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Vedika Khemani

Stanford University

Vedika Khemani

Vedika Khemani is an Assistant Professor of physics at Stanford University. She is a theoretical physicist who works at the interface of quantum information and condensed matter to understand the collective properties of systems of many strongly interacting quantum particles. She received her Ph.D. from Princeton University in 2016, and was a Junior Fellow at Harvard from 2016-19. Khemani has received the McMillan Award and the Breakthrough New Horizons in Physics Prize for her work on non-equilibrium quantum dynamics.

Vedika Khemani

Positions Held

General Member, 2023 – current

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Quantum Matter Out Of Equilibrium: Time Crystals and Beyond

Wed, Aug 23, 5:30–6:30pm
Flug Forum, Aspen Center for Physics