This is the professional website of Howard Haber, Professor of Physics at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
RECENT NEWS
May 27, 2019: My talk entitled Approximate alignment without decoupling in the 2HDM naturally, given at the 7th RISE Collaboration Workshop: NonMinimalHiggs in Helsinki, Finland, has been posted to Section VII of this website.
February 18, 2019: My talk entitled Symmetries and Mass Degeneracies in the Scalar Sector, given at HPNP2019 in Osaka, Japan, has been posted to Section VII of this website. This talk incorporates a number of new results and understandings as compared to the two previous presentations on the same subject given in September 2018 in Lisbon and in December 2018 in Warsaw.
January 30, 2019: I have written a set of notes entitled A tale of three diagonalizations, which presents an explicit computation of the diagonalization of a 2x2 matrix. This problem often arises in my work, and I have grown tired of continually rederiving these result when needed. So, these results now appear in one place for future reference. In addition to considering the diagonalization of a normal 2x2 matrix by a unitary similarity transformation, these notes also include an analysis of the singular value decomposition of a complex 2x2 matrix and the AutonneTakagi factorization of a complex symmetric 2x2 matrix. These notes have been posted to Section VI of this website.
January 9, 2019: My presentation to Physics 205 can be found in Section V of this website.
January 5, 2019: The 2019 Particle Physics conference schedule has been posted to Section VIII of this website. Although not intended to be comprehensive, it covers many conferences that overlap with my research interests.
January 4, 2019: My paper in collaboration with Odd Magne Ogreid, Per Osland and Margarida Nesbitt Rebelo entitled Symmetries and Mass Degeneracies in the Scalar Sector was published today by the Journal of High Energy Physics (JHEP). A link to this paper can be found in Section II of the academic website.
In this work, we explore some aspects of multiHiggs doublet models that lead to mass degeneracies among some of the physical scalars. Natural scalar mass degeneracies are possible only in the inert two Higgs doublet model (IDM). In the case of three doublets, we introduce and analyze the replicated inert doublet model, which possesses two inert doublets of scalars. We then generalize this model to obtain a scalar potential, which is physically equivalent to a scalar potential first proposed by Ivanov and Silva (IS), with a CP4 symmetry that guarantees the existence of pairwise degenerate scalar states among two of the neutral CPeven, CPodd and charged Higgs scalars. The properties of the CP4symmetric IS model that is not invariant under the conventional CP transformation are examined.
December 31, 2018: Five years after its initial publication, version 4 of The ILC Higgs White paper, which corrects numerous typographical and other minor errors in Chapter 1: Higgs Theory, has been reposted to the arXiv. A link to this paper can be found in Section III of this website.
December 10, 2018: My paper in collaboration with Bohdan Grzadkowski, Odd Magne Ogreid and Per Osland entitled Heavy Higgs boson decays in the alignment limit of the 2HDM was published today by the Journal of High Energy Physics (JHEP). A link to this paper can be found in Section II of this website.
In this work, we consider the theoretical properties and the phenomenological implications of a generic two Higgs doublet model (2HDM) in the Higgs alignment limit, where the neutral scalar field H_{1} coincides with the properties of the Standard Model (SM) Higgs boson. The properties of the two other heavier neutral Higgs scalars, H_{2} and H_{3}, in the alignment limit are tightly constrained and correlated. Appendices provide a convenient list of 2HDM Feynman rules expressed directly in terms of experimentally observable quantities.
December 6, 2018: My talk entitled Symmetries and Mass Degeneracies in the Scalar Sector, given at the 5th HARMONIA WarsawLisbonCataniaDresden meeting at the OCHOTA campus of the University of Warsaw, in Warsaw, Poland, has been posted to Section VII of this website.
October 23, 2018: My paper in collaboration with Miguel P. Bento, Jorge C. Romao and Joao P. Silva, entitled MultiHiggs doublet models: the Higgsfermion couplings and their sum rules was published today by the Journal of High Energy Physics (JHEP). A link to this paper can be found in Section II of this website.
This is the second of a series of papers that explores the physical parameterization, sum rules and unitarity bounds arising from a nonminimal scalar sector of the Standard Model (SM) that consists of N Higgs doublets. In this paper, we focus on the structure and implication of the Yukawa interactions that couple the N scalar doublets to the SM fermions. One consequence of our analysis is the presence of significant constraints on the Higgsfermion coupling in the approximate alignment limit.
September 26, 2018: My talk entitled Discussion on Future Colliders, given at the GGI Workshop: "Beyond the Standard Model: Where do we go from here?", at the Galileo Galilei Institute for Theoretical Physics in Arcetri, Florence, Italy, has been posted to Section VII of the academic website.
September 17, 2018: My Viewpoint entitled "Higgs Decay into Bottom Quarks Seen at Last", published online by the American Physical Society in their weekly mailing, "This Week in Physics," describes the significance of the CMS publication, Observation of Higgs Boson Decay to Bottom Quarks, which appeared today in Physical Review Letters. A link to the Viewpoint can be found at the end of Section II of this website.
September 4, 2018: My talk entitled Symmetries and Mass Degeneracies in the Scalar Sector, given at the Workshop on MultiHiggs Models at the Instituto Superior Técnico in Lisbon, Portugal, has been posted to Section VII of this website.
August 30, 2018: My talk entitled Beyond Standard Model: Where do we go from here?, given at the GGI Workshop: "Beyond the Standard Model: Where do we go from here?", at the Galileo Galilei Institute for Theoretical Physics in Arcetri, Florence, Italy, has been posted to Section VII of this website.
August 28, 2018: My paper in collaboration with O.M. Ogreid, P. Osland and M.N. Rebelo, entitled Symmetries and Mass Degeneracies in the Scalar Sector was posted today on the arXiv. A link to this paper can be found in Section II of this website.
In this paper, we explore some aspects of CP conserving models with two and three SU(2) scalar doublets that lead to mass degeneracies among some of the physical scalars. Natural scalar mass degeneracies are possible in the inert two Higgs doublet model (IDM). In the case of three doublets, we introduce and analyze the replicated inert doublet model, which possesses two inert doublets of scalars. We then generalize this model to obtain a scalar potential, first proposed by Ivanov and Silva (IS), with a CP4 symmetry that guarantees the existence of pairwise degenerate scalar states among two of the neutral CPeven, CPodd and charged Higgs scalars. The symmetries of the model permit a term in the IS scalar potential with a complex coefficient that cannot be removed by any redefinition of the scalar fields within the class of Higgs bases (in which case, we say that no real Higgs basis exists and the conventional CP symmetry is absent). Moreover, we demonstrate that it is possible to physically distinguish between the existence or nonexistence of a real Higgs basis despite the fact that no CPviolating observables exist in either case.
