Abram Krislock is a postdoc at the Oskar Klein Centre. He started working with Joakim Edsjö on Dark Matter just a couple of months ago. Let’s hear from him how things are going for him.
Hi Abram! how it’s going so far?
So far, everything is going great. I really like the office, and the other professors and researchers here are all very friendly and helpful. Living in Stockholm has so far been extremely fulfulling. I really like it here.
What brought you to Europe for a postdoc?
Before coming to the OKC, I had my undergrad studies in my hometown at the University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. I did my PhD in Physics at Texas A&M University. I came to Europe for a postdoc partly because the competition for physics postdocs is very tough, partly because the US seems to be cutting a lot of funding for science in general. Also, it seems like physics beyond the Standard Model is getting a little more attention in Europe than in the states. It benefits my career to be in a place where many people are interested in my area of research. Continue reading Interview with Abram Krislock