Theoretical Elementary Particle Physics
Office: 4-925 PAB
Phone: (310) 825-8528
Zvi Bern's primary interest is in developing new methods for calculating and understanding scattering amplitudes. He is especially interested in applications to LHC physics and to maximally supersymmetric gauge and gravity theories. To get an overview of his research you can watch the video, TEDxCaltech: "Feynman Diagrams: Past, Present, Future."
See also the cover story of the May 2012 issue of Scientific American.
His Erdős number is 3.
A list of publications may be obtained here.
Zvi Bern is a winner of the American Physical Society J. J. Sakurai Prize in Theory Theoretical Particle Physics. He is also the director of the Mani L. Bhaumik Institute for Theoretical Physics.
This reseach is supported by the DOE Office of Science (High Energy Physics).