August 23, 2018: My paper in collaboration with Miguel P. Bento, Jorge C. Romao and Joao P. Silva, entitled MultiHiggs doublet models: the Higgsfermion couplings and their sum rules was posted today on the arXiv. A link to this paper can be found in Section II of this website.
This is the second of a series of papers that explores the physical parameterization, sum rules and unitarity bounds arising from a nonminimal scalar sector of the Standard Model (SM) that consists of N Higgs doublets. In this paper, we focus on the structure and implication of the Yukawa interactions that couple the N scalar doublets to the SM fermions. We employ the charged Higgs basis introduced in our previous paper. Based on the structure of the Yukawa Lagrangian of the model (and as a consequence of treelevel unitarity), one may deduce numerous sum rules, several of which have not appeared previously in the literature. These sum rules can be used to uncover intimate relations between the structure of the Higgsfermion couplings and the scalar/gauge couplings. In particular, we demonstrate that the approximate alignment limit imposes significant constraints on the Higgsfermion couplings of the model.
August 17, 2018: The 60th anniversary edition of the Review of Particle Physics, published in Physical Review D, provides a comprehensive review of the field of particle physics and of related areas in cosmology. Topics include Higgs bosons, supersymmetry, big bang nucleosynthesis, probability, statistics, and accelerators and detectors. My update of the Supersymmetry Theory review, which appears in the Review of Particle Physics, can be found in Section III of this website.
August 15, 2018: A written version of my 2016 TASI Lectures entitled Supersymmetric Theories and Models was published in Chapter 6 of TASI 2016: Anticipating the Next Discoveries in Particle Physics, edited by Rouven Essig and Ian Low (World Scientific, Singapore, 2018) pp. 355499. The written review was a collaborative effort with Laurel Stephenson Haskins. A link to the these lectures can also be found in Section III of this website.
August 7, 2018: My paper in collaboration with Bohdan Grzadkowski, Odd Magne Ogreid and Per Osland entitled Heavy Higgs boson decays in the alignment limit of the 2HDM, was posted today on the arXiv. A link to this paper can be found in Section II of this website.
In this work, we consider the theoretical properties and the phenomenological implications of a generic two Higgs doublet model (2HDM) in the Higgs alignment limit, where the neutral scalar field H_{1} coincides with the properties of the Standard Model (SM) Higgs boson. The properties of the two other heavier neutral Higgs scalars, H_{2} and H_{3}, in the alignment limit are tightly constrained and correlated. Observables that could be used to test the alignment scenario at the LHC are defined and discussed. The couplings of the Higgs bosons away from their exact alignment values are determined to leading order, and some consequences are elucidated. Appendices provide a convenient list of 2HDM Feynman rules expressed directly in terms of experimentally observable quantities.
August 6, 2018: My talk entitled The woefully incomplete, unabashedly biased history of the Higgs Boson, given at the 46th SLAC Summer InstituteStandard Model at 50: Successes and Challenges at SLAC in Stanford, CA USA, has been posted to Section VII of this website.
June 1, 2018: My talk entitled Beyond the Standard Model Higgs Boson, given at MASS2018: Origin of Mass at the High Energy and Intensity Frontier, at CP^{3} Origins in Odense, Denmark, has been posted to Section VII of this website.
May 22, 2018: My talk entitled Approximate Higgs alignment without decoupling, given at PLANCK 2018: 21st International Conference from the Planck Scale to the Electroweak Scale, in Bonn, Germany, has been posted to Section VII of this website.
May 16, 2018: The writeup of my talk given at the 53th Rencontres de Moriond, QCD and High Energy Interactions Session in La Thuile, Aosta Valley, Italy on March 20, 2018 has now appeared on the arXiv. [PDF]
March 20, 2018: My talk entitled Approximate Higgs alignment without decoupling, given at Rencontres de Moriond: QCD and High Energy Interactions, in La Thuile, Aosta Valley, Italy has been posted to Section VII of this website.
February 20, 2018: My talk entitled Mass Degeneracies in Extended Higgs Sectors, given at the TRIUMF Theory Workshop on New Physics and the Higgs at TRIUMF in Vacouver, Canada has been posted to Section VII of this website.
February 5, 2018: Notes on the Matrix Exponential and Logarithm have been posted to Section VI of this website.
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I. Research
The basic themes underlying my research program involve the study of: (i) the dynamics responsible for electroweak symmetry breaking; (ii) the theory and phenomenology of Higgs bosons; (iii) TeVscale supersymmetry as a framework for incorporating a weaklycoupled Higgs sector; (iv) the phenomenology of signals for new physics beyond the Standard Model at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) and future colliders; and (v) connections of lowenergy phenomena with fundamental scales that lie beyond the TeV scale (e.g. lepton number violation and implications for neutrino masses).
The properties of the Higgs boson, which were discovered in 2012 at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). have profound implications for the dynamics of electroweak symmetry breaking and the possible structure of new physics that may lie beyond the Standard Model (SM) of particle physics. For example, most approaches to physics beyond the SM include extended Higgs sectors. Present Higgs data suggest that the properties of one of the scalars of the Higgs sector (identified with the observed Higgs boson) must have properties that closely approximate that of the SM Higgs boson. This constraint in turn imposes important constraints on any SM extension. The twoHiggs doublet model (2HDM) is a convenient theoretical laboratory for the study of extended Higgs sectors. Indeed, the two doublet extended Higgs sector is a key component of the simplest supersymmetric extension of the SM.
The theoretical structure and phenomenological profile of the 2HDM has attracted much attention in recent years. Staring with a seminal paper in collaboration with Sacha Davidson published in 2005, my work has advocated the importance of a basisindependent treatment of the 2HDM. During the past few years, I have focused on the relevance of the socalled decoupling and alignment limits of the 2HDM in which one of scalars closely resembles the SM Higgs boson. The basisindependent technology provides a very powerful and simple framework for studying and interpreting these limits.
If new physics beyond the SM emerges at the LHC, it will be essential
to develop techniques for measuring new particle interaction strengths at
high energy colliders. By detecting relations among various independent
couplings, one can ascertain underlying symmetries and distinguish
among different theoretical interpretations of the new physics. For example,
with sufficient precision, it will be possible to provide convincing
evidence for or against a supersymmetric interpretation of new
fundamental physics phenomena. A precision Higgs program at the LHC
and at a future collider (such as the proposed International Linear Collider)
can also provide important clues as to what may lie beyond the Standard Model.
II. Publications
All my profession publications can be found here on the INSPIRE HEP database.
Most of my professional publications since 1992 are stored on the eprint archive hosted by arXiv.org. PDF and Postscript versions of the stored papers can be found here. My top cited publications according to Google Scholar can be found here.
Links to my 2019 publications:

Symmetries and Mass Degeneracies in the Scalar Sector
Howard E. Haber, O.M. Ogreid, P. Osland, M.N. Rebelo. Aug 26, 2018. 43 pp.
