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Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Career

  • since 2017: Director of International Programmes, St John's College
  • 2003-2017: Senior Tutor, St John's College
  • since 2000: Lecturer, St John's College
  • since 1998: Member of DAMTP, High Energy Physics Group 
  • 1997-1998: Harvard University, Postdoctoral Position
  • 1992-1995: PhD, University of Cambridge, Queens' College
  • 1991-1992: Master of Advanced Study in Mathematics, University of Cambridge, Queens' College

Research

Matthias is a member of the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Highe Energy Physics group. His current research interests are Conformal Field Theory and Representation Theory. 

 

Publications

SINGULAR VECTORS OF THE N=2 SUPERCONFORMAL ALGEBRA
M DORRZAPF
– International Journal of Modern Physics A
(2012)
10,
2143
The definition of Neveu-Schwarz superconformal fields and uncharged superconformal transformations
M Dörrzapf
– Reviews in Mathematical Physics
(2011)
11,
137
Highest weight representations of the Ramond algebra
M Dörrzapf
– Nuclear Physics B
(2001)
595,
605
Singular dimensions of the N=2 superconformal algebras II: The twisted N=2 algebra
M Dörrzapf, B Gato-Rivera
– Communications in Mathematical Physics
(2001)
220,
263
Determinant formula for the topological N=2 superconformal algebra
M Dörrzapf, B Gato-Rivera
– Nuclear Physics B
(1999)
558,
503
Transmutations between singular and subsingular vectors of the N=2 superconformal algebras
M Dörrzapf, B Gato-Rivera
– Nuclear Physics B
(1999)
557,
517
Singular dimensions of the N = 2 superconformal algebras. I
M Dörrzapf, B Gato-Rivera
– Communications in Mathematical Physics
(1999)
206,
493
The embedding structure of unitary N=2 minimal models
M Dörrzapf
– Nuclear Physics B
(1998)
529,
639
Analytic expressions for singular vectors of theN=2 superconformal algebra
M Dörrzapf
– Communications in Mathematical Physics
(1996)
180,
195

Research Group

High Energy Physics

Room

B0.34

Telephone

01223 764252