Organization profile

Organisation profile

Jointly based at the Universities of Bristol and Bath, the Centre for Doctoral Training in Condensed Matter Physics aims to train students across a broad range of disciplines in the field of hard condensed matter physics, encompassing experiment, theory, fundamental physics and device applications. The aim is to break down traditional boundaries between these disciplines and thus produce graduates who are able to mix theory with experiment, embed state-of-the-art measurement or computational science in their research and exploit fundamental physics in applications. The CDT structure also emphasises strong engagement with industrial, academic and large facility partners as well as training in key transferable skills and public engagement.

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solitary waves Physics & Astronomy
polaritons Physics & Astronomy
Rhenium Chemical Compounds
Graphite Chemical Compounds
Nanostructures Chemical Compounds
rhenium Physics & Astronomy
Chirality Chemical Compounds
Harmonic generation Engineering & Materials Science

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Projects 2014 2022

Physiological Feedback
Chronic Disease
Quality of Life
Central Pattern Generators

Research Output 2000 2019

Anisotropic odd viscosity via time-modulated drive

Souslov, A., Gromov, A. & Vitelli, V., 18 Sep 2019, (Submitted) In : Preprint on arXiv.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

2 Citations (Scopus)

Asymmetry in energy versus spin transport in certain interacting, disordered systems

Mendoza-Arenas, J. J., Znidaric, M., Varma, V. K., Goold, J., Clark, S. R. & Scardicchio, A., 22 Mar 2019, In : Physical Review Letters. 99, 9, 094435.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

conservation laws
Open Access


Dataset for "Atomic dispensers for thermoplasmonic control of alkali vapor pressure in quantum optical applications"

Rusimova, K. (Creator), Slavov, D. (Creator), Pradaux-Caggiano, F. (Creator), Collins, J. (Creator), Gordeev, S. (Creator), Carbery, D. (Creator), Mosley, P. (Creator), Wadsworth, W. (Creator), Valev, V. (Creator), University of Bath, 24 May 2019


Student theses

Adaptive neurocomputation with spiking semiconductor neurons

Author: Zhao, L., 5 Jan 2015

Supervisor: Nogaret, A. (Supervisor)

Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisPhD


An ab-initio theoretical description of vibrational, and electronic states, in pristine and doped organic semiconductors.

Author: Fontanesi, C., 22 Aug 2017

Supervisor: Da Como, E. (Supervisor)

Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisPhD


Atomistic modelling of perovskite solar cells

Author: Brivio, F., 12 Oct 2016

Supervisor: Walsh, A. (Supervisor) & Walker, A. (Supervisor)

Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisPhD