Ratindranath Akhoury

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Akhoury

Professor

Office Location(s): 3468 Randall
Phone: 734.763.9470
akhoury@umich.edu

  • Fields of Study
    • Elementary Particle Theory
  • About

    Professor Akhoury's research interests are in quantum field theory and elementary particles. He has been working recently on chiral perturbation theory, the Standard Model, anomalies in gauge theories, problems related to regularization and renormalization of gauge theories, unitarity and infrared behavior in gauge theories and investigations of possible non-perturbative methods in field theories.

    Selected Publications

    On the Resummation of Large QCD Corrections to Gamma Gamma to B Anti-B, (R. Akhoury, H. Wang, O. Yakovlev), MCTP-02-66, 31 (December 2002).

    On the Resummation of Large QCD Logarithms in Higgs-->Gamma Gamma Decay, (R. Akhoury, H. Wang, Oleg I. Yakovlev), Phys. Rev. D 64, 113008 (2001).

    Interplay Between Perturbative and Nonperturbative Effects in the Stealthy Higgs Model, (R. Akhoury, J.J. van der Bij, H. Wang), Eur. Phys. J. C 20, 497-505, (2001).

    A Variational Principle for Radial Flows In Holographic Theories, (R. Akhoury), UM-TH-00-13, 28 (July 2000).

    An Operator Expansion for the Elastic Limit, (Ratindranath Akhoury, Michael G. Sotiropoulos, George Sterman), Phys. Rev. Lett. 81, 3819-3822 (1998).

    On Nonperturbative Corrections to the Potential for Heavy Quarks, (R. Akhoury, Valentin I. Zakharov), Phys. Lett. B 438, 165-172 (1998).

    Power Corrections in QCD: A Matter of Energy Resolution, (R. Akhoury, Valentin I. Zakharov),Phys. Rev. Lett. 76, 2238-2241 (1996).

    The Extraction of V(UB) From Inclusive B Decays and the Resummation of End Point Logs, (R. Akhoury, I.Z. Rothstein), Phys. Rev. D 54, 2349-2362 (1996).

    Leading Power Corrections in QCD: From Renormalons to Phenomenology, (R. Akhoury, Valentin I. Zakharov), Nucl. Phys. B 465, 295-314 (1996).

  • Education
    • Patna University, India B.S. 1973
    • Indian Institute of Technology, India M.S. 1975
    • The State University of New York, Stony Brook Ph.D. 1980.