Jarah Evslin received two B.S. degrees in physics and in mathematics from the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, Calif, USA, in 1997. May 2001, he received a Ph.D. degree in physics from the University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, Calif, USA, where he worked with Saul Perlmutter (1998), Marty Halpern (1999-2000), and Hitoshi Murayama (2001). He serves as an Associate Professor at the Institute of High Energy Physics in Beijing, which is part of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. His research interests included solutions and topological aspects of string theory, supersymmetric gauge theories, and black hole physics. Recently, his interests have extended into cosmology and neutrino physics.
Biography Updated on 23 October 2012