Gerald B. Cleaver
|Gerald Bryan Cleaver|
Texas A&M University
|Doctoral advisor||John Schwarz|
|Known for||String theory and String phenomenology|
Gerald B. Cleaver is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physics at Baylor University and is the Head of the Early Universe Cosmology and Strings (EUCOS) division of Baylor's Center for Astrophysics, Space Physics & Engineering Research (CASPER). His research specialty is string phenomenology and string model building.
At Baylor University Cleaver has constructed the first string derived Near-MSSM possessing the potential to resolve the factor-of-20 difference between the MSSM unification scale of 2.5×1025 eV (25 YeV or 4.0 MJ) and the weakly coupled heterotic string scale of 5×1026 eV (500 YeV or 80 MJ) via a robust method referred to as "optical unification".
Gerald Cleaver has authored more than 50 papers on Superstring/M-Theory, ten of which are cited more than 50 times.
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