Chris joined EIP having completed a PhD in Mathematics at Durham University. His area of study was high energy physics, from quantum field theory to string theory. Specifically, the aim of his research was to reformulate non-abelian gauge theory as a string theory with a non-standard interaction.
Chris also has a MSci in physics with theoretical physics from the University of Nottingham, where he was awarded prizes for academic achievement.
- 18 June 2018
Journal of High Energy Physics, Intersection of world-lines on curved surfaces and path-ordering of the Wilson loop (link)
Education and qualifications
Postgraduate Certificate in Intellectual Property, Bournemouth University
2014 — 2018
PhD in Mathematics, Durham University
2010 — 2014
MSci in Physics with Theoretical Physics, University of Nottingham
- 2019 — present
Awards and recognition
- The Salmon Prize for outstanding achievement during his MSci (placing within the top three students in the year)
- PWC high achiever award for gaining the highest overall mark in the first year of his MSci