Professor David Dunbar
Personal Professor
Physics
Telephone: (01792) 295014
Room: Office - 605
Sixth Floor
Vivian Building
Singleton Campus

Areas of Expertise

  • I use the methedology of perturbative quantum field theory to investigate a variety of problems including the understanding of the interactions in Gauge Theories and in examining the perturbative consistency of possible theories of Quantum Gravity.

Publications

  1. Dunbar, D., Godwin, J., Jehu, G., Perkins, W. Analytic results for two-loop Yang-Mills Proceedings of Science
  2. Dunbar, D., Godwin, J., Jehu, G., Perkins, W. Loop amplitudes in an extended gravity theory Physics Letters B 780 41 47
  3. Dunbar, D., Godwin, J., Jehu, G., Perkins, W. Analytic all-plus-helicity gluon amplitudes in QCD Physical Review D 96 11
  4. Dunbar, D., Perkins, W. Two-Loop Six Gluon All-Plus Helicity Amplitude Physical Review Letters 117 6
  5. Dunbar, D., Jehu, G., Perkins, W. Two-loop gravity amplitudes from four dimensional unitarity Physical Review D 95 4

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Teaching

  • PH-104 Astronomy and Cosmology

    This module is a basic introduction to Observational Astronomy and Cosmology. It will be given in a non-mathematical style and is intended to inspire and motivate students of any discipline at an early stage in their studies. Opportunities will be given for making practical astronomical observations.

  • PH-227 Mathematical Methods in Physics II

    This module introduces further mathematical methods used in Physics, especially complex variable theory, Fourier analysis, and their applications.

Supervision

  • A Study of the Mathematical Structure of Scattering Amplitudes Through Their Singularities (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Warren Perkins
  • New techniques for high orders in scattering amplitudes (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Warren Perkins
  • Modern Analytic Techniques for Perturbative Amplitude Calculations in Yang-Mills and Gravity (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Warren Perkins
  • 'Analytic helicity amplitudes in Yang-Mills theory, Einstein gravity and their non-supersymmetric extensions. ' (awarded 2018)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Warren Perkins