### Background

I am the Deputy Director of Studies in Chemistry at Oxford, and a Special Supernumerary Fellow of University College, Oxford.

I have longstanding interests in university teaching and learning. I am currently developing the Chemistry Department's Graduate Training Programme, combining training in both research and transferable skills for our postgraduate research students.

### Teaching

I organise and lecture the first-year undergraduate *Mathematics for Chemistry* course, as well as the graduate-level *Mathematics I* course within the TMCS CDT. I combine traditional 'chalk and talk'-style lecturing with computer visualisations and online video resources.

*Mathematics I*course is on the TMCS intranet.

My previous graduate-level maths course, covering aspects of multivariable calculus and vector calculus, is available here

### Research

My main research interests lie in the field of condensed matter theory, where the aim is to characterise and understand the physical properties of materials consisting of enormously large numbers of interacting particles. Of particular interest to me are 'strongly-correlated' systems, where the interactions between particles cannot be treated using so-called mean-field approaches (where only the 'average' behaviour of the particles needs to be considered). For these systems, one must instead develop quantum many-body theories, in which the true, correlated motion of the particles is taken explicitly into account.

I have previously worked on understanding many-body effects on the nanoscale, as observed in the electronic conductance of single molecules, carbon nanotubes and other 'quantum dot' devices. I have more recently been working on correlated electron behaviour in bulk materials such as heavy fermion compounds. I'm also interested in developing general theories for approximating many-body systems, and in numerical methods such as the Numerical Renormalization Group and Continuous-Time Quantum Monte Carlo. For more information, see my publication list below.

### Publications

- Martin R. Galpin, David E. Logan and H. R. Krishnamurthy
*Quantum Phase Transition in Capacitively Coupled Double Quantum Dots*

Phys. Rev. Lett.**94**, 186406 (2005). - Martin R. Galpin and David E. Logan
*Single-particle dynamics of the Anderson model: a two-self-energy description within the numerical renormalization group approach*

J. Phys.: Condens. Matter**17**, 6959 (2005). - Martin R. Galpin, David E. Logan and H. R. Krishnamurthy
*Renormalization group study of capacitively coupled double quantum dots*

J. Phys.: Condens. Matter**18**, 6545 (2006). - Martin R. Galpin, David E. Logan and H. R. Krishnamurthy
*Dynamics of capacitively coupled double quantum dots*

J. Phys.: Condens. Matter**18**, 6571 (2006). - Andrew K. Mitchell, Martin R. Galpin and David E. Logan
*Gate voltage effects in capacitively coupled double quantum dots*

Europhys. Lett.**76**, 95 (2006). - David E. Logan and Martin R. Galpin
*Evolution and destruction of the Kondo effect in a capacitively coupled double dot system*

Int. J. Mod. Phys. B**21**, 2191 (2007). - Frithjof B. Anders, David E. Logan, Martin R. Galpin and Gleb Finkelstein
*Zero-bias conductance in carbon nanotube quantum dots*

Phys. Rev. Lett.**100**, 086809 (2008) - Martin R. Galpin and David E. Logan
*Anderson impurity model in a semiconductor*

Phys. Rev. B**77**, 195108 (2008) - Martin R. Galpin and David E. Logan
*A local moment approach to the gapped Anderson model*

Eur. Phys. J. B**62**, 129 (2008) - David E. Logan and Martin R. Galpin
*Tunneling transport and spectroscopy in carbon nanotube quantum dots*

J. Chem. Phys.**130**, 224503 (2009) - Martin R. Galpin, Anne B. Gilbert and David E. Logan
*A local moment approach to the degenerate Anderson impurity model*

J. Phys.: Condens. Matter**21**, 375602 (2009) - David E. Logan, Christopher J. Wright and Martin R. Galpin
*Correlated electron physics in two-level quantum dots: phase transitions, transport, and experiment*

Phys. Rev. B**80**, 125117 (2009) - Martin R. Galpin, Frederic W. Jayatilaka, David E. Logan and Frithjof B. Anders
*Interplay between Kondo physics and spin-orbit coupling in carbon nanotube quantum dots*

Phys. Rev. B**81**, 075437 (2010) - Frederic W. Jayatilaka, Martin R. Galpin and David E. Logan
*Two-channel Kondo physics in tunnel-coupled double quantum dots*

Phys. Rev. B**84**, 115111 (2011) - Christopher J. Wright, Martin R. Galpin and David E. Logan
*Magnetic field effects in few-level quantum dots: Theory and application to experiment*

Phys. Rev. B**84**, 115308 (2011) - Simon. J. Chorley, Martin R. Galpin, Frederic W. Jayatilaka, Charles G. Smith, David E. Logan and Mark R. Buitelaar
*Tunable Kondo Physics in a Carbon Nanotube Double Quantum Dot*

Phys. Rev. Lett.**109**, 156804 (2012) - Andrew K. Mitchell, Thomas F. Jarrold. Martin R. Galpin and David E. Logan
*Local moment formation and Kondo screening in impurity trimers*

J. Phys. Chem. B**117**, 12777 (2013) - Martin R. Galpin, Andrew K. Mitchell, Jesada Temaismithi, David E. Logan, Benjamin Beri and Nigel R. Cooper
*Conductance fingerprint of Majorana fermions in the topological Kondo effect*

Phys. Rev. B.**89**, 045143 (2014) - Andrew K. Mitchell, Martin R. Galpin, Samuel Wilson-Fletcher, David E. Logan and Ralf Bulla
*Generalized Wilson chain for solving multichannel quantum impurity problems*

Phys. Rev. B.**89**, 121105(R) (2014) - David E. Logan, Adam P. Tucker and Martin R. Galpin
*Common non-Fermi liquid phases in quantum impurity physics*

Phys. Rev. B.**90**, 075150 (2014) - David E. Logan and Martin R. Galpin
*Mott insulators and the doping-induced Mott transition within DMFT: exact results for the one-band Hubbard model*

J. Phys.: Condens. Matter**28**, 025601 (2016) - David E. Logan, Martin R. Galpin and Jonathan Mannouch
*Mott transitions in the Periodic Anderson Model*

J. Phys.: Condens. Matter**28**, 455601 (2016)

(See also this JPhys+ blog post) - Georg K. A. Hochberg, Dale A. Shepherd, Erik G. Marklund, Indu Santhanagoplan, Matteo T. Degiacomi, Arthur Laganowsky, Timothy M. Allison, Eman Basha, Michael T. Marty, Martin R. Galpin, Weston B. Struwe, Andrew J. Baldwin, Elizabeth Vierling and Justin L. P. Benesch
*Structural principles that enable oligomeric small heat-shock protein paralogs to evolve distinct functions*

Science**359**, 930 (2018)

### Contact details

My postal address is:

Martin Galpin

Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Laboratory

South Parks Road

Oxford,
OX1 3QZ.

Tel: +44 (0)1865 285721 (direct)