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greenephysics.columbia.edu

Puesto

Physicist in super-string theory

Professor of Physics and Professor of Mathematics,
Deparmtent of Physics
Columbia University,
New-York, U.S.A.

Co-director of Columbia’s Institute for Strings, Cosmology, and Astroparticle Physics (ISCAP).

His area of research is superstring theory, a theory that purports to give us a quantum theory of gravity as well as a unified theory of all forces and all matter. As such, superstring theory has the potential to realize Einstein's long sought dream of a single, all encompassing, theory of the universe. One of the strangest features of superstring theory is that it requires the universe to have more than three spatial dimensions. Much of his research has focused on the physical implications and mathematical properties of these extra dimensions --- studies that collectively go under the heading "quantum geometry".

Universal correction to the inflationary vacuum.
Brian Greene, Maulik Parikh, Jan Pieter van der Schaar (ISCAP, New York) . CU-TP-1136, Dec 2005.

An Effect of alpha' corrections on racetrack inflation.
Brian Greene, Amanda Weltman (ISCAP, New York) . Dec 2005. 12pp.
Published in JHEP 0603:035,2006

Correlated fluctuations in luminosity distance and the (surprising) importance of peculiar motion in supernova surveys.
Lam Hui (ISCAP, New York & Columbia U.) , Patrick B. Greene (ISCAP, New York & Texas U., San Antonio) . Dec 2005. 25pp.

Extracting new physics from the CMB.
Brian Greene, Koenraad Schalm, Jan Pieter van der Schaar (ISCAP, New York & Columbia U.) , Gary Shiu (Wisconsin U., Madison) . TSRA-2004-0001, Mar 2005. 8pp.
Invited talk at 22nd Texas Symposium on Relativistic Astrophysics at Stanford University, Stanford, California, 13-17 Dec 2004.

Decoupling in an expanding universe: Backreaction barely constrains short distance effects in the CMB.
Brian R. Greene (ISCAP, New York & Columbia U., Dept. Math.) , Koenraad Schalm (ISCAP, New York) , Gary Shiu (Wisconsin U., Madison) , Jan Pieter van der Schaar (CERN) . CERN-PH-TH-2004-143, CU-TP-1123, MAD-TH-04-07, Nov 2004. 23pp.

String windings in the early universe.
Richard Easther (Yale U.) , Brian R. Greene (ISCAP, New York & Columbia U. & Columbia U., Dept. Math.) , Mark G. Jackson (ISCAP, New York & Columbia U. & Fermilab) , Daniel Kabat (ISCAP, New York & Columbia U. & Rutgers U., Piscataway) . CU-TP-1109, FERMILAB-PUB-04-162-A, RUNHETC-2003-38, Sep 2004. 27pp.
Published in JCAP 0502:009,2005

Brane gases in the early universe: Thermodynamics and cosmology.
Richard Easther (ISCAP, New York) , Brian R. Greene (ISCAP, New York & Columbia U., Dept. Math.) , Mark G. Jackson, Daniel Kabat (Columbia U.) . CU-TP-1086, Jul 2003. 33pp.

Spinors, inflation, and nonsingular cyclic cosmologies.
C. Armendariz-Picon (Chicago U., EFI) , Patrick B. Greene (Fermilab) . FERMILAB-PUB-03-014-A, Jan 2003. 12pp.

String theory, gauge theory and quantum gravity. Proceedings, Conference on Duality Symmetries in String Theory, Trieste, Italy, April 1-4, 1997, Spring School on String Theory, Gauge Theory and Quantum Gravity, Trieste, Italy, April 7-12, 1997.

Fields, strings and duality. Proceedings, Summer School, Theoretical Advanced Study Institute in Elementary Particle Physics, TASI'96, Boulder, USA, June 2-28, 1996.

Brane gas cosmology in M theory: Late time behavior.
Richard Easther (ISCAP, New York) , Brian R. Greene (ISCAP, New York & Columbia U., Dept. Math.) , Mark G. Jackson, Daniel Kabat (Columbia U.) . CU-TP-1072, Nov 2002. 23pp.

Black hole condensation and topology change.
Brian R. Greene (Cornell U., LNS) . May 1995.
Prepared for International Workshop on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions (SUSY 95), Palaiseau, France, 15-19 May 1995.

Everpresent lambda.
Maqbool Ahmed (Syracuse U.) , Scott Dodelson (Fermilab & Chicago U., Astron. Astrophys. Ctr.) , Patrick B. Greene (Fermilab) , Rafael Sorkin (Syracuse U.) . FERMILAB-PUB-02-260-A, FERMILAB-PUB-02-301, Sep 2002. 10pp.

Supergravity inflation free from harmful relics.
Patrick B. Greene (Fermilab) , Kenji Kadota (UC, Berkeley) , Hitoshi Murayama (UC, Berkeley & LBL, Berkeley) . FERMILAB-PUB-02-300, Aug 2002. 9pp.

On the Hagedorn behaviour of PP wave strings and N=4 SYM theory at finite R charge density.
Brian R. Greene (Columbia U., Dept. Math. & Columbia U.) , Koenraad Schalm (Columbia U.) , Gary Shiu (Pennsylvania U. & Wisconsin U., Madison) . CU-TP-1067, UPR-1009-T, MAD-TH-02-1, Aug 2002. 21pp.

A Generic estimate of transPlanckian modifications to the primordial power spectrum in inflation.
Richard Easther (ISCAP, New York) , Brian R. Greene (ISCAP, New York & Columbia U., Dept. Math.) , William H. Kinney (ISCAP, New York) , Gary Shiu (Pennsylvania U.) . CU-TP-1055, Apr 2002. 15pp.

Cosmological string gas on orbifolds.
Richard Easther (ISCAP, New York) , Brian R. Greene (ISCAP, New York & Columbia U., Dept. Math.) , Mark G. Jackson (Columbia U.) . CU-TP-1043, Apr 2002. 14pp.

Lectures on compactified string theory.
Brian R. Greene (Harvard U.) . Sep 1989.
Prepared for XIII International School of Theoretical Physics: The Standard Model and Beyond, Szczyrk, Poland, 19-26 Sep 1989.

Imprints of short distance physics on inflationary cosmology.
Richard Easther (ISCAP, New York) , Brian R. Greene (ISCAP, New York & Columbia U., Dept. Math.) , William H. Kinney (ISCAP, New York) , Gary Shiu (Pennsylvania U.) . CU-TP-1039, UPR-952-T, Oct 2001. 4pp.

Inflation as a probe of short distance physics.
Richard Easther, Brian R. Greene, William H. Kinney (Columbia U.) , Gary Shiu (Pennsylvania U.) . Apr 2001. 8pp.

Split attractor flows and the spectrum of BPS D-branes on the quintic.
Frederik Denef, Brian R. Greene, Mark Raugas (Columbia U.) . Jan 2001. 47pp.

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