Hariom Jani

Hariom Jani is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellow in the Radaelli group at the University of Oxford, and is working in partnership with the Oxitronics group in Unité Mixte de Physique CNRS/Thales (2022 onward). He received his Ph.D. from National University of Singapore (2019), following which he was a Research Fellow and a Senior Research Fellow at NUS (2019-2022). His research interfaces the disciplines of quantum materials design, spintronics, topological order and X-ray spectromicroscopy.


He is focused on reversibly stabilizing, controlling and harnessing real-space topology in antiferromagnets, predicted to be promising for creating scalable, ultrafast and energy-efficient functionalities. He has received the Emerging Investigator Prize (Institute of Physics, Singapore), the Young and Brilliant Lectureship (European Physics of Magnetism conference) and the Graduate Student Silver Award (Materials Research Society, US). He is also passionate about making science education fun and engaging. He has worked with the Ministry of Education (Singapore) to develop engaging demos for quantum science education (e.g. Quantum Eraser, DIY Spectrometer). He is also an Advisor and a Volunteer Science Faculty at the educational non-profit organization – Raising a Mathematician Foundation. For teaching and outreach, he has received the Arthur Nowick Teaching Award (Materials Research Society, US).

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Phone : +33-1-6941-5871
Email : hariom.k.jani [at] gmail.com