His main research concerns Particle physics, Higgs boson, Dark matter, Standard Model and Electroweak interaction. His Particle physics study frequently links to other fields, such as Nuclear physics. He interconnects Supersymmetry and Elementary particle in the investigation of issues within Higgs boson.
Alessandro Strumia combines subjects such as Particle decay, Cosmic ray, Annihilation and Scalar field dark matter with his study of Dark matter. His Standard Model research integrates issues from Inflation, Inflaton and Metastability. His Electroweak interaction study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Gauge boson and Vacuum expectation value.
His primary areas of investigation include Particle physics, Higgs boson, Dark matter, Neutrino and Electroweak interaction. His research investigates the connection with Particle physics and areas like Lepton which intersect with concerns in Muon. The various areas that Alessandro Strumia examines in his Higgs boson study include Physics beyond the Standard Model, Boson, False vacuum and Inflation.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Fermion, Light dark matter and Nuclear physics, Annihilation in addition to Dark matter. The concepts of his Neutrino study are interwoven with issues in Phenomenology and Leptogenesis. His Electroweak interaction research incorporates elements of Metastability, Gauge boson and Scalar.
His primary scientific interests are in Particle physics, Dark matter, Higgs boson, Physics beyond the Standard Model and Large Hadron Collider. Alessandro Strumia regularly links together related areas like Lepton in his Particle physics studies. His Dark matter research includes elements of Bound state, Inflation, Quantum chromodynamics, Gauge symmetry and Resonance.
Alessandro Strumia has researched Higgs boson in several fields, including Quantum number, Yukawa potential, Renormalization group, Boson and Scale invariance. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Phenomenology and Baryon. His Large Hadron Collider research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Quantum dynamics and 750 GeV diphoton excess.
Alessandro Strumia spends much of his time researching Particle physics, Dark matter, Physics beyond the Standard Model, Higgs boson and Lepton. His work in Particle physics is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Nuclear physics. Alessandro Strumia focuses mostly in the field of Dark matter, narrowing it down to topics relating to Annihilation and, in certain cases, Positron, Cosmology and Gauge symmetry.
His research in Physics beyond the Standard Model focuses on subjects like Large Hadron Collider, which are connected to Invariant mass, Boson and 750 GeV diphoton excess. His Hypercharge study in the realm of Higgs boson connects with subjects such as Scalar. His Lepton research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Universality and Flavour.
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Observation of a new boson at a mass of 125 GeV with the CMS experiment at the LHC
S. Chatrchyan;V. Khachatryan;A. M. Sirunyan;A. Tumasyan.
Physics Letters B (2012)
Minimal flavour violation: an effective field theory approach
G. D'Ambrosio;G.F. Giudice;G. Isidori;A. Strumia;A. Strumia.
Nuclear Physics (2002)
Higgs mass and vacuum stability in the Standard Model at NNLO
Giuseppe Degrassi;Stefano Di Vita;Joan Elias-Miró;José R. Espinosa;José R. Espinosa.
Journal of High Energy Physics (2012)
Investigating the near-criticality of the Higgs boson
Dario Buttazzo;Giuseppe Degrassi;Pier Paolo Giardino;Pier Paolo Giardino;Gian F. Giudice.
Journal of High Energy Physics (2013)
Minimal Dark Matter
Marco Cirelli;Nicolao Fornengo;Alessandro Strumia.
Nuclear Physics (2006)
Towards a complete theory of thermal leptogenesis in the SM and MSSM
G.F. Giudice;A. Notari;M. Raidal;A. Riotto.
Nuclear Physics (2004)
PPPC 4 DM ID: a poor particle physicist cookbook for dark matter indirect detection
Marco Cirelli;Gennaro Corcella;Andi Hektor;Gert Hütsi.
Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics (2012)
Electroweak symmetry breaking after LEP1 and LEP2
Riccardo Barbieri;Alex Pomarol;Riccardo Rattazzi;Alessandro Strumia.
Nuclear Physics (2004)
Violations of lepton flavour and CP in supersymmetric unified theories
Riccardo Barbieri;Lawrence J. Hall;Alessandro Strumia.
Nuclear Physics (1995)
Model-independent implications of the e , p cosmic ray spectra on properties of Dark Matter
Marco Cirelli;Mario Kadastik;Martti Raidal;Alessandro Strumia.
Nuclear Physics (2009)
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