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Particle Physics in Poland: Theory and phenomenology Jan Kalinowski Instutute of Theoretial Physics, Warsaw University RECFA, Warsaw, 25 February 2005

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 2 Outline: Particle theory Topics Where in Poland Human resources Theory and phenomenology centers in Poland Conferences and workshops Participation in international projects Summary

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 3 Disclaimer Based on info from heads of chairs and divisions Many data digged out from web pages up-to-date ? completeness ? Papers and citations from SPIRES database Fuzzy lines between phenomenlogy and experiment, particle theory and formal QFT and mathematical physics Difficlut to give proper justice to all

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 4 Particle theory in a nutshell according to R.Barbieri, ICHEP04 Quest for new physics QFT developments Astrophysics and cosmology Developing tools for physics analyses

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 5 Topics: Standard Model: QCD structure functions, spin, diffraction, correlations, glueballs, pentaquarks, top, heavy ions Electroweak: precision tests, W, Z, H masses (g-2), b->s, rare decays K and B decays, CKM Higgs searches, CP neutrino masses and mixings Tools: HDECAY, KORALW, TAUOLA,.......YFSWW,... Collider phenomenology: LHC, ILC, PLC, LHC/ILC Beyond the SM SUSY: Higgses (also 2HDM), CP, sfermions and gauginos R p violation, FCNC low-energy and WMAP constraints SUSY parameters, SPA project LR, extra U(1) models: neutrino masses, Z Extra dimensions: UED, RS, deconstruction, KK states, radion-Higgs mixing branes, models of SUSY breaking Little Higgs Strings, Cosmology: leptogenesis, quintessence......

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 6 Where in Poland University of Białystok Warszawa Warsaw University A.Sołtan Institute of Nuclear Studies N. Copernicus Astronomical Center University of M.Curie-Skłodowska, Lublin Świętokrzyska Academy, Kielce Kraków Jagellonian University H. Niewodniczański Institute of Nuclear Physics Academy of Mining and Metallurgy (UST) University of Silesia, Katowice University of Wrocław University of ŁódźUniversity of Zielona Góra

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 7 0+2+0+1 11+11+7+12 1+0+1+2 2+1+0+2 19+16+12+11 2+3+5+13 1+2+3+3 4+2+3+4 0+2+1+0 Human resources (prof+ass.prof+dr+PhD)

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 8 Chair of Elementary Particles: Stefan Pokorski + Professors: W. Krolikowski (emeritus), J. Bartelski, J. Kalinowski, B. Grzadkowski 8 ass. prof., 2 post-docs, 9 PhD students Topics: structure of hadron (including spin), structure of photon, QCD corrections to rare EW processes, CP violation in the top and Higgs sectors, B- and K-decays, unitarity triangle EW precision observables, anomalous gauge boson couplings, nonstandard Higgs, supersymmetry, neutrino physics, collider phenomenology, numerical tools extra dimensions, strings, brain worlds cosmology, loop quantum gravity Papers (citations): 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 47 (1445) 63 (1653) 60 (885) 45 (384) 45 (166) Warsaw University (WU) - Institute of Theoretical Physics Theory and phenomenology centers in Poland

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 9 Theory and phenomenology centers in Poland Chair of Leptons and Hadrons: Andrzej Szymacha + Professors: J. Namyslowski, 2 ass. prof., 2 post-docs, 2 PhD students Topics: light-cone dynamics, Hamiltonian effective theory, perturbative QCD, bound states of heavy quarks Papers (citations): 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 3 (25) 2 (7) 5 (43) 3 (5) 0 Warsaw University (WU) - Institute of Theoretical Physics A. Soltan Institute of Nuclear Studies (SINS) Warsaw Div. Theoretical Physics: Grzegorz Wilk + Professors: L. Lukaszuk, S. Wycech, 1 ass. prof., 3 post-docs, 0 PhD students Topics: multiparticle production, statistical methods, BE correlations general problems of QFT, QCD models of Pomeron and Odderon, hard diffraction strangelets, mesoatoms, hybrid mesons, low energy Papers (citations): 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 14 (115) 14 (96) 25 (120) 16 (57) 26 (46)

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 10 Theory and phenomenology centers in Poland Professors: Stanisław Tatur + 1 ass. prof. (left in 2002) Topics: spin structure functions, quark models small-x physics, Papers (citations): 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 6 (37) 2 (8) 2 (5) 1 (0) 2 (1) N. Copernicus Astronomical Centre (CAMK) Warsaw University of Białystok (UoB) (since 1997) - Institute of Theoretical Physics Div. Field Theory: Jerzy Przeszowski + 1 ass. prof., 1 PhD students Topics: quark masses, RGE analysis of CKM, Higgs asymmetric quantum mechanics, unstable particles Papers (citations): 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 3 (20) 2 (1) 1 (6) 3 (4) 1 (0)

