Mikhail Stephanov, PhD
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845 West Taylor St.
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Professor Stephanov's main area of research is the theory of strong interactions (the forces holding atomic nuclei together) and its applications, such as the physics of neutron stars and heavy-ion collisions.
- Chiral Kinetic Theory, 1207.0747 [hep-th], PhysRevLett.109.162001, 2012
- Sign of kurtosis near the QCD critical point, 1104.1627 [hep-ph],Phys.Rev.Lett.107:052301, 2011
- Conformality Lost, 0905.4752 [hep-th], Phys.Rev.D80:125005, 2009
- QCD and a holographic model of hadrons, hep-ph/0501128,Phys.Rev.Lett.95:261602, 2005
- The Phases of Quantum Chromodynamics (CUP, 2003)
2004-Present, Grant DE-FG0201ER41195, D.O.E.
1999-2004, RHIC Fellowship, RIKEN-BNL Research Center
2001-2003, Outstanding Junior Investigator Award, Department of Energy
2002-2004, Fellowship, Alfred P. Sloan
MS, Physics (1989), Moscow State University
PhD, Physics (1994), University of Oxford