<a href="">Victor Galitski</a>&nbsp;is a Fellow of&nbsp; <a href="">the Joint Quantum Institute</a>&nbsp;and Professor at&nbsp; <a href="">the University of Maryland</a>. He has two PhD degrees in applied mathematics and theoretical condensed matter physics. Dr. Galitski is a theoretical physicist, working on the forefront of quantum science. He has more than 80 <a href=";hl=en">publications</a> in top physics journals including Nature,&nbsp; <span>Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,&nbsp;</span>Physical Review Letters, and Physical Review series. Galitski’s research in quantum physics is funded by&nbsp; the US Department of Energy, DARPA, National Science Foundation, and the US Army Research Office. Dr. Galitski is a recipient of the NSF CAREER award, <a href="">Simons Investigator</a> award, and several other awards. He is also a co-author of a 1000-page book,&nbsp; <a href="">“Exploring quantum mechanics”</a>&nbsp;published by Oxford University Press in 2013, which is arguably the world’s largest collection of solved problems in quantum mechanics spanning just about the full scope of sub-fields of quantum physics.&nbsp; <br>


Exploring Quantum Physics