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HIGH-ENERGY PHYSICS, GRAVITATION AND COSMOLOGY

Nordita scientists working in the area of high-energy physics address a variety of problems involving the basic constituents of matter and the interactions that govern their behavior. Problems of interest span an enormous range of energies from basic questions in string and M-theory at the Planck scale to gravity duals of condensed matter systems at very low temperatures.

Topics

Group Members

Faculty

Postdocs

PhD Students

Visiting PhD Fellows

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Interns

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Visitors

  • Martin Heinze (Visiting Postdoctoral Fellow, DESY)
  • Aleksandr Zheltukhin (Visiting Professor, Stockholm U.)

Former Group Members

Faculty

  • Troels Harmark (NBI, Copenhagen)
  • Stefan Hoffman (LMU, Munich)

Postdocs

  • Dmitri Bykov (Albert Einstein Institute)
  • Diego Chialva (Université de Mons)
  • Valentina Giangreco Puletti (University of Iceland)
  • Kristina Giesel (University of Erlangen-Nürnberg)
  • Blaise Goutéraux (Stanford U.)
  • Sven Bjarke Gudnason (Inst. of Modern Physics, Lanzhou)
  • Ville Keränen (Oxford U.)
  • Daniele Marmiroli
  • Sean Nowling (Jamestown Community College)
  • Sami Nurmi (University of Helsinki)
  • Solveig Skadhauge
  • Sigurdur Örn Stefánsson (Uppsala University)
  • Dmytro Volin (Trinity College, Dublin)
  • Alexander Wijns (NorthgateArinso)
  • Donovan Young (NBI)
  • Stefan Zieme
  • Tobias Zingg (Utrecht University)

PhD Students

  • James Gordon (U. of British Columbia)

Visiting PhD Fellows

  • Louise Andersson (Chalmers)
  • Remigiusz Durka (Wroclaw U.)
  • Ville Keränen (U. of Helsinki)
  • Jakub Mielczarek (Jagiellonian U.)
  • Hagen Münkler (Humboldt U.)
  • Hannu Nyrhinen (U. of Helsinki)
  • Jonas Pollok (Humboldt U.)
  • Igor Shenderovich (CEA Saclay)
  • Peter Sundell (U. of Turku)

Interns

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Visitors

  • Alessandra Cagnazzo (DESY, Hamburg)
  • Emiliano Sefusatti (ICTP, Trieste)

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