About the Editors

Nature Physics is staffed by a dedicated team of professional editors, with relevant research and editorial backgrounds. It is led by Andrea Taroni, and includes Abigail Klopper, Federico Levi, Nina Meinzer and David Abergel (all based in London), Yun Li (based in Shanghai) and Stefanie Reichert (based in Berlin).

Chief Editor: Andrea Taroni

Andrea joined Nature Physics in 2014, having previously worked for Nature Communications and Nature Materials. A graduate of University College London, he completed his PhD in statistical physics. Following a short stint at the École Normale Supérieure de Lyon in France, he undertook postdoctoral work at Uppsala University in Sweden, investigating the dynamics of low-dimensional magnetic systems. Andrea is based in our London office.

a.taroni@nature.com

 

Senior Editor: Abigail Klopper

Abigail joined Nature Physics in 2011, following a postdoctoral career at the Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems in Dresden, Germany, in which she pursued theoretical research in aspects of soft-matter and biological physics. She obtained her PhD from the University of Western Australia in 2006, investigating dimensional effects in frustrated magnetic materials. Abigail is based in the London office.

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Senior Editor: Federico Levi

Federico re-joined Nature Physics in 2017, having previously been a Senior Editor and Team Manager at Nature Communications. His studies began at the University of Milan, where he specialized in the dynamics of open quantum systems. He then obtained his PhD from the University of Freiburg where he studied entanglement theory and energy transfer in disordered systems, with a focus on identifying quantum effects in biological processes. Federico is based in our London office.

federico.levi@nature.com

 

Senior Editor: Nina Meinzer

Nina joined Nature Physics in 2019, from Nature Communications. She obtained her PhD from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, where she studied plasmonic metamaterials and their interaction with semiconductor quantum heterostructures. She also carried out postdoctoral work at the University of Exeter, working on hybrid systems that combine plasmonic structures and emitters as well as studying microwave metamaterials. Nina is based in our London office.

nina.meinzer@nature.com

 

Associate Editor: Yun Li

Before joining Nature Physics in 2017, Yun was based at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia, where she worked on quantum simulation in cold atoms. She obtained her PhD from Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, University of Paris VI in 2010, and has undertaken postdoctoral stints at the University of Trento in Italy and at the National University of Singapore. Yun is based in our Shanghai office.

yun.li@nature.com

 

Associate Editor: David Abergel

Before joining Nature Physics in 2017, David carried out theoretical research on graphene and other two-dimensional crystals, and quantum topological materials. He completed a Ph.D at Lancaster University in 2007, and then did post-doctoral work at the University of Manitoba (Canada) and the University of Maryland (USA) before undertaking an Assistant Professorship at Nordita, the Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics in Stockholm, Sweden. David is based in our London office.

david.abergel@nature.com

 

Associate Editor: Stefanie Reichert

Stefanie joined Nature Physics in 2018. She obtained her PhD from the University of Manchester, where she studied transitions between particles and their respective anti-particles at the LHCb experiment at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. She then joined the LHCb group at the Technical University Dortmund as post-doc, where she worked on several decay channels on the quest for finding new physics. Stefanie is based in our Berlin office.

stefanie.reichert@nature.com