Aron Beekman   ベークマン アーロン

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Post-doctoral researcher in theoretical physics

beekman.aronjonathan@nims.go.jp

Material Properties Theory Group
Computational Materials Science Unit
NIMS Advanced Key Technologies Division
Collaborative Research Building 216
1-1 Namiki, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, JAPAN 305-0044


Curriculum Vitae

last update: August 1st, 2015
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Research Interests

Theoretical physics, amongst which:

Education and Research Positions

2015 –
Postdoctoral Researcher
NIMS Advanced Key Techologies Division, Tsukuba, Japan
2012 – 2015
Foreign Postdoctoral Researcher
RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science, Wako, Japan
2006 – 2011
PhD Theoretical Physics
Instituut-Lorentz for theoretical physics, Leiden University, The Netherlands
thesis: “Vortex duality in Higher Dimensions
advisor: Jan Zaanen
1998 – 2005
MSc Theoretical Physics
Institute for theoretical physics, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
thesis: “Quantum double symmetries of the even dihedral groups and their breaking
advisor: Sander Bais

Academic Activities

fall 2006
Teaching Assistant, PhD course Advanced Theory of Condensed Matter by Jan Zaanen
spring 2007
Teaching Assistant, MSc course Field Theory by Pierre van Baal
fall 2007
Teaching Assistant, MSc course Theory of Condensed Matter by David Santiago
2007 – 2011
PhD council Dutch Research School for Theoretical Physics
2012 – 2015
Organizer RIKEN Interdisciplinary Discovery Evenings

Skills

Languages
Dutch (native), English (fluent); French, German, Japanese
Programming
proficient in HTML, ColdFusion, PHP, SQL, JavaScript, Access;
familiar with C, C++ , Java, Python, Sage, Mathematica, Blender

Invited seminars

2014
Center for Correlated Electron Systems, Seoul National University
2014
National Institute for Materials Science, Tsukuba
2012
RIKEN Interdisciplinary “Discovery Evening”
2012
Max-Planck-Institut für Quantenoptik, Garching, “Group Seminar MPQ”
2012
University of Amsterdam, “Condensed matter lunch seminar”
2012
Leiden University, Faculty of Science, “This week’s discoveries”
2012
Physics@FOM, Veldhoven
2011
Dutch Research School for Theoretical Physics “PhD Day”

Conferences & Schools

2014,2015
APS March Meeting
2014
“FIRST International Symposium on Topological Quantum Technology”, Tokyo
2014
RIKEN-APW joint workshop “Highlights in condensed matter physics”, Wako, Japan
2013
“Emergent Phenomena of Correlated Materials”, FIRST-QS2C, Tokyo
2013
“Strongly Correlated Electron Systems 2013”, Tokyo
2013
“Emergent Quantum Phases in Condensed Matter”, ISSP Kashiwa
2013
“Theory Forum”, FIRST-QS2C, Wako, Japan
2012
“Innovations in Strongly Correlated Electronic Systems”, ICTP Trieste
2012
“International conference on topological quantum phenomena”, Nagoya University
2012
“Tonomura FIRST International Symposium”, Tokyo
2011
“Science Communicated”, Casimir Research School
2011
“Unconventional Superconductivity”, University of Minnesota
2011
“100th Anniversary of Superconductivity”, Lorentz Center, Leiden University
2010
“3rd UK–NL Condensed Matter Meeting”, Cambridge University
2010
“Gordon Research Conference on Correlated Electron Systems”, Mount Holyoke
2009
“9th Materials and Mechanisms of Superconductivity”, Tokyo
2009
“Low-D Quantum Condensed Matter”, Center for Mathematical Physics Amsterdam
2009
“Cambridge–Leiden easyMeeting on Quantum Matter”, Leiden University
2008
“25th International Conference on Low Temperature Physics”, Amsterdam
2008–2011
“PhD Day”, Dutch Research School for Theoretical Physics
2007
“50th anniversary of BCS: From BCS to Exotic Superconductivity”, I2CAM, Cargèse
2007,2009,2011
“Trends in Theory”, Dutch Research School for Theoretical Physics
2007–2012
FOM Physics@Veldhoven
2006
“Quantum Criticality”, Lorentz Center, Leiden University
2006,2007
“Postgraduate School SP–TCM”, Dutch Research School for Theoretical Physics
2006,2008
“Spring School”, Casimir Research School

Publications

My papers on: arXivInspireResearcherIDORCID