# Adam Leibovich

My research interests centers on the strong and weak interactions of the Standard Model. In particular, I use effective field theory techniques to study heavy quarks as a probe of these interactions, and to try to uncover physics beyond the Standard Model. I am also interested in gravitational waves, the physics of extra dimensions, supersymmetry, in matter at extreme densities, and on physics relevant to the Large Hadron Collider.

## Students

Title | Position | |
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Shuyang Cao | Graduate Student | SHC152@pitt.edu |

Mehbub Khan | Graduate Student | mrk104@pitt.edu |

Cameron Mahoney | Graduate Student | cbm34@pitt.edu |

Raphael Monroy | Graduate Student | rrm59@pitt.edu |

Brian Pardo | Graduate Student | bap100@pitt.edu |

“Color octet quarkonia production,” P. L. Cho and A. K. Leibovich, Phys. Rev. D 53, 150 (1996)

“Color cote quarkonia production 2,” P. L. Cho and A. K. Leibovich, Phys. Rev. D 53, 6203 (1996)

“Semileptonic B decays to excited charmed mesons,” A. K. Leibovich, Z. Ligeti, I. W. Stewart, and M. B. Wise, Phys. Rev. D 57, 308 (1998)

"Extracting V_{ub} without recourse to structure functions,” A. K. Leibovich, I. Low, and I. Z. Rothstein, Phys. Rev. D 61, 053006 (2000)

“NRQCD analysis of bottomonium production at the Tevatron,” E. Braaten, S. Fleming, and A. K. Leibovich, Phys. Rev. D. 63, 094006 (2001)

“Universal lepton universality violation in exclusive processes,” L. Dai, C. Kim, and A. K. Leibovich, Phys. Rev. D 105 3, L031301 (2022)

“Heavy quark jet production near threshold,” L. Dai, C. Kim, and A. K. Leibovich, JHEP 09, 148 (2021)

“Second post-Newtonian order radiative dynamics of inspiralling compact binaries in the Effective Field Theory approach,” A. K. Leibovich, N. T. Maia, I. Z. Rothstein, and Z. Yang, Phys. Rev. D 101, 8, 084058 (2020)

"Analytic solutions to compact binary inspires with leading order spin-orbit contribution using the dynamical renormalization group,” Z. Yang and A. K. Leibovich, Phys. Rev. D 100, 8, 084021 (2019)

”Heavy quark jet fragmentation,” L. Dai, C. Kim, and A. K. Leibovich, JHEP 09, 109 (2018)