Sacha Perry-Fagant recently received her master’s degree in theoretical physics from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. (Contributed)

Summerland student receives master’s degree in theoretical physics

Sacha Perry-Fagant has been studying at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark

A Summerland student has been awarded a master’s degree in theoretical physics from a Danish university.

Sacha Perry-Fagant was recently awarded the degree from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

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Perry-Fagant’s thesis, Myers-Perry Black Holes as Blackfolds applied the blackfold approach to the ultra-spinning Myers-Perry black hole and found the energy-momentum tensor up to first order.

Perry-Fagant graduated from Summerland Secondary School in 2013 and from McGill University in 2017 with a joint major in physics and computer science.

She is living in Copenhagen and working for the Danish company Smallbrooks.

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