Andreas Tersenov graduated from the 8th High School of Heraklion in 2018. The same year he started his undergraduate studies in the Physics Department of the University of Crete. He graduated in 2022 and joined the Advanced Physics MSc program of the Department.
During his undergraduate studies, he completed his senior thesis entitled “Cosmic-ray air-shower simulations across the ankle: Combining mixed Galactic composition with new physics above 50 TeV”, under the supervision of Prof. V. Pavlidou and PhD candidate Stylianos Romanopoulos. Since 2021, he is also working with Professor Elias Kiritsis on a project on “Holographic RG flows on deformed 3-sphere”.
High Energy Astrophysics, Cosmic Rays, Cosmology, Gravitational Physics, AdS/CFT, Holographic RG Flows.