University of Oxford
Andrew Wiles Building
Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
My fundamental research interest is how mathematics is used to describe our physical world and how it constrains it. An ideal object for this study is conformal field theory, which has a wide range of physical applications but simultaneously a mathematical structure that supports many powerful methods, giving results beyond what is possible in other theories. In particular, I am interested in what we can learn from study the analytic structure of conformal field theories, using the ideas and methods of conformal bootstrap.
2019-2020: Stipendiary lecturer in Physics at Lincoln college. Quantum mechanics, Mathematical methods.
2016-2019: MMathPhys: Quantum field theory, String theory, Conformal field theory.
2018-2019: Mathematics Prelims: Geometry, Dynamics, Fourier series and PDEs, Constructive mathematics.
Prizes, awards, and scholarships:
2016-2020. Clarendon Scholarship.
2016-2019. Marvin Bower Scholarship.
2016. Examiners' prize in Mathematical and Theoretical Physics.
Major / recent publications:
J. Henriksson, S. Kousvos and A. Stergiou, Analytic and numerical bootstrap of CFTs with O(m)×O(n) global symmetry in 3D (preprint), arXiv:2004.14388.