Professor Michael Green
FRS | Professor of Theoretical Physics
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgRoom Number: G. O. Jones Building, Room 305
I have long-standing interestes in areas of theoretical physics centered on quantum field theory, elementary particle physics, string theory and quantum gravity. I also have interests in related areas of condensed matter and statistical physics. In recent yeares my interest in string theory has brought me close to areas of mathematics, such as algebraic geometry and number theory.
Although I have retired from my position in Cambridge I am delighted to have returned to Queen Mary and to participate in the activities of CRST, which provides a verfy stimulating research environment.
2017 - Professor, CRST, Physics Dept., Queen Mary University of London
2009 - 2016 Lucasian Professor of Mathematics, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Cambridge University.
1993 - 2009 John Humphrey Plummer Professor of Theoretical Physics, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Cambridge University.
1985 - 1993 Professor of Physics, Queen Mary College, London.
1979 - 1985 Lecturer in Physics, Queen Mary College, London.
1977 - 1979 SRC Advanced Fellow, Dept. of Theoretical Physics, Oxford.
1972 - 77 SRC PDRA, Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge.
1970 - 72 Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton.
1970 Ph.D. in Elementary Particle Theory, University of Cambridge
1967 B.A. in Natural Sciences (Theoretical Physics), University of Cambridge
Awards and Honours
Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics 2014
Honorary Fellowship, Institute of Physics, 2013
Honorary Fellowship, Churchill College, Cambridge, 2011
Honorary Fellowship, Clare Hall, Cambridge, 2010
Naylor Prize, London Mathematical Society, 2007
Honorary D.Sc., Queen Mary, University of London, 2004
Dirac Medal and Prize, Institute of Physics, 2004
Dannie Heinemann Prize, American Physical Society, 2002
Fellowship of the Royal Society, 1989
Dirac Medal, International Centre for Theoretical Physics, 1989
Maxwell Medal and Prize (Institute of Physics), 1987
William Hopkins Prize (Cambridge Philosophical Society), 1987
My current research is concerned with detailed connections between conformal field theory and string theory.
This has strong connections with my long-term interest in perturbative and non-perturbative aspects of string theory and the mathematical structure of string scattering amplitudes.
C. Wen, D. Dorigoni, S. Pufu, S. Chester,Yifan Wang
J. Schwarz, E. Witten, C.B. Thorne, G. Veneziano, M.A. Virasoro, P.West, G.W. Gibbons, C.M. Hull, N. Seiberg, J. Polchinski, C. Bachas, A. Schwimmer, M. Dougla, M. Gaberdiel, M. Bianchi, R. Gopakumar, P. Townsend, N. Lambert, G. Papadopoulos, E. Rabinovici, L. Baulieu, T. Banks, G. Moore, J. Harvey, S. Sethi, N. Berkovits, P. Vanhove, J. Russo, S. Miller, E. D’Hoker, B. Pioline, R. Russo,
Examples of research funding:
STFC Consolidated Grant: "Amplitudes, Strings and Duality" ST/T000686/1, A Brandhuber (PI), DS Berman, M Buican, MB Green, RJF Monteiro, C Papageorgakis, MG Perry, S Ramgoolam, R Russo, G Travaglini, C White, GBP890,210 (2020-2023).
Partial list of previous grants
Leverhume emeritus fellowship 2017-2019
European Research Council Advanced Grant 2010-2014 "Properties and Application of the Gauge/Gravity Correspondence"
PI on STFC rolling grant in Theoretical Particle Physics in DAMTP, Cambridge, 1995-2010
Node leader on successive EU Network grants at QM and DAMTP 1987-2000
My list of publications: