David Garcia – University of Copenhagen

22 April 2013

David Garcia

David Garcia got his Master degree from the Complutense University and his PhD from the Autonoma University, both in Madrid. David has been working at the LENS (IT), DTU (DK) and finally Niels Bohr Institute (DK).

The general research interest of David focuses on how light interacts, is emitted and propagates though a complex medium. In such systems, light gets scattered multiple times and may give rise to surprising effects like correlations in the transported light, random lasing or Anderson localization. In particular, David is interested in the interplay between order and disorder and how this can be used to control all these interesting physical processes.

Current research topics include: quantum optics with disordered low-dimensional nanostructures, nonuniversal intensity correlations, random lasing and Anderson localization.

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