"Pleasure Is Learning": University Honors
Retiring Nobel Laureate T.D. Lee
1943-44 Zhejiang University, Guizhou, China (moved from Zhejiang to Guizhou because of the war)
1945 Southwest Associated University, Kunming, China
(consisting of Peking and Tsinghua Universities from Beijing and Nankai University from Tianjin)
1946-49 University of Chicago; Ph.D., 1950
Timeon Model of Quark and Lepton Mass Matrix: Professor R. Friedberg and I proposed that T violation in physics arises from a pseudoscalar interaction with a new ←Spin 0 field, called timeon. For quarks, the model gives a compact three-dimensional geometric picture consisting of two elliptic plates and one needle, describing the 10 observables: six quark masses, three Eulerian angles and the Jarlskog invariant. For leptons, the model predicts two relations between the corresponding three Eulerian angles and the Jarlskog invariant.
Explicit Convergent Iterative Solutions of the Schroedinger Equation: Together with Professor R. Friedberg and Professor W. Q. Zhao (CCAST), I have developed a new rapidly convergent iterative procedure to derive the ground state and low-lying excited states for a class of Schoedinger Equation. These include the solutions for a sombrero-shaped potential in any space dimension and arbitrary angular momentum.
Higgs Boson as a Composite: In a recent paper with Professor R. Friedberg, I examine the possibility that Higgs boson may be a composite, not an elementary particle. Thus, the theoretical description of the analytical properties of Higgs may be quite different from that of an unstable elementary particle. The experimental search for Higgs should then be also different from the usual detection techniques for an elementary particle.
For a complete listing of publications see publication search engine such as Spires or the like.
"Convergent Iterative Solutions for a Sombrero-Shaped Potential in Any
Space Dimension and Arbitrary Angular Momentum," with R. Friedberg, W.
Q. Zhao, quant-ph/0510193, Annals of Physics 321 (2006), 1981.
"Comments on the Superconductivity Solution of an Ideal Charged Boson
System: A dedication in celebration of the 90th birthday of Professor
V. L. Ginzburg," with R. Friedberg, cond-mat/0602009, Journal of
Superconductivity 19 (2006), 1557.
"A Possible Relation between the Neutrino Mass Matrix and the Neutrino
Mapping Matrix," with R. Friedberg, hep-ph/0606071, HEP & NP 30
"Symmetry and Asymmetry," Nucl. Phys. A 805 (2008) 54-71.
“Convergent Iterative Solutions of Schroedinger Equation for a
Generalized Double Well Potential,” with R. Friedberg, W. Q.
Zhao, Ann. Physics 323 (2008) 1692-1708. arXiv:0709.1997 (quant-ph).
“Hidden Symmetry of the CKM and Neutrino Mapping Matrices,” with R.
Friedberg, Ann. Physics 323 (2008) 1087-1105.
“Jarlskog Invariant of the Neutrino Mapping Matrix,” (R. Friedberg and
T. D. Lee, Ann. Physics 323 (2008) 1677-1691. arXiv:
“Model with Strong γ4T -violation,” (R. Friedberg and T. D. Lee, Chinese Physics C (HEP&NP) 32 (2008) 939. arXiv: 0810.3373(hep- ph).
“A Timeon Model of Quark and Lepton Mass Matrices,” with R. Friedberg, Ann. Physics 325 (2009) 2196-2225. arXiv:0904.1640
"Deviation of the Lepton Mapping Matrix from the Harrison-Perkins-Scott Form" with R. Friedberg, Chinese Physics C (HEP & NP), 34 (2010) 1547.
“A Soluble Model of ‘Higgs boson’ as a Composite,” with R. Friedberg, in Selected Papers and a Glimpse into the life
of Gunnar Källen, edited by C. Jarlskog and A.C.T. Wu, Singapore, World Scientific Series in 20th Century Physics, Vol. 43 (2011) arXiv:0912.0364
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