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I'm a PhD student at the CDT in Controlled Quantum Dynamics at Imperial College London. My research is on strong-field and ultrafast physics, and I mostly study tunnel ionization and high-harmonic generation.

Check out my papers - they're nice!

You can also check out my Master's dissertation, "Under-the-barrier electron-ion interactions during tunnel ionization" at arXiv:1307.7329 or on my CDT homepage.

I did my Bachelor's degree in Physics in Mexico at the Faculty of Science at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). I studied quantum optics for my dissertation with Eduardo Nahmad Achar, and I have some nice results on the Jordan-block structure of the annihilation operator (as well as what became the J Phys A paper). You can find it (in Spanish) in the UNAM thesis repository.


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This fails to really address the question, and it ignores the existence of GR solutions with closed timelike curves.
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revised Are the recently observed Dirac monopoles separable?
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comment Is there an infinite amount of wavelengths of light? Is the EM spectrum continuous?
Best answer in this thread. Can't say I'm surprised, though ;).
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comment How wrong are the classical Maxwell's equations (as compared to QED)?
@Ooker Essentially yes, though it's hard to compare Newtonian mechanics with full-blown QFT. EM is, mostly, preserved better than other theories in those two transitions.
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comment How wrong are the classical Maxwell's equations (as compared to QED)?
@DroneScientist Classical EM is relativistic, but nonrelativistic QM is obviously not. The EM field quantization in the NR QM and the QFT regimes looks quite different.
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comment Why is the distance in non-local entanglement for teleportation limited by time
None. That statement is pure hype, though it's hard to tell whether it was introduced by Zhang or the journalist. It's not a bad paper, but it doesn't really propose anything that wasn't sort of obvious before and it doesn't report on an actual experiment.