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Professor Ross McKenzie

Australian Professorial Fellow

Ross completed undergraduate work at the Australian National University and a Ph.D in Physics at Princeton University. His research concerns using quantum many-body theory to describe complex materials ranging from fluorescent proteins to superconducting organic crystals. Ross blogs at condensedconcepts.blogspot.com

Located in Building 6 - Room 426
Phone: 53421
B.Sc. (ANU) Ph.D (Princeton)
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Research Interests Quantum many-body theory, Condensed matter physics, Chemical physics

Available Projects

Title Body Level
Quantum theory of hydrogen bonding

Hydrogen bonding plays a central and diverse role in materials physics, chemistry and biology. It is key to the unique properties of water, the double helix structure of DNA, and the precise...

PhD Project
Honours Project