Felix is a Research Fellow in the School of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Southampton. He focuses on theoretical physics at the interface of AdS/CFT duality, quantum gravity, quantum information theory, and many-body dynamics.
Personal website: http://sns.ias.edu/~haehl
- AdS/CFT duality
- Black holes in quantum gravity
- Conformal field theory
- Quantum chaos
Felix works on physics related to string theory, AdS/CFT duality, classical and quantum gravity, and dynamics of non-equilibrium systems. A recurring theme in his research is thermality, various notions of entropy, real-time dynamics, and chaos.
Felix joined the University of Southampton in 2022. Previously, he was a Postdoctoral Scientist at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton (2019-2022) and an ‘It from Qubit’ Postdoctoral Fellow at UBC Vancouver (2016-2019). He received his PhD from Durham University, after completing MSc & BSc degrees at ETH Zurich.