Henriette Elvang

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Henriette Elvang

Associate Professor

Office Location(s): 3428 Randall
Phone: 734.615.6408
elvang@umich.edu

  • Fields of Study
    • Theoretical High Energy Physics
  • About

    Professor Elvang works on aspects of quantum field theory, supersymmetry, gravity, and particle physics. Her research interests reside at the interface between particle physics, general relativity, and string theory. Currently, she is working on new methods for calculating scattering processes and on problems related to understanding fundamental properties of quantum field theories.

    Before joining Michigan in September 2009, Professor Elvang was a postdoctoral member at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton (2008-09) and a Pappalardo Postdoctoral Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2005-08). She received her Ph.D. from the University of California Santa Barbara in 2005.

    NSF CAREER Award 2010-15
    Cottrell Scholar 2013-15

    Selected Publications

    On renormalization group flows and the a-theorem in 6d, (H. Elvang, D. Z. Freedman, L.-Y. Hung, M. Kiermaier, R. C. Myers and S. Theisen), Jour. High. Ener. Phys. 1210, 011 (2012) [arXiv:1205.3994 [hep-th]].

    E7(7) Constraints on Counterterms in N=8 Supergravity, (N. Beisert, H. Elvang, D. Z. Freedman, M. Kiermaier, A. Morales, S. Stieberger), Phys. Lett. B 694, 265-271 (2010) [arXiv:1009.1643 [hep-th]].

    A Simple Approach to Counterterms in N=8 Supergravity, (H. Elvang, D. Z. Freedman, M. Kiermaier), Jour. High. Ener. Phys. 1011, 016 (2010) [arXiv:1003.5018 [hep-th]]

    Semi-Direct Gauge Mediation with the 4-1 Model, (H. Elvang, B. Wecht), Jour. High. Ener. Phys. 0906:026, e-Print: arXiv:0904.4431 [hep-ph], (2009) [arXiv:0904.4431 [hep-ph]].

    Generating Tree Amplitudes in N=4 SYM and N=8 SG., (M. Bianchi, H. Elvang, D. Z. Freedman), Jour. High. Ener. Phys. 0809:063 (2008) arXiv:0805.0757 [hep-th].

    Black Saturn, (H. Elvang, P. Figueras), Jour. High. Ener. Phys. 0705:050 (2007) [hep-th/0701035].

    Supersymmetric 4-D Rotating Black Holes from 5-D Black Rings, (H. Elvang, R. Emparan, D. Mateos, H. S. Reall), Jour. High. Ener. Phys. 0508:042 (2005) [hep-th/0504125].

    A Supersymmetric Black Ring, (H. Elvang, R. Emparan, D. Mateos, H. S. Reall), Phys. Rev. Lett. 93:211302 (2004) [hep-th/0407065].

  • Education
    • University of Copenhagen B.Sc. 1998 and M.Sc. 2001
    • University of California Santa Barbara Ph.D. 2005