Ari Turner's research interests center on superfluidity and magnetism in ultracold atoms and topological phases in solids. Two subjects he's particularly interested in are: applying entanglement to find ground state properties of quantum systems, and investigating the dynamics of cold atomic gases and electronic surface states in order to illuminate the relationships between quantum fluctuations and thermalization.
1996-2000: Princeton, B.A.
2000-2008: Harvard, Ph.D.
2008-2011: Berkeley, postdoc.
2011-2013: U. Amsterdam, assistant professor
2013 - present: JHU assistant professor (condensed matter physics)