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Physics
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84
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44,182
249
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1936
National Ranking
997

2006 - Pomeranchuk Prize, Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics

1995 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences

1995 - Sakurai Prize, American Physical Society For his pioneering contributions toward the unification of strong and electroweak interactions, and for his application of quantum chromodynamics to the properties and interactions of hadrons

1993 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For innovative work in particle physics including the standard model, QCD, SU2xU1 symmetry breaking, and GUTs

1982 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

- Quantum mechanics
- Particle physics
- Quantum field theory

Howard Georgi focuses on Particle physics, Quark, Higgs boson, Higgs field and Higgs mechanism. His study involves Technicolor, Spontaneous symmetry breaking, Gauge boson, Standard Model and Quantum chromodynamics, a branch of Particle physics. His Gauge boson study combines topics in areas such as Weak interaction, Grand Unified Theory and Gluon.

In his study, CP violation is inextricably linked to Lepton, which falls within the broad field of Quark. His research in Higgs field focuses on subjects like Unified field theory, which are connected to Higgs sector, Standard Model, Gauge symmetry, Sterile neutrino and Quantum electrodynamics. The various areas that Howard Georgi examines in his Higgs mechanism study include Little Higgs, Elementary particle and Composite Higgs models.

- Unity of All Elementary Particle Forces (2928 citations)
- Softly Broken Supersymmetry and SU(5) (1500 citations)
- Chiral quarks and the non-relativistic quark model (1267 citations)

Particle physics, Quark, Theoretical physics, Gauge theory and Quantum chromodynamics are his primary areas of study. Howard Georgi combines subjects such as Nuclear physics and Lepton with his study of Particle physics. In his research, Boson is intimately related to Elementary particle, which falls under the overarching field of Quark.

His study in Theoretical physics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Renormalization group, Quantum mechanics, Renormalization and Effective field theory. His Quantum chromodynamics study incorporates themes from Interpretation, Baryon and Quantum field theory. His Technicolor research includes elements of Standard Model, Flavor-changing neutral current, Electroweak interaction, Spontaneous symmetry breaking and Chiral symmetry breaking.

- Particle physics (76.43%)
- Quark (25.00%)
- Theoretical physics (18.57%)

- Particle physics (76.43%)
- Theoretical physics (18.57%)
- Gauge theory (15.71%)

His primary areas of investigation include Particle physics, Theoretical physics, Gauge theory, Unparticle physics and Fermion. His work in Electroweak interaction, Higgs boson, Standard Model, Topcolor and Technicolor are all subfields of Particle physics research. His work carried out in the field of Technicolor brings together such families of science as Higgs field and Chiral symmetry breaking.

His Theoretical physics research integrates issues from Tree and Quantum, Quantum mechanics, Effective field theory. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Boson and Massless particle, Mathematical physics. His work deals with themes such as Non-perturbative, Gauge boson and Homogeneous space, which intersect with Fermion.

- Electroweak symmetry breaking from dimensional deconstruction (903 citations)
- De)Constructing dimensions (743 citations)
- Effective field theory for massive gravitons and gravity in theory space (742 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Quantum field theory
- Particle physics

Howard Georgi spends much of his time researching Particle physics, Theoretical physics, Gauge theory, Higgs boson and Unparticle physics. His Particle physics study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Propagator. His Theoretical physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Quantum mechanics and Effective field theory.

Howard Georgi interconnects Gravitation, Graviton, Production and Massless particle in the investigation of issues within Effective field theory. His studies deal with areas such as Vacuum energy, Moduli space, Topology and Graph as well as Gauge theory. His Unparticle physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Boson, Vector boson, Quantum field theory, Free particle and Scale invariance.

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Unity of All Elementary Particle Forces

Howard Georgi;S. L. Glashow.

Physical Review Letters **(1974)**

4887 Citations

Softly Broken Supersymmetry and SU(5)

Savas Dimopoulos;Savas Dimopoulos;Howard Georgi.

Nuclear Physics **(1981)**

2458 Citations

Chiral quarks and the non-relativistic quark model

Aneesh Manohar;Howard Georgi.

Nuclear Physics **(1984)**

2105 Citations

Electroweak symmetry breaking from dimensional deconstruction

Nima Arkani-Hamed;Andrew G. Cohen;Howard Georgi.

Physics Letters B **(2001)**

1788 Citations

Hierarchy of interactions in unified gauge theories

H. Georgi;Helen R. Quinn;Steven Weinberg.

Physical Review Letters **(1974)**

1630 Citations

Hadron Masses in a Gauge Theory

A. De Rujula;Howard Georgi;S.L. Glashow.

Physical Review D **(1975)**

1604 Citations

De)Constructing dimensions

Nima Arkani-Hamed;Andrew G. Cohen;Howard Georgi.

Physical Review Letters **(2001)**

1203 Citations

SU(2) × U(1) breaking by vacuum misalignment

David B. Kaplan;Howard Georgi.

Physics Letters B **(1984)**

1197 Citations

An Effective Field Theory for Heavy Quarks at Low-energies

Howard Georgi.

Physics Letters B **(1990)**

1145 Citations

Composite Higgs scalars

David B. Kaplan;Howard Georgi;Savas Dimopoulos.

Physics Letters B **(1984)**

1026 Citations

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