Savan Kharel

Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics

413-597-2633
Science Center South Building Rm 20
At Williams since 2018

I am a theoretical physicist with broad interests in particle physics, scattering amplitudes, black holes, and string theory. My present research is focused on understanding how amplitudes in both flat space and curved spacetime can help us learn about features of quantum field theory and quantum gravity. If you are an undergraduate and interested in working in these areas, please come talk to me.

Education

B.S. Indiana University
Ph.D. University of Tennessee, Physics

Courses