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School of Physical and Chemical Sciences

Dr Paolo Pichini


Postdoctoral Research Assistant

Room Number: G. O. Jones Building, Room 604


I am a researcher interested in quantum field theory and scattering amplitudes, in the context of fundamental particles, strings, black holes and more.


Research Interests:

My research is focussed on scattering amplitudes for massive and massless particles with spin. For instance, I have studied connections between a special class of higher-spin theories and Kerr black holes and I have used amplitude methods to compute classical observables relevant to black-hole binary systems. I am also interested in string theory and I am studying string amplitudes involving massive states from subleading Regge trajectories. Moreover, I am interested in the double copy, a perturbative duality between gauge theory and gravity, and in quantum field theory in curved spacetime.


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