Physics Department: Nuclear, Particle, and Gravitational Theory
11th floor LGRT
UMASS Amherst
USA 01003

Physics Department: Nuclear, Particle, and Gravitational Theory

Barry Holstein

 

Email: holstein@physics.umass.edu

Physics Department
1132 Lederle Graduate Research Tower
University of Massachusetts
Amherst, MA 01003

Phone: 413 545-0320

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  Barry Holstein    

Ph.D Institution and Year: 

Carnegie-Mellon University 1969

Research Area: 

High energy theory and cosmology

Research Interest: 

Most of my research has concentrated in high energy and nuclear phenomenology, especially in the areas which overlap both fields. Much of my work has focused on the use of symmetries such as chiral symmetry, T/CP invariance, etc. in order to study fundamental particle interactions. Recently I have focused also on the use of effective field theoretic (EFT) techniques.

Current research projects include a study one loop quantum gravity as an EFT, on use of a new type of dispersion relation (sideways) in order to study higher order effects in the chiral expansion, and on an EFT approach to the nucleon-nucleon parity-violating interaction.

Selected Publications:

  1. "Nuclear Parity Violation in Effective Field Theory," (with S.-L. Zhu, C.M. Maekawa, M.J. Ramsey-Musolf, and U. VanKolck), Nucl. Phys. A748, 435-98 (2005).
  2. "Quantum Corrections to the Schwarzschild and Kerr Metrics," (with J.F. Donoghue and N.E.J. Bjerrum-Bohr), Phys. Rev. D68, 084005, 1-16 (2003).
  3. The Decay $\pi^0\rightarrow 2\gamma$ to Next to Leading Order in Chiral Perturbation Theory," (with J.L. Goity and A.M. Bernstein), Phys. REv. D66, 076014, 1-10 (2002).
  4. "Generalized Polarizabilities of the Nucleon in Chiral Perturbation Theory," (with D. Drechsel, T.R. Hemmert, and G. Knoechlein), Phys. Rev. D62, 014013, 1-20 (2000).
  5. "Heavy Baryon Chiral Perturbation Theory with Light Deltas," (with T.R. Hemmert and J. Kambor), J. Phys. G24, 1831-59 (1998).
  6. "Theory of Weak Hypernuclear Decay," (with J. Dubach, G. Feldman, and L. DelaTorre), Ann. Phys. (NY) 249, 146-79 (1996).

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