Assistant Professor, Theoretical Physics
Dr. Yue Zhang
(613) 520-2600 ext. 7530
About Dr. Yue Zhang
My research field lies at the interface between theoretical particle physics and cosmology. My research interest is strongly motivated by questions established experimentally and the standard model cannot explain, including the nature of dark matter, origin of the cosmic baryon asymmetry, and physics behind neutrino mass and interactions. I work on both model building and phenomenology to seek for answers to these puzzles, as well as their potential interplay.
A list of my publications can be found at this link:
I am currently recruiting Postdocs and students.