New Postdoc - Ragheed Alhyder
In January 2021, Ragheed Alhyder joined the Center for Complex Quantum Systems where he will be conducting theoretical research in professor Georg Bruun's group.
Ragheed graduated his masters in quantum physics at École Normale Supérieure in Paris followed by a PhD in the group of ultracold Fermi gases at Laboratoire Kastler Brossel at École Normale Supérieure led by Christophe Salomon.
During his PhD he contributed to the construction of a new-generation cold atoms machine with the goal of studying unitary ultracold fermions.
Ragheed also carried on theoretical studies regarding the physics of an impurity immersed in a two-component fermi gas. For instance, one goal was to explore the different phases manifested by this system depending on the interaction between the impurity and fermions from the bath.
Ragheed defended his PhD in December 2020. From January 2021 he joined the Center for Complex Quantum Systems at IFA where he will be conducting theoretical research with professor Georg Bruun on subjects related to atom-light interaction, topological phases and ultracold bosons and fermions.
When we are back at the department, you can find Ragheed in office 1520-630.