I am a Ph.D. student in Theoretical physics at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, Sweden. I belong to the Theoretical elementary Particle Physics group.
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Contact
Email:  melbeuskth.se 
Telephone:  +46855378176 
Visiting adress:  Roslagstullsbacken 21, Room A4:1034 
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Department of Theoretical Physics
School of Engineering Sciences
Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
AlbaNova University Center
SE106 91 Stockholm
Sweden
Research
My research is focused on extra dimensions, which provide a possible extension of the Standard Model (SM) of particle physics. Models of extra dimensions offer solutions to several important problems in particle physics, such as the gauge hierarchy problem, and the identity of the dark matter of the Universe. Such models could be experimentally investigated, for example, in the next generation of colliders, such as the CERN LHC.
Scientific publications:
 Henrik Melbéus, Alexander Merle, and Tommy Ohlsson
Higgs Dark Matter in UEDs: A Good WIMP with Bad Detection Prospects
arXiv:1204.5186 [hepph]
Talks:
 Henrik Melbéus
Neutrinos in extra dimensions Partikeldagarna 2010, Uppsala  18 November, 2010
Posters:
 Henrik Melbéus
Searches for hyperbolic extra dimensions at the LHC idm 2008 at AlbaNova, Stockholm  18 August, 2008
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Courses
These are the courses that I have taken so far as part of my Ph.D. studies:
5A1387  Theoretical particle physics  7.5 hp 
SI2350  Seminar course in theoretical physics  7.5 hp 
LH200V  Grundläggande kommunikation och undervisning  3 hp 
F5A5300  History of physics and epistemology  4.5 hp 
FSI3340  Supersymmetry  7.5 hp 
FSI3350  Grand unified theories  7.5 hp 
FSI3060  Quantum field theory  7.5 hp 
FSI3310  Theoretical astroparticle physics  7.5 hp 
FSI3320  Phenomenology of elementary particle physics  10 hp 
Sum   62.5 hp 
Teaching
Spring 2011
SH1009, Modern physics
SI2400, Theoretical particle physics, discussion seminars
Fall 2010
SI1161, Statistical physics
Spring 2010
SI2400, Theoretical particle physics, seminars 14 and 912.
Fall 2009
SI1161, Statistical physics
Spring 2009
SI2400, Theoretical particle physics, seminars 14 and 912.
Fall 2008
SI1140, Mathematical methods in physics, part I  vector analysis  Log book
SI1161, Statistical physics
Spring 2008
SI2400, Theoretical particle physics, seminars 912.
Links
Journal club in theoretical particle physics
Theoretical elementary particle physics group
Theoretical physics department
Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
