CNR staff, researcher
I am an atomic physicist by trade. During my PhD at the University of Oxford I developed new trapping techniques for ultra cold atoms and ions. Later on, as a postdoctoral research at the Joint Quantum Institute I worked with spin-orbit coupled Bose-Einstein condensates and cyclically coupled, topologically non-trivial systems. After a short stay as a fellow at UNITN working on BEC hydrodynamics I developed an interest in polaritonic systems. These systems offer new perspectives on the physics of BECs along with new challenges. Physics is wonderfully connected in this way and allows us to study different implementations of the same underlying models.
Dimitris has published 9 articles with us. The most recent ones are: