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weinbergphysics.utexas.edu

Position

Jack S. Josey-Welch Foundation Chair in Science and Regental Professor; Director, Theory Research Group,
Department of Physics
University of Texas at Austin.

Research interests

Particle physics, unification of fundamental interactions, cosmology, astrophysics, supersymmetry, supergravity.

Prizes and awards

His research on elementary particles and cosmology has been honored with numerous prizes and awards, including in 1979 the Nobel Prize in Physics and in 1991 the National Medal of Science. In 2004 he received the Benjamin Franklin Medal of the American Philosophical Society, with a citation that said he is "considered by many to be the preeminent theoretical physicist alive in the world today." He has been elected to the US National Academy of Sciences and Britain's Royal Society, as well as to the American Philosophical Society and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Publications

Einstein's mistakes.
S. Weinberg (Texas U.) . 2005. 5pp.
Published in Phys.Today 58N11:31-35,2005

Living in the multiverse.
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . UTTG-12-05, Nov 2005. 13pp.
e-Print Archive: hep-th/0511037

Sum Rules for the Spectral Functions of SU(3) X SU(3).
S.L. Glashow (Harvard U.) , Howard J. Schnitzer (Brandeis U.) , Steven Weinberg (UC, Berkeley) . 1967.
Published in Phys.Rev.Lett.19:139,1967

Quantum contributions to cosmological correlations.
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . Aug 2005.
Published in Phys.Rev.D72:043514,2005

A theory of everything?
G. 't Hooft et al. 2005. 3pp.
Published in Nature 433:257-259,2005

Must cosmological perturbations remain non-adiabatic after multi-field inflation?
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . UTTG-04-04, May 2004. 12pp.
Published in Phys.Rev.D70:083522,2004
e-Print Archive: astro-ph/0405397

Can non-adiabatic perturbations arise after single-field inflation?
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . UTTG-08-03, Jan 2004. 8pp.
Published in Phys.Rev.D70:043541,2004
e-Print Archive: astro-ph/0401313

The Making of the standard model.
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . Jan 2004. 21pp.
Published in Eur.Phys.J.C34:5-13,2004
e-Print Archive: hep-ph/0401010

Damping of tensor modes in cosmology.
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . UTTG-02-03, Jun 2003. 7pp.
Published in Phys.Rev.D69:023503,2004
e-Print Archive: astro-ph/0306304

Adiabatic modes in cosmology.
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . UTTG-12-02, Feb 2003. 24pp.
Published in Phys.Rev.D67:123504,2003
e-Print Archive: astro-ph/0302326

Cosmological fluctuations of short wavelength.
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . UTTG-06-02, Jul 2002. 15pp.
Published in Astrophys.J.581:810-816,2002
e-Print Archive: astro-ph/0207375

Entropy generation and the survival of protogalaxies in an expanding universe.
Steven Weinberg (MIT & MIT, LNS) . 1971.
Published in Astrophys.J.168:175,1971

Conference summary: 20th Texas symposium on relativistic astrophysics.
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . UTTG-05-01, Apr 2001. 15pp.
Summary talk at 20th Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics, Austin, Texas, 11-15 Dec 2000.
Published in *Austin 2000, Relativistic astrophysics* 893-907
e-Print Archive: astro-ph/0104482

Fluctuations in the cosmic microwave background. 2. C(l) at large and small l.
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . UTTG-04-01, Mar 2001. 14pp.
Published in Phys.Rev.D64:123512,2001
e-Print Archive: astro-ph/0103281

Fluctuations in the cosmic microwave background. 1. Form-factors and their calculation in synchronous gauge.
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . UTTG-03-01, Mar 2001. 29pp.
Published in Phys.Rev.D64:123511,2001
e-Print Archive: astro-ph/0103279

The first elementary particle.
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . 1997.
Published in Nature 386:213-215,1997

Curvature dependence of peaks in the cosmic microwave background distribution.
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . 2000. 2pp.
Published in Phys.Rev.D62:127302,2000
e-Print Archive: astro-ph/0006276

One theory for everything?
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . 2000.
Published in Spektrum Wiss.Dossier 2003N1:40-47,2003.

The Cosmological constant problems.
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . UTTG-07-00, Feb 2000. 10pp.
Talk given at 4th International Symposium on Sources and Detection of Dark Matter in the Universe (DM 2000), Marina del Rey, California, 23-25 Feb 2000.
Published in *Marina del Rey 2000, Sources and detection of dark matter and dark energy in the universe* 18-26
e-Print Archive: astro-ph/0005265

The quantum theory of fields. Vol. 3: Supersymmetry.
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . 2000. 419pp.
Cambridge, UK: Univ. Pr. (2000) 419 p.

A Priori probability distribution of the cosmological constant.
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . UTTG-01-00, Feb 2000. 16pp.
Published in Phys.Rev.D61:103505,2000
e-Print Archive: astro-ph/0002387

A unified physics by 2050?
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . 1999.
Published in Sci.Am.281N6:68-75,1999 (No.6)

What is an elementary particle?
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . 1997.
Published in SLAC Beam Line 27N1:17-21,1999 (No.1)

Changing attitudes and the standard model.
Steven Weinberg (Texas U.) . 1992.
Given at 3rd International Symposium on the History of Particle Physics: The Rise of the Standard Model, Stanford, CA, 24-27 Jun 1992.
In *Stanford 1992, The rise of the standard model* 36-44.

Unified theory of the electroweak interaction. (In German).
Steven Weinberg . 1997.
In *Spektrum Wiss.: Particles, fields and symmetries* 14-23.


His books include Gravitation and Cosmology -- Principles and Applications of the General Theory of Relativity (1972); The First Three Minutes (1977); The Discovery of Subatomic Particles (1983, 2003); Elementary Particles and The Laws of Physics (with R.P. Feynman) (1987); Dreams of a Final Theory -- The Search for the Fundamental Laws of Nature (1993); a trilogy, The Quantum Theory of Fields (1995, 1996, 2000); Facing Up --- Science and its Cultural Adversaries (2002); and most recently Glory and Terror -- The Growing Nuclear Danger (2004).

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