Oliver Stockdale

Oliver Stockdale

Air Quality Consulant


I am an Air Quality Consultant at Katestone Environmental. My role involves understanding how clients’ operations impact air quality by modelling their activities. In addition to understand clients’ impact to the local environemnt, I am also interested in understanding how companies’ greenhouse gas emissions affect the wider climate and developing strategies to reduce their footprint.

I was a graduate research assistant in the Many-Body Quantum Dynamics group at the Kirchhoff-Institut für Physik, Universität Heidelberg, Germany. Under the supervision of Priv.-Doz. Dr. Martin Gärttner, I sought to better understand the entanglement of quantum fields and improve upon their detection techniques. The theoretical research I carried out was in close collaboration with experiments in the Synthetic Quantum Systems group.

I previously studied the dynamics of superfluid vortices at the ARC Centre of Excellence in Future Low-Energy Electronics, University of Queensland, Australia with Dr. Matthew Reeves and Prof. Matthew Davis. We frequently collaborated with experimental teams using ultracold atomic gases and superfluid helium-4.

My publications can be viewed on my Google Scholar page.

I was also part of the student contributor network for the maganzine Physics World. I wrote about recent research updates in the field of quantum science and techology. My articles can be found here.


  • Science communication
  • Applications of physics
  • Problem solving
  • Teaching maths and physics


  • Master of Philosophy, 2021

    The University of Queensland

  • Bachelor of Advanced Science (Hons. I), 2018

    The University of Queensland


Entanglement detection in quantum fields

A brief summary of my research into the detection of entanglement in quantum fields.

Vortex dynamics in two-dimensional superfluids

A brief summary of my research into superfluid vortex dynamics.