. UNIANDES. Physics Department - Marek Nowakowski


Department of Physics

Selector de Idiomas

Marek Nowakowski

Office: BD. Ip-402
Telephone: (571) 339-4949, Ext. 2681
Web Page: CvLAC
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Office Hours: By appointment.

"To quote some examples from Particle Physics which I have been working on let me mention the extensions of the Standard Model like Two-Higgs-Doublet model, Higgs singlet model, Higgs triplet and Supersymmetric models. Furthermore, I have published papers on CP-violation in different models, Higgs decays and applications of finite temperature field theory.

Regarding Hadronic and Nuclear Physics I mention here the works on deep inelastic structure functions and elastic electromagnetic form-factors. We made use of the latter in systems like exotic atoms and halo nuclei. A series of articles has been devoted to the concept of time delay and dwell time in which we found a a new characterization of hadronic resonances which, among other, touched upon topics like the non-exponential tail of a quantum decay. Another aspect of quantum mechanics which we used in Kaon physics was entanglement.

EIn Astrophysics I paid attention to the recent discovery of the accelerated Universe. Using mostly the positive cosmological constant as an explanation, we discovered local phenomena of the cosmological constant, e.g., an inequality characterizing the equilibrium state.

In General Relativity I have been working on bound states in Black Hole physics, effects of non-commutative coordinates in Black Holes, Quantum aspects of Naked Singularities and particle motion in de Sitter spacetime and Black Hole evaporation in de Sitter spacetime."

Academic degrees:
  • Ph.D. (Dortmund University, 1989)
  • M.S. (Dortmund University, 1984)
  • B.S. (Dortmund University, 1980)
Research Area:
  • Theoretical Particle Physics.
Other research interests:
  • Nuclear Physics.
  • Gravitation and General Relativity.
  • Astrophysics.
Current teaching assignment: