I am a theoretical physicist working in condensed matter theory and statistical mechanics. I am currently a postdoctoral fellow in the groups of Norman Yao at Harvard University and and Chris Lauman at Boston University.
My PhD was shared between the University of Cambridge in the Theory of Condensed Matter Group and at the MPI for the Physics of Complex Systems, supervised by Professor Claudio Castelnovo and Professor Roderich Moessner. I completed it in May 2023.
I was a member of the Max Planck Graduate Center for Quantum Materials between 2019 and 2023.
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I am generally interested in complex phenomena in many-body physics, in particular those that can be described through the behaviour of emergent topological excitations.
Much of my current research focuses on frustrated systems, in particular classical spin liquids. One major topic I have worked on in the past few years is the puzzling dynamical properties of the spin ice material Dy2Ti2O7.
New preprint on nematic spin ice available on arXiv.
In May 2023 I successfully defended my PhD thesis on the dynamics of frustrated magnetic systems.
An article has appeared in Physics World about our work on anomalous fractals and anomalous noise in spin ice.
I was awarded the 2023 Cavendish Prize for Graduate Student Theoretical Research.
The seminar I gave at Northeastern University in October 2022 is available on youtube.
I was interviewed on doldispodden about my research and life at the University of Cambridge (in Swedish).