Christian Forssén

Professor, Subatomic, High Energy and Plasma Physics, Department of Physics

Christian Forssén is Professor in theoretical physics at the division of Subatomic, High Energy and Plasma Physics, Department of Physics.

Christian performs research in theoretical nuclear and particle physics. He uses advanced computational tools, such as machine learning, to address basic-science questions within low-energy QCD and the theory pf nuclear forces, nuclear and particle astrophysics.

A complete list of publications, including bibliometric information, is available via profile pages on Google scholar or via inSPIRE.

Read more about Christian's research at the Theoretical Subatomic Physics group web site.
FFM234 - Vector fields and classical physics
TIF285 - Learning from data
FUF070 - Advanced Quantum Mechanics

Christian has supervised over 80 bachelor students and 10 master students. A complete list of bachelor and master projects is available at the Theoretical Subatomic Physics group web site.
​See the Theoretical Subatomic Physics group web site.

Published: Wed 15 Apr 2020.