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Sinuhe Perea

Fundamental Physics Track

Class of 2022


Sinuhe is a predoctoral student in photonics and nanotechnology at King’s College London, trying to see (literally, with light) what is hidden. He graduated with degrees in physics and mathematics from the University of Oviedo (Spain), where he was also a computational assistant at the Faculty of Chemistry and was named the best national young researcher by CEULAJ & ICMAT (CSIC). His current research focuses on near-field and topological photonics in (lossy) systems and geology, light nano-routing, skyrmions, algebraic number theory (odd perfect numbers conjecture because, as he always says, even primes are odd) and freshman economics.

Project: Topological invariants in discrete lattice via graph rewriting