Buhl Professor of Theoretical Physics
Office: Wean 8319
EducationPh.D., Princeton University
ResearchThe focus of my research in high energy theory for many years has been in the area of electroweak interactions. I have especially been interested in the physics of heavy quarks and leptons, and in understanding the phenomenon of CP violation -- whether it arises from inside the Standard Model through a non-trivial phase in the Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa matrix describing the transformation from quark mass- to weak-eigenstates or from new physics that is associated with higher mass scales.
- J. Bagger et al., Discovering the Quantum Universe: The Role of Particle Colliders, DOE/NSF HEPAP subpanel report, February 2006.
- A. Albrecht et al., Quantum Universe: The Revolution in 21st Century Particle Physics, DOE/NSF HEPAP subpanel report, April 2004.
- F. J. Gilman, Roadmap to the Future, invited summary talk at the 2004 SLAC Summer Institute in Particle Physics, Nature’s Greatest Puzzles, August 2-13, 2004, Stanford, California; published in eConf: http://www.slac.stanford.edu/econf/C040802/.
- F. J. Gilman, K. Kleinknecht and B. Renk, The Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa Quark-Mixing Matrix, review article published in the 2004 Review of Particle Physics, S. Eidelman et. al., Phys. Lett. B 592, 1 (2004).
- C.-W. Chiang and F. J. Gilman, KL,S to ππνν̅ Decays Within and Beyond the Standard Model, Phys. Rev. D 62, 094026 (2000).
- C. O. Dib, I. Dunietz, F. J. Gilman and Y. Nir, Standard Model Predictions for CP Violation in B Meson Decay, Phys. Rev. D 41, 1522 (1990).
- F.J. Gilman and M.B. Wise, Effective Hamiltonian for ΔS=1 Weak Nonleptonic Decays in the Six Quark Model, Phys, Rev. D 20, 2392 (1979).