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Faculty of Mathematics

 

Career

  • 2017-present: Ph.D., University of Cambridge

Research

Kirill is a member of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics working in a research group of Professor Natalia Berloff. His current research interests are quantum/classical simulators, driven-dissipative physical platforms, Ising/Potts/XY Hamiltonians.

Selected Publications

Publications

Networks of non-equilibrium condensates for global optimization
NG Berloff, K Kalinin
– New Journal of Physics
(2018)
Exotic states of matter with polariton chains
KP Kalinin, PG Lagoudakis, NG Berloff
– Physical Review B
(2018)
97,
161101
Matter wave coupling of spatially separated and unequally pumped polariton condensates
KP Kalinin, PG Lagoudakis, NG Berloff
– Physical Review B
(2018)
97,
094512
Realizing the $XY$ Hamiltonian in polariton simulators
NG Berloff, M Silva, K Kalinin, A Askitopoulos, JD Töpfer, P Cilibrizzi, W Langbein, PG Lagoudakis
– Nature materials
(2017)
16,
1120
Simulations of fluorescence solvatochromism in substituted PPV oligomers from excited state molecular dynamics with implicit solvent
JA Bjorgaard, T Nelson, K Kalinin, V Kuzmenko, KA Velizhanin, S Tretiak
– Chemical Physics Letters
(2015)
631-632,
66
Global optimization of spin Hamiltonians with gain-dissipative systems
NG Berloff, K Kalinin
– Scientific Reports
Simulating Ising and n-state planar Potts models and external fields with nonequilibrium condensates
NG Berloff, K Kalinin
– Physical Review Letters
Simulating Ising and n-state planar Potts models and external fields with nonequilibrium condensates
NG Berloff, K Kalinin
– Physical Review Letters

Research Group

Quantum Fluids

Room

G1.20

Telephone

01223 766891