SCIPP18/04
Published in JHEP 01 (2019) 042
DOI: 10.1007/JHEP01(2019)042
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ePrint: arXiv:1808.08629 [hepph]  PDF
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Heavy Higgs boson decays in the alignment limit of the 2HDM
Bohdan Grzadkowski, Howard E. Haber, Odd Magne Ogreid, Per Osland. Aug 4, 2018. 44 pp.
SCIPP18/05
Published in JHEP 12 (2018) 056
DOI: 10.1007/JHEP12(2018)056
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ePrint: arXiv:1808.01472 [hepph]  PDF
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MultiHiggs doublet models: the Higgsfermion couplings and their sum rules
Miguel P. Bento, Howard E. Haber, J.C. Romao, Joao P. Silva. Aug 21, 2018. 24 pp.
SCIPP18/06
Published in JHEP 10 (2018) 143
DOI: 10.1007/JHEP10(2018)143
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ePrint: arXiv:1808.07123 [hepph]  PDF
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MultiHiggs doublet models: physical parametrization, sum rules and unitarity bounds
Miguel P. Bento, Howard E. Haber, J.C. Romao, Joao P. Silva. Aug 30, 2017. 66 pp.
CFTP17005, SCIPP17/10
Published in JHEP 11 (2017) 095
DOI: 10.1007/JHEP11(2017)095
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ePrint: arXiv:1708.09408 [hepph]  PDF
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The Impact of TwoLoop Effects on the Scenario of MSSM Higgs Alignment without Decoupling
Howard E. Haber, Sven Heinemeyer, Tim Stefaniak. Aug 15, 2017. 31 pp.
IFTUAMCSIC17074, SCIPP17/09
Published in Eur.Phys.J. C77 (2017) 742
DOI: 10.1140/epjc/s1005201752435
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ePrint: arXiv:1708.04416 [hepph]  PDF
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High scale flavor alignment in twoHiggs doublet models and its phenomenology
Stefania Gori, Howard E. Haber, Edward Santos. Mar 16, 2017. 39 pp.
SCIPP17/00
Published in JHEP 06 (2017) 110
DOI: 10.1007/JHEP06(2017)110
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ePrint: arXiv:1703.05873 [hepph]  PDF
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The Light and Heavy Higgs Interpretation of the MSSM
Philip Bechtle, Howard E. Haber, Sven Heinemeyer, Oscar Stål, Tim Stefaniak, Georg Weiglein, Lisa Zeune. Aug 1, 2016. 63 pp.
BONNTH201606, DESY16151, IFTUAMCSIC16068, NIKHEF2016033, SCIPP1610
Published in Eur.Phys.J. C77 (2017) 67
DOI: 10.1140/epjc/s1005201645849
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ePrint: arXiv:1608.00638 [hepph]  PDF
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Perturbation Theory in Supersymmetric QED: Infrared Divergences and Gauge Invariance
Michael Dine, Patrick Draper, Howard E. Haber, Laurel Stephenson Haskins. Jul 23, 2016. 28 pp.
SCIPP16/08
Published in Phys.Rev. D94 (2016) 095003
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.94.095003
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ePrint: arXiv:1607.06995 [hepth]  PDF
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Partially Natural Two Higgs Doublet Models
Patrick Draper, Howard E. Haber, Joshua T. Ruderman. May 10, 2016. 31 pp.
SCIPP16/06 and NSFKITP1604
Published in JHEP 06 (2016) 124
DOI: 10.1007/JHEP06(2016)124
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ePrint: arXiv:1605.03237 [hepph]  PDF
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Scrutinizing the Alignment Limit in TwoHiggsDoublet Models. Part 2: m_{H}=125 GeV
Jérémy Bernon (LPSC, Grenoble), John F. Gunion (UC, Davis (main)), Howard E. Haber (UC, Santa Cruz, Inst. Part. Phys.), Yun Jiang (UC, Davis & Bohr Inst. & Copenhagen U.), Sabine Kraml (LPSC, Grenoble). Nov 11, 2015. 43 pp.
LPSC15274, UCD2015002, SCIPP15/13
Published in Phys.Rev. D93 (2016) 035027
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.93.035027
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ePrint: arXiv:1511.03682 [hepph]  PDF
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On the Alignment Limit of the NMSSM Higgs Sector
Marcela Carena, Howard E. Haber, Ian Low, Nausheen R. Shah, Carlos E. M. Wagner. Oct 30, 2015. 60 pp.
EFI1532, FERMILABPUB15407T, MCTP1515, SCIPP 15/12, WSUHEP1505
Published in Phys.Rev. D93 (2016) 035013
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.93.035013
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ePrint: arXiv:1510.09137 [hepph]  PDF
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New LHC Benchmarks for the CPconserving TwoHiggsDoublet Model
Howard E. Haber, Oscar Stål. July 15, 2015. 37 pp.
SCIPP1510
Published in Eur.Phys.J. C75 (2015) 491, Erratumibid. C76 (2016) 312
DOI: 10.1140/epjc/s100520153697x, 10.1140/epjc/s1005201641514
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ePrint: arXiv:1507.04281 [hepph]  PDF
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Scrutinizing the Alignment Limit in TwoHiggsDoublet Models. Part 1: m_{h} = 125 GeV
Jérémy Bernon, John F. Gunion, Howard E. Haber, Yun Jiang, Sabine Kraml. July 3, 2015. 48 pp.
LPSC15154, UCD2015001, SCIPP15/08
Published in Phys.Rev. D92 (2015) 075004
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.92.075004
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ePrint: arXiv:1507.00933 [hepph]  PDF
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Preserving the validity of the TwoHiggs Doublet Model up to the Planck scale
Pedro Ferreira (Lisbon, ISEL & Lisbon U., CFTC), Howard E. Haber, Edward Santos (UC, Santa Cruz). May 15, 2015. 36 pp.
SCIPP1507
Published in Phys.Rev. D92 (2015) 033003, Erratumibid. D94 (2016) 059903
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.92.033003, 10.1103/PhysRevD.94.059903
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ePrint: arXiv:1505.04001 [hepph]  PDF
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Complementarity Between NonStandard Higgs Boson Searches and Precision Higgs Boson Measurements in the MSSM
Marcela Carena, Howard E. Haber, Ian Low, Nausheen R. Shah, Carlos E. M. Wagner. Oct 18, 2014. 43 pp.
EFI1436, FERMILABPUB14392T, MCTP1437, SCIPP1416
Published in Phys.Rev. D91 (2015) 035003
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.91.035003
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ePrint: arXiv:1410.4969 [hepph]  PDF
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Links to Conference proceedings, 20132018:

Approximate Higgs alignment without decoupling
Howard E. Haber. May 15, 2018. 4 pp.
SCIPP 18/03.
Contribution to the Proceedings of the 53th Rencontres de Moriond, QCD Session, 1724 March 2018
ePrint: arXiv:1805.05754 [hepph]  PDF
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Future Higgs Studies: A Theorist's Outlook
Howard E. Haber. Jan 8, 2017. 12 pp.
