Attila Szabó, Keeley Rutherford Junior Research Fellow in Physics
Attila completed his PhD studies at the University of Cambridge in 2020, where he studied exotic spin liquid phases in frustrated magnets using computational and theoretical techniques. He developed novel semiclassical simulation techniques for these systems and contributed to the development of machine learning approaches to quantum spin liquids and other challenging phases of matter.Contact Attila
He contributed theoretical support to neutron scattering and magnetometry experiments on a range of frustrated magnetic materials, as well as ultracold atom experiments aimed at a better understanding of quasicrystals. He looks forward to working closely with similar experiments at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory.
In his free time, he enjoys classical music, dancing, photography, and running.