|Associate Professor of Physics|
Ph.D., 2001, Institute for Nuclear Research, Moscow
M.Sc., 1998, Moscow State University
|Personal Home Page:||http://cosmo.nyu.edu/~sd103/|
|I work at the interface of particle theory, cosmology and string theory. Among other topics I'm interested in the physics of black holes, eternal inflation, long distance modifications of gravity. Most recently, my work was focused on the cosmological and astrophysical signatures of axion-like particles motivated by string theory. In particular, I'm studying the intriguing possibility to use the ongoing observations of astrophysical black holes as a tool to discover such particles.|
A. Arvanitaki and S. Dubovsky, ``Exploring the String Axiverse with Precision Black Hole Physics,'' arXiv:1004.3558 [hep-th].
A.Arvanitaki, S.Dimopoulos, S.Dubovsky, N.Kaloper and J.March-Russell, ``String Axiverse,'' Phys. Rev. D 81, 123530 (2010) [arXiv:0905.4720 [hep-th]].
S.Dubovsky and S.Sibiryakov, ``Superluminal Travel Made Possible (in two dimensions),'' JHEP 0812, 092 (2008) [arXiv:0806.1534 [hep-th]].
A.Adams, N.Arkani-Hamed, S.Dubovsky, A.Nicolis and R.Rattazzi, ``Causality, analyticity and an IR obstruction to UV completion,'' JHEP 0610, 014 (2006) [arXiv:hep-th/0602178]. S.L.Dubovsky, ``Phases of massive gravity,'' JHEP 0410, 076 (2004) [arXiv:hep-th/0409124].