Sean S. Cooper - NOTE: THIS PAGE IS CURRENTLY OUT OF DATE. It will be updated ASAP (hopefully before April) - SC
I'm currently studying for a Theoretical Physics MSci at Queen Mary University of London and plan to graduate this summer with a high first-class. After I graduate I hope to move on to postgraduate research where I can continue to study string theory, gauge theories and gravity.
String theory is a topic I've been curious about for a while. This year I've had the chance to begin studying it properly, and am currently completing a research project entitled Double Field Theory and Closed String T-Duality under the supervision of Prof. David S Berman.
Last year I completed a review project entitled Neutrino Oscillation Detection at the T2K Experiment under the supervision of Dr Teppei Katori.
Cooper, Sean S., “Neutrino Oscillation Detection at the T2K Experiment”, 2016.
In 2014 I was awarded the E.J. Wignall Memorial Prize for outstanding academic achievement.
Last semester I completed the following postgraduate taught modules:
- Advanced Topics in Classical Field Theory
- Relativistic Waves and Quantum Fields
- Relativity and Gravitation
- String Theory and Branes
- Advanced Quantum Field Theory
- Functional Methods in Quantum Field Theory