# James Lucietti

### Research Interests

My research is in general relativity and gravitational aspects of string theory and the gauge-gravity correspondence. I have a particular interest in higher-dimensional black hole solutions. A full list of my papers can be found here and here .

#### Research Groups

### Current and Recent PhD Students

Carmen Li (2015)

Veronika Breunhölder (2019)

Fred Tomlinsom

Sergey Ovchinnikov

### Biographical Statement

I studied at the University of Cambridge, where I obtained a Bachelor's degree in Natural Sciences, followed by Part III Mathematics and a PhD in string theory at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. I was then a college lecturer at Oxford University and a postdoc at Durham University. In 2009 I was awarded an EPSRC career acceleration fellowship with Imperial College London, where I spent a year, before moving to the University of Edinburgh as a lecturer in 2010.

### Education Background

PhD, University of Cambridge (2005)

MMath (Part III Mathematics), University of Cambridge (2001)

MA in Natural Sciences, University of Cambridge (2000)

### Previous Employment

EPSRC Career Acceleration Fellowship, Imperial College London (2009-2010), University of Edinburgh (2010-2014)

Research Associate, Durham University (2006-2009)

College Lecturer, St John's College, University of Oxford (2005-2006)