Mr Antranik A. Sefilian

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Career

  • 2017-date: PhD student in Astrophysics, DAMTP, University of Cambridge
  • 2014-2017: Masters in Theoretical Physics, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
  • 2011-2014: Bachelor's Degree in Theoretical Physics, Lebanese University, Lebanon

Research Interests

I am interested in a wide variety of dynamical problems including, but not limited to:

(1) formation and evolution of exo-planets,

(2) self-gravitating discs,

(3) disc-planet interactions,

(4) Solar System dynamics.

Supervisor: Dr. Roman R. Rafikov -- Advisor: Prof. Gordon Ogilvie

Publications

  • Sefilian, A. A., & Rafikov, R. R., 2019, "Potential softening and eccentricity dynamics in razor-thin, nearly-Keplerian discs", submitted to MNRAS, arXiv pre-print: 1904.07592
  • Sefilian, A. A., & Touma, J. R., 2019, "Shepherding in a Self-Gravitating Disk of Trans-Neptunian Objects", AJ, 157, 59