The following examples illustrate the kind of research problems that can become a subject of a bachelor, master, or doctoral work with prof. S. Glazek as an advisor and/or a co-author, primarily on applications of the renormalization group procedure for effective particles (RGPEP) to physical problems (listing updated on 2018-12-14).

Structure of heavy quarkonia

Structure of heavy baryons

Collisions of gluon strings in colliders

Proton structure: theory

Proton structure: phenomenology

Proton-proton scattering

Quark and gluon effective mass generation

Renormalization of a Hamiltonian for the Standard Model

Derivation of the Schroedinger equation from quantum field theory

Instructive models of particle dynamics

If you are interested in learning more about these or related issues or working on them for your degree, you should talk with prof. Glazek in person.