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Ph.D. Applied Physics Candidate

Sultan Malik

Sultan is a Ph.D. student in Applied Physics and joined the group in the winter of 2021. He is interested in hybrid quantum systems for quantum frequency conversion and other quantum applications.

Before starting his Ph.D. in 2020, Sultan worked in an R&D group at Applied Materials, Inc. designing and building experiments to investigate novel ideas and develop novel technologies for synthesis and nano-scale engineering of next-generation materials for use in the electronics industry. During his undergraduate studies at UC Berkeley, he explored a wide variety of topics ranging from quark-gluon plasmas and microscopic black holes to advanced automotive control systems and aerodynamics.


B.S. Mechanical Engineering (Physics Minor), UC Berkeley, 2012
M.S. Applied Physics, Stanford University, 2020


hybrid quantum systems
piezo-optomechanical quantum frequency conversion
mechanical devices and circuits

Stanford Affiliations