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Maksym Serbyn Maksym Serbyn,
366 LeConte Hall, MC-7300,
Berkeley, CA 94720-7300
Email: email
Skype: mn.serb

About myself

I am currently a Betty and Gordon Moore Postdoctoral Fellow at the Condensed Matter Theory group at UC Berkeley. My research interests lie in the area of non-equilibium quantum many-body systems and strongly correlated physics.


I got my PhD from MIT in 2014, working with Patrick A. Lee on a physics of spin liquids. For my undergraduate studies I attended the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) in Russia. I graduated with M.S. degree in Physics and Applied Mathematics in 2009. During my Master's studies I worked on the fluctuational Nernst effect in superconductors under the supervision of DPhil M. Skvortsov. I earned my B.S. degree in 2007 from MIPT as well. I was born in Kyiv, Ukraine.


On this webpage you can find more detailed description of my research, a list of my publications, and recent talks. The links section is a collection of useful resources. Finally, personal section includes links to my photographs.