Christoph A. Keller 
Assistant Professor 
Email:  cakeller (at) math.arizona.edu 
Office:  MATH 516 
Mail:  Mathematics Dept, Univ. of Arizona
617 N. Santa Rita Ave. P.O. Box 210089 Tucson, AZ 857210089 
Research Interests:  I am interested in the mathematical structure of physics. On the mathematics side, I work on algebra and group theory. I am particularly interested in modular forms and vertex operator algebras (VOA). On the physics side, I work on quantum field theory, string theory and holography. I am particularly interested in conformal field theories (CFT) in two dimensions and their applications in describing black holes.
Some of my current and recent projects are:

Publications:  My publications on arXiv and inSPIRE. 
Brief CV:  I did my Ph.D. with Matthias Gaberdiel at ETH Zürich from 2006 through 2008. After that I spent a year as a postdoc at Harvard, three years as a McCone fellow at Caltech, and three years as a postdoctoral researcher at Rutgers University. In 2015 I became Assistant Professor in Mathematical Physics at ETH Zürich. In 2018 I moved to the University of Arizona. A more detailed CV can be found here. 
Teaching: 
At Arizona:
