Ole Svendsen

Portrait of Ole Svendsen

PhD student

Ole Svendsen has left CP3-Origins - This page is kept here for historical reference.
Phone: (+45) 6550 8618

Short CV

Education & Prizes


  • 2010-2012. Physics teacher, Faaborg Gymnasium (High School)
  • 2012-2013. Research Assistant, CP3-Origins
  • 2013-present. PhD student, CP3-Origins

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Details on PhD Thesis

Gauge Theories of fundamental interactions constitute the back-bone of our understanding of the known forces of Nature, i.e., Gravity, Electromagnetism, Weak and Strong interactions. New forces are awaiting to be discovered, and are expected to be responsible for describing the unknown side of the Universe, the dark side. The thesis work has the ambition to shed light on the perturbative and non-pertubative dynamics of generic gauge theories of fundamental interactions and consequent impact on our understanding of Nature. In particular we will be focussing on extensions of the standard model of particle interactions taking into account the presence of dark matter and simultaneously providing a natural mechanism underpinning the rapid expansion of the Universe after the Big Bang, i.e., inflation.

Research Interests

Inflationary Cosmology, QFT in non-trivial backgrounds, gauge theories, the holographic principle as well as gravity.