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Graduate Student

MS Physics, Univeristy of New Mexico, 2014
BS Physics, California Institute of Technology, 2012

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Physics and Astronomy, Room 30

Quantum thermodynamics, quantum simulation, many-body localization
Adrian is an avid swimmer, gamer, and aloha-attired member of Akimasa Miyake's research group. Together, he and his colleague, Jacob Miller, investigate such abstract topics as quantum simulation and condensed matter physics. Adrian is particularly interested in the thermodynamic behavior of quantum many-body systems and understanding how a classical limit may (or may not) emerge in such systems. Adrian received his BS in Physics from Caltech in 2012, where he investigated the robustness of topological quantum error correction codes.