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I'm also an Associate Faculty at Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, in Waterloo, Canada.
Thesis title: "Study of Electron Shell Polarization in Heavy Atom Fission in Droplet Model Framework" (in Russian)
Thesis Advisor: Prof. L.N.Ivanov
Dissertation title: "Statistical Mechanics of Cracks; Dualities in Supersymmetric Field Theories; Orientifolds of Type IIB Strings with Discrete B Flux"
Dissertation Advisor: Prof. P.C.Argyres
My research efforts focus on understanding quantum properties of black holes and the origin of our Universe, as described by string theory. Additionally, I'm involved in developing analytical tools in string theory that could shed new light on strong interactions of subatomic particles.
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