PDRA, Stipendiary Lecturer in Physcis
david [dot] marsh1 [at] physics [dot] ox [dot] ac [dot] uk
I am interested in the underlying fundamental structure of the universe and the extent to which this structure may be manifest in experiments and observations. My research is in theoretical high-energy physics; including string theory, cosmology, and particle physics.
(2012 - present) Postdoc at Rudolph Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics, University of Oxford.
(2013 - present ) Stipendiary Lecturer in physics at St John's College, Oxford.
2012 Ph.D. Cornell University.
2007 M.Sc. Uppsala University.
Links to my publications can be found on inspire, and the slides for some of my talks can be found below.
Slides from some seminars:
Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ, USA.
“On decoupling and de-sequestering in stabilized string models”. PDF
Columbia University, New York, NY,USA.
“The Wasteland of Random Supergravities”. PDF
Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France.
“Sequestering in String Compactifications”.PDF
Slides from some conference presentations
Cosmo 2013: Cambridge, England.
“Charting Inflationary Landscapes using Random Matrix Theory”. PDF
SUSY 2013: ICTP, Trieste, Italy.
“Searching for a Cosmic Axion Background”. PDF
String Phenomenology 2012: Cambridge, United Kingdom.
“The Coulomb Gas of Random Supergravities”. Video and PDF
String Phenomenology 2011: Madison, Wisconsin, United States.
“Towards Constraining Affleck-Dine Baryogenesis”. PDF
Saturday Morning Theoretical Physics: Oxford, England.
Presentation for physics alumni (at the 3rd year undergraduate level) on recent work in connecting string theory to reality.
"String theory on the sky". Video
During the academic year 2013-2014, I tutor first year physics students in mechanics, electromagnetism, and special relativity at St John's College. I also give tutorials for second year physics students in electromagnetism and optics.