Dr David Turton is a Royal Society University Principal Research Fellow in the School of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Southampton.
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- String theory
- Black holes
Dr Turton's current research is focused on fundamental aspects of quantum gravity, including singularity resolution, the emergence of spacetime, the internal structure of black holes, and holographic duality.
2017-present: Royal Society University Research Fellow, University of Southampton
2017: Visiting Research Fellow, University of Chicago, Enrico Fermi Institute (1 month)
2014-17: Postdoctoral Research Fellow, CEA Saclay, Institute of Theoretical Physics (IPhT)
2011-14: Postdoctoral Researcher, The Ohio State University, Department of Physics
2007-11: PhD, Queen Mary University of London, Centre for Research in String Theory
2003-07: MMath (Distinction), Cambridge University