Theory Group - FACULTY AND STAFF

SLAC 4 November 1994
James Bjorken
Experimental particle physics: Co-spokesman for Fermilab test/experiment T864; theoretical particle physics: research in hard diffraction and in dynamics of disoriented chiral condensate. For a list of the most recent works, click here.
Richard Blankenbecler
Development of new algorithms for Monte Carlo simulations of systems in theoretical physics; development of interactive computer programs and new algorithms for use in data analysis; formal scattering theory and its applications to the physics of fractional charge, spin, and anomalies. For a list of the most recent works, click here.
Stanley Brodsky
High-energy theoretical physics, light-cone quantization, perturbative and non-perturbative quantum chromodynamics; especially exclusive processes and the quark-gluon structure of hadrons in QCD; fundamental problems in atomic and nuclear physics. For a list of the most recent works, click here.
Lance Dixon
Theoretical particle physics; superstring theory, model building, and applications; perturbative QCD. For a list of the most recent works, click here.
Sidney Drell
Theoretical physics, elementary particle physics, and quantum theory; national security and arms control. For a list of the most recent works, click here.
JoAnne Hewett
Theoretical Particle Physics; Phenomenology of Electroweak Interactions. For a list of the most recent works, click here.
H. Pierre Noyes
Relativistic few-body problem in nuclear and particle physics; foundations of physics; combinatorial hierarchy; masses, coupling constants, and cosmology from first principles; antigravity. For a list of the most recent works, click here.
Michael Peskin
Theoretical high-energy physics; models of symmetry-breaking in the electroweak gauge theory and methods for their experimental tests, especially at present and future e+e- colliders; superstring theory and other approaches to the origin of the fermion mass spectrum. For a list of the most recent works, click here.
Helen Quinn
Physics of B decays and CP Violation; Education, particularly pre-college science education. For a list of the most recent works, click here.
Yung-su (Paul) Tsai
Theoretical physics and elemental particle physics; polarized e+e- and gamma sources, CP violation, tau and B physics; interaction of particle beams with matter, e-e- interactions. For a list of the most recent works, click here.
Marvin Weinstein
Non-perturbative methods in field-theory; in particular Hamiltonian approaches to lattice field theories, including QCD, and spin-systems. For a list of the most recent works, click here.

Research Interests 1993-1994

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Members of Theory Group

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Sharon Jensen