Several of our academics discuss their research interests and how these interests fit in with our Theoretical Physics MSc. Read on to find out more and view the videos. We are currently accepting new applications for the 2020-21 academic year.
CRST members Sanjaye Ramgoolam, Matthew Buican, David Vegh, and Ricardo Monteiro discuss their research and how it relates to the taught modules and projects offered on our Theory MSc course. The director of the program, Rodolfo Russo, gives a general introduction to the program as well.
Our Theory MSc teaches the pillars of modern theoretical physics through four exciting taught modules on quantum field theory and a variety of excellent modules on the topics of string theory, general relativity, cosmology, and differential geometry.
We also offer MSc projects on a fantastically wide variety of topics at the forefront of theoretical physics.
To see the videos, click on the links below.
Sanjaye Ramgoolam: String Theory, AdS/CFT, and Permutations
Matthew Buican: Symmetry and QFT
David Vegh: AdS/CFT and the Black Hole Information Paradox
Ricardo Monteiro: Scattering and the Double Copy
For an introduction to the program, see Rodolfo Russo's video.