Dr Michael Bromley

Senior Lecturer + (Physics) Honours and (Physics) Postgraduate Coursework Coordinator

I was born in Brisbane and raised in Darwin. I did a BSc at the (now) Charles Darwin University, honours down at the University of Melbourne, and a PhD also at Charles Darwin University for which I was awarded the Australian Institute of Physics' Bragg Gold Medal. I then postdoc'd at Kansas State University (USA) before joining the faculty at San Diego State University (USA) for 6 years. I was awarded a 2010 ARC Future Fellowship to move my computational physics research to UQ to continue my explorations on the quantum mechanics of atomic, molecular and optical (AMO) systems.

Located in Building 6 (Physics Annexe) - Room 329
Phone: +61-7-336-51869
BSc (NTU), BSc Hons (Melbourne), PhD (NTU)
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Research Interests Computational Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics

Available Projects

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High-precision fundamental atomic, molecular and optical physics

This project is aimed at a theoretical and computational exploration of atoms and how they tick.  With recent atomic physics experiments being able to measure towards accuracies of 1 part in 1018, they require high-...

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Masters Project
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Summer Project
Design of quantum measurement devices using cold atoms in exotic geometries

This project is aimed at a theoretical and computational exploration of the quantum-atom optics of ultracold matter.  The goal is to design and characterise novel high-...

PhD Project
Masters Project
Honours Project
Summer Project