Researchers sometimes work individually but often work as part of a group. Within the research areas of the School, there are many research groups (groups of researchers working together on a set of related research questions that are of interest to them) - a particular researcher may belong to one or more Groups.
Research is a journey into the unknown, so Groups can sometimes form, reform and / or disband quite quickly as research questions arise and transform into other questions. So the list below is not an exhaustive list and just represents some of the more long-lived Groups.
There are a number of research Groups associated with the Monash Centre for Astrophysics (MoCA). Details of the MoCA Groups can be found on the MoCA website.
The Monash Quantum Fluids Group are focused on research questions related to Bose Einstein Condensates (BECs). Information about the Group can be found on their website.
The research of the Theory of Quantum Matter Group is broadly focused on strongly correlated phenomena in ultracold atomic gases and electron systems. More information about the group can be found on their webpage.
The Monash Quantum Information Science Group (MONQIS) are focused on "what is sensible to say and what is hard to say about how nature behaves". Information about the Group can be found on their website.
The Fuhrer Research Group are a group working as part of The Monash Centre for Atomically Thin Materials (MCATM). Information about the Group can be found on their website.
The X-ray Imaging group work on developing and applying new methods of x-ray imaging that are sensitive to soft structures like the lungs. Information on their group can be found on their website.