Mikhail Stephanov, PhD
Building & Room:
845 West Taylor St.
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