Piotr Magierski
    Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology
    ul. Koszykowa 75, PL-00-662 Warsaw, Poland
    position:      Professor
    E-mail:        piotr.magierski 'at' pw.edu.pl
    www:           http://www.if.pw.edu.pl/~magiersk
    Phone :       48 (22) 2345439
    Fax:            48 (22) 6282171

    also: Affiliate Professor of Physics Department (Nuclear Theory Group),
            University of Washington, Seattle, WA-98195 USA.
            Phone: 206-543-9754
            E-mail: piotrm 'at' uw.edu
            www:   https://phys.washington.edu/people/piotr-magierski

Informal workshop: Nonequilibrium phenomena in superfluid systems (2-4.03)

Call for doctoral position in the field of nuclear theory or ultracold atomic gases (expired)
Outline of research interests

My research interests are associated with the many-body quantum systems, such as atomic nuclei, atoms, molecules and atomic clusters. The great variety of quantum-mechanical phenomena that abound in these systems make them the unique laboratories for testing quantum mechanics, while their complexity poses an unprecedented challenge for the theory.

See various movies here

In particular my research interests concern:

Physics of cold atomic gases: superfluidity, thermodynamics, exotic phases, Bose-Einstein Condensation (BEC), physics of BEC-BCS crossover, dynamics of superfluid vortices, viscosity.

Physics of atomic nuclei: structure of atomic nuclei at extreme conditions: high angular momenta, exotic deformations, large mass numbers, large neutron to proton ratio.

Nuclear dynamics: fission & fusion, induced fission, low energy reactions.

Neutron stars: structure and stability issues, superfluid properties.

Concerning general theoretical issues related to quantum many body systems:
- Path Integral Monte Carlo approach to strongly correlated Fermi systems
- Density Functional Theory (static and time-dependent)
- N
on-linear dynamics,  chaotic motion, semiclassical methods,
- N
on-equilibrium statistical mechanics (transport theory)

My research requires usage of the fastest supercomputers in the world. Currently I have access to
the following machines:
- Titan (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA) - hybrid architecture: CPU+GPU, 20PFlops (ranked 1 on TOP500 when built)
- NERSC machines (USA): Edison and Cori (both CPU Cray machines)
- Okeanos: CPU Cray machine at Interdisciplinary Center for Mathematical and Computational Modelling
- Supercomputer at NCBJ Swierk Computing Center (CPU machine, about 500TFlops, ranked 155th on TOP500)
- TSUBAME at the GSIC Center at the Tokyo Institute of Technology - hybrid architecture: CPU+GPU (ranked 5th on TOP500 in 2011, 5.7PFlops)
- Piz Daint at Swiss National Supercomputing Centre - hybrid architecture: CPU + GPU (7.787 PFlops)
- HA-PACS at the University of Tsukuba, Japan - hybrid architecture: CPU+GPU
- DWARF at the Warsaw University of Technology - GPU cluster (our own machine, 33TFlops)

Current research interests (with links to talks in pdf):


List of publications

Short vita

Selected talks

Courses and information for students


Pracownia Teorii Jądra Atomowego

Zakład Fizyki Jądrowej Wydz. Fizyki PW

Nuclear Theory Group (University of Washington)

Cold Atoms Groups in the World

Quantum Many Body Nuclear Physics Group

Programme CompStar - The New Physics of Compact Stars (European Science Foundation)

Universal Nuclear Energy Density Functional (Scidac poster and popular article)

UltraCold Atom News

Quantiki - portal for everyone involved in quantum information science

Electronic journals

LANL archive

National Nuclear Data Center

Table of Elements

Useful codes, Liquid Drop Formula

Atomic spectroscopic data

LINPRO: linear inverse problem library for data contaminated by statistical noise