Patrick Geraghty Affiliated Research Fellow

Patrick Geraghty is a student at Utrecht University working on his MSc in theoretical physics. His research interests are in quantum theory, quantum entanglement, nonlinear dynamics and emergent phenomena. He has been using the Wolfram Language since 2018. He used it to complete his undergraduate thesis on using Bell's theorem to find regions of maximal quantum entanglement in coherent states of angular momentum and the development of metrics that quantify the entanglement "stability" of a quantum system. In 2020, he was part of the Wolfram Summer School where he worked on the Wolfram Physics Project developing a description of the quantum harmonic oscillator in the Wolfram model.



Institutional Affiliation

Utrecht University

Research Topics & Interests

  • Quantum Theory
  • Quantum Entanglement
  • Emergent Phenomena
  • Nonlinear Dynamics