Early Stage Researchers

Early Stage Researchers

Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) are central to the SAGEX project, and we have received funding for 15 positions. Each ESR is working towards a PhD in theoretical physics at the same time as undertaking a wide range of complementary training. The ESRs who have already begun their fellowships (and their projects) are:

 

Manuel Accettulli Huber
Queen Mary University of London
Luke Corcoran
Humboldt University

 

Integrability for amplitudes and correlators

Supervisor: Matthias Staudacher

Andrea Cristofoli
University of Copenhagen


Scattering equations, kinematic algebra and tree and loop amplitudes

Supervisor: Poul Damgaard

Fellowship complete, now at Edinburgh.

Stefano De Angelis
Queen Mary University of London
Gabriele Dian
Durham University
Nikolai Fadeev
RISC

 

Computer algebra for special functions


Supervisor:
Carsten Schneider

Riccardo Gonzo
Trinity College Dublin


Perturbative amplitude computations and integrability

Supervisor:
Ruth Britto

Fellowship complete. Now at Edinburgh University

Kays Haddad
University of Copenhagen


Applications of amplitudes results in effective field theory

Supervisor: Poul Damgaard

Fellowship complete, now at Uppsala University.

Ingrid Angelica Vasquez Holm
CEA Saclay


Local loop-level recursion for nonplanar theories

Supervisor: John-Joseph Carrasco

Fellowship complete. Now at Uppsala University.

Sebastian Pögel
CEA Saclay


Two-loop QCD amplitudes for next-to-next-to-leading order calculations at the LHC

Supervisor: David Kosower

Fellowship complete, now at Uni Mainz.

Davide Polvara
Durham University
Lorenzo Quintavalle
DESY

4D ambitwistor theory for N=8 supergravity



Supervisor:
Volker Schomerus

Marco Saragnese
DESY
Canxin Shi
Humboldt University Berlin
Anne Spiering
Trinity College Dublin

Soft limits and symmetries in perturbative gauge theory and gravity

Supervisor: Tristan McLoughlin

Fellowship complete, now at NBI.