Welcome to Daniil Antonenko who comes to us from Drexel University as a Mossman Fellow working with Leonid Glazman.
Antonenko’s research focuses on the interplay of different aspects of condensed matter physics, including topology, disorder and interactions. Previously, Antonenko has studied Anderson localization in topological superconductors, quantum mesoscopical phenomena, and more recently, vestigial orders in magnetically frustrated systems. Antonenko employs a range of methods in his work, from field-theoretical techniques to numerical computations.
He received his PhD in physics at L.D. Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics in 2020 with the thesis, “Effects of topology and interaction in disordered superconductors” supervised by Prof. M.A. Skvortsov.