New IFAE Member
New member in the Theory Group
March 10, 2021Theory Division
George Zahariade has joined the Theory Group. His research interests lie at the interface of general relativity and quantum field theory.
George Zahariade has joined the Theory Group. He defended his PhD in Paris in 2013 and then went on to do a postdoc at the University of California Davis followed by another one at Arizona State University.
His research interests lie at the interface of general relativity and quantum field theory. Recently has has been working on the formation and quantum evaporation of topological defects, as well as on potential signatures of the quantization of gravity at gravitational wave detectors.
New theory paper on axions
June 8, 2022
Do direct detection experiments constrain axionlike particles coupled to electrons? by Ricardo Z. Ferreira and collaborators has been published at Physical Review Letters.
Theory Group paper featured in AAS Nova research Highlights
June 1, 2022
“New Roads to the Small-scale Universe: Measurements of the Clustering of Matter with the High-redshift UV Galaxy Luminosity Function ” by Diego Blas and collaborators is featured in the AAS Nova research Highlights.
New theory paper on CP violation
May 25, 2022
“New-physics signatures via CP violation in η (0) → π 0 µ + µ − and η 0 → ηµ + µ − decays ” by R. Escribano, E. Royo and P. Sánchez-Puertas has been published in JHEP.