Rutgers University Department of Physics and Astronomy
Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor (on leave)
High energy theory
My research is in string theory as a theory of fundamental interactions and quantum gravity, and in non-perturbative methods in field theory. Much of my recent work has focused on the "landscape of string theory vacua," both formal aspects (constructing vacua and finding the statistical distribution of their observable properties), and looking for predictions and ways to test the picture. I also work on supersymmetric gauge theory, D-branes, conformal field theory, computational methods, and questions in computer science related to physics.
Agreement on postdoc hiring deadlines
Colloquium on the string landscape
Colloquium on testing string theory
Colloquium on supersymmetric gauge theory
A review of flux compactification
Full list of publications
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