Below are listed representative examples of research areas and projects that can become a subject of a bachelor, master or doctoral work with prof. Glazek as an advisor and/or a co-author, primarily using the renormalization group procedure for effective particles (RGPEP).

Standard Model Hamiltonian theory of scattering - tree level

Standard Model Hamiltonian theory of scattering - running couplings

Standard Model Hamiltonian theory of bound states

Path-integral renormalization based on similarity principle

Three-body forces in nucleons in a simplified QCD

Computation of heavy hadron masses in front form of QCD using the RGPEP and simplifying assumptions

Leading scale-dependence of electric charge in effective Hamiltonian for massive QED

Collisions of gluon strings in colliders

Evolution of quark and gluon masses in QCD in lowest orders of PT and beyond

Model of proton-proton diffractive scattering at high energies

Photon mass contribution to the muon anomalous magnetic moment

Derivation of the Schroedinger equation from quantum field theory

Bound-state space- and time-like form factors in various dimensions

Models soluble using the RGPEP

Renormalization of charge currents in the limit of vanishing longitudinal momentum transfer

If you are interested in learning more about these and related issues, you should schedule by email an appointment with prof. Glazek for discussion.

Last updated on February 20, 2022.