Research Interests

String theory, M-theory and quantum gravity, with applications in particle physics, condensed matter, astrophysics, cosmology, quantum geometry, ...

Current & Future Teaching

Fall 2014: Physics 232A: Quantum Field Theory I
Tue & Thu, 9:40 - 11:00 am
402 Le Conte Hall

Office

401 Le Conte Hall

Mailing Address

Department of Physics
University of California
366 Le Conte Hall MC 7300
Berkeley, CA 94720-7300
USA

Past Teaching

Spring 2014: Physics 137B: Quantum Mechanics II

Fall 2013: Physics 232A: Quantum Field Theory I

Spring 2013: Physics 234B: String Theory II

Fall 2012: Physics 232A:
Quantum Field Theory I

Spring 2012: Physics 231:
General Relativity

Fall 2011: Physics 234A:
String Theory I

Spring 2010: Physics 231:
General Relativity

Fall 2009: Physics 234A:
String Theory I

Spring 2009: Physics 232B:
Quantum Field Theory II

Fall 2008: Physics 234A:
String Theory I

Spring 2008: Physics 234B:
String Theory II

Fall 2007: Physics 234A:
String Theory I

Spring 2007: Physics 250:
String Theory and M-Theory

Fall 2006: Physics 230B:
Quantum Field Theory II,
with Emphasis on Dualities

Spring 2006: Physics 230A:
Quantum Field Theory I

Fall 2005: Physics 250:
String Theory II: QFT/Gravity Correspondence (in particular: AdS/CFT Correspondence, Black Holes & Branes, Matrix Models, etc.)

Spring 2005: Physics 230A:
Quantum Field Theory I

Fall 2004: Physics 105:
Analytic Mechanics

Fall 2003: Physics 250:
String Theory I & II: D-Branes

Spring 2003: Physics 105:
Analytic Mechanics

Fall 2002: Physics 250:
String Theory II: M-Theory

Spring 2002: Physics 250:
String Theory I

Phone & Voicemail

UCB campus: (510) 642-2625

Despite the existence of a phone number, the best way to contact me is by email, at

horava@berkeley.edu