Research: Quantum Field Theory (String Theory, Quantum Gravity, Black Holes, Non-perturbative and Collective Phenomena) Professor Jevicki joined the faculty of Brown University in 1979. He received his B.S. from Belgrade University in 1972 and Ph.D. from the City College of New York in 1976. He was a member of the Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton) from 1976 to 1979 and an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Research Fellow. More recently he has carried out research at CERN (Geneva), ITP (Santa Barbara), Ecole Normale Superieure (Paris), The Yukawa Institute (Kyoto), and the University of Tokyo.

"Matrix Models, Open Strings and Quantization of Membranes", 1996 Argonne Summer Institute: Topics in Non-Abelian Duality, hep/th/9607187.

"Scattering Phase Shifts for 2-Dimensional Strings", (with M. Li and T. Yoneya), Nucl. Phys. B448 (1995) 277.

"Introduction to Path Integrals, Matrix Models and Strings", Lectures at the H. Enelbrecht Summer School in Theoretical Physics (1994), Springer-Verlag Pub..

"A Matrix Model of Black-Hole in 2D String Theory", (with T. Yoneya), Nucl. Phys. B411 (1994) 64-96.

"Developments in 2D String Theory", Trieste School in String Theory (1993) ed. by I. Klebanov and R. Dijkgraaf, World Scientific.

Year | Degree | Institution |
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1976 | PhD | City University of New York |

1972 | BS | Belgrade University |

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Research Fellow

Outstanding Junior Investigator DOE

P.J.Bray Distinguished Theaching Award

Outstanding Junior Investigator DOE

P.J.Bray Distinguished Theaching Award

PHYS 0070 - Analytical Mechanics |

PHYS 0720 - Methods of Mathematical Physics |

PHYS 1100 - Introduction to General Relativity |

PHYS 2040 - Classical Theoretical Physics II |

PHYS 2070 - Advanced Quantum Mechanics |

PHYS 2340 - Group Theory |