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Research activities in the UW Particle, Field, and String Theory group include elementary particle phenomenology, applications of quantum field theory, string theory, and cosmology. Current interests include gravitational descriptions of quantum field theories, particularly QCDlike theories, and related aspects of gauge/string duality, signatures of new physics potentially visible in hadronic colliders, novel extensions of the standard model and possible signatures of new physics, dark matter, dark energy, and massvarying neutrino models, improved techniques for extraction of hadronic physics from lattice gauge theory, properties of high temperature gauge theories, large N limits and other aspects of nonperturbative field theory.
Recent papers: see links within the personnel listing 
April 2326, 2013 
Using jet substructure (event location: University of Oregon, Eugene) 
January 2225, 2013 

February 610, 2012 

July 1829, 2011 

April 2630, 2011 
Joint TheoreticalExperimental Workshop: Higgs @ Tevatron and LHC 
June 711, 2010 
Joint TheoreticalExperimental Workshop: The Terascale at LHC 0.5 and Tevatron 
January 1115, 2010 
Joint TheoreticalExperimental Workshop: Jet Substructure at the LHC 
May 48, 2009 
Joint TheoreticalExperimental Workshop: Signatures of Long Lived Particles at the LHC 
February 36, 2009 

January 1216, 2009 
Joint TheoreticalExperimental Workshop: Determining the Properties of the Higgs at the LHC 
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