Ian Fisher Physicist
Ian Fisher’s research focuses on obtaining a deeper understanding of materials with unconventional magnetic or electronic properties, with an emphasis on the design and discovery of new materials in single crystal form. His experiments probe the thermodynamic and transport properties of these materials, often under extreme conditions of field, temperature or pressure. Fisher is currently interested in unconventional superconductors; instabilities of low-dimensional materials; topological insulators; and the quantum magnetism of spin dimer compounds.
Elected Fellow of the American Physical Society, 2014.
Chambers Faculty Fellow, Stanford University, 2008-2011.
Dean's award for Distinguished Teaching, 2004.
Recipient of the Alfred P. Sloan Award, 2003-2005.
CAREER award, National Science Foundation, 2002-2007.
S.E. Sebastian et al, "Dimensional reduction at a quantum critical point," Nature., vol. 441, pp. 617, June 2006.
Associate Fellow Quantum Materials
Stanford UniversityDepartment of Applied Physics
PhD (Physics) Cambridge University
BSc (Physics) Birmingham University
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