Dr Sam Gorman

Dr Sam Gorman

  • Bachelor of Nanotechnology Advanced (Hons. I), University of Wollongong, 2012
  • PhD in Physics, University of New South Wales, 2019
School of Physics

Sam Gorman is a lecturer in the School of Physics at the UNSW Sydney, Australia. Sam is an experimental physicist working on quantum devices based on phosphorus-doped silicon fabricated using atomic-precision manufacturing. His research focuses on the development of quantum systems for computation, specifically semiconductor spin qubits and quantum simulators. Sam received his PhD from UNSW Sydney and was the 2019 recipient of the Australian Institute of Physics Bragg Medal.

My Teaching

PHYS4143 (Module 4): Quantum matter, information and computing