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 11 Theory and phenomenology centers in Poland Div. Particle Theory: Andrzej Białas + Professors: W. Czyz (emeritus), K. Zalewski, K. Fialkowski, M. Praszalowicz, R. Wit 1 ass. prof., 2 post-docs, 3 PhD students Div. Appl. Computing Methods: Jerzy Szwed + Professors: E. Richter-Was, 4 ass. prof., Topics: strong interactions dynamics, BE, HTB correlations hard diffraction in lh and hh collisions, odderon QCD, pentaquarks, Skyrme, chiral soliton models, generalized parton distributions, BFKL, nuclear collisions statistical models, quantum statistics multireggeon compound states, spin structure functions, electron structure function precision EW processes (WW, fermion pairs,...), MC tools, Higgs searches, QFT in N-dim Papers (citations): 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 40 (746) 41 (1272) 38 (355) 29 (270) 38 (137) Jagellonian University (JU) Cracow - Institute of Physics

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 12 Theory and phenomenology centers in Poland Div. Theoretical Computer Physics: Andrzej Kotański + Professors: J. Wosiek, 1 PhD student Div. Field Theory: Henryk Arodź + 2 ass. prof., 4 post-docs, 4 PhD students Div. Complex systems: Jerzy Jurkiewicz + Professors: M. Nowak, 2 post-docs, 3 PhD students Topics: lattice matrix theory, supersymmetric Yang-Mills QM multiparticle production, correlations QCD, glueballs, solitons, strings, nonlinear QED dense QCD, instantons, matrix models, AdS/CFT Casimir effect, noncommutative geometry, domain walls chiral disorder, Dirac operator, 2D and 3D quantum gravity, D-branes, strings Papers (citations): 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 20 (295) 20 (110) 20 (263) 26 (112) 25 (59 ) Jagellonian University (JU) - Institute of Physics

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 13 Theory and phenomenology centers in Poland Div. Theoretical Physics: Wojciech Broniowski + Professors: J. Kwieciński (+), W. Florkowski, L. Leśniak, 4 ass. prof., 5 post-docs, 3 PhD students Topics: DIS, geometric scaling, unintegrated parton distributions hard DIS processes, cosmic neutrinos, statistical model for heavy ion collisions low energy pi-pi, K-K scattering, B-meson decays, weak hadron decays Papers (citations): 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 32 (362) 32 (992) 42 (447) 32 (261) 27 (49) Div. Particle Theory: Maciej Skrzypek + Professors: M. Jeżabek, E. Richter-Was, St. Jadach, 2 ass. prof., 4 Post-docs Topics: radiative corrections for the LEP physics, MC tools calculation of W mass, sin 2 w, neutrinos Higgs searches, t physics, CP-violation radiative corrections for the LHC, collider phenomenology Papers (citations): 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 17 (659) 20 (622) 33 (502) 16 (97) 24 (57) H. Niewodniczański Institute of Nuclear Physics (NINP) Cracow (of PAN)

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 14 Theory and phenomenology centers in Poland Div. Particle Physics: Marek Zrałek + Professors: M. Jeżabek (left in 2003), 3 ass. prof., 3 post-docs, 8 PhD students Topics: neutrino physics: nature, masses, bi-maximal mixing models with LR symmetry, extra U(1), Z EW precision calculations, B-decays radiative corrections to Bhabha radiative return at Da ne, alpha em Papers (citations): 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 10 (187) 24 (632) 25 (277) 21 (139) 16 (54) Div. Astrophysics: Ryszard Mańka + 2 post-docs, 5 PhD students Topics: protoneutron stars, strange stars, meson masses in relativistic mean field KK states, Quintessence, dark energy, Papers (citations): 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 6 (9) 11 (18) 8 (3) 6 (24) 6 (20) University of Silesia (US) Katowice – Institute of Physics

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 15 Theory and phenomenology centers in Poland Div. HEP and Particle Theory: Jerzy Lukierski Div. Field Theory: Zbigniew Haba working group on phenomenology: K. Redlich + 2 ass. prof., 3 post-docs, 3 PhD students Topics: heavy ion collisions, J/psi production, quark-gluon plasma lepton and dilepton production, contacts with RHIC, GSI and ALICE hot hadronic matter neutrino interactions with nuclei, Papers (citations): 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 13 (332) 20 (382) 12 (47) 12 (218) 17 (12) University of Wrocław (UWr) – Institute of Theoretical Physics

