Assistant Professor (2019-)

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Contact by e-mail: andrew.j.lucas [at] colorado [dot] edu

Office: Duane Physics F629

postdoctoral fellow (2020-), joint with R. Nandkishore, L. Radzihovsky

- Hydrodynamics with triangular point group
- Quantum dynamics with measurements in the Stinespring formalism
- Effective theory for active matter

postdoctoral fellow (2021-), joint with R. Nandkishore

graduate student (2021-)

- Hydrodynamics with helical symmetry
- Effective field theory for active matter and non-reciprocal dynamics

graduate student (2020-)

graduate student (2019-)

graduate student (2020-)

- Electron-phonon hydrodynamics
- Imaging quantum critical dynamics
- Hydrodynamic effective field theory with discrete rotational symmetry
- Spontaneous dipole symmetry breaking in fracton fluids with momentum conservation
- Effective field theory for active matter and stochastic dynamics
- Strongly coupled disordered fixed points in holography

graduate student (2020-)

- Operator growth in a cartoon matrix model
- Hamiltonian models for fracton fluids
- Symplectic geometry and circuit quantization

graduate student (2020-), joint with M. Hermele

graduate student (2022-)

- Effective theory for active matter and odd elasticity

undergraduate student (2022-)

- Electron hydrodynamics with x-momentum conservation

REU undergraduate student (Brown 2023)

- Active Goldstone boson dynamics

undergraduate student (Stanford 2017-2019)

postdoctoral fellow (2019), joint with R. Nandkishore

graduate student (Stanford 2017-2022), joint with S. Kivelson

graduate student (2019-2023)

postdoctoral fellow (2020-2021), joint with R. Nandkishore, L. Radzihovsky

undergraduate student (2021-2023)

- Numerical simulations of fracton fluids