Faculty Profile

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Emil Yuzbashyan
Professor
Member of the Graduate Faculty
Group: Condensed matter theory
Phone: 848-445-9035
Office: E270
Email: eyuzbash@physics.rutgers.edu
Homepage: http://www.physics.rutgers.edu/~eyuzbash/

Research Overview:

My research focuses on the theory of strongly interacting and disordered systems. I am interested in new kinds of correlated states of matter that arise in various interacting many-body systems, especially when their undersanding requires new theoretical tools and techniques. In particular, I worked on superconductivity in new regimes, far from equilibrium many-body systems, mesoscopic physics, integrable systems, and driven-dissipative dynamics.

  • Journal publications with links to pdf sources
  • Education & Awards
  • Advanced courses: Mesoscopic Physics (Physics 682), Solid State Physics II (Physics 602)
News Item(s):
  • Andrew Baker, Eric Gawiser, Sergei Lukyanov, Alex Morozov, Emil Yuzbashyan, and Scott Thomas promoted
  • Emil Yuzbashyan, Assistant Professor in our department and a emil condensed matter theorist, has won a Packard Foundation fellowship
  • Emil Yuzbashyan has been awarded a prestigious CAREER award from the National Science Foundation
  • Professor Emil Yuzbashyan has just been named a Sloan Foundation Research Fellow for 2006