Prof. David Reilly

Professor David Reilly is an experimental physicist working at the interface of quantum science, nanoscale condensed matter systems, and cryogenic electronics and hardware. The focus of his research is the development of enabling technology to control condensed matter systems at the quantum level. Professor Reilly completed his PhD at UNSW in 2002 on correlated electron phenomena in low-dimensional nanoelectronic devices.

Qualifications: 
PhD, University of New South Wales, Australia
Research Facilities: 
Current Supervision


Doctor Philosophy - Principal Advisor


Doctor Philosophy - Principal Advisor


Doctor Philosophy - Principal Advisor


Doctor Philosophy - Principal Advisor


Doctor Philosophy - Principal Advisor


Doctor Philosophy - Principal Advisor


Doctor Philosophy - Principal Advisor

Completed Supervision

(2015)
Doctor Philosophy - Principal Advisor

(2015)
Doctor Philosophy - Principal Advisor

(2015)
Doctor Philosophy - Principal Advisor

(2015)
Doctor Philosophy - Principal Advisor

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