Resume & Research
Peter Mason


Invited Visitor, Department of Mathematics, Université de Versailles (March 2014--May 2014).
Marie Curie Research Fellow, Department of Physics, Durham University (March 2012--February 2014).
Visiting Researcher, Department of Mathematics, Université de Versailles (October 2011--December 2011).
Post-doctoral Researcher, IJLRA, Université Pierre et Marie Curie (August 2010--August 2011).
Post-doctoral Researcher, CMAP, Ecole Polytechnique (January 2009--July 2010).
PhD in Applied Mathematics, DAMTP, University of Cambridge (2009).
MSci Degree in Mathematics, Imperial College, University of London (2005).

Research Overview

Cold atom systems represent an ideal platform to study aspects of quantum mechanics. My research focuses on a Bose-Einstein condensate in which all the boson atoms are condensed into the lowest momentum state.

My research interests include:

  • Topological defects and phase profiles of single and multi-component Bose-Einstein condensates;
  • Soliton and vortex dynamics;
  • Interfacial dynamics;
  • Instabilities in multi-component condensates;
  • Spin-oribt-coupled systems;
  • Supersolids through the Gross-Pitaevskii formalism.

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