Invited talk at Charged 2016: Prospects for Charged Higgs Discovery at Colliders, 36 October 2016
Published in PoS(CHARGED2016)029
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ePrint: arXiv:1701.01922 [hepph]  PDF
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The Higgs data and the Decoupling Limit
Howard E. Haber. Dec 31, 2013. 15 pp.
SCIPP1315.
Published in the Proceedings of the Toyama International Workshop on Higgs as a Probe of New Physics 2013 (HPNP2013) on eConf
ePrint: arXiv:1401.0152 [hepph]  PDF
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Twelve selected publications published from 20032014 are listed below.

Probing wrongsign Yukawa couplings at the LHC and a future linear collider
P.M. Ferreira, John F. Gunion, Howard E. Haber, Rui Santos. Mar 19, 2014. 24 pp.
SCIPP1402, UCD20142
Published in Phys.Rev. D89 (2014) 115003
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.89.115003
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ePrint: arXiv:1403.4736 [hepph]  PDF
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Decoupling of the Righthanded Neutrino Contribution to the Higgs Mass in Supersymmetric Models
Patrick Draper, Howard E. Haber. Apr 22, 2013. 27 pp.
SCIPP1304.
Published in Eur.Phys.J. C73 (2013) 2522
DOI: 10.1140/epjc/s1005201325227
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ePrint: arXiv:1304.6103 [hepph]  PDF
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Massdegenerate Higgs bosons at 125 GeV in the TwoHiggsDoublet Model.
P.M. Ferreira, Howard E. Haber, Rui Santos, Joao P. Silva. Nov 2012. 17 pp.
SCIPP1214.
Published in Phys.Rev. D87 (2013) 055009
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.87.055009
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ePrint: arXiv:1211.3131 [hepph]  PDF
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Grouptheoretic Condition for Spontaneous CP Violation.
Howard E. Haber (UC, Santa Cruz), Ze'ev Surujon (UC, Irvine). Jan 2012. 25 pp.
SCIPP1201, UCITR201201.
Published in Phys.Rev. D86 (2012) 075007
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.86.075007
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ePrint: arXiv:1201.1730 [hepph] PDF
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Basisindependent methods for the twoHiggsdoublet model III: The CPconserving limit, custodial symmetry, and the oblique parameters S, T, U.
Howard E. Haber, Deva O'Neil (UC, Santa Cruz). Nov 2010. 58 pp.
SCIPP1018.
Published in Phys.Rev. D83 (2011) 055017
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.83.055017
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ePrint: arXiv:1011.6188 [hepph]
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Supersymmetric Monojets at the Large Hadron Collider.
Benjamin C. Allanach (Cambridge U., DAMTP), Sebastian Grab, Howard E. Haber (UC, Santa Cruz). Oct 2010. 42 pp.
DAMTP201083, SCIPP1016.
Published in JHEP 01 (2011) 138, Erratumibid. 07 (2011) 087, Erratumibid. 09 (2011) 027
DOI: 10.1007/JHEP01(2011)138, 10.1007/JHEP07(2011)087, 10.1007/JHEP09(2011)027
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ePrint: arXiv:1010.4261 [hepph]
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Geometric picture of generalizedCP and Higgsfamily transformations in the twoHiggsdoublet model.
P.M. Ferreira (Lisbon, ISEL & Lisbon U., CFTC), Howard E. Haber (UC, Santa Cruz), M. Maniatis, O. Nachtmann (Heidelberg U.), Joao P. Silva (Lisbon, ISEL & Lisbon, IST). Oct 2010. 31 pp.
SCIPP1015, HDTHEP101.
Published in Int.J.Mod.Phys. A26 (2011) 769808
DOI: 10.1142/S0217751X11051494
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Abstract and Postscript and PDF from arXiv.org; Journal Server  Int.J.Mod.Phys. 
Hard supersymmetrybreaking 'wrongHiggs' couplings of the MSSM.
Howard E. Haber, John D. Mason (UC, Santa Cruz). Nov 2007. 32 pp.
SCIPP0716.
Published in Phys.Rev. D77 (2008) 115011
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.77.115011
Published version: [PDF]
ePrint: arXiv:0711.2890 [hepph]
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Seesaw mechanism in the sneutrino sector and its consequences.
Athanasios Dedes (Durham U., IPPP & Ioannina U.), Howard E. Haber (UC, Santa Cruz), Janusz Rosiek (Durham U., IPPP & Warsaw, CFT). Jul 2007. 63 pp.
IPPP0716,CPT0732, SCIPP0710.
Published in JHEP 11 (2007) 059
DOI: 10.1088/11266708/2007/11/059
Published version: [PDF]
ePrint: arXiv:0707.3718 [hepph]
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Basisindependent methods for the twoHiggsdoublet model. II. The Significance of tan beta.
Howard E. Haber, Deva O'Neil (UC, Santa Cruz). Feb 2006. 48 pp.
SCIPP0601.
Published in Phys.Rev. D74 (2006) 015018, Erratumibid. D74 (2006) 059905
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.74.015018, 10.1103/PhysRevD.74.059905
Published version: [PDF] [Erratum]
ePrint: hepph/0602242  PDF
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Basisindependent methods for the twoHiggsdoublet model
Sacha Davidson (Durham U., IPPP & Lyon, IPN), Howard E. Haber (Durham U., IPPP & UC, Santa Cruz). Apr 2005. 45 pp.
IPPP0323, DCPT0346, SCIPP0415.
Published in Phys.Rev. D72 (2005) 035004, Erratumibid. D72 (2005) 099902
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.72.035004, 10.1103/PhysRevD.72.099902
Published version: [PDF] [Erratum]
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 Abstract and Postscript and PDF from arXiv.org; Phys. Rev. D Server

The CP conserving two Higgs doublet model: The Approach to the decoupling limit
John F. Gunion (UC, Davis), Howard E. Haber (UC, Santa Cruz). Jul 2002. 42 pp.
SCIPP0210.
Published in Phys.Rev. D67 (2003) 075019
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.67.075019
Published version: [PDF]
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My two most highly cited papers (not including reviews) are listed below.

Can the mass of the lightest Higgs boson of the minimal supersymmetric model be larger than m(Z)?
Howard E. Haber, Ralf Hempfling (UC, Santa Cruz). Nov 1990. 12 pp.
Published in Phys.Rev.Lett. 66 (1991) 18151818
SCIPP9042
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.66.1815
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Higgs Bosons in Supersymmetric Models. 1.
J.F. Gunion (UC, Davis), Howard E. Haber (UC, Santa Cruz & SLAC). Aug 1984. 111 pp.
Published in Nucl.Phys. B272 (1986) 1, Erratumibid. B402 (1993) 567569
SLACPUB3404.
