PhD graduates from the CRST
Felix Rudolph (PhD 2016: Duality-Covariant Solutions in Extended Field Theories) Publications
Felix accepted a postdoc position at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) in Munich.
Brenda Penante (PhD 2016: On-shell methods for off-shell quantities in N=4 Super Yang-Mills: from scattering amplitudes to form factors and the dilatation operator) Publications
Brenda accepted an early-stage researcher position at the Humboldt University of Berlin. She is now a CERN fellow.
James McGrane (PhD 2015: Four Dimensional Superconformal Field Theories from String Theory) Publications
James went on to work as a Quantitative Researcher for Marshall Wace Asset Management in London.
Robert Mooney (PhD 2014: On Observables in Supersymmetric Gauge Theories) Publications
Omer Gurdogan (PhD 2014: Form Factors in Superconformal Theories in Four and Three Dimensions) Publications
Omer went to do a postdoc at the CNRS, Saclay, France.
Jurgis Pasukonis (PhD 2013: BPS Operators and Brane Geometries) Publications
Jurgis founded a startup company trafi.com building mobile apps for public transport, focusing on route finding algorithms.
Edvard Musaev (PhD 2013: U-dualities in Type II string theories and M-theory) Publications
Edvard accepted a postdoc at the University of Hanover.
Will Black (PhD 2012: Gravitational Effects from Amplitudes for String-Brane Interactions) Publications
Will moved on to work for Cambridge Consultants.
Moritz McGarrie (PhD 2011: Gauge Mediated Supersymmetry Breaking in Five Dimensions) Publications
Moritz accepted a postdoctoral research position at DESY Hamburg supported by a Humboldt Fellowship.
Gianni Tallarita (PhD 2011: Aspects of Brane World-Volume Dynamics in String Theory) Publications
Gianni accepted a postdoctoral research position at the University of La Plata, Argentina.
Daniel Koschade (PhD 2011: Aspects of Supersymetric Field Theories in Four and Six Dimensions) Publications
Daniel went on to work for BMW in Munich.
Panagiotis Katsaroumpas (PhD 2011: On Perturbative Scattering Amplitudes in Maximally Supersymmetric Theories) Publications
Panos moved on to work for Roxar Ltd in Oxford.
Vincenzo Calò (PhD 2010: Aspects of Finite Temperature Corrections in String Theory) Publications
Vincenzo moved on to work for Morgan Stanley in London.
Andrew Low (PhD 2010: Aspects of Supersymmetry in Multiple Membrane Theory) Publications
Andrew went on to work as a teacher at Wimbledon High School.
Massimiliano Vincon (PhD 2009: Unitarity Methods for Scattering Amplitudes in Perturbative Gauge Theories) Publications
Max accepted a postdoctoral research position at IPM in Tehran.
Adele Nasti (PhD 2009: Novel Approaches to Perturbative Amplitudes in Gauge Theory and Gravity) Publications
Adele moved on to work for Rolls Royce.
Dario Duò (PhD 2007: String techniques for the computation of effective actions in brane-world models) Publications
Dario moved on to work for the social/financial market research company Ales Market Research in Milano.
James Bedford (PhD 2007: On perturbative field theory and twistor string theory) Publications
James was awarded a three year PPARC Postdoctoral Fellowship to work at Imperial College London.
Simon McNamara (PhD 2006: Twistor inspired methods in perturbative field theory and fuzzy funnels) Publications
Simon moved on to work for BNP Paribas.
Costis Papageorgakis (PhD 2006: On matrix D-brane dynamics and fuzzy spheres) Publications
Costis accepted a postdoctoral research position at the Tata Institute for Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India.
Ronald Reid-Edwards (PhD 2006: Duality and Geometry of M theory) Publications
Ronald accepted a postdoctoral research position at the Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Hamburg.
Joe Henson (PhD 2003: Developing a dynamic for discrete structures in quantum gravity) Publications
Joe accepted a postdoctoral research position at the Perimeter Institute, Canada.
Mike Chesterman (PhD 2003: Ghost constraints and the covariant quantization of the superparticle in ten dimensions) Publications
Mike accepted a postdoctoral research position at the University of North Carolina.
Paul DeMedeiros (PhD 2002: Duality in non-perturbative quantum gravity) Publications
Paul accepted a postdoctoral research position at Edinburgh University.
Stathis Pakis (PhD 2002: Supergravity duals and the geometry of Killing spinors) Publications
Stathis accepted a postdoctoral research position at Imperial College London.
Mohab Abouzeid (PhD 2001: Complex geometry, duality and non-perturbative structures in superstring theory) Publications
Mohab accepted a postdoctoral research position at the Max Planck Institute, Potsdam, Germany.
Spyros Skoulakis (PhD 2000: Conformal aspects of turbulence and quantum Hall systems) Publications
Spyros moved into biological research in the Molecular Oncology Group at the Institute of Cancer, Barts and the London, Queen Mary School of Medicine and Dentistry.
Chris Kohl (PhD 1999) Publications
Chris went on to work for Deutsche Bank as a quantitative analyst.
Bobby Acharya (PhD 1997: Joyce compactifications of string theory and M theory) Publications
Bobby accepted a postdoctoral research position at Queen Mary.
Wafic Sabra (PhD 1992: Conformal invariance and two dimensional quantum gravity) Publications
Wafic accepted a postdoctoral research position at Royal Holloway.