Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics
S 223 62 Lund
phone: +46 46 222 31 92
My main research interests are in high-energy Particle Physics and Cosmology. Theoretical QCD approach to soft and diffractive processes in pp
collisions at LHC. Analysis of vast diffractive phenomenology at the
LHC including central and forward exclusive particle/jets production
processes. Exclusive QCD backgrounds for the New Physics signals at
the LHC. Diffractive Monte-Carlo development.
These primarily concern the following topics:
Precision study of polarization effects and their sensitivity to
QCD production mechanisms and the higher-order QCD corrections in
the heavy quarkonia and jets spectra at the LHC. Theoretical aspects
of QCD factorisation.
Analysis of extensions of the Standard Model without the low-scale
supersymmetry. LHC phenomenology of extra gauge and Higgs bosons.
cosmological implications of new symmetries and light Dark Matter
components. Combined analysis of collider and astrophysical
observables of the Dark Matter and other New Physics signals.
Stability and dynamics of the Vacuum in the Standard Model and
beyond; formation and dynamical properties of the Dark Energy,
cosmological Perturbation Theory and the Cosmic Microwave background
studies; astrophysical implications and consequences of the QCD and
electro-weak vacuum dynamics in Early Universe.
I teach the following courses at Lund University:
Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics