Theoretical Particle Physics

Theoretical Particle Physics studies matter and its constituents at the most fundamental level. Theoretical studies are separated into formal mathematical aspects of the theories and into phenomenology that theoretically explains the phenomena observed in experiments and/or predicts others not yet observed. Our research group places special emphasis on phenomenology, thus maintaining a close collaboration with High Energy Experimental Physics.

CCTVal Theoretical Particle Physics Group

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Research projects

High Energy QCD Processes

  • High-pT hadron production
  • Pion structure at small x
  • Flavor structure of generalized parton distributions from neutrino experiments
  • Gauge boson production
  • Semi-inclusive photon-hadron production in pp and pA collisions at RHIC and LHC
  • Prompt photon production and photon-hadron correlations at RHIC and the LHC from
  • Color Glass Condensate
  • Particle Production in pA Collisions and QCD Saturation
  • CGC predictions for p+A collisions at the LHC and signature of QCD saturation
  • Analysis of combined HERA data in the Impact-Parameter dependent Saturation model
  • Production and multiplicity of heavy flavors
  • Color propagation and hadronization

Nuclear applications

  • Shadowing of nuclear pdfs
  • Diffractive deep inelastic (DDIS) events
  • Momentum sum rule in nuclei
  • Hexadiquarks in nuclei

Holographic structure of hadrons

  • Holographic models (AdS/QCD)
  • Hadronic and Nuclear properties in Holographic QCD
  • Chiral expansion
  • Quark and gluon generalized parton distributions

Beyond the standard model Physics

  • Lepton Flavor violating processes
  • Neutrino Physics
  • Exotic particle searches at the LHC
  • Fermion mass hierarchies
  • Radiative mass generation
  • Extended continuous and discrete symmetries
  • Phenomenological consequences in Collider Physics,
  • Flavor Tests
  • Charged lepton flavor violation
  • Dark Matter
  • Leptogenesis
  • Muon and electro anomalous magnetic moments
  • Quasi-Dirac neutrinos
  • Composite Higgs phenomenology

Other Lines of Research

Experimental High Energy Physics

Informatics & Computing

Electronics