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Ansh is a PhD student in the Theoretical Particle Physics & Cosmology research group at King's College London. He is studying the physics of black holes in an analogue set-up, as part of the QSimFP consortium. He is looking at quantum fluid simulations, as well as exploring links to gravitational black hole physics.

Ansh holds a BSc in Mathematics and Physics from the University of Warwick (2017-20), and a MASt in Physics from the University of Cambridge (2020-21).

Thesis title

Analogue black holes, quantum fluids, and gravitational physics.

Research interests

  • Black holes

  • Analogue gravity

  • Quantum fluids and vortices

  • Quantum field theory

PhD supervisor

Principal supervisor: Professor Ruth Gregory