Visiting Research Professor
Research Director (DR1) at Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS, France) Director of UMI 3654 MajuLab, CNRS-UCA-SU-NUS-NTU Joint International Research Unit
Visiting Professor at Centre for Quantum Technologies and Department of Physics (NUS)
Professor Christian Miniatura received his PhD in Physics from the University Paris 13. Subsequently, he was hired by CNRS (National Centre for Scientific Research, France) as a permanent Associate Scientist and is now Research Director (DR1). Professor Miniatura worked at the University Paris 13, where he was awarded the CNRS Young Researcher Award (aka CNRS Bronze Medal) for his experimental and theoretical work on atomic interferometry, before moving to the University of Nice. In 2008, he joined the Centre for Quantum Technologies at the National University of Singapore (NUS) for a long-term collaboration with CNRS on quantum technologies. He is now the director of the CNRS-UCA-SU-NUS-NTU Joint International Research Unit MajuLab (UMI 3654). Professor Miniatura joined Yale-NUS College as a Visiting Research Professor in 2019.
Professor Miniatura is a quantum physicist. His main interests focus on quantum transport and strongly-correlated systems from an ultracold quantum gases perspective (Bose-Einstein condensates, degenerate Fermi gases), weak and strong localisation of waves in random media, artificial gauge fields, machine learning for quantum many-body physics, and etc.
Professor Miniatura’s full publication list can be found at https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2508-3896.
Introduction to Electrodynamics
Scientific Inquiry 2