Title: Postdoctoral Fellow
Company: Stanford University
Location: Santa Clara, California, United States
Andrew Lucas, Postdoctoral Fellow at Stanford University, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in physics education and research.
Dr. Lucas is an expert in theoretical condensed matter physics, having been interested in the subject since he was a teenager. His love for the field was encouraged by numerous teachers and his family. While in high school, Dr. Lucas became a high ranking United States Physics Olympiad, making it to the finals in his junior and senior years. In his current endeavors, Dr. Lucas is working toward becoming a professor. He is currently a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford, and has been a postdoctoral researcher at Harvard University. In addition, he has been a graduate research assistant at Harvard, and an undergraduate research assistant at Stanford University and the California Institute of Technology.
With a strong start to the field of physics, Dr. Lucas earned a Bachelor of Science in the field at Stanford University in 2012. He continued his academic pursuits at Harvard University, receiving a PhD in 2016. He maintains affiliation with the American Physical Society. Dr. Lucas has also been involved with the Jordan and Betty Moore Fellowship. His postdoctoral research mentor at Stanford is Professor Steven Kivelson.
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