Ancell Professor of Physics
Ph.D., Harvard University, 1953
Ph.D. Hon., Stockholm, 1978, and Chalmers Institute of Technology, 2001
Stanley Deser's research involves the study of quantum fields, gravitational theories and their generalizations.
He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, National Academy of Sciences; an honorary foreign member of the Torino Academy of Science; and winner of the Dannie Heineman Prize in Mathematical Physics.
- "Acausality of Massive Gravity" (with A. Waldron, arXiv:1212.5835v1 [hep-th] 23 Dec. 2012
- Gravitational-and self-coupling of partially massless spin 2" (with E. Jeung, A. Waldron), Phys. Rev. D 86, 104004 (2012) [8 pages].
- "Arbitrary Spin Representations in deSitter from dS/CFT with Applications to dS Supergravity" (with A. Waldron), hep-th/0301068, submitted to Nucl. Phys. B.
- "Gravitational Energy in Quadratic-Curvature Gravities" (with B. Tekin) hep-th/0205318, Phys. Rev. Lett. 89, 101101 (2002).
- "Large Gauge Transformations and Non-Abelian Finite Temperature Effective Actions" (with L. Griguolo and D. Seminara) hep-th/0212140, Phys. Rev. D (in press).
- "Some Remarks on Dirac's Contributions to General Relativity," gr-qc/0301097, to appear in the Proceedings, Dirac Centennial, Florida State University, 2002.