P. Blair Blakie

2001-2004 National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD, United States 
 2004- University of Otago, Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand 
"P. Blakie"
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Robert Ballagh grad student
Charles W. Clark post-doc 2001-2004 NIST


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Ryan M. Wilson collaborator
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Fersterer P, Safavi-Naini A, Zhu B, et al. (2019) Dynamics of an itinerant spin-3 atomic dipolar gas in an optical lattice Physical Review A. 100
Baillie D, Wilson RM, Blakie PB. (2017) Collective Excitations of Self-Bound Droplets of a Dipolar Quantum Fluid. Physical Review Letters. 119: 255302
Thomas R, Roberts KO, Tiesinga E, et al. (2016) Multiple scattering dynamics of fermions at an isolated p-wave resonance. Nature Communications. 7: 12069
Symes LM, McLachlan RI, Blakie PB. (2016) Efficient and accurate methods for solving the time-dependent spin-1 Gross-Pitaevskii equation. Physical Review. E. 93: 053309
Williamson LA, Blakie PB. (2016) Universal Coarsening Dynamics of a Quenched Ferromagnetic Spin-1 Condensate. Physical Review Letters. 116: 025301
Bisset RN, Wilson RM, Baillie D, et al. (2016) Ground-state phase diagram of a dipolar condensate with quantum fluctuations Physical Review a - Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics. 94
Baillie D, Wilson RM, Bisset RN, et al. (2016) Self-bound dipolar droplet: A localized matter wave in free space Physical Review a - Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics. 94
Baillie D, Bisset RN, Blakie PB. (2015) Stability of a trapped dipolar quantum gas Physical Review a - Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics. 91
Baillie D, Blakie PB. (2015) A general theory of flattened dipolar condensates New Journal of Physics. 17
Baillie D, Bisset RN, Ticknor C, et al. (2014) Number fluctuations of a dipolar condensate: anisotropy and slow approach to the thermodynamic regime. Physical Review Letters. 113: 265301
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