Olivier Simon

Department of Physics
Princeton Center for Theoretical Science
413A Jadwin Hall

I am a theoretical physicist specializing in particle physics phenomenology. My interest is primarily in particle physics extensions to the Standard Model and their cosmological, astrophysical, and laboratory probes, especially in the context of innovative “tabletop” experiments that offer a distinctive approach compared to traditional high-energy colliders. I have published work on probes of axions and axion-like particles, black hole superradiance, gravitational generation of dark sectors, and the cosmology of theories with multiple axion-like particles.