My day job is to grapple with the behaviour of energy and matter at subatomic scales and to try and answer some big questions: Why are we here and what does it all mean?
Who Am I
I completed my undergraduate and graduate studies at Imperial College, London, and since June 2009 I have been in an entangled state of professorship at the University of Oxford.
What I Do
I made my name developing a novel way of quantifying entanglement and applying it to macroscopic physical systems. Besides physics, I enjoy drawing, wakeboarding, and playing my electric guitar with the Marshall amp turned all the way up to 11.
Get in Touch
If you'd like to ask me a question or discuss my research then please get in touch.
Imaginary numbers as superpositions of reals (and the hydrogen molecule knows it!)
I’ll start this blog in a roundabout way, but – if you stick with me – I will hopefully arrive at something you’ll find exciting (of course, it’ll be quantum). I personally think it’s mind-blowing, though I’ve got no idea what to do with it 😊.
Hi, My Name is Vlatko and I have Not Published in Nature for 6 years…
I am sorry to appear to be making fun of such weighty issues as alcohol and drug addiction. That’s of course not my intention at all. Instead, I’d like to talk about our newly-developed addiction as scientists to publishing in high impact journals like Nature, Science and so on.