Gabriel Wlazłowski's Homepage

Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology
Department of Physics, University of Washington

New publication in Phys. Rev. Lett.    12-01-2023

Our article Dissipation Mechanisms in Fermionic Josephson Junction has been published in Phys. Rev. Lett. In this paper we characterize numerically the dominant dynamical regimes in a superfluid ultracold fermionic Josephson junction.

Open call for postdoc position     11-01-2023

I invite applications to fill postdoc position in the field of ultracold atomic gases or nuclear astrophsyics

See here for more information

New grant for studies of ultracold Fermi gases   06-12-2022

My proposal titled  Superfluid dynamics in Fermi systems with dissipation and fluctuations has been accepted for funding by Polish National Science Centre.

There will be a call soon for a postdoc position related to this grant. Interested candidates, please get in touch with GW. For more info related to the scope of this grant, see here.


Presently studied problems

My scientific interests concern theoretical study of various phenomena in strongly correlated many-body Fermi systems (nuclear systems, ultra-cold atoms), in particular: 

  • superconducting/superfluid properties
  • thermodynamic equilibrium and non-equilibrium properties,
  • phase transitions
  • transport properties
  • dynamics of superfluid and superconducting systems
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Quantum turbulence

Under some conditions dynamics of quantum vortices may become chaotic and leads to a new type of behavior called quantum turbulence. Aim of these studies is to better understand  the dynamics in strongly interacting Fermi systems.

See my recent talk
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Quantum vortices in neutron stars

Despite 40 years of studies of neutron stars, detailed mechanism for glitches remains a puzzle. Together with researchers from CAMK we try to construct reliable model of this mysterious astrophysical phenomena.

See my recent talk
Our recent simulation demonstrating superfluid dynamics in ultra-cold cloud of atomic gas. 
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Superfluid effects in nuclear reactions

Recently, we have reported a novel role of pairing in low-energy heavy ion reactions at energies above the Coulomb barrier, which may have a detectable impact on reaction outcomes. The effect is under further investigation.

See our paper with simple explanation of the effect

... and Supercomputing

Most of my studies require usage of top-tier supercomputing systems. Machines that we have or we had access include:

Check Top500 for present ranking of supercomputers

LUMI @ CSC’s data center in Kajaani (Finland) - One of the pan-European pre-exascale supercomputers.

Piz Daint Swiss National Supercomputing Centre (Switzerland) - Access is granted thanks to PRACE.

See article at CSCS webpage

Summit @ Oak Ridge National Laboratory (USA) - presently the fastest world computing system. Access is granted thanks to ASCR program.

My group develops W-SLDA Toolkit: a self-consistent solver of mathematical problems which have structure formally equivalent to Bogoliubov-de Gennes equations. The toolkit is designed to solve problems related to fermnic superfluidity

Direct link to gitlab repo:

My group invites computer scientists who would like to get involved in researches that combine Physics & Supercomputing. See here for more details...

About me

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Gabriel Wlazłowski

Presently, I am professor at Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Physics, Nuclear Physics Division. 

I am also affiliate professor at University of Washington, Department of Physics, Nuclear Theory Group.


Faculty of Physics 
Warsaw University of Technology

ul. Koszykowa 75, Warsaw 00-662, Poland
office: 226B
tel: (+48) 22 234 5439

Last update: 13-01-2023

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