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I am a Research Associate Scientist in Theoretical Particle Physics
at Yale University.
You can have a look at my publications.
My research interests in High Energy Physics include attempts of
answering questions such as:
Possible answers involve fascinating theories of dynamical electroweak symmetry breaking,
dynamical supersymmetry breaking, or compact spatial dimensions.
There are many known mechanisms for quark and lepton mass generation, but none of them
seems to be entirely satisfactory. The origin of quark and lepton masses is directly related to
a wide class of phenomena (let's call it flavor physics), which is under continuous experimental
Other buzz words in my research include (but are not limited to): collider phenomenology, string theory,
neutrino physics, chiral perturbation theory, the strong CP problem, cosmology, long-range forces.
This list is ever expanding ...
|If you happen to find these things too dry, I would like to invite you to review some basics facts about the adventure of Particle Physics.|
Some of my recent achievements in Theoretical Particle Physics (in my view):
1. Investigated physics in
universal extra dimensions.
2. Showed that the standard model
gauge bosons and fermions in extra dimensions
3. Pointed out the possibility of highly non-standard
4. Discovered the Top-condensation seesaw mechanism.
(with Chris Hill, 1997, hep-ph/9712319)
5. Constructed a Supersymmetric Standard Model in
which the gauge invariance forbids all