Thomas A. Ryttov goes to Harvard

December 2, 2010

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We are proud to announce that Thomas A. RyttovPortrait of Thomas Aaby Ryttov has just been awarded the FI fellowship to join the Center for the Fundamental Laws of Nature, at Harvard University to carry out the project “Origin of Mass in the Universe”. Thomas A. Ryttov has been a very recent Ph.D. student of Sannino.

Thomas is currently postdoc at  C. N. Yang Institute for Theoretical Physics at the State University of New York, Stony Brook. His scientific production with around 17 papers and over 400 citations is outstanding given that he was awarded the PhD title a little more than one year ago. Despite his young age Thomas has already worked, and had a scientific impact, in non-anticommuting N=1/2 supersymmetry, dynamical electroweak symmetry breaking,  the phase diagram of gauge theories of fundamental interactions and models of extended technicolor.