Skip to main content
KBS_Icon_questionmark link-ico

Biography

Daniel graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2020 with an MSci in Mathematical Physics, and started his PhD at King's in February 2021. For his 3rd year project at Nottingham, he looked at how to use neural networks to quantify the level of entanglement in a random quantum state. For his 4th year project, he studied the Plebanski formulation of General Relativity (a theory with a Lie algebra valued two-form and a connection as the basic fields instead of a metric) and a family of modified theories which can be obtained from this formulation. He is funded by a Simon’s Foundation funded studentship.

PhD supervision

Principal supervisor: Professor Bobby Acharya