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Matthew Baumgart

Assistant Professor
Faculty, TEMPE Campus, Mailcode 1504
Biography: 

Baumgart is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics.  He is a high energy theorist, interested in particle physics, cosmology, and gravity.  His research employs effective field theory, a formalism that efficiently selects relevant degrees of freedom at an energy scale of interest.  He applies it to topics in beyond the Standard Model particle physics and questions about cosmological spacetimes.  

 

Education: 
  • Ph.D. Harvard University 2009
  • M.Phil. Cambridge University 2004
  • B.A. University of Chicago 2003
Summer 2021
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PHY 792Research
PHY 799Dissertation
Spring 2021
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PHY 252Physics III
PHY 792Research
Fall 2020
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PHY 577Intro to Quant Field Theory
PHY 792Research
Summer 2020
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PHY 792Research
Spring 2020
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PHY 792Research
Fall 2019
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PHY 315Quantum Physics II
PHY 792Research
Summer 2019
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PHY 792Research
Spring 2019
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PHY 598Special Topics
PHY 792Research
Fall 2018
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PHY 315Quantum Physics II
PHY 792Research
Summer 2018
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PHY 792Research
Spring 2018
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PHY 792Research
Fall 2017
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PHY 598Special Topics