Christopher Herzog
YITP, Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11784
Office: Mathematics Building, room 6116B

Much of my research has been devoted to studying AdS/CFT Correspondence and more generally gauge/gravity dualities. I would like to find a way of understanding strongly interacting field theories, for example QCD at low energy, using string theory. Take a look at my publications for more details. Or you might want to listen to some of my online talks. There's An Introduction to Holographic Superconductivity and Limits of Entanglement Entropy for example.

I'm an associate professor at the Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics here at Stony Brook. From 2007 until 2011, I was an assistant professor at Princeton University. Before that, I was a postdoc at the University of Washington in Seattle and at the KITP in Santa Barbara. I received my Ph.D from Princeton in 2002, where my advisor was Igor Klebanov.

Construction Sites:

Exceptional Collections Page

Quark Damping Page

Numerical metrics on dP3

Holographic superconductors

My Classes:

Physics 105, fall 2007 (first year honors mechanics)

Physics 305, fall 2008 (second semester quantum mechanics)

Physics 305, fall 2009 (second semester quantum mechanics)

Physics 403, spring 2011 (mathematical methods of physics)

String Theory, spring 2015

Fun Events:

2013-14 Stonybrook Science Playwriting Competition

2012-13 Stonybrook Science Playwriting Competition

2010-11 Princeton Science Playwriting Contest