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George Mason University
SPACS, MS 3F3
Planetary Hall, Room 209
Fairfax, VA 22030
USA

703-993-5068


Dasko             
Assistant Professor
School of Physics, Astronomy and Computational Sciences
George Mason University
GMU
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Institute for Quantum Matter
Johns Hopkins University
JHU
Guest Researcher
National Institute for Standards and Technology
NIST

Prof. Nikolic is a condensed matter theorist interested in the physics of strongly correlated electrons in solid-state materials and ultra-cold atoms. His work is focused on trying to understand the unconventional phases and phase transitions of many-body quantum systems, especially the universal phenomena which do not depend on microscopic details and hence occur in a variety of different physical environments. The subjects of his research are high-temperature superconductors (cuprates and iron-based), topological insulators, quantum Hall effect, ultra-cold atoms in the unitarity regime, and frustrated quantum magnets.

A full-time research assistant position is open to a graduate student seeking a physics Ph.D.
Please, contact Prof. Nikolic for more information.


Research funding is provided by:

NSF NIST




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