Dr. Dmitri AntonovI was born in Moscow in 1973.
1996-1999: Ph.D. in theoretical physics at the Insitute of physics of the Humboldt University of Berlin.
1999-2001: postdoc at the Theory Group of the Pisa section of INFN.
2002-2004: researcher at the same Group.
2004-2005: Alexander von Humboldt research fellow at the Theory Group of the Insitute of physics of the Humboldt University of Berlin.
2005-2007: EU research assistant (the Marie-Curie Intra-European research fellow) at the Institute for theoretical physics of the University of Heidelberg.
2007-2009: research assistant at the Universities of Heidelberg and Bielefeld.
2009-present: researcher at Centre for Physics of Fundamental Interactions (CFIF) at Instituto Superior Tecnico (IST), Lisbon.
- finite-temperature QCD, thermodynamics and transport properties of the strongly interacting quark-gluon plasma;
- interrelation between chiral-symmetry breaking and confinement;
- effective theories of the QCD string, its breaking, and excitations; phenomenological applications of these theories;
- confining, topological, and finite-temperature properties of the field-theoretical models allowing for an analytic description of confinement (stochastic vacuum model, Abelian-type theories with confinement based on the condensation of monopoles);
- accounting for non-perturbative effects within the world-line and the renormalization-group methods in the confinement and deconfinement phases of QCD.
My publications can be found here.