Full name: João G. Rosa
Position: Auxiliary FCT Investigator (and guest lecturer at University of Porto)
2010: Doctor of Philosophy in Theoretical Physics, Oxford U. (UK)
Advisor: John March-Russell
2006: Masters in Advanced Studies in Mathematics (Part III), Cambridge U. (UK)
2005: Diploma in Physical and Technological Engineering, IST - Lisbon (Portugal)
2012-2016: Postdoctoral Fellow, Gr@v, Aveiro University.
2010-2012: Postdoctoral Research Assistant, Edinburgh U. (UK)
2009-2010: Graduate Teaching Assistant in Physics, Oriel College, Oxford (UK).
My main research interests are related to particle physics beyond the Standard Model and its relation to gravitational physics. I am particularly interested in models involving supersymmetry and extra-dimensions, namely in the context of string/M-theory. In my research, I am interested in finding new solutions to the several open problems in particle and gravitational physics and in looking for novel experimental/observational signatures. New physical effects, especially in string theory compactifications, may arise at very different energy scales, so my research covers a broad range of topics in cosmology (inflation, baryogenesis, dark matter/energy, string and brane cosmology), black hole physics (superradiance and ultra-light fields, higher-dimensional black holes, information paradox) and LHC phenomenology (string resonances).
You can find here a list of my publications.
A boson named Higgs, Aveiro University, Odisseia pela Física (November 2012)
Boosted black strings bombs, CENTRA- IST (October 2012)
Warm baryogenesis, Perimeter Institute (December 2011)