CONTACT INFORMATION


Office 
Mailing Address: 
Department of Astronomy and Theoretical Physics
Lund University Sölvegatan 14A S 223 62 Lund Sweden 

Tel: 
++46462220447 

Email: 


Visiting Address: 
Office K226 Sölvegatan 14A S 223 62 Lund Sweden 

Map of Lund: 
The building just
above the TF
in the center of the image 
 Map of Building: 
The Building marked K, x marks the entrances 
Home : 
Address: 
Pistolvägen 5 S 226 49 Lund Sweden 

Tel: 
++46462118261 
If you can't reach me in my office or at home,
here are
a few other options how I might be reached.
RESEARCH
My main interest is in theoretical hadronic and highenergy physics. This
is the study of Quantum Chromo Dynamics at low energies and effects
of the strong interaction in the study of rare decays, CP violation,
mixings, determination of quark masses, etc.
Hadronic physics thus straddles the boundary between nuclear and
highenergy physics.

My publication list can be
obtained via
SPIRES
or
via
INSPIRE,
see
SPIRES
and INSPIRE.
 A more extensive description of my research interests and
recent projects.

Entering the highprecision era of flavour physics through
the alliance of lattice simulations, effective field theories and experiment
This is a broadening of the earlier European networks:
 EURIDICE:
European Investigations on Dafne and other International Collider Experiments
using Effective Theories of Colors and Flavours from the Phi to the Upsilon
 EURODAPHNE:
The European network on High precision elementary particle physics at
the Phifactory Daphne.
Miniproceedings and other conference related links
Transparencies of some of my talks
Before 2004,
2005,
2006,
2007,
2008,
2009,
2010,
2011,
2012,
2013,
2014
 Before 2004
 2004
 Transparencies of Matching Light Quarks to Hadrons,
Benasque 2004 talk:
scanned (pdf).
 Transparencies of European Few Body Conference,
Groningen 2004 talk:
pdf.
 Transparencies of talk at DESY, december 2004
:
pdf, ps.
 2005
 2006
 Talk at Intergroup meeting in Lund, April 2006.
pdf, ps.
 Talk at Soft pions in hard processes in Regensburg,
August 2006.
pdf, ps.
 Talk at Final Euridice Meeting in Kazimierz, Poland,
August 2006.
pdf, ps.
 Talk at Chiral Dynamics 2006 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA, September 2006.
pdf, ps.
 Talk at Partikeldagarna 2006 in Uppsala, Sweden, October 2006.
pdf, ps.
 Talk at Euroflavour06 in Barcelona, Spain, November 2006.
pdf, ps.
 Talk at Svenskt Kärnfysikermöte XXVI
in Lund, Sweden, November 2006.
pdf, ps.
 2007
 Talk in Mainz, Januari 2007.
pdf, ps.
 Talk in Flavianet Kaon WG, May 2007.
pdf, ps.
 Talk in Kaon07, May 2007.
pdf, ps.
 Talk in Lattice07, August 2007.
pdf, ps.
 Talk in MENU 2007, September 2007.
pdf, ps.
 Talks in EUROFLAVOUR07, November 2007,
eta to 3 pi,
K to pi lepton nu (Kl3)
and
Kaon working group report
 2008
 Talk in Odense, February 2008.
pdf, ps.
 Talk in Flavianet Kaon Workshop June 2008.
pdf, ps.
 Talk in ECT^{*} Workshop on
Bound States and Resonances in Effective Field Theories,
September 2008.
pdf, ps.
 Talk about Nobelprize 2008: Broken Symmetries,
November 2008.
pdf, ps.
 2009
 Talk in EFT09: International workshop on effective field
theories, February 2009.
pdf, ps.
 Talk in EuNPC09: European Nuclear Physics Conference,
March 2009.
pdf, ps.
 Talk in Chiral Dynamics,
Berne, July 2009.
pdf, ps.
 Talk in PrimeNet meeting,
Bonn, October 2009.
pdf, ps.
 Talk in EUROFLAVOUR09,
Bari, November 2009.
pdf, ps.
 Talk at Svenskt Kärnfysikermöte XXIX
in Örebro, Sweden, November 2009 about VR
pdf, ps.
 Talk at NA62 Handbook Workshop
in CERN, Geneva, Switzerland December 2009
pdf, ps.
 2010

Talk at University of Granada,
Leading logarithms in effective field theory , February 2010
pdf, ps.

