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Extension of Quantum Chromodynamics simulations

Research Achievements

Extension of Quantum Chromodynamics simulations

Rebbi has pursued research with graduate student David Schaich and former graduate student Ronald Babich, both IGERT trainees, and other collaborators, on the extension of numerical simulations of Quantum Chromodynamics to other field theories that can play an important role in the explanation of the breaking of electroweak symmetry and the origin of mass. Their results have been published in Physical Review Letters.

"Toward TeV Conformality," T. Appelquist, A. Avakian, R. Babich, R. Brower, M. Cheng, M. Clark, S. Cohen, G. Fleming, J. Kiskis, E. Neil, J. Osborn, C. Rebbi, D. Schaich, R. Soltz, P. Vranas, Phys. Rev. Letters 104:071601 (2010), and in conference proceedings, and will be presented by Schaich at the upcoming XXVIII International Symposium on Lattice Field Theory, to be held on June 14-19, 2010 in Sardinia, Italy.