Gauge Theories, Massive Neutrinos and Proton Decay

  • Arnold Perlmutter

Part of the Studies in the Natural Sciences book series (SNS, volume 18)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. P. A. M. Dirac
    Pages 1-9
  3. A. D. Krisch
    Pages 11-41
  4. Lee C. Teng
    Pages 43-62
  5. Paul M. Fishbane
    Pages 63-83
  6. John F. Donoghue
    Pages 85-101
  7. Heinz Pagels
    Pages 121-129
  8. L. Dolan
    Pages 131-140
  9. Edward W. Kolb
    Pages 177-190
  10. Thomas A. Ferguson
    Pages 191-205
  11. K. Milton, K. Tanaka
    Pages 207-219
  12. Aharon Davidson, Philip D. Mannheim, Kameshwar C. Wali
    Pages 221-232
  13. B. Cortez, J. LoSecco, L. Sulak, A. Soukas, W. Weng
    Pages 271-279
  14. G. Conforto
    Pages 281-293
  15. N. J. Baker, P. L. Connolly, S. J. Kahn, M. J. Murtagh, R. B. Palmer, N. P. Samios et al.
    Pages 295-299
  16. Earl A. Peterson
    Pages 301-307
  17. L. W. Jones, R. Ball, C. T. Coffin, H. R. Gustafson, M. J. Longo, T. J. Roberts et al.
    Pages 309-314
  18. C. Bratton, W. Gajewska, W. Kropp, J. Learned, F. Reines, J. Schultz et al.
    Pages 315-320
  19. Stephen S. Pinsky
    Pages 349-358
  20. Harry J. Lipkin
    Pages 359-376
  21. Back Matter
    Pages 377-392

About this book


The following proceedings contains most of the contributions given at Orbis Scientiae 1981. As has become customary during the past few years, the organizers and moderators have attempted to strike a balance between reviews of the status of experimental and theoretical developments during the preceding year. We are very pleased that experimentalists representing the critical developments in new accelerator plans, neutrino oscillations, proton decay, and decay schemes of the upsilon, have seen fit to enlighten at first hand their theoretical colleagues. We believe that this interaction can be of great benefit to both groups. The reports of theorists on many of the key theoretical advances by the practitioners themselves is a particularly satisfying feature of this series of conferences and is a tribute to the care and wisdom of the session moderators. Although it has not been a customary editorial practice, we feel that it is particularly appropriate to point out that the 1981 recipient of the J. Robert Oppenheimer Memorial Prize was Professor Frederick Reines, of University of California, Irvine, for his pioneering experiments which first experimentally estab­ lished the existence of the neutrino. The flurry of activit- experimental and theoretical - generated by recent evidence for massive neutrinos is amply reflected in the contents of this volume. The enthusiasm and skill of Mrs. Helga S. Billings and Mrs. Susan L. Maxon in the organization and the running of the con­ ference, as well as in the preparation of these proceedings, is gratefully acknowledged.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Arnold Perlmutter
    • 1
  1. 1.Center for Theoretical StudiesUniversity of MiamiCoral GablesUSA

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