Serin Physics Building

136 Frelinghuysen Road

Piscataway, NJ 08854-8019

Email(s) :

- Rutgers : aswinATphysics.rutgers.edu (PGP Key)
- Work Gmail : aswinb.physATgmail.com (PGP Key) - This email is preferred for scientific correspondence.
- Keybase : aswinb

I am a theoretical physicist with a strong interest in related mathematics. Specifically, my interests are Quantum Field Theories (supersymmetric and otherwise), String/M Theory and aspects of Representation Theory. While it is almost tautological to say that Quantum Field Theories and Representation Theory are closely related, it turns out that we are discovering some very new aspects of this relationship. Exciting times!

Currently, I am a postdoc at the New High Energy Theory Center at Rutgers University. Previously, I was a postdoc associated with the ** Particles, Strings, and the Early Universe** research group at Hamburg.

My publications can be obtained from INSPIRE .

- The Langlands Dual Group and Electric Magnetic Duality - A short talk given at New Fellows meeting at DESY, Hamburg. The talk is mostly motivational/historical in nature, but I have emphasized some aspects that are traditionally not placed in the foreground of a physics discussion on Electric Magnetic Duality.

I have a page that collects literature on the gauge theory approach to the Geometric Langlands Program.

I was a co-organizer for a ZMP Seminar sequence on Hitchin Systems (Summer Term, 2017) at Hamburg. The webpage for the seminar is here.