DOI: 10.1016/05503213(86)903408; 10.1016/05503213(93)906537
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 CERN Library Record ; SLAC Document Server; Journal Server  Nuclear Physics B; . Journal Server  Erratumibid.
Articles on the Higgs boson meant for a broader audience can be found below.
Howard E. Haber (UC, Santa Cruz). Sept 2018.
Published in Physics 11 (2018) 91
DOI: 10.1103/Physics.11.91
Published version: [PDF]
Howard E. Haber (UC, Santa Cruz). Mar 2012.
Published in Physics 5 (2012) 32
DOI: 10.1103/Physics.5.32
Published version: [PDF]
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Journal Server  Physics
The Higgs boson explained in 60 seconds
Howard E. Haber, Symmetry Magazine, volume 3, issue 6 (August, 2006)
[HTML  PDF]
III. Published Reviews

Supersymmetry, Part I (Theory).
Howard E. Haber (UC, Santa Cruz). Sept. 2017. 17 pp.

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from 2018 edition of the
Particle Data Group Collaboration (M. Tanabashi (Nagoya U.& KMI, Nagoya) et al.). 2018. 1898 pp.
Published in Phys.Rev. D98 (2018) 030001
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.98.030001
Published version: [PDF]

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Supersymmetric Theory and Models
Howard E. Haber, Laurel Stephenson Haskins. Dec 16, 2017. 144 pp.
SCIPP1711
Conference: C160606.15, pp. 355499 Proceedings
Published in Chapter 6 of TASI 2016: Anticipating the Next Discoveries in Particle Physics, edited by Rouven Essig and Ian Low (World Scientific, Singapore, 2018).
DOI: 10.1142/9789813233348_0006
ePrint: arXiv:1712.05926 [hepph]  PDF
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ILC Higgs White Paper
D.M. Asner, T. Barklow, C. Calancha, K. Fujii, N. Graf, H.E. Haber, A. Ishikawa, S. Kanemura, S. Kawada, M. Kurata et al.. Oct 23, 2013. 152 pp.
ePrint: arXiv:1310.0763 [hepph]  PDF
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Twocomponent spinor techniques and Feynman rules for quantum field theory and supersymmetry.
Herbi K. Dreiner (Bonn U.), Howard E. Haber (UC, Santa Cruz), Stephen P. Martin (Northern Illinois U. & Fermilab). Dec 2008. 246 pp.
BNTH200812, SCIPP0808.
Published in Phys.Rept. 494 (2010) 1196
DOI: 10.1016/j.physrep.2010.05.002
Published version: [PDF]
ePrint: arXiv:0812.1594 [hepph]
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Higgs boson theory and phenomenology.
Marcela Carena (Fermilab), Howard E. Haber (UC, Santa Cruz). Aug 2002. 87 pp.
hepph/0208209,FERMILABPUB02114T, SCIPP0207.
Published in Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys. 50 (2003) 63152
DOI: 10.1016/S01466410(02)001771
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ePrint: hepph/0208209
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Spin formalism and applications to new physics searches.Postscript and PDF from this website.
Howard E. Haber (UC, Santa Cruz & Santa Barbara, KITP). Apr 1994. 83 pp.
hepph/9405376, SCIPP9349, NSFITP9430, C930726.
Published in Stanford 1993, Spin structure in high energy processes, pp. 231272
Presented at Conference: C930726
ePrint: hepph/9405376
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The Search for Supersymmetry: Probing Physics Beyond the Standard Model.
Howard E. Haber (UC, Santa Cruz & SLAC), Gordon L. Kane (Michigan U.). Jan 1984. 376 pp.
UMHETH8317, SCIPP8547.
Published in Phys.Rept. 117 (1985) 75263
DOI: 10.1016/03701573(85)900511
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Webpage for Twocomponent spinor techniques and Feynman rules for quantum field theory and supersymmetry, maintained by Stephen P. Martin. Both the arXiv version and the Physics Reports version use the spacetime metric signature (+1,1,1,1), as is found for example in the field theory textbooks by Ramond, and by Peskin and Schroeder . However, many people including one of the authors (S.P. Martin) prefer the metric signature (1, +1, +1, +1), as is found for example in the textbooks by Weinberg, by Wess and Bagger, by Srednicki, and in Martin's Supersymmetry Primer. Here is a PDF file of v5 of our review with the (1, +1, +1, +1) metric convention, which should be identical in content in every other respect: DHMspinors_v5.pdf.
The list of known corrections to the Physics Reports version (September 2010) is here: DHM_corr_PhysicsReports.pdf.
The list of known corrections to the arXiv v5 (311 pages, August 2010) is here: DHM_corr_v5.pdf.
Both the (+1,1,1,1) and the (1, +1, +1, +1) metric versions were made
from the single LaTeX file
DHMspinors_v5.tex.
[If you are curious and want to LaTeX this for some reason, you may need
the style files found
here; other packages used should be in most standard LaTeX
distributions.
The choice of metric signature is implemented by simply changing
a single character in the LaTeX file, namely the
argument
of line 16, with \def\signofmetric{0} corresponding
to the (+1,1,1,1) metric and \def\signofmetric{1} to the
(1, +1, +1, +1) metric.]
IV. Published Books
Coauthored books

The Higgs Hunter's Guide.
John F. Gunion (UC, Davis), Howard E. Haber (UC, Santa Cruz), Gordon L. Kane (Michigan U.), Sally Dawson (Brookhaven). Jun 1989. 404 pp.
SCIPP89/13, UCD894, BNL41644.
Published in Front. Phys. 80 (2000) 1448
Link to The Higgs Hunter's Guide at the Routledge (member of Taylor & Francis Group) webpage.
John F. Gunion (UC, Davis), Howard E. Haber (UC, Santa Cruz), Gordon L. Kane (Michigan U.), Sally Dawson (Brookhaven). Dec 1992. 5 pp.
hepph/9302272, SCIPP9258.
ePrint: hepph/9302272

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Edited books

Particle physics and cosmology: The quest for physics beyond the standard model(s). Proceedings, Theoretical Advanced Study Institute, TASI 2002, Boulder, USA, June 328, 2002.
H.E. Haber, (ed.) (UC, Santa Cruz), A.E. Nelson, (ed.) (Washington U., Seattle). 2004. 892 pp.
ISBN9789812388926.
Prepared for Conference: C020602.1 (River Edge, USA: World Scientific (2004) 892 p)Link to Particle Physics and Cosmology webpage at World Scientific Publishing.

Electroweak symmetry breaking and new physics at the TeV scale.
T.L. Barklow, (ed.) (SLAC), S. Dawson, (ed.) (Brookhaven), H.E. Haber, (ed.) (UC, Santa Cruz), J.L. Siegrist, (ed.) (LBL, Berkeley). 1996.
