Neutrino Mass, Dark Matter, Gravitational Waves, Monopole Condensation, and Light Cone Quantization [EBook] / edited by Behram N. Kursunoglu, Stephan L. Mintz, Arnold Perlmutter.
Neutrino Mass, Dark Matter, Gravitational Waves, Monopole Condensation, and Light Cone Quantization [EBook] / edited by Behram N. Kursunoglu, Stephan L. Mintz, Arnold Perlmutter.
The International Conference, Orbis Scientiae 1996, focused on the topics: The Neutrino Mass, Light Cone Quantization, Monopole Condensation, Dark Matter, and Gravitational Waves which we have adopted as the title of these proceedings. Was there any exciting news at the conference? Maybe, it depends...
Personal Name(s):  Kursunoglu, Behram N., (editor) 

Mintz, Stephan L., (editor) / Perlmutter, Arnold, (editor)  
Imprint: 
Boston, MA :
Springer,
1996

Physical Description: 
XX, 396 p. online resource. 
Note: 
englisch 
ISBN: 
9781489915641 
DOI: 
10.1007/9781489915641 
Subject (LOC):  
Full Text 
Table of Contents:
 Section I — Prologue
 Innermost Structure of Matter
 Unbroken NonAbelian Gauge Symmetry and Confinement
 Section II — Progress on New and Old Ideas — A
 Rparityviolating Yukawa Couplings
 Grand Unified Theories from Superstrings
 Searching for Dark Matter with the Future LHC Accelerator at CERN Using the CMS Detector
 A Scale Invariant Superstring Theory with Dimensionless Coupling to Supersymmetric Gauge Theories
 Superstring Solitons and Conformal Field Theory
 Comments on Symmetry Breaking Terms in Quark Mass Matrices
 Section III — Gravitational Waves
 LIGO: An Overview
 Cosmology and LIGO
 Interferometry for Gravity Wave Detection
 Section IV — Neutrino Masses
 LSND Neutrino Oscillation Results
 Theoretical Ideas about Neutrino Mass
 A Bayesian Analysis of Solar Neutrino Data
 UltrahighEnergy Neutrino Interactions and Neutrino Telescope Event Rates
 Section V — Dirac’s Legacy: LightCone Quantization
 Dirac’s Legacy: LightCone Quantization
 LightCone Quantization and Hadron Structure
 Discretized LightCone Quantization
 Possible Mechanism for Vacuum Degeneracy in YM2 In DLCQ
 The Vacuum in LightCone Field Theory
 The Transverse Lattice in 2+1 Dimensions
 Section VI — The Matter of Dark Matter
 SUSY Dark Matter with Universal and NonUniversal Soft Breaking Masses
 Search for SUSY in the DØ Experiment
 Formulation of a Photosphere around Microscopic Black Holes
 A Supersymmetric Model for Mixed Dark Matter
 Light Photinos and Supersymmetric Dark Matter
 Section VII — Progress on New and Old Ideas — B
 NonUniversality and PostGUT Physics in Supergravity Unification
 Pade Approximants, Borel Transform and Renormalons: The Bjorken Sum Rule as a Case Study
 Hadron Supersymmetry and Relations between Meson and Baryon Masses
 Constraining the QCD Coupling from the Superstring Hidden Sector
 Weak Interactions with Electron Machines: A Survey of Possible Processes
 Section VIII — Exactly Soluble Quantum Models
 Matrix Elements of Local Fields in Integrable QFT
 Boundary S Matrix for the Boundary SineGordon Model from FractionalSpin Integrals of Motion
 Section IX — Epilogue
 Sonoluminescence and the Heimlich Effect
 Boundary Conditions for SchwingerDyson Equations and Vacuum Selection
 Numerical Quantum Field Theory Using the Source Galerkin Method.