**Email:**andres.olivares[AT]durham.ac.uk

#### Education

I obtained a BSc in Physics with Theoretical Physics at Imperial College in 2014. In 2015, I graduated from the University of Cambridge having completed a MAST in Applied Mathematics (Part III of Mathematics Tripos). In addition, I have been a visiting student at the IIASS in Salerno working with Professor Giuseppe Vitiello (Summer 2014) and at the ICTP in Trieste working with Professor Fernando Quevedo (Summer 2015). In October 2015, I started my PhD under the supervision of Professor Silvia Pascoli.

#### Publications

#### Research Area

Neutrino Physics

#### Research Interests

Phenomenology of neutrino mass models at high and low energies.

#### Recent Talks

*"Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay Within the Left-Right Symmetric Model"*, IPPP Student Internal Seminar, Durham University, UK (November 2015), *"Slides"*.*"Intersecting Branes from 11-Dimensional Theory"*, Part III Seminar, University of Cambridge, UK (December 2014), *"Slides"*.

"p-brane Solutions and Dynamics of a Brane Probe", Seminar, University of Salerno, Italy (July 2014), *"Slides"*.

#### Teaching

Year 2 *Mathematical Methods in Physics* at Durham University, Workshop demonstrator (2015-2016).

EliteIB online Physics and Mathematics Tutor.

Titanium Tutors online Spanish, Physics and Mathematics Tutor.

Educate Private Physics and Mathematics Tutor (2012-2014).