Research Profile for Doikou Anastasia

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Theoretical and Mathematical High Energy Physics, Quantum Gravity and Integrability
Department of Computer Engineering and Informatics
Research Activity
Theoretical and Mathematical High Energy Physics,
Classical and Quantum Integrability
Theoretical and Mathematical High Energy Physics, Quantum Gravity and Integrability.

In particular:

• Dualities in string and field theories.
• Gauge/gravity correspondence.
• Low-energy effective supergravities.
• Black-hole physics.
• Quantum and classical integrable models.
• Quantum groups.
• Statistical and Mathematical Physics.
• Conformal field theory.
Research Infrastructure
Konstadinos Sfetsos, Professor of Physics,
Anastasia Doikou, Lecturer.

PhD students:
Konstadinos Siampos,
Vaios Blatzios,
Nikolaos Karaiskos.
Research Activities
Recent selected publications:

1. Stability issues with baryons in AdS/CFT.
Authors: K. Sfetsos and K. Siampos.
JHEP 0808 (2008) 071, arXiv:0807.0236 [hep-th].

2. Holographic approach to deformations of NS5-brane distributions and exact CFTs
A. Fotopoulos, P.M. Petropoulos, N. Prezas and K. Sfetsos.
JHEP 0802 (2008) 087, arXiv:0712.1912 [hep-th].

3. Stability of strings dual to flux tubes between static quarks in N=4 SYM.
S.D. Avramis, K. Sfetsos and K. Siampos.
Nucl. Phys. B769 (2007) 44-78, hep-th/0612139

4. A_n^(1) affine Toda field theories with integrable boundary conditions revisited.
A. Doikou, JHEP05 (2008) 091, arXiv:0803.0943

5. From affine Hecke algebras to boundary symmetries,
A. Doikou.
Nucl. Phys. B725 (2005) 493-530, math-ph/0409060.

6. General boundary conditions for the sl(N) and sl(M|N) open spin chains.
D. Arnaudon, J. Avan, N. Crampe, A. Doikou, L. Frappat, E. Ragoucy.
J. Stat. Mech. 0408 (2004) P005, math-ph/0406021.
Research papers and projects with scientists based on:

1. France (Ecole Polytechnique, Ecole Normale
Superieure, LAPTH-Annecy, LPTM-U. Cergy-Pontoise)
2. Switzerland (CERN, Neuchatel and Bern)
3. Italy (INFN-U. Turin, INFN-U. Bologna)
4. Belgium(U. Leuven)
5. USA (Caltech)
6. G. Britain (Imperial College)
Additional Information
FP7 research themes for potential involvement:

Basic fundamental research in High Energy Physics, Quantum Gravity and Integrability.