HOME

RESEARCH










A brief digression on my phylosophy of research and some thoughts about the current status of theoretical physics can be found here.


If you are just interested to my current research please jump here.

Some words about my previous research can be found in this place.



To look at my publications go here. 

One of the favorite hobbies of scientists is to make gossips about the achievements of the collegues. "What has he/she done?" is one of the most frequent questions that one hears on these occasions. So, what have I done? If you do not know it already, here there is the answer to this question.


 


   Previous Research Interests:

  1. Neural networks, kinematics of QCD, search of Higgs particles at future particle colliders

  2. Stochastic quantization of field theories


   Papers:

I have authored about sixty papers up to now. To find my papers is really difficult, because my family name is very common. Part of my papers can be found in the SPIRES database.
Articles on soft matter are listed in the cond-mat archive.
I have also a monograph on astrobiology (in Polish) (together with E. Szuszkiewicz):

Cover

and contributed articles in books:

  1. F. Ferrari, Topological field theories with non-semisimple gauge group of symmetry and engineering of topological invariants, in "Trends in Field Theory Research", O. Kovras (Ed.), Nova Science Publisher 2004
  2. F. Ferrari, Field Theories and the Problem of
    Topological Entanglement in Polymer Physics, "Fluctuating Paths and Fields", W. Janke, A. Pelster, H.-J. Schmidt and M. Bachmann Eds., World Scientific, Singapore, 2001.
  3. F. Ferrari, Topological field theories with non-semisimple gauge
    group of symmetry and engineering of topological invariants, published in Current Topics in Quantum Field Theory Research,
    O. Kovras (Ed.), Nova Science Publishers (2006):
Current Topics in Field TheoryTrends in Field Theory

    Some (now very) old papers which are available on this site:

      1. F. Ferrari, Field Theories on the Poincare' Disk, Preprint UTF-344-95, published in Int. Jour. Mod. Phys. A. TeX Source

      2. F. Ferrari and J.Sobczyk, Non-Standard Conformal Field Theories from the $b-c$ Systems on General Algebraic Curves, Preprint UTF-343-95, published in Int. Jour. Mod. Phys. A.

        TeX Source

      3. F. Ferrari and J. Sobczyk, Creation and Annihilation Operators for $b-c$ Systems on General Algebraic Curves, invited talk at the XXXIV Schladming Conference, March 4 - March 11, 1995.

        TeX Source

      4. F. Ferrari, Biharmonic Conformal Field Theories, Preprint UTF-353-95, published in Phys. Lett. B.

        LaTeX Source


     




    Please notice:

    this page is still under construction.

    					Last revised: Feb. 8, 2005.
DIDACTICS
COWORKERS
Polymers
Astrobiology