Roberto Peccei

Roberto Peccei
Professor Emeritus
Theoretical Elementary Particle

Office: 4-945 PAB
Phone: (310) 825-4935
E-Mail: [javascript protected email address]

Educational Background: 

Ph.D., MIT, 1969

Research Interest: 

Prof. Peccei has been mainly working on B and K physics, in particular the physics of heavy quark decays, $B\bar{B}$ mixing, and CP violation. He has been also interested in various aspects of electroweak interactions and dynamical mass generation, as well as in various topics in the interface of particle physics with astrophysics and cosmology.

Selected Publications: 
  • The Character of Particle Physics (with M.E. Zeller, D.G. Cassell, J.A. Bagger, R.N. Cahn, P.D. Grannis and F.J. Sciulli), in Particle Physics: Perspectives and Opportunitiesed. by R.D. Peccei, et al., (World Scientific, Singapore 1995).
  • Executive Summary(with M.E. Zeller, D.G. Cassell, J.A. Bagger, R.N. Cahn, P.D. Grannis and F.J. Sciulli), in Particle Physics: Perspectives and Opportunities ed. by R.D. Peccei, et al., (World Scientific, Singapore 1995).
  • Particle and Nuclear Astrophysics and Cosmology in the Next Millennium-Snowmass 1994 (with J.W. Cronin, W.C. Haxton, E.W. Kolb, B. Sadoulet, P.J. Steinhardt and K.S. Thorne) in Proceedings of the 1994 Snowmass Summer Study Particle and Nuclear Astrophysics and Cosmology in the Next Millennium, ed. by E.W. Kolb and R.D. Peccei, (World Scientific, Singapore 1995).