Theoretical Physics

Theoretical physics at the New Mexico Consortium uses mathmatical models of physical systems in order to try to explain and predict how things work in the natural world. Currently, research in theoretical physics includes:

Probing Non-standard Time-reversal Violating Higgs Interactions: From Electric Dipole Moments to Colliders

Vincenzo Cirigliano, LANL Scientist, NMC Affiliate

This project involves research in theoretical physics, with both analytic and computational work. The aim of the project is to better understand the properties of the newly discovered Higgs boson, through a combination of constraints that range from low-energy experiments (for example the search for the neutron electric dipole moment) all the way to high-energy particle collider experiments.


Theoretical Physics, Statistics, and Numerical Simulation

John Pearson, LANL Scientist, NMC Affiliate
William Bruno

This study looks at calcium ion channels. This algorithm development is a collaboration between Pearson and the TBN post-doctoral fellow.


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