Queen Mary University of London

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SAGEX role: beneficiary, network coordinator.

Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) is one of the UK’s leading research-focused higher education institutions. With more than 25,000 students, 4,000 staff and an annual turnover of £400m, it carries out teaching and research across a wide range of subjects in the humanities, social sciences, law, medicine and dentistry, and science and engineering. QMUL is one of 24 leading UK universities represented by the Russell Group, that are committed to maintaining the very best research, an outstanding teaching and learning experience, excellent graduate employability and unrivalled links with business and the public sector.

Centre for Research in String Theory

SAGEX researchers at QMUL are based in the Centre for Research in String Theory (CRST), within the School of Physics and Astronomy. Researchers in the CRST conduct fundamental research in many important areas of modern theoretical physics. Current research interests include:

  • Perturbative and non-perturbative aspects of (non-)supersymmetric quantum field theories, with particular emphasis on the mathematical structure of the scattering amplitudes in these theories
  • The dynamics of branes in string theory and M-theory
  • Dualities in gauge and string theory.

The group has a long-standing reputation for pioneering work in string theory and in twistor-inspired approaches to scattering amplitudes. Its research strategy is to maintain this by rigorous standards of recruitment at all levels, and by fostering an environment that promotes the best research. 

Local SAGEX team

The SAGEX team members based at QMUL are listed below. Contact details can be produced by replacing ‘*’ with ‘@’.

 

Manuel Accettulli Huber
Early Stage Researcher

Research field:
Form factors and Higgs amplitudes from N = 4 super Yang-Mills to QCD.



Contact:

m.accettullihuber*qmul.ac.uk

Andreas Brandhuber
Professor of Theoretical Physics

Research field:
Scattering amplitudes in gauge theory and gravity, twistor methods, supersymmetric theories, string theory.

Contact:
a.brandhuber*qmul.ac.uk

Stefano De Angelis
Early Stage Researcher


Research field:
From amplitudes to the dilatation operator of N = 4 super Yang-Mills.



Contact:

s.deangelis*qmul.ac.uk

Ricardo Monteiro
Royal Society University Research Fellow

Research field:
Perturbative aspects of quantum field theory, quantum gravity and string theory.


Contact:
 
ricardo.monteiro*qmul.ac.uk

Bill Spence
Professor of Theoretical Physics


Research field:

Scattering amplitudes in gauge theory and gravity, twistor methods, supersymmetric theories, string theory.

Contact:
w.j.spence*qmul.ac.uk

Gabriele Travaglini
SAGEX PI, Professor of Theoretical Physics


Research field:

Scattering amplitudes in gauge theory and gravity, twistor methods, supersymmetric theories, string theory.

Contact:
g.travaglini*qmul.ac.uk

Chris White
Reader in Theoretical Physics


Research field:
Collider physics, relationships between gluons and gravity.

Contact:
christopher.white*qmul.ac.uk

Jenna Lane
SAGEX Project Manager



Contact:

jenna.lane*qmul.ac.uk