M. Sc. in Physics at Humboldt University, Berlin, 2020
Master’s thesis: “Two-Point Function in N=4 Super Yang-Mills with Wilson-Line Defect”, with J. Plefka and T. Klose and in collaboration with P. Liendo (DESY, Hamburg)
B. Sc. in Physics, at Humboldt University, Berlin, 2018
Freelance photographer, since 2012
I am working with Prof. Dr. Jan Plefka and Dr. Valentina Forini on non-perturbative aspects of Wilson loops in supersymmetric theories. Analytic conformal bootstrap methods were recently developed for studying the strong coupling sector of N=4 Super Yang-Mills (SYM), and our aim is to extend these techniques to defect theories, i.e. where an extended object such as a Wilson loop is present in the vacuum and breaks the conformal symmetry. In addition, I will study the Nicolai map, which is a non-linear and non-local transformation of the functional measure of interacting supersymmetric theories to the one of a free Maxwell theory. This is particularly interesting in the context of 1/2-BPS Wilson loops, since the latter can be shown to be an invariant of the Nicolai map. The aim is to exploit this property for studying non-perturbative properties of N=4 SYM and of Wilson loops.
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