My research has focused primarily on the utilization of classical and quantum Monte Carlo methods to solve physical problems. I initially worked on lattice gauge theories studying phase transitions in induced lattice gauge models(quantum chromodynamics). During my PhD I worked on quantum Monte Carlo(condensed matter physics), optimising wave-functions for many-body quantum clusters. I am presently involved in developing computational tools for open quantum systems, in particular, applying the stochastic wave-function approach to various quantum systems.
Phys331 – Introduction to Quantum Optics
Phys152 – E&M Engineering Physics
ENEL2NP – Nuclear Physics for Engineers
I am also the coordinator of the Engineering Physics Programme on the Howard College Campus.
Room 321 H-Block (Westville Campus)
Room 212 DC Building (Howard College Campus)
School of Physics
University of KwaZulu-Natal
Private Bag X54001
Tele: +27 31-260-1355\\2776
Fax: +27 31-260-7795