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Professor Alexander Belyaev

Professor of Physics

Research interests

  • Theory and phenomenology of elementary particle physics and cosmology beyond the standard model
  • Supersymmetry, extra-dimensions and technicolor and their Dark Matter cosmological connections

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Accepting applications from PhD students.

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About

The area of my research includes Theory and Phenomenology of Elementary Particle Physics and Cosmology Beyond the Standard Model: Supersymmetry, Extra-Dimensions and Technicolor and their Dark Matter cosmological connections.

See the list of my publications: my theoretical papers and my experimental papers

I has been working in close contact with experimental collaborations: I am the former member of DØ collaboration at  Fermilab (1996-2004) and presently I am the full member of the CMS collaboration at CERN since 2007.

I am one of three developers of the CalcHEP package which was created  to enable one to go directly from the Lagrangian to the cross sections and distributions effectively, with a high level of automation. The package can be compiled on any Unix platform.

In 2011 I have pioneered High Energy Physics Model Database (HEPMDB) project which was created to facilitate connection between High Energy theory and experiment, and it is a tool to store and validate theoretical models. The goal is to provide a dictionary of model signatures, cutting down calculation times thus enhancing productivity within the field of Particle Physics.

Recently I have started developing project connecting Collider and Cosmological exploration of various Dark Matter models which, I believe, will create a solid ground for uncovering the underlying theory.

Please visit my personal website.

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