Hi. I'm a theoretical particle physicist working in the field of lattice field theory. The lattice approach is a numerical method through
which we can systematically investigate the elementary particles of nature. I'm particularly interested in the physics of quarks and gluons
in extreme conditions: high temperatures, high densities and strong background fields. The questions I address in my research are relevant
for the description of dense neutron stars
, for explaining the gravitational waves
originating from the first seconds of our Universe,
as well as for modeling high-energy heavy-ion collisions
I'm a W2-professor at the Faculty of Physics in the
Theoretical high-energy group
and a principal investigator in the Collaborative Research Center CRC-TR 211
of the Universities Bielefeld, Darmstadt and Frankfurt.
Furthermore, I have been the head of the recently completed
Emmy Noether junior research group
I have recently received a Consolidator Grant
from the European Research Council.
Some help with Hungarian language: my first name is pronounced as "gergey" and can be shortened to Gergő "gergø".
Faculty of Physics
University of Bielefeld
Link to PEVZ