Professor Andrew G. Green

Prof Andrew G. Green

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Research interests:

Strongly Correlated Quantum Systems
Quantum Systems Out of Equilibrium
Quantum Critical Systems: Formation of New Quantum Phases
Quantum Critical Systems: Out of Equilibrium Universality
Gauge-Gravity Duality
Adiabatic Quantum Computation
Awards and honours: 

EPSRC Leadership Fellow

Research Highlights

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We often think of random forces as destabilizing a system from its equilibrium.

New Physics at the Interface Between the Quantum and Classical Worlds

EPSRC EP/I004831/2

Are Itinerant-Electron Quantum Critical Points Intrinsically Multicritical?  

EPSRC EP/H049584/1

Topological Protection and Non-Equilibrium States in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems

EPSRC EP/I031014/1

A Pragmatic Approach to Adiabatic Quantum Computation

EPSRC EP/K02163X/1