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Patrick Geraghty

Fundamental Physics Track

Class of 2020


Patrick Geraghty recently graduated from the Rochester Institute of Technology with a degree in physics and math and will be starting Utrecht University’s Theoretical Physics master of science program in 2020. In his undergraduate thesis, he used 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. His research interests are in quantum entanglement, quantum field theory, fractional calculus, nonlinear dynamics and emergent phenomena. In his spare time, Patrick enjoys learning about all things fermentation and distillation related, from fruit wines to kimchi and from rum to Armagnac.

Project: The Quantum Harmonic Oscillator in the Wolfram Physics Model