Thomas Ryttov starts as new Associate Professor

September 6, 2013

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September 1, Thomas Aaby Ryttov started as new Associate Professor at CP3-Origins.
Portrait of Thomas Aaby Ryttov

Ryttov received his PhD in 2009 in theoretical physics at the Niels Bohr Institute in 2009. Under the supervision of Prof. Francesco Sannino he worked on various aspects of Technicolor theories and their potential implications for LHC phenomenology. He also made several important contributions to the understanding of the phase diagram for both nonsupersymmetric as well as supersymmetric gauge theories.

After his PhD he spent two postdocs first at the C.N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics, Stony Brook and then at Harvard University. Here he further explored mass generating mechanisms in the context of strongly interacting theories and continued the uncovering of the phase diagram. He finally joined CP3 this September.