Center for Theoretical Physics

A division of the Department of Physics and the Laboratory for Nuclear Science.

Our Research

We are a unified research and teaching center focused on fundamental physics. Our activities range from string theory and cosmology at the highest energies down through unification and beyond-the-standard-model physics, through the standard model, to QCD, hadrons, quark matter, and nuclei at the low energy scale.    

Recent Publications

  • Spontaneous CP Violation and Horizontal Symmetry in the MSSM: Toward Lepton Flavor Naturalness
    Daniel Aloni, Pouya Asadi, Yuichiro Nakai, Matthew Reece and Motoo Suzuki
    April 6, 2021, arXiv:2104.02679
    Abstract: (click to show)
  • Why is AI hard and Physics simple?
    Daniel A. Roberts
    March 31, 2021, arXiv:2104.00008
    Abstract: (click to show)
  • Accidentally Asymmetric Dark Matter
    Pouya Asadi, Eric David Kramer, Eric Kuflik, Gregory W. Ridgway, Tracy R. Slatyer et. al.
    March 17, 2021, arXiv:2103.09822
    Abstract: (click to show)
  • Parton Physics from a Heavy-Quark Operator Product Expansion: I. Formalism and Wilson Coefficients
    William Detmold, Anthony V. Grebe, Issaku Kanamori, C.-J David Lin, Robert J. Perry et. al.
    March 17, 2021, arXiv:2103.09529
    Abstract: (click to show)