Onirban Islam


I have commenced as a PhD student in the analysis group of the School of Mathematics at the University of Leeds, United Kingdom in October 2018. The current project is to investigate a relativistic generalization of the Gutzwiller-Duistermaat-Guillemin trace formula for spinors in a globally hyperbolic stationary spacetime with compact Cauchy hypersurface, propounding the recent work by Strohmaier and Zelditch [``A Gutzwiller trace formula for stationary space-times'', arXiv:1808.08425v2 [math.AP]] for scalar wave group. Prior to be in Leeds, I have obtained a second master's in physics from the University of Leipzig, Germany with a dissertation in the area of algebraic quantum field theory in curved spacetime. Furthermore, I have worked on nonperturbative Breit-Wheeler scattering process for my first master's in theoretical physics at the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.   

Research interests

  1. Geometric analysis in Lorentzian manifolds
  2. Quantum field theory
  3. Operator algebra


  • MSc in Physics, University of Leipzig, Germany (2017)
  • MSc in Theoretical Physics, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh (2013)
  • MSc in Applied Physics, Electronics & Communication Engg., University of Dhaka, Bangladesh (2011)