Univ.-Prof. Dr. Harvey B. Meyer

Professional and scientific career

since April 2014
Professor at the Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz

Junior Professor at the Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz

Fellow in the Theoretical Physics Division of CERN

Research Scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.), Cambridge, USA

Postdoctoral research position at M.I.T.

Postdoctoral research position at DESY, Zeuthen, Germany

D.Phil. in Theoretical Physics, University of Oxford, UK

Diplome de Physique, Lausanne University, Switzerland

Resarch interests

  • Lattice field theory
  • Spectral functions
  • QCD phase diagram, thermal field theory
  • Hadron structure, nucleon form factors


Selected publications

Chiral dynamics in the low-temperature phase of QCD
By Bastian B. Brandt, Anthony Francis, Harvey B. Meyer, Daniel Robaina.
arXiv:1406.5602 [hep-lat], Phys.Rev. D (in press).

A relation between screening masses and real-time rates
By B.B. Brandt, A. Francis, M. Laine, H.B. Meyer.
arXiv:1404.2404 [hep-ph], JHEP 1405 (2014) 117.

A new representation of the Adler function for lattice QCD
By Anthony Francis, Benjamin Jaeger, Harvey B. Meyer, Hartmut Wittig.
arXiv:1306.2532 [hep-lat], Phys.Rev. D88 (2013) 054502.

Implications of Poincare symmetry for thermal field theories in finite-volume
By Leonardo Giusti, Harvey B. Meyer.
arXiv:1211.6669 [hep-lat], JHEP 1301 (2013) 140.

The nucleon axial charge from lattice QCD with controlled errors
By S. Capitani, M. Della Morte, G. von Hippel, B. Jager, A. Juttner, B. Knippschild, H.B. Meyer, H. Wittig.
arXiv:1205.0180 [hep-lat], Phys.Rev. D86 (2012) 074502.

Lattice QCD and the Timelike Pion Form Factor
By Harvey B. Meyer.
arXiv:1105.1892 [hep-lat], Phys.Rev.Lett. 107 (2011) 072002.

Transport Properties of the Quark-Gluon Plasma: A Lattice QCD Perspective
By Harvey B. Meyer.
arXiv:1104.3708 [hep-lat], Eur.Phys.J. A47 (2011) 86.

General Public

The Higgs boson and the origin of the electron mass
By Harvey B. Meyer
PDF document (1 MB), Nov. 28, 2013