Ethan T. Neil, Ph.D.

2011 Yale University, New Haven, CT 
"Ethan Neil"
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Thomas W. Appelquist grad student 2011 Yale
 (Dependence of Yang-Mills theory on the number of light fermions.)
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Golterman M, Neil ET, Shamir Y. (2020) Application of dilaton chiral perturbation theory to Nf=8, SU(3) spectral data Physical Review D. 102
Davies CTH, DeTar C, El-Khadra AX, et al. (2020) Hadronic-Vacuum-Polarization Contribution to the Muon's Anomalous Magnetic Moment from Four-Flavor Lattice QCD Physical Review D. 101
DeGrand T, Neil ET. (2020) Repurposing lattice QCD results for composite phenomenology Physical Review D. 101
Brower RC, Hasenfratz A, Neil ET, et al. (2019) Lattice gauge theory for physics beyond the Standard Model European Physical Journal A. 55: 198
Lehner C, Meinel S, Blum T, et al. (2019) Opportunities for Lattice QCD in Quark and Lepton Flavor Physics European Physical Journal A. 55: 195
Ayyar V, Golterman M, Hackett DC, et al. (2019) Radiative contribution to the composite-Higgs potential in a two-representation lattice model Physical Review D. 99
Ayyar V, DeGrand T, Hackett DC, et al. (2019) Partial compositeness and baryon matrix elements on the lattice Physical Review D. 99
Appelquist T, Brower RC, Fleming GT, et al. (2019) Nonperturbative investigations of SU(3) gauge theory with eight dynamical flavors Physical Review D. 99: 14509
Hackett DC, Howe K, Hughes C, et al. (2019) Digitizing gauge fields: Lattice Monte Carlo results for future quantum computers Physical Review A. 99
Carosso A, Hasenfratz A, Neil ET. (2018) Nonperturbative Renormalization of Operators in Near-Conformal Systems Using Gradient Flows. Physical Review Letters. 121: 201601
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