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Institutions  Yale University
Name  Nicholas Read
Fields  Condensed matter physics

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Born  November 22, 1958 London, United Kingdom (1958-11-22)
Alma mater  Imperial College, London, Cambridge University
Known for  Fermion model for quantum hall systems
Notable awards  Oliver E. Buckley Condensed Matter Prize (2002)
Education  University of Cambridge, Imperial College London

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Nicholas Read is an American physicist, noted for his work on strongly interacting quantum many-body systems.

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Biography

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Read was born in Britain in 1958 and did his undergraduate education at the Cambridge University. He completed his PhD at the Imperial College, London after which he moved to the United States. Read worked as a post-doctoral researcher, first at Brown University, and then at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He joined Yale University as an assistant professor in 1988, where he has been ever since.

Read's early work concerns understanding properties of rare-earth "heavy-fermion" compounds. He developed a theory of "composite fermions", which can be used to explain properties of free electron gas at high magnetic fields, in quantum hall liquids and half-filled Landau levels. Read was awarded the 2002 Oliver E. Buckley Condensed Matter Prize together with Jainendra Jain and Robert Willet "For theoretical and experimental work establishing the composite fermion model for the half-filled Landau level and other quantized Hall systems"

Honours

  • Shared the 2002 Oliver E. Buckley Condensed Matter Prize
  • Fellow of the American Physical Society
  • Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • Shared the 2015 Dirac Medal of ICTP
  • References

    Nicholas Read Wikipedia


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