Prof. Ramy Brustein, PhD
Ramy Brustein is Professor of Physics at Ben-Gurion University in Beer-Sheva, Israel.
His research interests are cosmology, string theory, black holes and other space-time continua with causal boundaries. He is particularly concerned with the question of the determination of dark matter, particle physics and cosmology in flow compactifications, quantum correlation and the interpretation of the thermodynamic characteristics of black holes and space-time continua.
From October until December 2011, Ramy Brustein will be active as a visiting fellow at the CAS following an invitation from Prof. Dieter Lüst as part of the CAS research focus "Stringtheory in Context". On 10 October 2011, he will give a lecture along with Professor Siegfried Bethke (Director of the MPI for Physics, Munich) on the topic of "Exploring the Border Lines of Particles and Space" as part of the CAS lecture series "Challenges for Science". In September and October 2013 Ramy Brustein will continue the cooperation with Dieter Lüst.
From November until January, Judith Kupferman, a doctoral student of Ramy Brustein at Ben-Gurion University, will also be residing at the CAS. She is currently in the final year of her doctoral program and will continue her work on this under the supervision of Ramy Brustein here in Munich. In her doctoral thesis, she is investigating the statistical mechanics and thermodynamics of the quantum aspects of black holes.