I like things invented by Élie Cartan or Paul Dirac. I've been trying to grasp what spin is for more than five years now and I'm still not sure I really get it.
By day I work with quantum plasmas, some of which you can see on the arXiv and in this poster about spin in the fully relativistic regime. I also have an interest in strong-field QED, but it's not my research area - at the moment, at least.
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