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Dr Evgeny Kozik studied at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology gaining a BSc in 2001 and an MSc in Applied Physics and Mathematics in 2003. In 2007 he was awarded a PhD in Condensed Matter Theory from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and went on to be a postdoctoral researcher at ETH Zurich. In 2011 he moved to École Polytechnique in Paris on a Fellowship for Advanced Researchers from the Swiss National Science Foundation. He joined King’s College London as a lecturer in October 2013.


Evgeny's research interests are in the theory of correlated many-body fermionic and bosonic systems, ultracold atoms, superfluidity, superconductivity, and superfluid turbulence. He has recently been focused on development of numerical methods enabling unbiased and accurate description of correlated fermions. He is a co-author of the diagrammatic Monte Carlo approach to generic many-body systems of fermions on a lattice and in the continuum.