Published in Singapore, Singapore: World Scientific (1996) 736 p. (Advanced series on directions in high energy physics. 16)Link to Electroweak Symmetry Breaking and New Physics at the TeV Scale webpage at World Scientific Publishing.

From The Planck Scale To The Weak Scale: Toward A Theory Of The Universe. Proceedings, Theoretical Advanced Study Institute In Elementary Particle Physics, Santa Cruz, Usa, June 23  July 18, 1986. Vol. 2.
H.E. Haber, (Ed.) (UC, Santa Cruz). 1987.
Published in SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE: WORLD SCIENTIFIC (1987) 497953 
From The Planck Scale To The Weak Scale: Toward A Theory Of The Universe. Proceedings, Theoretical Advanced Study Institute In Elementary Particle Physics, Santa Cruz, Usa, June 23  July 18, 1986. Vol. 1.
H.E. Haber, (Ed.). 1987.
Published in SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE: WORLD SCIENTIFIC (1987) 1495
V. Teaching
 Spring, 2019 Physics 251 Group Theory and Modern Physics
 Winter, 2019 Physics 205 Introduction to Research "Research on the Theory of the Terascale" [PDF  Powerpoint]
 Winter, 2018 Physics 215 Introduction to NonRelativistic Quantum Mechanics
 Winter, 2017 Physics 214 Electromagnetism II
 Fall 2016 Physics 217 Quantum Field Theory I
 Winter 2016 Physics 218 Advanced Quantum Field Theory
 Fall, 2015 Physics 171 General Relativity, Black Holes, and Cosmology
 Fall, 2012 Physics 116C Mathematical Methods in Physics III
 Spring, 2012 Physics 216 Advanced Topics in NonRelativistic Quantum Mechanics
 Winter, 2011 Physics 116A Mathematical Methods in Physics I
 Fall, 2009 Physics 139B Quantum Mechanics II
 Winter, 2009 Physics 5B Introduction to Physics II
 Winter, 2000 Physics 112 Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics
VI. Notes and other writings
 A Tale of Three Diagonalizations [PDF  PS]
 Notes on the Matrix Exponential and Logarithm [PDF  PS]
 What is the group of conjugate symplectic matrices? [PDF  PS]
 Parameterization of real orthogonal antisymmetric matrices [PDF  PS]
 Useful relations among the generators in the defining and adjoint representations of SU(N) [PDF  PS]
 Toward a set of 2HDM benchmarks [PDF  PS]
 The eigenvalues of the quadratic Casimir operator and secondorder indices of a simple Lie algebra [PDF  PS]
 Notes on basis changes and matrix diagonalization [PDF  PS]
 Notes on the complex inverse trigonometric and hyperbolic functions and their principal values [PDF  PS]
 Proof of a trace inequality in matrix algebra [PDF  PS]
 Notes on the spontaneous breaking of SU(N) and SO(N) via a secondrank tensor multiplet [PDF  PS]
 Notes on antisymmetric matrices and the pfaffian [PDF  PS]
 Complex representation of scalar fields and the embedding of U(n) in SO(2n) [PDF  PS]
 The probability that a product of random numbers is less than a fixed constant [PDF  PS]
 Massless Majorana and Weyl fermions cannot be distinguished [PDF  PS]
VII. Talks at conferences, workshops and schools, 20042019
2019 Conferences and workshops
 7th RISE Collaboration Workshop: NonMinimalHiggs, in Helsinki Finland, May 27, 2019 Approximate alignment without decoupling in the 2HDM naturally [PDF]
 The 4th Toyama International Workshop on "Higgs as a Probe of New Physics 2019" (HPNP2019), in Osaka, Japan, February 18, 2019 Symmetries and Mass Degeneracies in the Scalar Sector [PDF]
2018 Conferences and workshops
 The 5th HARMONIA WarsawLisbonCataniaDresden meeting, at the OCHOTA campus of the University of Warsaw, in Warsaw, Poland, December 68, 2018 Symmetries and Mass Degeneracies in the Scalar Sector [PDF]
 GGI Workshop: "Beyond the Standard Model: Where do we go from here?", at the Galileo Galilei Institute for Theoretical Physics in Arcetri, Florence, Italy, September 26, 2018 Discussion on Future Colliders [PDF]
 Workshop on MultiHiggs Models, at the Instituto Superior Técnico in Lisbon, Portugal, September 4, 2018 Symmetries and Mass Degeneracies in the Scalar Sector [PDF]
 GGI Workshop: "Beyond the Standard Model: Where do we go from here?", at the Galileo Galilei Institute for Theoretical Physics in Arcetri, Florence, Italy, August 30, 2018 Beyond the Standard Model: Where do we go from here? [PDF]
 MASS2018: Origin of Mass at the High Energy and Intensity Frontier, at CP^{3} Origins in Odense, Denmark, June 1, 2018 Beyond the Standard Model Higgs Boson [PDF]
 PLANCK 2018: 21st International Conference from the Planck Scale to the Electroweak Scale, in Bonn, Germany, May 22, 2018 Mass Degeneracies in Extended Higgs Sectors [PDF]
 Rencontres de Moriond: QCD and High Energy Interactions, in La Thuile, Aosta Valley, Italy, March 20, 2018 Approximate Higgs alignment without decoupling [PDF]
 TRIUMF Theory Workshop on New Physics and the Higgs, at TRIUMF in Vancouver, BC, Canada, February 20, 2018 Mass Degeneracies in Extended Higgs Sectors [PDF]
Professional talks at conferences and workshops in previous years are stored here.
