Gordan Krnjaic

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Phd: Johns Hopkins University 2012

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Email: gkrnjaic@perimeterinstitute.ca
Phone: x7502

Research Interests

My research interests are in theoretical particle physics and cosmology beyond the standard model. Recently my focus has been on building models of dark matter that give rise to testable signals at existing and upcoming experiments. I am also interested in LHC physics and have recently built models of supersymmetry at the electroweak scale that are naturally consistent with current LHC results.

Awards

  • Fermilab Fellowship in Theoretical Physics

Seminars

  • Next Generation Electron Beam Experiments, MIT
  • Next Generation Electron Beam Experiments, Boston University
  • Next Generation Electron Beam Experiments, Harvard University
  • Gauging the Way to MFV, UC Davis
  • Gauging the Way to MFV, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Gauging the Way to MFV, McGill University
  • Very Light Axigluons and the Top Asymmetry, Johns Hopkins University
  • Weak Triplet, Color Octet Scalars, Fermilab
  • Gauging the Way to MFV, 2012-10-15, Particle Physics
  • PIRSA:11120063, Very Light Axigluons and the Top Asymmetry, 2011-12-12, Particle Physics