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Dr Hamid Ohadi is a senior postdoctoral fellow in the NanoPhotonics Centre with an extensive background in atomic and polaritonic coherent systems. In his PhD in atomic physics at Imperial College London, he worked on quantum information processing with trapped ions in magnetic fields. For his postdoctoral research in Cambridge he has been pioneering spin interactions in coherent polaritonic systems1-6.

[1] PRL, 119, 067401 (2017); Spin Order and Phase Transitions in Chains of Polariton Condensates, H. Ohadi, ...

[2] Nature Mat., 15, 1074 (2016); A sub-femtojoule electrical spin-switch based on optically trapped polariton condensates, ..., H. Ohadi, ...

[3] PRL, 116, 106403 (2016); Tunable Magnetic Alignment between Trapped Exciton-Polariton CondensatesH.Ohadi, ...

[4] PRX, 5, 031002 (2015); Spontaneous spin bifurcations ... in a spinor exciton polariton condensateH. Ohadi, ...

[5] PRL, 109, 036404 (2012); Nonlinear Optical Spin Hall Effect and Long-Range Spin Transport, …, H. Ohadi, …

[6] PRL, 109, 016404 (2012); Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking in a Polariton and Photon Laser, H. Ohadi, …


For the full list of publications see my Google Scholar page.

Dr Hamid  Ohadi

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