Howard J. Schnitzer
Edward and Gertrude Swartz Professor of Theoretical Physics, Emeritus
PhD, University of Rochester, 1960
Professor Howard Schnitzer is engaged in research in string theory, supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory, N=8 supergravity, Regge theory, and other aspects of quantum field theory.
Sample of Recent Publications
“Subleading-color contributions to gluon-gluon scattering in N=4 SYM theory and relations to N=8 supergravity” (with S. G. Naculich and H. Nastase) JHEP 0811, 018 (2008).
“Higgs-regularized three-loop four-gluon amplitude in N=4 SYM: exponentiation and Regge limits” H.J.Schnitzer (with J. Henn, S. G. Naculich, and M.Spradlin), JHEP 1004:038, (2010)
(45 pages) (2010).
“More loops and legs in Higgs-regulated N=4 SYM amplitudes” (with J. Henn, S. G. Naculich, and M.Spradlin), (2010) (34 pages) JHEP 1008.002 (2010).
“Eikonal methods applied to gravitational scattering amplitudes” (with S.G. Naculich), (2011) (16 pages) JHEP 1105:087 (2011).
“One-loop SYM-supergravity relation for five-point amplitudes” (with S.G. Naculich), JHEP 11112:001 (2011).
“The Multi-Regge limit of NMHV Amplitudes in N=4 SYM Theory” (with L. Lipatov and A. Prygarin) (2012).