## Research Activities

- Quantum Field Theory
- Particle Phenomenology
- String Theory
- Lattice Field Theory
- Cosmology
- Solitons
- Quantum Gravity

## Recent Scientific Publications

- Neutron star -- axion star collisions in the light of multi-messenger astronomy
- by T. Dietrich, F. Day, K. Clough, M. Cloughlin, J. Niemeyer
*(2018-10-08)* - Hadron Collider Sensitivity to Fat Flavourful Z's for RK*
- by B. Allanach, T. Corbett, M. J. Dolan, T. You
*(2018-09-21)* - Third Family Hypercharge Model for RK(*) and Aspects of the Fermion Mass Problem
- by B. C. Allanach, J. Davighi
*(2018-09-03)* - Some examples of projective and $c$--projective compactifications of Einstein metrics
- by Maciej Dunajski, A. Rod Gover, Alice Waterhouse
*(2018-08-18)* - Topological terms in Composite Higgs Models
- by J. Davighi, B. Gripaios
*(2018-08-14)*

## Forthcoming HEP Seminars

- Heavy physics contributions to neutrinoless double beta decay from QCD
- by Nicolas Garron (Liverpool University),
*(Tomorrow 16:00)*

- Making Sense of the Standard Model: an Exceptional Quantum Algebra
- by Ivan Todorov (Sofia, Bulgaria),
*(Thursday October 25 16:00)*

- Title to be confirmed
- by Basem El-Menoufi,
*(Friday October 26 16:00)*

- Newton-Cartan Gravity with Unconstrained Torsion: a Galilean General Theory of Gravity
- by Marco Cariglia (U. Fed. Ouro Preto, Brazil),
*(Tuesday October 30 16:00)*

- Title to be confirmed
- by Kasper Larsen (SOTON),
*(Friday November 2 16:00)*

## Job opportunites

Please refer to the Cambridge University Opportunities webpage.

## Ph.D. Applications

Please refer to the DAMTP PhD Opportunities webpage.

*High Energy Particle Physics*

*This is one of two large groups in theoretical physics in DAMTP, the other being the General Relativity and Cosmology group. Advances on several fronts have led to a breakdown of the historical divisions between the two groups and several staff members are members of both. The group is active in Particle Physics Phenomenology, Quantum Field Theory, String Theory, and Lattice Field Theory.*