## Research Activities

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

## Recent Scientific Publications

- First integrals of affine connections and Hamiltonian systems of hydrodynamic type
- by Felipe Contatto, Maciej Dunajski
*(2015-10-07)* - The Quantum Hall Effect in Supersymmetric Chern-Simons Theories
- by David Tong, Carl Turner
*(2015-09-15)* - Vortices and Monopoles in a Harmonic Trap
- by David Tong, Carl Turner
*(2015-09-15)* - Gauge theory on projective surfaces and anti-self-dual Einstein metrics in dimension four
- by Maciej Dunajski, Thomas Mettler
*(2015-09-14)* - Review of Lattice Supersymmetry and Gauge-Gravity Duality
- by Anosh Joseph
*(2015-09-10)*

## Forthcoming HEP Seminars

- Disordered Quantum Criticality and Thermal Conductivities
- by David Ramirez - Stanford,
*(Tomorrow 13:00)*

- Hitchin Equations on R^2 and Z^2
- by Richard Ward (Durham),
*(Tuesday October 13 16:00)*

- Special geometry, dimensional reduction and black hole solutions.
- by Owen Vaughan,
*(Thursday October 15 13:00)*

- New physics at the TeV scale: extra Higgses and WIMP Dark Matter
- by Filippo Sala (IPhT, Paris Saclay),
*(Friday October 16 16:00)*

- Commuting the mean-field and classical limits in quantum mechanic
- by ClĂ©ment Mouhot (DPMMS),
*(Tuesday October 20 16:00)*

## Job vacancies

- Herchel Smith Postdoctoral Research Fellowships - Physical Sciences (3 posts) (Fixed Term)
- ERC funded Post-Doctoral Research Associate in General Relativity and High Energy Physics (Fixed Term)

## 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.*