Lie groups

First Workshop on Grand Unification

New England Center University of New Hampshire April 10–12, 1980

Authors: FRAMPTON

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This workshop held at the New England Center provided a timely opportunity for over 100 participants to gather in a unique environment and discuss the present status of the unification of strong and electroweak forces. One reason for the timeliness was perhaps that experiments of the seventies had already lent confirmation to the separate theories of strong and of electroweak forces, so that for the eighties it now seems especially compelling to attempt the grand unification of these two forces. Also, the planned experiments to search for proton decay and the new experiments which are suggestive, though not yet conclusive, of non-zero neutrino rest masses add further stimulus to the theory. Thus, the workshop provided an ideal forum for exchange of ideas amongst active physicists. The presentations at the workshop covered the present status of both theory and experiment with a strong interplay. Also, there were presentations from the discipline of astrophysics which is becoming very intertwined with that of high-energy physics especially when in the latter one is addressing energies and temperatures that were extant only in the first nanosecond of the universe. On experiment, we heard a comprehensive coverage of the four United States proton decay experiments. The Brookhaven-Irvine-Michigan experiment in the Morton Salt Mine at Fairport Harbor, Ohio was discussed by LARRY SULAK, while DAVID WINN talked on the Harvard-Purdue-Wisconsin effort in the Silver King Mine, Utah. MARVIN MARSHAK and RICHARD STEINBERG described respectively the Soudan Mine, Minnesot~ and the Homestake Mine, South Dakot~experiments.

Table of contents (28 chapters)

  • Welcome

    Haaland, Gordon

    Pages 1-1

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  • The New Frontier

    Glashow, Sheldon Lee

    Pages 3-8

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  • Grand Unified Theories without Superheavy Magnetic Monopoles

    Langacker, Paul

    Pages 9-21

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  • Symmetry Breaking Patterns for Unitary and Orthogonal Groups

    Ruegg, H.

    Pages 23-32

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  • The Limits on Unstable Heavy Particles

    Frampton, Paul

    Pages 33-37

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Bibliographic Information

Bibliographic Information
Book Title
First Workshop on Grand Unification
Book Subtitle
New England Center University of New Hampshire April 10–12, 1980
Authors
Series Title
Lie groups
Series Volume
11
Copyright
1980
Publisher
Birkhäuser Basel
Copyright Holder
Robert Hermann
eBook ISBN
978-1-4684-6903-5
DOI
10.1007/978-1-4684-6903-5
Softcover ISBN
978-1-4684-6905-9
Edition Number
1
Number of Pages
X, 372
Number of Illustrations and Tables
10 b/w illustrations
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