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 16 Theory and phenomenology centers in Poland Chairs of Theoretical Physics: Jakub Rembielinski/ Paweł Maślanka + Professors: P. Kosiński, J. Ciborowski, 2 ass. prof., 1 post-docs, 2 PhD students Topics: gluonic hadron structure, decay widths of mesons neutrinos, theory of tachyons quantum groups, quantum spaces Papers (citations): 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 4 (23) 7 (12) 6 (53) 9 (14) 6 (0) University of Łódź (UL) - Institute of Physics University of Zielona Góra (UZG) (since 2001) - Institute of Physics Div. Fundamental Interactions: Anatol Nowicki + 1 ass. prof., 1 post-docs, Topics: kaon-physics, unstable particles, CPT kappa-deformed relativistic kinematics Papers (citations): 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2 (12) 3 (19) 11 (111) 1 (0) 2 (0)

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 17 Theory and phenomenology centers in Poland Div. Theoretical Physics: Stanisław Mrówczyński + Professors: W. Florkowski, 1 ass. prof., 2 PhD students Topics: collisions of heavy nuclei, quark-gluon plasma, multiparticle production, statistical methods, BE correlations Papers (citations): 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 12 (71) 17 (244) 14 (113) 10 (68) 17 (27) Świętokrzyska Academy (S.A.) Kielce (since 2000) - Institute of Physics University of M. Curie-Skłodowska (UMCS) Lublin - Institute of Physics Subdiv. of Theoretical Physics: Wiesław Kamiński + 1 ass. prof., 1 post-docs, 2 PhD students Topics: neutrinoless 2 decays, supersymmetry, R p violation, neutrino masses extra dimensions Papers (citations): 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 5 (25) 1 (14) 1 (0) 4 (14) 4 (2)

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 18 Conferences and Workshops Warszawa: Conference PLANCK: From the Planck Scale to the EW Scale PHOTON 2005 and PLC Kraków: Cracow School of Theoretical Physics (Zakopane) Cracow Epiphany Conference Workshop on DIS and QCD `02 ECFA-DESY Workshop on LC `02 Symposioum on Multiparticle Dynamics `03 Kielce: Int. Workshop on Future of Nuclear Collisions `04 Katowice: Int. Conference on Theoretical Physics (Ustroń) Wrocław: Karpacz Winter School of Theoretical Physics Max Born Symposia Semi-regular exchange of seminars between Warszawa, Kraków, Katowice

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 19 Participation in international projects EU networks in the 5th Framework Project HPRN-CT-2000-148 Physics Across the Present Energy Fronties: Probing the Origin of Mass Coordinator: Stefan Pokorski (ITP WU Warsaw) Project HPRN-CT-2000-00149 Particle Physics Phenomenology at High Energy Colliders Coordinator: Stanisław Jadach (NINP Cracow). Participation: JU, NINP Cracow, ITP WU Warsaw, IP US Katowice Project HPRN-CT-2000-00152 Supersymetry and the Early Universe Coordinator: Zygmunt Lalak Project HPRN-CT-2002-00311 EURIDICE European Investigations on DAPHNE and other International Collider Experiments using Effective Theories of Colours and Flavours for High Precision Elementary Particle Physics from the Phi to the Upsilon Coordinator: Maria Krawczyk Participation: ITP WU, SINS, Warsaw, IP US Katowice

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 20 Participation in international projects EU networks in the 6th Framework Project MRTN-CT-2004-503369 The Quest for Unification: Theory Confronts Experiment Coordinator: Stefan Pokorski (ITP WU Warsaw) Project MTKD-CT-2004-510126 Calculational Tools and Methods for Physics at Large Hadron Collider" Coordinator: Stanisław Jadach (NINP, Cracow) Project INTAS 03-51-4007 Development of Tools for Precision Calculations of Processes at High-Energy Colliders and Their Applications" Coordinator: Stanisław Jadach (NINP Cracow) Project I3HP Strongly Interactong Matter in Ultrarelativistic Heavy Ion Collisions Coordinator: Krzysztof Redlich (ITP UWr Wrocław) Project ENRAGE Random Geometry and Random Matrices: From Quantum Gravity to Econophysics Coordinator: Jerzy Jurkiewicz (JU Cracow)

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 21 Participation in international projects Polish-French Cooperation POLONIUM: Project Studies on rare processes in the Standard Model and its extensions Coordinator: Stefan Pokorski (ITP WU Warsaw) Project Unification of fundamental interactions in brane worlds Coordinator: Zygmunt Lalak (ITP WU Warsaw) NATO Collaborative Linkage Grant Project: Higgs Sector of Extended Supersymmetric Models at the LHC Coordinator: Jan Kalinowski (ITP WU Warsaw)

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Jan Kalinowski, RECFA, Warsaw, 25 Feb. 2005 22 Summary Most current theoretical and phenomenological topics investigated in Poland Local specialties Warsaw: BSM, SUSY, ED phenomenology and model building Cracow: SM phenomenology, precision calculations, tools Katowice: EW phenomenology, LR models Wrocław: heavy ion collisions Well integrated into European and world-wide particle theory Present in organising committees and advisory boards Conveners of working groups Polish theory active, productive with good visibility Potential of natural growth in peril - need of brilliant PhD students - need room for promotions

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