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· Teaching: * Gravitation * Quantum field theory * Introduction of elementary particles * Cosmology * Special relativity * Advanced quantum mechanics * Introduction to astronomy and astrophysics * Mathematical physics * Quantum mechanics * Advanced statistical physics * Introduction to statistical physics * Quantum information * Nucleon and particle physics


Publication
My research publication can be found in the following link:
https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=tU5F8SsAAAAJ&hl=en 
Cosmological black hole Cosmological blackholes, that mean collapsed structures within a FRW universe, are still not wellstudied objects. The cosmological structures we have already constructed allow us to study their collapsed states and the structures of their apparent and dynamical horizon. Studies on this black hole can lead to a more precise prediction for the supermassive and primordial black hole observational parameters.
Black holes physics: Particle creation There are some fundamental questions in the black hole radiation. One problem is the information loss problem and the final fate of the black hole. I would like to study this problem in the semiclassical physics….
Relativistic cosmology General relativity gives a compatible scenario in cosmology. From early universe physics, we can generate the seed for cosmological structures from the quantum fluctuation. However, precise analysis for structure formation at large scale structure and early universe need relativistic perturbation theory. I would like to study the relativistic correction for the cosmological parameters… Quantum physics Since the measurement is one of the most important unsolved problem in quantum physics which can play an important role in Black hole information loss and quantum gravity, I’m interested to study this problem in the relativistic framework and apply it to early universe and black hole physics...
