Kurt Haller
Ph.D., Professor of Physics
Research Group Affiliation
Particle and Field Theory
Kurt Haller

My research deals with the quantization of gauge theories. At the present time, my primary interest is in the formulation of Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) in terms of gauge-invariant quark and gluon fields, in order to address questions about the theory's low-energy regime. QCD is generally accepted as the theory of the strong interactions, and the low-energy regime is its least-understood part. Important unanswered questions remain, such as how configurations of quarks and gluons produced in collisions transform into color-singlet hadrons, with the result that individual quarks are confined. For further technical details, and for my work on other problems, follow the "Personal Home Page" link.
bullet Personal Home Page

bullet In Memorium
Kurt Haller (5/6/1928-5/5/2004)

bullet UConn "Advance" (June 7, 2004)
Emeritus Physics Professor, Kurt Haller, Dies At 75

bullet UConn "Advance" (April 30, 2001)
Theoretical Physicist's Work Honored with Festschrift

bullet Foundations of Physics, vol. 30, No. 3, pp. 347-348 (2000)
In Appreciation of Kurt Haller on His Seventieth Birthday

bullet A letter from Tom Roberts, former student of Dr. Haller

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