Law Kai Hong 羅啟康

  • Scholarship in 2021 at Imperial College London

Kai Hong obtained his BSc degree in Physics with Theoretical Physics from Imperial College London. His BSc project is about "Neutrino Physics with Off-axis Neutrino Flux" in the T2K experiment, supervised by Dr Mark Scott. He then studied MASt in Applied Mathematics (Part III Mathematics) at the University of Cambridge, achieving Distinction. He subsequently obtained MPhil in Physics from the University of Manchester, with the thesis "Domain Walls in the Z2-symmetric Two Higgs Doublet Model" under the supervision of Prof Apostolos Pilaftsis. 

Kai is currently a PhD student in the High Energy Physics group at Imperial College London. He is going to conduct his research in the CMS experiment at CERN, under the supervision of Prof Alexander Tapper. His PhD project will involve searching for long-lived particles using data from the Large Hadron Collider. The analysis aims to demystify the nature of dark matter.


Publication:

Charged and CP-violating kink solutions in the two-Higgs-doublet model

Kai Hong Law, Apostolos Pilaftsis 

e-Print: 2110.12550 [hep-ph]

DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.105.056007 (publication)

Published in: Phys.Rev.D 105 (2022) 5, 056007