I am a high-energy theoretical physicist, working primarily on problems on the interface of quantum information and quantum gravity. I am currently focusing on the black hole information paradox and what recent insights into its resolution can teach us about quantum cosmology. I am also interested in formal aspects of quantum field theory.
I am a member of the VERITAS and CTA collaborations, pursuing the study of high-energy gamma-rays from astrophysical objects.
I am an experimental particle physicist with broad interests in both the fundamental interactions among particles and the development of detectors to study such interactions.
My research interests are in experimental particle physics and neurobiology. In particle physics, I work with the ALEPH experiment at CERN. In neurobiology, I focus on the neural code between the eyes and brain.
My research interests are mainly in the area of experimental particle physics although I have worked in other scientific areas that can profit from similar technological development.
My research investigates Physics beyond the Standard Model, especially theories with supersymmetry.
Shiva Abbaszadeh’s research focuses on developing new instrumentation, computational approaches, and measurement techniques for radiation detection and biomedical imaging.