Schools and Pedagogical Lectures
 The 46th SLAC Summer InstituteStandard Model at 50: Successes and Challenges, at SLAC in Stanford, CA USA, August 6, 2018 The woefully incomplete, unabashedly biased history of the Higgs Boson [PDF]
 PreSUSY 2016, preceding the 24th International Conference on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions, Melbourne, Australia, 27 JuneJuly 8, 2016 SM and SUSY Higgs [Lecture 1  Lecture 2  Lecture 3]
 2016 Theoretical Advanced Study Institute (TASI 2016), 6 June1 July 2016, Supersymmetric Theories and Models [Lecture 1  Lecture 2  Lecture 3  Lecture 4]
 The 40th SLAC Summer Institute, The Electroweak Scale: Unraveling the Mysteries at the LHC, 23 July3 August 2012, Electroweak Symmetry Breaking (EWSB): The Basics [Lecture 1  Lecture 2]
 Idpasc Higgs School, Foz do Arelho, Portugal, 69 Sept 2011, Theory of Higgs Bosons: The Standard Model and Beyond [PDF]
 The Pre SUSY school, preceding the 18th International Conference on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions, Bonn, Germany, 1921 August, 2010, Twocomponent Spinor Formalism: practical methods for treating Majorana fermions [PDF]
 Spaatind 2010: Nordic Conference in Particle Physics Spaatind 2010, Spaatind, Norway, 28 January 2010, Introduction to Electroweak Symmetry Breaking [PDF]; Twocomponent spinor formalism [PDF]
 Collider Phenomenology, DESY Theory Workshop, DESY Hamburg, Germany, 29 September1 October 2009 Introduction to Electroweak Symmetry Breaking [PDF]
 The CERNFermilab 2008 Hadron Collider Physics Summer School, Fermilab, August 1222, 2008, Higgs Boson Theory and Phenomenology [PDF]
 PreSUSY 2005, preceding the 13th International Conference on Supersymmetry and Unification of Fundamental Interactions, IPPP Durham, 29 JuneJuly 15, 2005 Practical methods for treating Majorana fermions [PDF]
 PSI Zuoz Summer School on Particle Physics, Zuoz, Switzerland, 1521 August, 2004 Introduction to Supersymmetry [Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Lecture 3 Lecture 4]
VIII. 2019 Conferences and workshops in particle physics
Bahamas Advanced Studey Institute & Conferences (BASIC 2019), January 612, 2019 at Stella Maris, Long Island, Bahamas
IAS Program: High Energy Physics, January 725, 2019 at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in Hong Kong, China
Zurich Phenomenology Workshop: A new look at Dark Matter (ZPW2019), January 911, 2019, at the Pauli Center for Theoretical Studies in Zurich, Switzerland
New Directions in Theoretical Physics 3, January 911, 2019, organized by the Higgs Centre for Theoretical Physics, at the University of Edinburgh in Edinburgh, Scotland
COST Workshop on Higgs and Flavour Physics: Present and Future, January 1417, 2019 at the Instituto Superior Técnico in Lisbon, Portugal
CLIC Workshop 2019, January 2125, 2019 at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland
2019 Rencontre de Physique des Particules, January 2325, 2019 at the LPC Clermont (UCA) in Aubière, France
"Matter and the Universe" (MU) Days 2019, February 1415, 2019 at DESY in Hamburg, Germany
The 4th International Workshop on "Higgs as a Probe of New Physics 2019" (HPNP2019), February 1822, 2019 at Osaka University in Osaka, Japan
6th RISE Collaboration Meeting: NonMinimalHiggs, February 20, 2019 at Osaka University in Osaka, Japan
Les Rencontres de Physique de la Vall&ée d'Aoste, March 1016, 2019 in La Thuile, Aosta Valley, Italy
Bay Area Particle Theory Seminar (BAPTS), March 15, 2019 at San Francisco State University (SFSU) in San Francisco, CA
54th Rencontres de Moriond EW 2018, March 1623, 2019, in La Thuile, Aosta Valley, Italy
54th Rencontres de Moriond: QCD and High Energy Interactions, March 2330, 2019, in La Thuile, Aosta Valley, Italy
Aspen 2019 Winter Confererence "In Pursuit of New Partices and Paradigms", March 2430, 2019, at the Aspen Center for Physics in Aspen, CO USA
Linear Collider Community Meeting, April 89, 2019 at the SwissTech Convention Center, in Lausanne, Switzerland
10th KUTS Workshop, April 810, 2019 at Dresden University in Dresden, Germany
April APS Meeting 2019, April 1316, 2019 in Denver, CO USA
Higgs and Effective Field Theory (HEFT 2019), April 1518, 2019 at the Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics Phenomenology (CP3), Université Catholique de Louvain in LouvainlaNeuve, Belgium
An Alpine LHC Physics Summit (ALPS 2019), April 2227, 2019, Obergurgl University Center in Tyrol, Austria
MIAPP programme: "Beyond the Standard Model with Precision Flavour Experiments", April 29May 24, 2019 at the Munich Institute for Astro and Particle Physics in Munich, Germany
Phenomenology 2019 Symposium (PHENO 2019), May 69, 2019 at the University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh, PA USA
CERN Council Open Symposium on the Update of European Strategy for Particle Physics, May 1316, 2019 in Granada, Spain [Program]
PreSUSY International School, May 1518, 2019 at Texas A&M University in Corpus Christi
Multiple Vertices and Hidden Sectors: Celebrating the Distinguished Career of Professor John Jaros, May 17, 2019 at SLAC in Menlo Park, CA USA
Flavor 2019: new physics in flavor from LHC to BELLE II, May 2022, 2019 at the Munich Institute for Astro and Particle Physics in Munich, Germany
27th International Conference on Supersymmetrty and Unification of Fundamental Interactions (SUSY 2019), May 2024, 2019 at Texas A&M University in Corpus Christi
7th Edition of the Large Hadron Collider Physics Conference", May 2025, 2019 at Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla in Puebla, Mexico
7th RISE Collaboration Meeting: NonMinimalHiggs, May 2729, 2019 at the Physicum, Kumpula campus, University of Heksinki, in Helsinki, Finland
2019 MIAPP programme "The Weak Scale at a Crossroads: Lessons from the LHC and Beyond", May 27June 21, 2019 at the Munich Institute for Astro and Particle Physics in Munich, Germany
PLANCK 2019: 22st International Conference from the Planck Scale to the Electroweak Scale, June 37, 2019 in Granada, Spain
Invisibles19 School, June 37, 2019 at the Laboratorio Subterráneo de Canfranc in Spain.
