DAMTP, Centre for Mathematical Sciences
Wilberforce Road
CB3 0WA
Cambridge,
United Kingdom
Citizenship: Swedish
Hometown: Frösön: "Storsjöns pärla, Jämtlands Jamaica".
m.c.d.marsh(add at damtp.cam.ac.uk)
www.damtp.cam.ac.uk/people/cmm92/
www.davidmarsh.co.uk
+44(0)1223 766873
(2015present)  Senior Research Associate/Stephen Hawking Advanced Fellow 
Centre for Theoretical Cosmology, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge. 

(20122015)  Postdoctoral Research Associate (4year position), 
Rudolph Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics, University of Oxford. 
(2012)  Ph.D. in Physics, Cornell University.  
Adviser: Liam McAllister.  
(2007)  M.Sc. in Physics, Uppsala University.  
Thesis adviser: Antti Niemi. 
(2012)  Olle Engqvist fellowship. 
(2012)  Fellow of the CarlErik Levin Foundation. 
(2011)  Fellow of the Gålö Foundation. 
(2008)  Graduate fellowship from the SwedishAmerican Society. 
(2007)  Graduate fellowship from the Thanks to Scandinavia Foundation. 
(20052007)  Thun's fellowship (fourfold recipient). 
(2016) 
Stanford University, "Genericity and universality in the string theory landscape" (pdf, 2.8MB). 
(2015) 
Stockholm University, "ALPs and galaxy cluster Xrays as a window to the dark sector" (pdf, 8MB). 
(2012) 
Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, "On sequestering and decoupling in stabilized string models" (pdf, 2.3MB). 
Columbia University, "The Wasteland of Random supergravities" (pdf, 2.6MB). 

(2011) 
Ecole Polytechnique, "Sequestering in string compactifications" (pdf, 1.5MB). 
(2016)  The May Dutch Theoretical Cosmology Meeting, 
Groningen. Invited talk. "Simple emergent power spectra from complex inflationary physics" (pdf, 2.8MB). 

(2015)  OfftheBeatenTrack Dark Matter and Astrophysical Probes of Fundamental Physics, 
ICTP, Trieste. Invited plenary. "ALPs and galaxy cluster Xrays as a window to the dark sector" (pdf, 9.4MB). 

StringPhenoCosmo,  
Galileo Galilei institute, Florence. Invited contribution. "The Type IIB Flux Landscape v. Random Matrix Theory" (pdf, 1.6MB). 

(2014)  String Phenomenology 2014, 
ICTP, Trieste. Invited plenary. "A string theory Cosmic Axion Background and the cluster soft Xray excess" (pdf, 8MB). 

Supersymmetry breaking in string theory,  
Newton Institute, Cambridge. Invited contribution. "Decoupling in stabilised type IIB models" (pdf, 2.2MB). 

(2013)  COSMO 2013, 
Centre for Theoretical Cosmology, DAMTP, Cambridge. "Charting an inflationary landscape with Random Matrix theory" (pdf, 1MB). 

(2011)  String Phenomenology 2011, 
University of Wisconsin, Madison. "Towards constraining AffleckDine baryogenesis" (pdf, 0.8MB). 
(2016 ...)  PhD advisor of Theodor Björkmo, DAMTP, University of Cambridge. 
(2016)  Lecturer, Part II Principles of Quantum Mechanics, DAMTP, University of Cambridge. 
5 lectures on spin and angular momentum.  
(2015, 2016)  Lecturer, Part III Cosmology, DAMTP, University of Cambridge. 
10 lectures on thermal history and the quantum origin of the structure of the universe.  
Fourth year thesis adviser for Callum Brodie, University of Oxford.  
Developed into publication in JHEP (2016).  
(2014)  Visiting Lecturer, M.Sc. Particle Physics, Birzeit University, Palestine (2 months). 
Lectures, tutorials, examinations. Course organised by the ICTP.  
(20132014)  Stipendiary Lecturer, St John's College, Oxford. 
Tutorials with first and second year students, internal examinations, college admissions.  
(2010)  Colecturer in Statistical Physics, Cornell University. 
10 lectures for third year physics majors, examinations.  
(20092012)  Teaching Assistant, Cornell University. 
Electromagnetism and Waves, Statistical Physics, and General Relativity (4 terms). 
Referee: JCAP, JHEP, EPJC, ICP.  
Organiser:  
(2016)  "The Palestinian Advanced Physics School", Jenin, Palestine. 
(20152016)  "The Cambridge Cosmology Journal Club", University of Cambridge. 
(20122013)  "The Particles and Fields Seminar", University of Oxford. 
(20092011)  Student string theory journal club, Cornell University. 
Outreach:  
(2016)  "Naked Astronomy", podcast broadcasted on BBC radio and available online, discussing (the big bang and) gravitational waves. 
(2014)  "Stargazing Oxford", staff. 
"Saturday Morning Theoretical Physics", University of Oxford. Outreach talk for former physics students. Video and pdf can be found through this link. 

(2010)  Hersby gymnasium, Stockholm, lecture on cosmology and string theory. 