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John received his PhD from the University of Cambridge. His postdoctoral fellowships included positions at CERN and Imperial College London. John went on to a Senior Scientist position at the Research Institute for Advanced Studies in Maryland. He was Associate Professor of Physics at University of Toronto for three years then became a full professor.

AFFILIATIONS

University of Toronto, Department of Physics and University of Waterloo, Department of Physics

Research Interests

The following topics of research are being pursued:

1) Investigations of the standard model of particle physics

2) Cosmology

3) Modified gravitational theory

4) Quantum gravity

5) Astrophysics and astronomy (analyzes of observational data).

6) Quantum mechanics

Recent Publications

  • John Moffat, Ultraviolet Complete Electroweak Model Without a Higgs Particle, Eur.Phys.J.Plus 126:53,2011, arXiv: 1006.1859
  • J. W. Moffat, Ultraviolet Complete Quantum Gravity, Eur.Phys.J.Plus 126:43,2011, arXiv: 1008.2482
  • Leonardo Modesto, John W. Moffat, Piero Nicolini, Black holes in an ultraviolet complete quantum gravity, Phys.Lett.B695:397-400,2011, arXiv: 1010.0680
  • J. W. Moffat, Lorentz Violation of Quantum Gravity, Class.Quant.Grav.27:135016,2010, arXiv: 0905.1668
  • J. W. Moffat and V. T. Toth, The bending of light and lensing in modified gravity, MNRAS 397 (2009) 1885-1992, arXiv: 0805.4774
  • J. W. Moffat and V. T. Toth, