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I am a theoretical physicist working in the area of quantum field theory, mostly QCD and gauge theories. I am also interested in mathematical problems related to the solution of PDEs.


Mar
26
comment The process $\mu^+\mu^-\rightarrow hh$
How do you conserve charge?
Mar
26
comment The process $\mu^+\mu^-\rightarrow hh$
Do you mean a box diagram?
Mar
26
asked The process $\mu^+\mu^-\rightarrow hh$
Dec
11
awarded  Yearling
Sep
21
revised Frasca's mapping of classical Yang-Mills to $\phi^4$ theory
Added a link to my blog
Sep
21
comment Frasca's mapping of classical Yang-Mills to $\phi^4$ theory
Dear @Qmechanic, Thanks a lot for pointing this out. Yes I am the author. I thought this would have been clear from my profile where there is a link to my blog with a list of my publications. Somewhat involved but nothing to hide.
Sep
20
comment Frasca's mapping of classical Yang-Mills to $\phi^4$ theory
Thanks for answering for me but this information is just incomplete.
Sep
20
answered Frasca's mapping of classical Yang-Mills to $\phi^4$ theory
May
8
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
18
comment Which arguments for $m_u \approx 0$ are still in the market?
@dmckee It is perfectly consistent with the quark masses evaluated at 2 GeV. Reference book is the one cited. Please, check it.
Jan
10
awarded  Enlightened
Jan
10
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
11
awarded  Yearling
Nov
29
comment Dynamical supersymmetry breaking and Witten index
I think this is a right view.
Nov
29
comment Dynamical supersymmetry breaking and Witten index
Yes, I know this. I have read Witten's paper. But how does this idea translate to dynamical breaking of symmetry? And if I would have a NJL mechanism?
Nov
29
awarded  Caucus
Nov
29
revised Dynamical supersymmetry breaking and Witten index
Minor correction
Nov
29
asked Dynamical supersymmetry breaking and Witten index
Nov
3
awarded  Custodian
Nov
3
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Quantum mechanics as classical field theory