Staff members with discipline Physics, Particles & Fields
Academia develops at the interface of different fields. This is one reason why the University of Groningen is home to a wide range of fields, each with a great number of subject specialists. The overview below, which is based on a standard categorization of fields, will help you find the right expert for each field. If you cannot find the expert you are looking for in this list, try searching via a related field or faculty; you may find him or her there.
Philosophy of Science, especially Philosophy of Physics
-proton radiography for optimisation proton stopping powers in proton therapy
-time-of-flight PET for dose verification in proton therapy
-prompt gamma radiation for dose verification in proton therapy
Code-development (Fortran, Geant4) and MC simulations
-testing performance of the EMC of the PANDA(1) detector
-studies of different decay channels of charmonium energy states
-experiments in few-nucleon systems with polarized beams
-data analysis for dp breakup and elastic scattering reactions (polarized deuteron beam on proton target)
(1) anti-Proton ANnihilation at DArmstadt
Nuclear Structure and reactions
(1) Early Universe Cosmology, Inflation, Preheating/Reheating,
(2) Embedding Inflation within Particle and String theory,
(3) Primordial Gravitational waves, Cosmological sources, Lattice simulations
(4) Common origin behind Dark matter & Baryogenesis
(5) Resolving cosmological and blackhole singularitites
(6) Asymptotically free and ghost free theory of Quantum Gravity, UV Completion of Einstein's Gravity
(7) Beyond the Standard Model, SUSY, MSSM Flat Directions, Q-Balls, Topological and Non-topological Solitons
(8) Primordial magnetic field and its geneartions
(9) Cosmobiology & habitability or habitable zones in the Universe
If you wish to do PhD at University of Groningen on: Inflationary Cosmology, Beyond the Standard Model Physics, Supersymmetric Cosmology, Dark Matter & Baryogenesis, Primordial Gravitational Waves, Asymptotically Free Quantum Gravity and its connection to String field theory, Resolution of Big Bang Cosmological singularity & Blackhole Singularity problems, contact me for further information:email@example.com
2015: : JSPS Award, (Visiting Professor) Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
2010 - 2017: Reader, Lancaster University
2007 - 2010: Lecturer, Lancaster University
2008 - 2013: Honorary Associate Professor, Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark
2004 - 2007: Assistant Professor, NORDITA, Copenhagen, Denmark
2002 - 2004: CITA National Fellow, McGill University, Canada
2000 - 2002: Postdoc, ICTP, Trieste, Italy
1997 - 2000: PhD from Imperial College, London, UK
1997 - 2000: INLAKS Award, India
Complete List of Publications, Citations, from INSPIRE
Google Profile complete list of publications, citations
My Notable Scientific Reviews:
Review on Inflation and Curvaton from Particle Physics
Review on Preheating and Reheating
Review on MSSM Flat Directions, Baryogenesis and Dark Matter
Research Highlights/Press clipings/ Outreach:
New Scientist (15/11/17): Free-fall test experiment could test if gravity is a quantum force
Inside SCIENCE (AIP) (6/11/17): A Tabletop Experiment For Quantum Gravity
Physics World: Are there signs of SUSY in Planck data?
New Scientist: What kind of bang was the Big Bang?
Scientific American: Could the Large Hadron Collider Discover the Particle Underlying Both Mass and Cosmic Inflation?
New Scientist: Did the Higgs boson puff up the universe?
Science News: Best cosmic cradles of life may elliptical in shape
New Scientist: Giant old galaxies, not Milky Ways, are best for life to thrive
Space.com: Giant galaxies may be better cradles for habitable planets
AAS-nova: Which galaxies are the most habitable?
Durham: Is there life out there?
Astronomy Now: Searching for the most habitable galaxies
Converstaion: Move over Milky Way, elliptical galaxies are the most habitable in the cosmos
Lightning Physics with LOFAR;
Theoretical particle physics
quantum mechanics, quantum field theory, mathematical physics