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    Research group of Gergely Endrődi

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Gergely Endrődi
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".


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