Professor Xiaji Liu
- Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology
- School of Science
- Centre for Quantum and Optical Science
- Department of Physics and Astronomy
- AD201a Hawthorn campus
Professor Xiaji Liu is an ARC Future Fellow at Swinburne’s Centre for Quantum and Optical Science. Her research is primarily focused on the examination of quantum gases.
The aim of Professor Liu’s Future Fellowship project is to study the creation and manipulation of the elusive Majorana fermions, hypothesized by Italian physicist Ettore Majorana in 1937. Majorana fermions – particles that are their own antiparticles – play a key role in future quantum technologies such as fault-tolerant quantum computers.
In collaboration with the world-leading cold-atom laboratories in Australia, China and the USA, this project aims to pave a new direction to create and manipulate Majorana fermions towards realistic atomtronics devices, by using the highly controllable setting of ultracold atomic Fermi gases. This research complements the search of Majorana fermions in solid-state devices.
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Principal Supervisor.
Fields of Research
- Degenerate Quantum Gases And Atom Optics - 020601
- 2014, National, ARC Future Fellowship, ARC
- 2013, Swinburne, Swinburne VC Research Excellence Awards, joint with the experimental Fermi gas team at CQOS, Swinburne
- 2009, National, ARC Australian Research Fellowship (ARF), ARC
- 2006, National, University of Queensland (UQ) Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, University of Queensland
Also published as: Liu, Xiaji; Liu, X.; Liu, X-J.; Liu, X. J.; Liu, X.-J.; Liu, Xia-Ji
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Recent research grants awarded
- 2018: Revealing universal exotic superfluidity with ultracold fermionic atoms *; ARC Discovery Projects Scheme
- 2014: Finding the lost particle: Majorana fermions in ultracold atoms *; ARC Future Fellowships
- 2014: Strongly repulsive ultracold atomic gases as a resource for quantum simulation *; ARC Discovery Projects Scheme
- 2013: Visiting Researcher Scheme 2013 - Prof Sun *; Research Advisory Group - Visiting Researcher Scheme 2013
* Chief Investigator
- 2017-04-01: Moving Majorana Fermions Around - Physics Focus
- 2014-03-14: Ultracold research paves the way to discover new phenomena - Swinburne
- 2013-01-10: Useful Impurities - Phys. Rev. Lett.
- 2012-05-01: Highlights from the Asia Pacific Region - Asia Pacific Physics Newsletter
- 2010-08-30: Jumping from two and three particles to infinitely many - Physics
- 2010-08-09: One relation to rule them all - Phys. Rev. Lett.
- The two-fluid theory and second sound in liquid helium - Physics Today