SO(IFT) Research Associate visitors

SO(IFT) Research Associate Dr. Maxim Chernodub is visiting us Dr. Maxim Chernodub from University of Tours, France – CNRS is visiting the IFT for the period February 8th to 12th, 2016. His office number is B07. His current research interests include: Quantum Chromodynamics in strong magnetic field and anomalous transport effects in chiral systems.
SO(IFT) Research Associate Dr. Erik Tonni is visiting us Dr. Erik Tonni from SISSA, Trieste, is visiting the IFT for the period January 25th to February 19th, 2016. His office number is B06. His research interest are: Conformal field theory, entanglement and gauge/gravity correspondence.
SO(IFT) Research Associate Dr. Joan Simon is visiting us Dr. Joan Simon from University of Edinburgh is visiting the IFT for the period January 25th to 29th, 2016. His office number is B03. His research interest are: Quantum gravity, including black hole physics and cosmological singularities, AdS/CFT and applications, general holography, thermalisation and quantum information theory.
SO(IFT) Research Associate Dr. Sven Heinemeyer is visiting us Dr. Sven Heinemeyer from Instituto de Física de Cantabria - IFCA is visiting the IFT for the period October 26th to December 31st, 2015. His office number is 305. His research interests are: Phenomenology of the SM and the MSSM at present and future colliders, indirect tests of the SM and the MSSM via electroweak precision observables and other precision data, the Higgs boson sector as a probe of Supersymmetry and Dark Matter and its implications for SUSY

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