My research  interests focus  on Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD). QCD is the theory responsible for  describing one of the four fundamental forces of nature: the strong force.

In particular, my research explores the non-perturbative aspects of this theory using the so-called Schwinger-Dyson equations. In a nutshell,  Schwinger-Dyson equations are a  set of nonlinear integral equations  that describe the evolution of the QCD Green’s functions (propagators and vertices).

Using those equations we can explore some of the most fundamental  QCD non-perturbative phenomena  as

  •      Chiral symmetry breaking
  •      Non-perturbative behavior of propagators and vertices of the theory
  •      Dynamic generation of mass
  •      Behavior of the QCD coupling constant

My publication list can be found here.