Center for Particles and Fields
Research Unit Profile
The Center for Particles and Fields in the Department of university seal Physics of the University of Texas at Austin was created in the Fall of 2006 to support researchers in particle physics, nuclear/relativistic heavy ion physics, and allied fields (such as gravitation) and to foster a collegial environment and to facilitate interaction and communication in areas of common interest.
Web Site: http://www.hep.utexas.edu/cpf/
Research Unit Affiliated Faculty
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|Bohm, Arno||Physics||Group theoretical methods in particle physics, the idea of the spectrum generating group, relativistic spectrum generating group and relativistic collective models. Also research on the quantum …|
|Dicus, Duane||Physics||Field theory of strong, weak, and electromagnetic interactions, astrophysical implications of the weak force.|
|Hoffmann, Gerald||Physics||Experimental medium and high energy physics and chemistry.|
|Lang, Karol||Physics||Experimental high energy physics, rare decays, neutrino interactions, particle detectors.|
|Markert, Christina||Physics||Relativistic heavy ion physics|
|Onyisi, Peter||Physics||My research is in particle physics - the study of the fundamental constituents and forces of the universe. I work as part of the ATLAS Collaboration of particle physicists, whose experiment is …|
|Ritchie, Jack||Physics||Professor Ritchie's research is in experimental particle physics, also called high energy physics. This branch of physics studies nature on the subatomic scale, using very high energy particles …|
|Schwitters, Roy||Physics||High energy physics, large scale detectors.|