Alexander A. Schekochihin

Professor of Theoretical Physics and Fellow of Merton College

 

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Theoretical Astrophysics and Plasma Physics
50.06 Beecroft Building
Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics
Clarendon Laboratory, Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3PU

Tel. +44 (0)7766 138 996 mobile
Tel. +44 (0)1865 273 980 office
Tel. +44 (0)1865 273 996 subdept administrator (Mrs Michelle Jose)
E-mail
alex.schekochihin at physics.ox.ac.uk

 

College office: Grove 1.8, Merton College, Merton St, Oxford OX1 4JD
Tel. in College: +44 (0)1865 286 501
Porter's Lodge: +44 (0)1865 276 310

I am also
Visiting Professor in Plasma Physics, Imperial College London


2022 DPhil projects in plasma physics and astrophysics (incl. lab astro)

PUBLICATIONS
(see also Google Scholar, NASA ADS)

JOURNAL OF PLASMA PHYSICS

PLASMA PHYSICS @ OXFORD

 

MERTON PHYSICS

 

TEACHING/LECTURE NOTES

 

"ANY PUBLICITY IS GOOD PUBLICITY"

 

   These selected papers reflect my current preoccupations:

(complete list)

 

RESEARCH GROUP & COLLABORATORS:

  • DPhil students:
    • Will Clarke (Univ, co-supervisors Prof Michael Barnes & Dr Colin Roach, UKAEA)
    • Michael Nastac (St John's; co-supervisor Prof Michael Barnes)
    • Robbie Ewart (Balliol)
    • Toby Adkins (Merton; co-supervisor Dr Colin Roach, UKAEA)
    • David Hosking (Merton; co-supervisor Prof Steve Balbus)
  • MMathPhys student:
    • Andrew Brown (Exeter)
  • Postdocs:
    • Michael Hardman (co-supervisor Prof Michael Barnes)
    • Juan Ruiz Ruiz (co-supervisors Prof Michael Barnes & Dr Jon Hillesheim, UKAEA)
    • Denis St-Onge (co-supervisor Prof Michael Barnes)
  • Other current Oxford collaborators:
    • Prof Steve Balbus (New/Astro)
    • Prof Michael Barnes (Univ/TP)
    • Dr Anthony Field, Dr Plamen Ivanov, Dr Colin Roach (UKAEA)
    • Prof Gianluca Gregori (LMH/ALP)
  • Current/recent external collaborators:

SEMINARS & CONFERENCES

Recent

 

Upcoming

Some memorable workshops at Wolfgang Pauli Institute in Vienna and other places (including downloads of talks):


Quaint stuff (photos)

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