## Ko SandersSchool of Mathematical Sciences
and Centre for Astrophysics & Relativity Dublin City University Glasnevin Dublin 9 Ireland |

**Publications**

**Monographs:**

*Entanglement measures and their properties in quantum field theory*

S. Hollands and K. Sanders, Springer Briefs in Mathematical Physics Vol.34, Springer Nature (2018)

**Book Chapters:**

*What can (mathematical) categories tell us about spacetime?*

K. Sanders, to appear in: Beyond Spacetime, eds. N. Hugget, B. Le Bihan, K. Matsubara and C. W\"uthrich, Cambridge University Press

philsci-archive.pitt.edu/id/eprint/13265

**Journal Articles:**

*The Proca Field in Curved Spacetimes and its Zero Mass Limit*

M. Schambach and K. Sanders, Rep. Math. Phys.

**82**no.2 (2018), 203-239

*Relative entanglement entropy for widely separated regions in curved spacetime*

S. Hollands, O. Islam and K. Sanders, J. Math. Phys.

**59**062301 (2018)

*Local versus global temperature under a positive curvature condition*

K. Sanders, Ann. Henri Poincare

**18**, no.11 (2017), 3737-3756

*Modular Nuclearity: A Generally Covariant Perspective*

G. Lechner and K. Sanders, Axioms 2016,

**5**, 5

*On the construction of Hartle-Hawking-Israel states across the bifurcate Killing horizon of a static black hole*

K. Sanders, Lett. Math. Phys.

**105**, no.4 (2015) 575-640

*Electromagnetism, Local Covariance, the Aharonov-Bohm Effect and Gauss' Law*

K. Sanders, C. Dappiaggi and T.-P. Hack, Commun. Math. Phys

**328**, no.2 (2014), 625-667

*A note on spacelike and timelike compactness*

K. Sanders, Class. Quantum Grav.

**30**(2013) 115014

*Essential self-adjointness of Wick squares in quasi-free Hadamard representations on curved spacetimes*

K. Sanders, J. Math. Phys.

**53**042502 (2012)

*The locally covariant Dirac field*

K. Sanders, Rev. Math. Phys.

**22**no.4 (2010), 281-430

*Equivalence of the (generalised) Hadamard and microlocal spectrum condition for (generalised) free fields in curved spacetime*

K. Sanders, Commun. Math. Phys.

**295**no.2 (2010), 485-501

*On the Reeh-Schlieder property in curved spacetime*

K. Sanders, Commun. Math. Phys.

**288**no.1 (2009), 271-285

**Review Articles:**

*Thermal equilibrium states of a linear scalar quantum field in stationary spacetimes*

K. Sanders, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A

**28**no.10 (2013), 1330010

**Proceedings:**

*Hadamard states vs.~modular nuclearity: A comparison for free scalar fields*

K. Sanders, in: The Fourteenth Marcel Grossman Meeting, 3855-3859, Worldscientific (2017)

*Modular $\ell^p$-conditions for QFT in curved spacetimes*

K. Sanders, in: Oberwolfach Report No.36/2016, pp.46-48

**Preprints:**

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*Local incompatibility of the microlocal spectrum condition with the KMS property along spacelike directions in quantum field theory on curved spacetime*

N. Pinamonti, K. Sanders and R. Verch, arXiv:1806.02124 (submitted to Lett.~Math.~Phys.)

**Nationality:**Dutch

**Employment:**

2017 - present: assistant professor in mathematical sciences, Dublin City University

2013-2016: postdoctoral researcher, University of Leipzig, Institut für Theoretische Physik (supervisor: Stefan Hollands)

2010-2013: postdoctoral researcher, University of Chicago, Enrico Fermi Institute (supervisor: Robert Wald)

2008-2010: postdoctoral researcher, University of Göttingen, Institute for Theoretical Physics (supervisor: Karl-Henning Rehren)

**Education:**

2009: PhD (supervisor: Chris Fewster), University of York (UK)

2002: Master degree (physics), cum laude, University of Utrecht (NL)

2002: Master degree (mathematics), cum laude, University of Utrecht (NL)

**Prizes/Grants/Fellowships:**

2018 Ulysses Grant from the Irish Research Council

2016 Winner in the 2015 essay prize competition of the “Space and Time after Quantum Gravity” project, http://beyondspacetime.net/

2013 US Junior Oberwolfach Fellowship

2009 K M Stott Memorial Prize for an outstanding PhD thesis

2002-2003 Grant from the Talent Programme of the Dutch ministry of Education

**Outreach activities**:

2018 Judge for SciFest at DCU

2017 Public presentation for Space Week at DCU,

*What do we know about space right now?*

2013-2018

*Science related advice for a befriended author.*