Michele LEVI

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Institut de Physique Théorique    
 CEA Saclay
 Université Paris-Saclay
Office: Bat. 774 - Pièce 21 
           Orme des Merisiers
           91191 Gif-sur-Yvette, France
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My research involves various fields of theoretical physics:
Gravity, Quantum Field Theory, Particle Physics, and Cosmology.
In particular I have been interested in the following research themes:
  • Effective field theories of post-Newtonian gravity.
  • Duality of gauge and gravity theories.
  • Theories of gravity.
  • EFT of large scale structure with neutrinos.
For more details go to my page here.

Brief CV

I am currently hosted by John Joseph M. Carrasco in the String Theory and QFT group @IPhT.

Previously, I was a Lagrange postdoctoral fellow at the ILP, IAP, UPMC - Paris VI.

I earned my B.Sc. in Mathematics and Physics Summa Cum Laude from the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology,

then my M.Sc. in Theoretical Physics from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel. I received my Ph.D. in Physics

from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem for my thesis "Effective Field Theory approach in General Relativity".


See my publications on INSPIRE-HEP.

Lecture Series

Mini-course on the Effective Field Theories of Post-Newtonian Gravity,
4 × 120 mins., Taipei, Taiwan, July 2017.

Conference organized

Theory meets expectations: Nonlinear LSS, IAP/ILP, UPMC, Paris, May 2016

(co-organized with F. Bernardeau, P. Valageas and B. Wandelt, 40 participants).


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