Professor Antonio Rago
Professor of Theoretical Physics
School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
- Particle physics
- Lattice gauge theories
- Computational physics
- Theoretical physics
- Standard model
- Statistical mathematics
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Associate Professor (Reader) in Theoretical Physics
2015–Present Plymouth University, Associate Professor (Reader)
2011–2015 Plymouth University, Lecturer
2009–2011 Wuppertal University, Germany, Postdoc
2007–2009 Swansea University, UK, Postdoc
2003–2007 University of Milano, Italy, Postdoc
2003 University of Torino, Italy, Postdoc
Member of the UKQCD collaboration:
The purpose of the UKQCD Collaboration is to procure and jointly exploit computing facilities for lattice field theory calculations whose primary aim is to increase the predictive power of the Standard Model of elementary particle interactions through numerical simulation of Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD).
My Specialist Subjects are:
Particle Physics, Lattice Gauge Theories, Critical Phenomena, Statistical Mechanics.
- Beyond the Standard Model Physics.
- Lattice Gauge Theories coupled to matter and string breaking.
- Confinement, k-string fluctuations and large N expansion.
- Perturbative aspects of QCD in the framework of Lattice regularisation.
- Perturbed Conformal Field Theories in d = 2.
Key publications are highlightedJournals
Reports & invited lectures
A selection of the talks and invited lectures I have given in the last few years:
(July 2014) Geneve CERN Conceptual advances in lattice gauge theory (LGT14) “Renormalization of the energy-momentum tensor with the Wilson flow”
(May 2014) Southampton “Critical exponents for the 3d Ising model from conformalbootstrap”
(Sept 2013) Plymouth GRAPHENE Theory Meets Experiments “Lattice and Graphene”Glasgow UKQCD Meeting “Could the Higgs be a composite particle? Investigation on the lattice of a BSM extension.”
(Sept 2012) Swansea Strong and Electroweak Matter “Non perturbative Investigationof conformality in SU(2) with two adjoint fermions.”