Colloquium in Lund, Hadrons, Flavours and Effective Theories,
April 2010, pdf.
 Talk at PANDA Collaboration meeting, Stockholm, June 2010,
pdf.
 Talk at Euroflavour 2010, Munich, September 2010,
pdf.
 Talk at Bochum University, Bochum, December 2010,
pdf.
 2011
 Talk at Strong interactions: from methods to structures,
Bad Honnef, February 2011,
Chiral perturbation theory
in new surroundings pdf
 Talk at INT Workshop on
The Hadronic LightbyLight Contribution to the Muon Anomaly,
Seattle, FebruaryMarch 2011,
Hadronic lightbylight:
extended NambuJonaLasinio
and chiral quark models
pdf
 Talk at Symposium in memory of Prof. Ximo Prades,
Granada, 23 May 2011,
A long collaboration on
nonleptonic matrix elements
pdf
 Talk at PrimeNet Worskhop,
Jülich, 2628 September 2011,
Hard pion chiral perturbation theory
what is it and is it useful for η, η′ ?
pdf
 Talk at HIKSP, Bonn University,
Bonn, 11 October 2011, Hard pion chiral
perturbation theory
pdf
 Talk at Colour meets Flavour: Quantum Chromodynamics and Quark Flavour Physics,
Siegen, 1314 October 2011,
Chiral symmetry at high energies:
hard pion chiral perturbation theory
pdf
 Talk at 31st Annual Swedish Nuclear Physics Meeting,
Lund, 911 November, 2011,
Chiral perturbation theory
in new surroundings
pdf
 Talk at Technical University Munich,
Garching, 5 December 2011,
Applications of chiral
symmetry at high energies
pdf
 2012
 Talk at Spaatind 2012,
Skeikampen, 27 January 2012,
Chiral symmetry at high energies
pdf
 Talk at Meson 2012
Cracow, 31 May5 June 2012,
Hadronic lightbylight
for the muon anomaly and
renormalization group for EFT,
pdf
 Talk at LMD 2012
Jefferson Lab, Newport News, Virginia USA, 5 August 2012,
Why (light) meson decays are interesting,
pdf
 Talk at Chiral Dynamics 2012 Jefferson Lab,
Newport News, Virginia USA ,
6 August 2012,
Chiral Perturbation Theory and Mesons,
pdf
 Talk at Charles University Prague, Czechia,
3 October 2012, and at
Uppsala University Uppsala, Sweden,
31 October 2012,
Hadronic LightbyLight for the Muon Anomalous Magnetic Moment,
pdf
 2013
 Talk at Helsiniki Institute of Physics Helsinki, Finland,
22 January 2013, and at
University of Granada Granada Spain,
14 February 2013,
Hadronic LightbyLight for the Muon Anomalous Magnetic Moment,
pdf
 Talk at MesonNet Meeting Prague, 17 June 2013,
Status of the muon g2 light by light contribution,
pdf
 Talk at Lattice 2013 Mainz, 31 July 2013,
Sunset integrals at finite volume,
pdf
 Talk at Partikeldagarna 2013 Lund, 22 October 2013,
Report from VR, pdf
 2014
 Talk at University of Gieβen, Gieβen, Germany,
30 January 2014,
Hadronic contributions to the muon anomalous magnetic moment,
pdf
 Talk at Light Meson Dynamics, Mainz, Germany,
1012 February 2014,
The odd intrinsic parity sector of ChPT,
pdf
 Talk at Hadronic Probes of Fundamental Symmetries,
Amherst 68 March 2014,
Chiral Perturbation theory for η→3π and η→π^{0}γγ,
pdf
 Talk at Hadronic Probes of Fundamental Symmetries,
Amherst 68 March 2014,
Old and New Results for hadronic Lightbylight,
pdf
 Talk at
Hadronic contributions to the muon anomalous magnetic moment: strategies for
improvements of the accuracy of the theoretical prediction
Mainz 15 April 2014,
Hadronic lightbylight contribution: the (resonance) lagrangian
approach, pdf
 Talk at XIth Quark Confinement and the Hadron Spectrum
St. Petersburg, 812 Septmeber 2014,
Status of Chiral Meson Physics, pdf
TEACHING
 Present
 Past
 Courses and education in physics in Lund:
STUDENTS
I supervise/have supervised several undergraduate and PhD thesisses. The names link
to the thesis.
 Undergraduate
 Fredrik Borg (then Persson) (magister) Effects of different Formfactors in MesonPhotonPhoton Trnsitions
 Anders Månsson (magister) Gravity in extradimensional Spaces
 Henrik Jönsson (magister) Electroweak Baryogenesis
 Olof Strandberg (magister) Determination of the Anomalous Chiral Coefficients of order p^{6}
 Anders Pinzke (magister) Estimating the Electromagnetic Chiral Lagrangian Coefficients
 Tomas Kasemets (bachelor) Relic Gravitational Waves as a Source of CMB Polarization
 Alejandro Celis (master) On SU(2) Chiral Perturbation Theory for K to ππ Decay Amplitudes
 Sven Möller (bachelor) Exploring the AdS/QCD correspondence
 Mehran Zahiri Abyaneh (master) The Anatomy of the Pion Loop Hadronic Light by
Light Scattering Contribution to the Muon Magnetic
Anomaly
 Emil Boström (master) Sunset integrals at finite volume
 Douglas Svensson Seth (bachelor) Vector Meson Masses in AdS/QCD
 PhD
My own PhD supervisor was
Mark B. Wise at
Caltech, who was a student of
Fred Gilman, who was a student of Marvin Goldberger, who was a student of
Edward Teller, who was a student of Werner Heisenberg, who was a student of
Arnold Sommerfeld. Further back can be traced from
Sommerfeld's
page at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
POSITIONS
Postdoc position: if we have one we normally announce it on our homepage
and the SLAC SPIRES job list.
We often have opportunities for a
Ph. D. student in theoretical hadronic and high energy physics.
For more information contact
.
LINKS
Theoretical Particle Physics
Theoretical Physics
Mathematical Physics
Physics Department
Lund University
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