Prof. Julian Sonner
I obtained my PhD in theoretical physics at the University of Cambridge under the supervision of Prof. Paul Townsend (FRS) and remained there after graduation, as a Fellow of Trinity College splitting my time between DAMTP in Cambridge and the Theory Group of Imperial College in London. I subsequently spent three years in the other Cambridge, as a postdoc at MIT, before joining the faculty at the University of Geneva.
Dr. Arunabha Saha
Post Doc (Ambizione Fellow)
I did my PhD at HRI Allahabad under the supervision of Prof. Rajesh Gopakumar. After that I moved to TIFR Mumbai as a post doctoral fellow in 2014. From 2018 I am an Ambizione fellow in the group of Professor Julian Sonner at University of Geneva.
Dr. Benjamin Withers
I obtained my PhD at Imperial College London under the supervision of Dr Toby Wiseman, before taking an 1851 Royal Commission fellowship at Durham University and a postdoctoral position at the University of Southampton. I spent one year splitting my time between Queen Mary University of London and DAMTP in Cambridge before joining the University of Geneva in October 2016.
I did my undergraduate degree in Physics at Los Andes University, Venezuela, carrying out my thesis work at the Institute of Photonic Sciences - ICFO in Barcelona, Spain under the supervision of Prof. Antonio Acín. For my master's thesis in Geneva I studied different aspects of higher-spin black holes in the context of the AdS/CFT correspondence.
I did my undergraduate and graduate degree at the University of Zagreb, Croatia. I obtained my Master's degree in February 2016. My thesis work was on relativistic nuclear energy density functionals, done under the supervision of Assoc. Prof. Tamara Nikšić. As of October 2016 I am a PhD student at the University of Geneva.
I obtained my undergraduate degree in Physics at the University of Granada, where I did my Bachelor thesis plus an internship on holographic methods applied to BSM physics under the supervision of Prof. M. Perez-Victoria. Since 2017 I am a Master's student in theoretical physics at UniGe, where I currently study aspects of entanglement in CFT's in the frame of AdS/CFT correspondence.
- Dr Antonin Rovai (former postdoc): Université Libre de Bruxelles
- Jérémie Francfort (former undergrad): Perimeter Institute (PSI)
- Yoan Emery (former Master's student): PhD student in Geneva (Prof. Marino's group)