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MRST 2002 is the 24th in an ongoing series of annual meetings that brings together an international group of researchers clustered around the Universities of Montreal/McGill, Rochester, Syracuse, and Toronto working on various aspects of theoretical high energy physics. This year features discussions on a wider than usual scope of interrelated topics, with invited talks ranging from the latest developments in cosmic microwave background radiation research and the solar neutrino puzzle to the Bekenstein bound in quantum gravity and the AdS/CFT conjecture in string theory. The main purpose is to encourage increased interaction between traditionally separate but clearly overlapping research sub-disciplines. This was the first conference to be hosted by the new Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, and was held in memory of George Leibbrandt, who played a vital role in all aspects of the founding of the Institute and served on its Board of Directors.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735401013
  • Publisher: American Institute of Physics
  • Publication date: 10/26/2007
  • Series: AIP Conference Proceedings Series , #646
  • Edition description: 2003
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 279
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 0.69 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
George Leibbrandt (1937-2001)
Opening Remarks
Strings in Flat Space and pp Waves from N=4 Super Yang Mills 3
The Cosmic Microwave Background and Inflation, Then & Now
Black Holes in High-energy Collisions 34
Direct Evidence for Neutrino Flavor Transformation from Neutral-current Interactions in SNO 43
The Ground State of Quantum Gravity with Positive Cosmological Constant 59
String Bit and the Myers Effect 77
Fixed-topology Solutions in the Myers Effect 83
A New Non-commutative Field Theory 89
Trace Anomaly and Quantization of Maxwell's Theory on Non-commutative Spaces 99
Variational Two Fermion Wave Equations in QED 105
Breaking of Supersymmetry in a U(1) Model with Stueckelberg Fields 111
Self Energy of Chiral Leptons in a Background Hypermagnetic Field 117
Magnetic Behaviour of SO(5) Superconductors 123
The Cosmological Constant Problem and Nonlocal Quantum Gravity 130
Critical Behaviour in Spherically Symmetric Scalar Field Collapse in Any Dimension 139
Spacetime Ambiguities 147
Imposing a 4-Dimensional Background on General Relativity 152
Two-Dimensional Quantum Gravity as String Bit Hamiltonian Models 161
On Quantization of Matrix Models 167
Large N Matrix Models and Noncommutative Fisher Information 173
Single Top Production and Extra Dimensions 179
Constraints on the Vector Quark Model from Rare B Decays 183
Chiral Lagrangian Treatment of the Isosinglet Scalar Mesons in 1-2 GeV Region 189
Quest for a Self-tuning Brane-world Solution to the Cosmological Constant Problem 197
Dynamical Stability of the AdS Soliton in Randall-Sundrum Model 203
Order [rho][superscript 2] Corrections to Cosmology with Two Branes 209
Conserved Quantities, Entropy and the dS/CFT Correspondence 217
Static and Dynamic Vortices in de Sitter Spacetimes 223
A Short Tale from de Sitter Space 229
Non-Abelian Monopoles and Dyons in a Modified Einstein-Yang-Mills-Higgs System 235
Realism in the Realized Popper's Experiment 243
The Dirac Equation in Classical Statistical Mechanics 249
Conference Schedule 255
List of Participants 259
Author Index 261
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