His main research concerns Particle physics, CP violation, Standard Model, Quark and Physics beyond the Standard Model. Quantum chromodynamics, B meson, Higgs boson, Electroweak interaction and Large Hadron Collider are the primary areas of interest in his Particle physics study. His CP violation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Neutron electric dipole moment, Custodial symmetry, Higgs sector and Asymmetry.
His study in the field of Vector boson is also linked to topics like Dimension. Amarjit Soni combines subjects such as Hadron, Unitarity and Cabibbo–Kobayashi–Maskawa matrix with his study of Physics beyond the Standard Model. His Nuclear physics research incorporates themes from Phase and Radiative transfer.
His primary scientific interests are in Particle physics, Quark, CP violation, Hadron and Nuclear physics. Higgs boson, Physics beyond the Standard Model, Quantum chromodynamics, Standard Model and Fermion are the subjects of his Particle physics studies. His study in Higgs boson is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Large Hadron Collider, Top quark and Electroweak interaction.
His Quark study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Meson, Quantum electrodynamics and Lattice. In his research on the topic of CP violation, Branching fraction and Atomic physics is strongly related with B meson. His Hadron research incorporates elements of Annihilation and Pseudoscalar.
His primary areas of investigation include Particle physics, Quark, Physics beyond the Standard Model, Lattice and Fermion. His Particle physics study frequently links to other fields, such as Nuclear physics. Amarjit Soni interconnects Meson, Isospin, CP violation and Asymmetry in the investigation of issues within Quark.
His research in Physics beyond the Standard Model intersects with topics in Production, Dark matter and Observable. His Lattice research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Quantum electrodynamics, B meson and Unitarity. His Fermion study combines topics in areas such as Charm quark, Down quark, Elementary particle and Up quark.
Amarjit Soni mainly focuses on Particle physics, Nuclear physics, Physics beyond the Standard Model, Pion and Quark. His study in Particle physics concentrates on Lattice field theory, Quantum chromodynamics, Lattice QCD, Chiral perturbation theory and Fermion. His work on Nuclear physics deals in particular with CP violation and Cabibbo–Kobayashi–Maskawa matrix.
His research investigates the connection between CP violation and topics such as Large Hadron Collider that intersect with problems in Weinberg angle. His work carried out in the field of Physics beyond the Standard Model brings together such families of science as Hadron, Neutrino, Dark matter and Flux. Amarjit Soni has included themes like Lattice and Asymmetry in his Quark study.
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Warped gravitons at the CERN LHC and beyond
Kaustubh Agashe;Hooman Davoudiasl;Gilad Perez;Amarjit Soni.
Physical Review D (2007)
Flavor Structure of Warped Extra Dimension Models
Kaustubh Agashe;Gilad Perez;Amarjit Soni.
Physical Review D (2005)
Rare decays of the top quark in the standard and two-Higgs-doublet models.
G Eilam;JL Hewett;A Soni.
Physical Review D (1991)
Enhanced CP Violation with B-->KD 0 \(D̄ 0 \) Modes and Extraction of the Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa Angle γ
David Atwood;Isard Dunietz;Amarjit Soni.
Physical Review Letters (1997)
Constraint on the Mass Scale of a Left-Right Symmetric Electroweak Theory from the K(L) K(S) Mass Difference
G. Beall;Myron Bander;A. Soni.
Physical Review Letters (1982)
Physical Results from 2+1 Flavor Domain Wall QCD and SU(2) Chiral Perturbation Theory
C. Allton;D. J. Antonio;Y. Aoki;T. Blum;T. Blum.
Physical Review D (2008)
Measuring the CP angle β in hadronic b -> s penguin decays
David London;Amarjit Soni.
Physics Letters B (1997)
Phenomenology of two Higgs doublet models with flavor changing neutral currents
David Atwood;Laura Reina;Amarjit Soni.
Physical Review D (1997)
Application of chiral perturbation theory to K→2π decays
Claude Bernard;Terrence Draper;A. Soni;H. David Politzer.
Physical Review D (1985)
Flavor Physics in the Quark Sector
M. Antonelli;D. M. Asner;D. Bauer;T. Becher.
Physics Reports (2010)
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