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Christopher Brust

Portrait de Christopher Brust

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Email: cbrust@perimeterinstitute.ca

Research Interests

I study new physics opportunities at the LHC and beyond, as well as the AdS/CFT correspondence as a tool for learning about both strong coupling and quantum gravity.

Positions Held

  • 2010 - 2014 Department of Physics, University of Maryland College Park Faculty Research Assistant
  • 2009 - 2014 Department of Physics and Astronomy, Johns Hopkins University Graduate Student

Awards

  • Rowland Prize for Innovation and Excellence in Teaching

Recent Publications

  • Christopher Brust, David E. Kaplan and Matthew T. Walters, "New Light Species and the CMB", JHEP 1312 (2013) 058, 1303.5379
  • Christopher Brust, Andrey Katz and Raman Sundrum: "SUSY Stops at a Bump", JHEP 1208 (2012) 059, 1206.2353
  • Christopher Brust, Andrey Katz, Scott Lawrence and Raman Sundrum: "SUSY, the Third Generation and the LHC", JHEP 1203 (2012) 103, 1110.6670
  • Christopher Brust, "Resurgent Supersymmetry and String Theory", 1408.4833

Seminars

  • Discovering New Physics with Non-Isolated Leptons, Boost 2014, University College London
  • New Light Species and the CMB, Astroparticle Physics Workshop, Columbia University
  • New Light Species and the CMB, Princeton University
  • New Light Species and the CMB, Fermilab
  • New Light Species and the CMB, University of Washington
  • New Light Species and the CMB, California Institute of Technology
  • New Light Species and the CMB, Argonne National Lab
  • New Light Species and the CMB, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • New Light Species and the CMB, Cornell University
  • New Light Species and the CMB, Stanford University
  • New Light Species and the CMB, Rutgers University
  • New Light Species and the CMB, University of Maryland
  • New Light Species and the CMB, Brookhaven Forum 2013, Brookhaven National Lab
  • Naturalness and the LHC, Pheno 2013, University of Pittsburgh
  • New Light Species and the CMB, Joint between University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University
  • Naturalness and the LHC, Johns Hopkins University
  • PIRSA:13110051, New Light Species and the CMB - Joint Cosmology/Particle Physics Seminar, 2013-11-19, Particle Physics