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Faculty of Mathematics

 

Career

  • 2021-present: PhD in Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, DAMTP, University of Cambridge
  • 2020-2021: MSc in Mathematics, University of Heidelberg
  • 2019-2020: MASt in Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (Part III Maths), University of Cambridge
  • 2016-2019: BSc in Mathematics, University of Heidelberg

Research

Simon is a PhD student in the High Energy Physics group at DAMTP and a St. John's College member. He is supervised by Professor David Skinner and his current research focus is on topological strings, twistors and celestial holography.

Teaching

  • Easter Term 2021: Part III Classical and Quantum Solitons
  • Michaelmas Term 2021: Part III Quantum Field Theory
  • Michaelmas Term 2021: Part III Seminar Series
  • Lent Term 2022: Part III String Theory
  • Lent Term 2022: Part III Seminar Series
  • Easter Term 2022: Part IA Vectors and Matrices
  • Michaelmas Term 2022: Part III Quantum Field Theory
  • Lent Term 2023: Part III String Theory
  • Michaelmas Term 2023: Part III Quantum Field Theory
  • Lent Term 2024: Part III String Theory
  • Easter Term 2024: Part IA Vectors and Matrices

Publications

On AdS4 deformations of celestial symmetries
R Bittleston, G Bogna, S Heuveline, A Kmec, L Mason, D Skinner
– Journal of High Energy Physics
(2024)
2024,
10
The celestial chiral algebra of self-dual gravity on Eguchi-Hanson space
R Bittleston, S Heuveline, D Skinner
– Journal of High Energy Physics
(2023)
2023,
8
Moyal deformations, W(1+8 )and celestial holography
W Bu, S Heuveline, D Skinner
– Journal of High Energy Physics
(2022)
2022,
11
Riemannian Statistics Meets Random Matrix Theory: Toward Learning From High-Dimensional Covariance Matrices
S Said, S Heuveline, C Mostajeran
– IEEE Transactions on Information Theory
(2022)
69,
472
Chapter 10 - Gaussian distributions on Riemannian symmetric spaces of nonpositive curvature
S Heuveline, S Said, C Mostajeran
(2022)
Gaussian Distributions on Riemannian Symmetric Spaces in the Large N Limit
S Heuveline, S Said, C Mostajeran
(2021)

Research Group

High Energy Physics

Room

B0.09