Research InterestsMy 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 .
Current and Recent PhD Students
Carmen Li (2015)
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.
PhD in Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge (DAMTP) (2005)
MMath (Part III Mathematics), University of Cambridge (2001)
MA in Natural Sciences, University of Cambridge (2000)
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)
PhD University of Cambridge (2005)
MMath University of Cambridge (2001)
MA University of Cambridge (2000)