# Encyclopedia:Theoretical high energy physics

Encyclopedia of theoretical high energy physics

 Editors Stefan Pokorski University of Warsaw -- Editor of category "Electroweak theory" and of category "Beyond the Standard Model" Massimo D'Elia University of Pisa -- Editor of category "Lattice quantum field theory Advisory editors Davison Soper University of Oregon -- Former editor of category "Quantum chromodynamics"

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