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Published on Aug 28, 2013
Nicholas Warner is a professor of physics, astronomy and mathematics at USC. His research areas of field theory and string theory are applied in the areas of particle physics, critical phenomena and quantum integrable systems. His most recent research uses the ideas of classical integrable systems and shows how they can be used to understand some of the recent work on the phase structure of the strong interaction in particle physics. Warner is a graduate of Australian National University and the University of Cambridge, and is currently a fellow at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland.