Some popular articles related to my research

  • John McGreevy, Fermionic vortices find their dual, Physics 9, 72 (2016) [pdf].

  • Jason Alicea, Composite fermions meet Dirac, Journal Club for Condensed Matter Physics, September 2015 [pdf].

  • Patrick Lee, Observation of the chiral anomaly in solids, Journal Club for Condensed Matter Physics, May 2015 [pdf].

  • Thomas Schäfer und Achim Schwenk, Stark gekoppelt und universell, Physik Journal 13, Nr. 1, S. 27 (2014) [pdf].

  • Zeeya Merali, Collaborative physics: String theory finds a bench mate, Nature 478, 302 (2011) [pdf].

  • David Khmelnitskii, Odd (Hall) viscosity, Journal Club for Condensed Matter Physics, June 2011 [pdf].

  • Barbara Jacak and Peter Steinberg, Creating the perfect liquid in heavy-ion collisions, Physics Today, May 2010, p. 39.

  • John E. Thomas, The nearly perfect Fermi gas, Physics Today, May 2010, p. 34 [pdf].

  • Clifford V. Johnson and Peter Steinberg, What black holes teach about strongly coupled particles, Physics Today, May 2010, p. 29 [pdf].

  • Thomas Schäfer, Nearly perfect fluidity, Physics 2, 88 (2009) [pdf].

  • Jörg Schmalian, "Perfect" fluids in nuclear, atomic and condensed matter physics, Journal Club for Condensed Matter Physics, September 2009 [pdf].

  • Dam T. Son, Finding the critical point in quark-gluon plasma, Physics 2, 5 (2009) [pdf].

  • Shamit Kachru, Glimmers of a connection between string theory and atomic physics, Physics 1, 10 (2008) [pdf].

  • Antonio Dobado y F. J. Llanes-Estrada, ¿Existe el fluido pluscuamperfecto?, Investigación y Ciencia, Abril 2008, p. 9.

  • Jan Zaanen, Theoretical physics: A black hole full of answers, Nature 448, 1000 (2007) [pdf].

  • Dam Son, Liquid universe hints at strings, Physics World 18, No. 6, 23 (2005) [pdf].

  • Steven K. Blau, A String-theory calculation of viscosity could have surprising applications, Physics Today, May 2005, p. 23 [pdf].


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