The resume has 3 parts.

Part 1 gives general background information such as education,teaching, and service.

Part 2 summarizes external activities, such as extended visits at other institutions and presentations at conferences.

Part 3 is a list of publications.




  1. The Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton), Mar. 1996.
  2. The Niels Bohr Institute (Copenhagen), Aug.1996.
  3. Queen Mary and Westfield College (London), Jan. 1997.
  4. DAMTP, Cambridge University (UK), Jan. 1997.
  5. Imperial College (London), Feb. 1997.
  6. Tufts University, Apr. 1997.
  7. Ecole Polytechnique (Paris), June 1997.
  8. The European Centre for Particle Physics (CERN), July 1997.
  9. The Niels Bohr Institute (Copenhagen), July 1997.
  10. Brandeis University, Sep. 1997.
  11. Boston University, Sep. 1997.
  12. Brown University, Sep. 1997.
  13. University of Chicago, Oct. 1997.
  14. Penn State University, Dec. 1997.
  15. Massachussetts Institute of Technology, Dec. 1997.
  16. Harvard University, Dec. 1997.
  17. University of Michigan, Jan. 1998.
  18. California Institute of Technology, Feb. 1998.
  19. Institute for Theoretical Physics (Santa Barbara), Mar. 1998.
  20. University of Maryland (College Park), Mar. 1998.
  21. University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign), Apr. 1998.
  22. Argonne National Laboratory, Oct. 1998.
  23. UC Berkeley, Feb. 1999.
  24. Stanford Linear Accelerator Centre (SLAC), Feb. 1999.
  25. California Institute of Technology, Mar. 1999.
  26. UC Santa Barbara, Apr. 1999.
  27. UC Los Angeles, Apr. 1999.
  28. Harvard University, Apr. 1999.
  29. Institute for Theoretical Physics (Santa Barbara), Sep. 1999.
  30. Cornell University, Oct. 1999.
  31. University of Michigan, Oct. 1999.
  32. University of Minnesota, Nov. 1999.
  33. Purdue University, Jan. 2000.
  34. University of Pennsylvania, Jan. 2000.
  35. The C.N. Yang Institute (SUNY, Stonybrook), Feb. 2000.
  36. The Niels Bohr Institute (Copenhagen), Feb. 2000.
  37. Odense University (Denmark), Feb. 2000.
  38. Ohio State University, Mar. 2000.
  39. Indiana University (Bloomington), Sep.2000.
  40. Argonne National Laboratory, Oct.2000.
  41. Syracuse University, Feb.2001.
  42. Princeton University, Mar. 2001.
  43. Rutgers University, Mar. 2001.
  44. University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee), May. 2001.
  45. Fermi National Laboratory, May. 2001.
  46. University of Toronto, Feb. 2002.
  47. University of Sussex, Feb. 2002.
  48. Cambridge University, March 2002.
  49. University of Chicago, May 2002.


