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Stephen P. Martin
Distinguished Research Professor Distinguished Teaching Professor Physics Department Northern Illinois University DeKalb, IL 60115 spmartin@niu.edu NIU Office: 214 La Tourette (formerly Faraday West) Fermilab Office: Wilson 3rd floor 
Today's anagram of Stephen Patrick Martin is: Prints permit a net hack
Fall 2016 class: Physics 686 Phenomenology of Particle Physics
My
research publications
from inSPIRE.
"A Supersymmetry Primer" is
my introduction to supersymmetry.
Some recent pedagogical summer school lectures I've given: slides for the ICTP 2013 Summer School on Particle Physics and notes for my TASI 2011 lectures on twocomponent fermions and supersymmetry. SMH is a computer program library that I wrote with Dave Robertson that computes the mass of the Standard Model Higgs boson at complete 2loop order with leading 3loop corrections. It also minimizes the Standard Model effective potential in the same approximation. It is based on the paper 1407.4336. SMH is an application of our program TSIL, which does the numerical computation of 2loop selfenergy integrals with arbitrary masses and external momentum. Another application of TSIL is the 2loop SUSYQCD contributions to the gluino and squark pole masses, recently implemented in SOFTSUSY 3.7.0 by Ben Allanach, Dave Robertson, Roberto Ruiz de Austri, and me. For a description of this, see the manual: 1601.06657. Here is the web page (including errata, and a version with the +++ metric) for the review paper 0812.1594, "Twocomponent spinor techniques and Feynman rules for quantum field theory and supersymmetry", by Herbi K. Dreiner, Howard E. Haber, and me. The current v5 is very close to the one published in Physics Reports. 
Other classes I have previously taught at NIU:
Physics 370 Electricity and Magnetism I (Spring 2016) Physics 470/570 Electricity and Magnetism II (Fall 2015) Physics 485/585 Methods of Mathematical Physics II (Spring 2003) Physics 661 Quantum Mechanics II (Spring 2009) Physics 751 General Relativity (Spring 2015) Physics 786 Gauge Theories and Supersymmetry (Spring 2004)
Fermilab Theoretical Physics Group
