High Energy Physics

  title={High Energy Physics},
  author={Prabahan Kemal Kabir},
  • P. Kabir
  • Published 1 September 1967
  • Physics
  • Nature
High Energy PhysicsVol. 1. Edited by E. H. S. Burhop. (Pure and Applied Physics; a Series of Monographs and Textbooks. Vol. 25.) Pp. xi + 499. (New York: Academic Press, Inc.; London: Academic Press, Inc. (London), Ltd., 1967.) 176s. 

Forces, fluxes and quasi-particles in hot QCD

These lectures start with a brief overview of salient features of the critical region of hot QCD. The main emphasis is on the accurate description of static plasma observables by the well-known

Physics from the Lattice: Glueballs in QCD; Topology; SU(N) for All N

Lectures given at the Isaac Newton Institute, NATO-ASI School on "Confinement, Duality and Non-Perturbative Aspects of QCD", 23 June - 4 July, 1997.


This is the written version of the lecture on deep inelastic scattering and related topics in QCD, delivered in the course of the XXVI International Meeting on Fundamental Physics to an audience of

QCD tests through hadronic final-state measurements

Modern-day `testing' of (perturbative) QCD is as much about pushing the boundaries of its applicability as about the verification that QCD is the correct theory of hadronic physics. This talk gives a

Event shape variables, a tool for QCD study

The proton-proton collisions at LHC energies reveals important new phenomena observed in heavy ions collisions and not completely understood in small systems. Different approaches and techniques have

Confinement studies in lattice QCD 1

We describe the current search for confinement mechanisms in lattice QCD. We report on a recent derivation of a lattice Ehrenfest-Maxwell relation for the Abelian projection of SU(2) lattice gauge

Diffraction Scattering of Hadrons: The Theoretical Outlook

This is a review of the salient features of high energy diffraction scattering of hadrons. It begins with a summary of the experimental situation for those processes which persist at very high

Physics of Ultra-Peripheral Nuclear Collisions

Moving highly-charged ions carry strong electromagnetic fields which act as a field of photons. In collisions at large impact parameters, hadronic interactions are not possible, and the ions interact