Lawrence J. Hall focuses on Particle physics, Supersymmetry, Higgs boson, Standard Model and Supersymmetry breaking. His Particle physics and Top quark, Grand Unified Theory, Neutrino, Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model and Electroweak interaction investigations all form part of his Particle physics research activities. Lawrence J. Hall works mostly in the field of Neutrino, limiting it down to concerns involving Dark matter and, occasionally, Big Bang nucleosynthesis and Physics beyond the Standard Model.
His Electroweak interaction study combines topics in areas such as Elementary particle and CP violation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Compactification, Theoretical physics and Nuclear physics. Lawrence J. Hall has included themes like Large Hadron Collider and Gauge symmetry in his Higgs boson study.
Lawrence J. Hall mainly focuses on Particle physics, Supersymmetry, Higgs boson, Dark matter and Lepton. His study in Neutrino, Quark, Supersymmetry breaking, Symmetry breaking and Standard Model falls under the purview of Particle physics. His research integrates issues of Yukawa potential and Theoretical physics in his study of Supersymmetry.
The Higgs boson study combines topics in areas such as Top quark, Electroweak interaction and Proton decay. The various areas that Lawrence J. Hall examines in his Dark matter study include Large Hadron Collider, Inflation and Quantum chromodynamics. His Lepton study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Fermion, Pair production, Elementary particle and CP violation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Particle physics, Dark matter, Higgs boson, Axion and Quantum chromodynamics. His Particle physics research focuses on Quark, Neutrino, Supersymmetry, Supersymmetry breaking and Proton decay. His study on Higgsino is often connected to Order as part of broader study in Supersymmetry.
His Dark matter research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Symmetry breaking, Standard Model, Physics beyond the Standard Model, Large Hadron Collider and Electron. The study incorporates disciplines such as Top quark, Dark radiation, Electroweak interaction and Strong CP problem in addition to Higgs boson. Lawrence J. Hall combines subjects such as Universe, Superpartner, Inflation, Exponential decay and Axino with his study of Axion.
Lawrence J. Hall mainly investigates Particle physics, Dark matter, Axion, Physics beyond the Standard Model and Higgs boson. His Dark radiation research extends to the thematically linked field of Particle physics. His Dark matter research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cherenkov radiation, Cosmic ray, Galaxy and Supernova.
His Axion research includes themes of Supersymmetry breaking, Field, Exponential decay and Universe. His work carried out in the field of Supersymmetry breaking brings together such families of science as Gravitino and Axino. His Supersymmetry study incorporates themes from Entropy production and Light dark matter.
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Top quark mass in supersymmetric SO(10) unification.
Lawrence J. Hall;Lawrence J. Hall;Riccardo Rattazzi;Uri Sarid.
Physical Review D (1994)
Improved naturalness with a heavy Higgs: An Alternative road to LHC physics
Riccardo Barbieri;Lawrence J. Hall;Vyacheslav S. Rychkov.
Physical Review D (2006)
Supergravity as the messenger of supersymmetry breaking
Lawrence J. Hall;Joseph D. Lykken;Steven Weinberg.
Physical Review D (1983)
Freeze-in production of FIMP dark matter
Lawrence J. Hall;Lawrence J. Hall;Lawrence J. Hall;Karsten Jedamzik;John March-Russell;Stephen M. West;Stephen M. West.
Journal of High Energy Physics (2010)
Explicit R-Parity Breaking in Supersymmetric Models
Lawrence J. Hall;Mahiko Suzuki.
Nuclear Physics (1984)
Violations of lepton flavour and CP in supersymmetric unified theories
Riccardo Barbieri;Lawrence J. Hall;Alessandro Strumia.
Nuclear Physics (1995)
Gauge unification in higher dimensions
Lawrence J. Hall;Yasunori Nomura.
Physical Review D (2001)
Weak scale effective supersymmetry
L.J. Hall;L.J. Hall;Lisa Randall.
Physical Review Letters (1990)
Signals for supersymmetric unification
Riccardo Barbieri;L.J. Hall.
Physics Letters B (1994)
Electroweak phase transition and baryogenesis.
Greg W. Anderson;Greg W. Anderson;Lawrence J. Hall;Lawrence J. Hall.
Physical Review D (1992)
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