2019 Theoretical Advanced Study Institute (TASI 2019), "The Many Dimensions of Quantum Field Theory", June 328, 2019 at the University of Colorado in Boulder, CO USA
24th Rencontres ItzyksonEffective Field Theory in Cosmology, Gravitation and Particle Physics, June 57, 2019 at IPhT of CEASaclay, Univeristé ParisSaclay, in GifsurYvette, France
Invisibles19 Workshop, June 1014 in Valencia, Spain
Les Houches Workshop Series: "Physics at TeV Colliders (PhysTeV), Les Houches 2019, June 1028, 2019 in Les Houches, France
IFT Workshop: Opportunities at Future High Energy Colliders, June 11July 5, 2019 at the Instituto de Fisica Téorica UAMCSIC in Madrid, Spain
1st Workshop on Tools for LowEnergy SMEFT Phenomenology (SMEFTTools 2019), June 1214, 2019, at the Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology, University of Durham, at Durham, UK
The 3rd International Conference on Charged Lepton Flavor Violation (CLFV2019), June 1719, 2019 at the Fukuoka International Congress Center in Fukuoka, Japan
MITP 2019 workshop  "Indirect Searches for New Physics Across the Scales", June 17July 12, 2019 at the Mainz Institute for Theoretical Physics in Mainz, Germany
25th International Symposium on Particles, Strings and Cosmology (PASCOS 2019), July 15, 2019 in Manchester, UK
European Physical Society Conference on High Energy Physics (EPSHEP2019), July 1017, 2019 in Ghent, Belgium
11th International Workshop on Boosted Object Phenomenology, Reconstruction and Searches in HEP (BOOST 2019), July 2126, 2019 at MIT in Cambridge, MA USA
Higgs Hunting 2019, July 2931, 2019 at OrsayParis, France
DPF 2019, July 29August 2, 2019 at Northeastern University in Boston, MA USA
Searching for new physics, August 410, 2019 at the Crocker Science Center, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utau USA
XXIX International Symposium on Lepton Photon Interactions at High Energies (LP2019), August 510, 2019 at Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto, Canada
The Energy Frontier Beyond LHC Run 2, August 11September 15, 2019 at the Aspen Center for Physics in Aspen, CO USA
LoopFest XVIII, August 1214, 2019 at Fermilab in Batavia, IL USA
Sorak Symposium reminiscence on Particle Physics, August 1216, 2019 in South Korea
47th SLAC Summer Institute: Menu of FlavorsQuarks, Charged Leptons and Neutrinos, August 1223, 2019, at SLAC, in Menlo Park, CA USA
Celebrating Tom Weiler's 70th birthday, August 14, 2019 at Vanderbilt University, in Nashville, TN USA
8th International Conference on New Frontiers in Physics (ICNFP 2019), August 2129, 2019 at the Orthodox Academy of Creta (OAC) in Kolymbari, Crete
GGI Workshop: "Next Frontiers in the Search for Dark Matter", August 26October 11, 2019 at the Galileo Galilei Institute for Theoretical Physics in Arcetri, Florence, Italy
Workshop on Connecting Insights in Fundamental Physics: Standard Model and Beyond, August 31September 11, 2019 in Corfu, Greece
14th International Symposium on Radiative Corrections (RADCOR 2019), September 913, 2019 in Avignon, France
6th HARMONIA WarsawLisbonCataniaDresden Meeting , September 914, 2019 in Warsaw, Poland
Scalars 2019, September 1114, 2019 at the University of Warsaw OCHOTA campus, Warsaw, Poland
Higgs Days at Santander 2019, September 1620, 2019 in Santander, Spain
James Stirling Memorial Conference, at the Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology (IPPP), University of Durham, in Durham, UK
Symposium for Mary K. Gaillard, September 2122, 2019, at the Brower Center in Berkeley, CA
1st Mediterranean Conference on Higgs Physics (MCHP) September 2326, 2019, in Tangier, Morocco
2nd Workshop on Hadronic Contributions to New Physics Searches (HC2NP), September 2328, 2019 in Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife, Spain
Higgs Couplings, September 30October 4, 2019 at the University of Oxford in Oxford, UK
KITNEP '19Theory Challenges in HigherOrder New Physics Calculations, October 79, 2019 at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Karlsruhe, Germany
The 16th Workshop of LHC Higgs Cross Section Working Group, October 1618, 2019 at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland
International Conference on Neutrinos and Dark Matter (N&DM2020), January 1114, 2020 in Hurgada, Egypt
Another compilation of upcoming particle physics conferences and workshops can be found here.
Listings of conferences and workshops from previous years are stored here.
IX. University Service
Faculty Perceptions of a UCSC Research Environment in Need of Restoration and Improvement, a report by Howard E. Haber and David M. Harrington, sponsored by the UCSC Committee on Research and contributed in May, 1998 to the Advisory Report of the Millennium Committee. [HTML]
University Committee on Research Policy (UCORP) 19951996 Public web page.
Should UC renew its contract with the Department of Energy (DOE) to manage the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Los Alamos National Laboratory? The following web page documents the 1996 UC systemwide campus debate on this question. A town meeting was held on the UCSC campus on March 7, 1996 to discuss these issues.
X. Extracurricular Activities
Some of the physics students and I play softball in the UCSC intramural coed softball league. The fall season runs from early October to early December, and the spring season runs from early April to early June.
Our team, called ReEntry, is sponsored by the STARS organization on campus, which provides support and counseling for returning (or reentry) students to campus. You can follow our season exploits on the ReEntry Team Webpage.
XI. Physics, Math and Computer Links
Book Price comparisons
CERN links
LHC Performance and Statistics
LHC Programme Coordination web pages
ATLAS Online Luminosity [for more details click here]
CMS Online Luminosity [for more details click here]
CERN Physics results
ATLAS ExperimentPublic results
ATLAS Supersymmetry Physics results
CMS Supersymmetry Physics results
Electroweak and Higgs precision observables
LHC Higgs Cross Section Working Group (HXSWG)
SFitter Higgs coupling analysis
Higgs boson links
Precision SUSY Higgs Mass Calculation Initiative
LHC Higg Cross Section Working Group Twiki
Heavy Higgs and Beyond Standard Model subgroup of the HXSWG
Handbook of LHC Higgs Cross Sections: 1. Inclusive Observables [Postscript  PDF]
Handbook of LHC Higgs Cross Sections: 2. Differential Distributions [Postscript  PDF]
Handbook of LHC Higgs Cross Sections: 3. Higgs Properties [Postscript  PDF]
High Energy Physics links
High Energy Physics Software and Collider Tools
International Linear Collider
American Linear Collider Working Group
International Linear Collider (ILC) homepage
CLIC detector and physics study (CLICdp)WG Physics Potential
Compact Linear Collider (CLIC)
Journals
Journal of Mathematical Physics
Physical Review Online Archive (PROLA)
Mathematica and Maple links
Mathematics links
Mathematical Association of America
Meetings and Conferences organized by SCIPP Theory
SCIPP Reunion Theory Symposium, April 24, 2015 at the University of California, Santa Cruz
The search for Fundamental Physics: Higgs Bosons & Supersymmetry, A symposium in honor of Michael Dine and Howard Haber on the occasion of their 60th Birthdays, January 46, 2013
West Coast LHC Theory meeting, May 21, 2010
Confronting Challenges in Theoretical Physics, A Symposium in Honor of Tom Banks and Willy Fischler on the Occasion of their 60th Birthdays June 1516, 2009
RADCOR 2000, 5th International Symposium on Radiative Corrections, September 1115, 2000
Particle physics outreach
Physikshow at the University of Bonn
Particle physics jobs
Theoretical Particle Physics Jobs Rumor Mill
High Energy Physics Postdoc Rumor Mill
Physics blogs
AsymptotiaPhysics links
Division of Particles and fields of the APS
Professional publishers
Search links
Tevatron physics results
Tevatron New Phenomena & Higgs Working Group
TeX and LaTeX links
Selected extracts from the Comprehensive LaTeX Symbol List [PDF]
Using Imported Graphics in LaTeX and pdfLaTeX
XII. Miscellaneous links of interest
Humor
Piled Higher and Deeper (Ph.D. Comics)
Sports
National Basketball Association
Weather
XIII. Photographs
Photographs that I have taken at various physics conferences and workshops can be found at this link. Pictures of the ReEntry coed softball team from the last eleven years can be found here.
haber@scipp.ucsc.edu
Last Updated: June 12, 2019