Mark obtained his undergraduate degree in Physics from the University of Leeds in 2011 and his PhD from Imperial College London in 2016. He then carried out postdoctoral research at the University of Ulm and Trinity College Dublin before joining the faculty at Trinity in 2021. Mark is currently an Assistant Professor of Quantum Science at Trinity College Dublin, where he leads the Theory of Controlled Quantum Systems research group. Mark’s research focusses on the non-equilibrium dynamics of quantum systems and their applications for metrology, thermodynamics, and many-body physics. This research programme encompasses a broad range of physical platforms including ultracold atoms, superconducting circuits, trapped ions, and nanomechanical devices.
Mark holds a Royal Society-SFI University Research Fellowship and he is the coordinator of the ASPECTS consortium, which is funded by the EU’s Quantum Technologies Flagship. Mark is also the editor of the open-access journal Quantum.
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