  1. Mass Gap of O(N) Sigma-models in 2D: Support for Exact Results From 1/N-expansion. Phys. Lett. B266 (1991): 92-98. (With H. Flyvbjerg).
  2. Magnetic Susceptibility of O(N) Sigma-models in 2D: Weak Coupling Results From 1/N-expansion. Phys. Lett B266 (1991): 99-106. (With H. Flyvbjerg).
  3. Efficient Evaluation of Feynman Diagrams on Lattices. Comp. Phys. Comm. 69 (1992): 59-64. (With H. Flyvbjerg).
  4. Geometric and Renormalized Entropy in Conformal Field Theory. Nucl. Phys. B424 (1994): 443-467. hep-th/9403108 . (With C. Holzhey and F. Wilczek).
  5. Geometric Entropy, Wave Functionals, and Fermions. Ann. Phys. 243 (1995): 280-298. hep-th/9408089 . hep-th/9408089. (With F. Wilczek).
  6. Renormalization of Black Hole Entropy and of the Gravitational Coupling Constant. Nucl. Phys. B458 (1996): 249-266. hep-th/9506066. (With F. Wilczek).
  7. Internal Structure of Black Holes. Phys. Lett. B375 (1996): 37-42. hep-th/9511064. (With F. Wilczek).
  8. Classical Hair in String Theory I: General Formulation. Nucl. Phys. B475 (1996): 627-644. hep-th/9604134. (With F. Wilczek).
  9. On D-Branes and Black Holes in Four Dimensions. Nucl. Phys. B478 (1996): 199-208. hep-th/9604189. (With V. Balasubramanian).
  10. Classical Hair in String Theory II: Explicit Calculation. Nucl. Phys. B488 (1996): 261-281. hep-th/9609089. (With F. Wilczek).
  11. Extremal Branes as Elementary Particles. Nucl. Phys. B495 (1997): 206-218. hep-th/9610077. (With V. Balasubramanian).
  12. Resolution of Cosmological Singularities in String Theory. Phys. Rev. D55 (1997): 4591-4595. hep-th/9610252. (With F. Wilczek).
  13. A String Model of Black Hole Microstates.Phys. Rev. D56 (1997): 1005-1008. hep-th/9702153.
  14. Relativistic Brane Scattering. Nucl. Phys. B506 (1997): 61-83. hep-th/9703039. (With V. Balasubramanian).
  15. Branes at Angles and Black Holes.Phys. Rev. D57 (1997): 3509-3528. hep-th/9704143. (With V. Balasubramanian and R. G. Leigh).
  16. General Rotating Black Holes in String Theory: Greybody Factors and Event Horizons. Phys. Rev. D56 (1997): 4994-5007. hep-th/9705192. (With M. Cvetic).
  17. Greybody Factors for Rotating Black Holes in Four Dimensions. Nucl. Phys. B506 (1997): 107-120. hep-th/9706071. (With M. Cvetic).
  18. Gauge Theory, Geometry, and the large N limit. Nucl. Phys. B526 (1998): 415-431. hep-th/9712077. (With V. Balasubramanian and R. Gopakumar).
  19. Greybody Factors for Black Holes in Four Dimensions: Particles with Spin. Phys. Rev. D56 (1998): 6297-6310. hep-th/9712118. (With M. Cvetic).
  20. Near Horizon Geometry and Black Holes in Four Dimensions. Nucl. Phys. B528 (1998): 229-237. hep-th/9802198. (With V. Balasubramanian).
  21. Near Horizon Geometry of Rotating Black Holes in Five Dimensions. Nucl. Phys. B531 (1998): 239-255. hep-th/9805097. (With M. Cvetic).
  22. Microstates of Four-dimensional Rotating Black Holes from Near Horizon Geometry. Phys. Rev. Lett. 82 (1999): 484-487. hep-th/9805146. (With M. Cvetic).
  23. The Perturbation Spectrum of Black Holes in N=8 Supergravity. Nucl. Phys. B536 (1998): 258-278. hep-th/9805208.
  24. Field Theory on the Coulomb Branch from Rotating Branes. Jour. High. Ener. Phys. 9903:003.hep-th/9811120. (With P. Kraus and S. Trivedi).
  25. String Theory in Magnetic Monopole Backgrounds. Nucl. Phys. B550 (1999): 183-213. hep-th/9812027. (With D. Kutasov and R. G. Leigh).
  26. U(1) Charges and Moduli in the D1-D5 System. Jour. High. Ener. Phys. 9906: 019. hep-th/9905064. (With E. Martinec).
  27. The Gravitational Action in Asymptotically AdS and Flat Space. Nucl. Phys. B536 (1999): 259-278. hep-th/9906127. (With P. Kraus and R. Siebelink).
  28. Currents and Moduli in the (4,0) Theory. Jour. High. Ener. Phys. 9911: 002. hep-th/9909088. (With E. Martinec).
  29. Rotating Kaluza-Klein Monopoles. Nucl. Phys. B575 (2000): 211-230. hep-th/9909102.
  30. D-branes and Strings as Noncommutative Solitons. Jour. High. Ener. Phys. 0007: 042. hep-th/0005031. (With J. Harvey, P.Kraus, and E. Martinec).
  31. Tensionless Branes and Discrete Gauge Symmetry. Phys. Rev. D63:0026002 (2001). hep-th/0008064. (With J. Harvey and P.Kraus).
  32. Partition Sums and Entropy Bounds in Weakly Coupled CFT.Jour. High. Ener. Phys. 0101: 001. hep-th/0009244. (With D. Kutasov).
  33. Exact Noncommutative Solitons. Jour. High. Ener. Phys. 0012: 024. hep-th/0010060. (With J. Harvey and P.Kraus).
  34. Boundary String Field Theory of the DDbar System. hep-th/0012198. (With P.Kraus).
  35. Loop Corrected Tachyon Condensation. hep-th/0105227. (With B. Craps and P. Kraus).
  36. DeSitter Holography and the Cosmic Microwave Background. hep-th/0202127. (With R.G.Leigh and J.P.van der Schaar).


  38. 1/N Expansions of Sigma-models in 2 and 4 Dimensions. In the Proceedings of LATTICE '91, Nucl. Phys. (proc. Suppl.) B20 (1991):44-47. (with H. Flyvbjerg and C. Kristjansen).
  39. Black Hole Horizons and the Thermodynamics of Strings. In the Proceedings of SUSY '97 and STRINGS '97. Nucl. Phys. (proc. suppl.) B68 (1998):55-65. hep-th/9708090. (With M. Cvetic).
  40. Anti-deSitter Spaces and Nonextreme Black Holes. In the Proceedings of PASCOS'98, World Scientific (1998), 674-682. hep-th/9806071.
  41. Kaluza-Klein Black Holes in String Theory. In the Proceedings of PASCOS'99, World Scientific (to appear). hep-th/0002116.
  42. Fundamental Strings as Noncommutative Solitons. In the Proceedings of STRINGS 2000. hep-th/0010181.


  44. Black Holes with Classical Hair in String Theory. Ph. D. thesis, Princeton University (1996). Unpublished.
  45. Black Hole. In the McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 1998.
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