Dr. Randall J. Scalise
Senior Lecturer of Physics at Southern Methodist University
Co-Director of the Dallas Regional Science and Engineering Fair
Ph.D. Physics 1994, The Pennsylvania State University
Department of Physics, Box 175
102 Fondren Science Building
3215 Daniel Avenue
Southern Methodist University
Dallas, TX 75275-0175 USA
"Predictions for Neutrino Structure Functions"
Fredrick I. Olness (SMU)
accepted by Physical Review D.
"Heavy Quark Hadroproduction in Perturbative QCD"
with Wu-Ki Tung
Fredrick I. Olness (SMU),
Physical Review D 59 (1999) 014506.
"Heavy Quark Parton Distributions: Mass Dependent or Mass
Independent Evolution?" with
Fredrick I. Olness
Physical Review D 57 (1998) p241-244.
Kuiper Belt Constraints" with
Vigdor L. Teplitz (SMU),
S. Alan Stern (Southwest Research Institute),
John D. Anderson (JPL),
Doris Rosenbaum (SMU), and Paul Wentzler (SMU),
Astrophysical Journal 516 (1999) p425.
- "On the Mass of the Kuiper Belt" with John D. Anderson et al.,
Orbis Scientiæ 1998, Coral Gables Proceedings 22-25 Jan 1998,
"Structure Function Subgroup Summary"
The studies and discussions of the
Function Subgroup of the
QCD Working Group
of the Snowmass
1996 Workshop: New Directions for High Energy Physics, [14 pages,
PS (662228 bytes),
with Albrow et al., to be published
in the Snowmass 1996 conference proceedings.
"Heavy Quark Hadroproduction: Resumming Large Logarithms via Heavy
Quark PDFs" (PostScript, 4 pages, 319509 bytes)
with Wu-Ki Tung
Fredrick I. Olness (SMU);
SMU preprint SMU-HEP-9608,
presented at and to be published in the conference proceedings (World
Particles & Fields '96:
Meeting of the
Division of Particles & Fields
of the APS,
Minneapolis, MN, 10-15 August 1996.
"Renormalization of Composite Operators in Yang-Mills Theories Using a
General Covariant Gauge" (PostScript, 44 pages, 444230 bytes) with
John C. Collins
Physical Review D 50 (1994) p4117-36.
"Unitary Lowest Weight Representations of the Non-compact Supergroup
OSp(2m*/2n)" (PostScript, 27 pages, 268642 bytes) with
Journal of Mathematical Physics 32 (1991) p599-606.
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The Structure Functions Subgroup of the
QCD Working Group
of the Snowmass 1996
Workshop: New Directions for High Energy Physics
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