New IFAE Member

New member in the Theory Group

March 10, 2021

Theory 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.

Welcome, George!

Latest Group News

In the Media

Latest and Fermilab and LHCb results in the media

April 21, 2021

Two new articles about the latest Fermilab g-2 Experiment and LHCb results quoting IFAE researchers published in El Mundo and El Pais

In the Media

Latest Fermilab reuslts at diari ARA

April 9, 2021

Pere Masjuan is quoted in an article in the diari Ara about the lastest Fermilab’s Muon g-2 experiment results.

New experimental results

LHCb results strengthen hints of a violation of lepton flavour universality

April 7, 2021

LHCb has overcome the 3 sigma barrier in the tension between the measurement of the observable RK and the prediction of the SM, reaching 3.1 sigmas. This observable tests the universality (or not) of leptonic flavor. The SM predicts a value of 1 very accurately for this observable.