Author Archives: cosmobryony

Martin Kunz

I went to the same high school (Aarau) and university (ETHZ) as Einstein. Einstein then had to find a real job and revolutionized physics, while I did a Ph.D. in Geneva (with Ruth Durrer) and after three years in Oxford … Continue reading

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Dragan Huterer

I was born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (then a part of Yugoslavia). I became interested in physics in high-school, and my dream soon became to study physics in the United States and become a physicist. I was accepted to … Continue reading

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Marina Vinhas Cortês

I started out my career as a professional classical dancer.  I then studied theoretical physics as an undergraduate in Lisbon (Portugal), went on to do my PhD in Cosmology with Andrew Liddle in Sussex (UK) and did my first postdoc … Continue reading

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Roberto Trotta

I grew up in the Italian speaking part of Switzerland and was an undergraduate at ETH Zurich, before moving to Geneva University for my PhD with Ruth Durrer. I have been the Lockyer Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society at … Continue reading

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Ravi K. Sheth

I grew up in Bombay, India. When I was 18, I left India to go to Haverford College, just outside Philadelphia, because one could (still can) play cricket there.  An astronomer there, Bruce Partridge, told me that if I wanted … Continue reading

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Claudia Quercellini

I was born in Rome, in 1976. After a diploma in classical studies I graduated in Physics at University “Sapienza” of Rome. My Ph.D. was then carried on both at the Observatory of Rome and in UK (with two Marie … Continue reading

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Nima Khosravi

I am from Tehran, Iran. I have got my BSc in electrical engineering from University of Tehran. Then due to my interest in theoretical subjects I went to Shahid Beheshti University (SBU) where I got my MSc and PhD. After … Continue reading

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