Our Research Groups
With its world-leading expertise in ultra-low temperature physics, the Quantum Fluids and Solids group is pushing the limits of knowledge in topological quantum matter.
In the Superfluid Optomechanics group, we develop novel macroscopic quantum systems to explore the frontier between the quantum and the classical world.
The Quantum Materials Group study fundamental problems including magnetic monopoles, quantum spin liquids, superconductivity and quantum criticality.
Our group has developed techniques to reliably fabricate small feature sizes in increasingly complex materials (both metals and semiconductors) in order to explore quantum effects
In the Quantum Devices group, we have chosen to study superconducting circuits, since they provide a new and extremely interesting system for exploring and utilising quantum effects.
The Condensed Matter Theory group at Royal Holloway Physics Department works on strongly correlated systems and cold atomic gases.
We conduct research in the areas of collider phenomenology and astro-particle theory.
The ATLAS group at Royal Holloway focuses on fundamental questions in physics today.
The Particle Astrophysics group studies dark matter and neutrinos, which respectively make up most of the mass and particle content of the universe!
The accelerator physics group is part of the John Adams Institute, a joint venture between Royal Holloway, University of Oxford and Imperial College
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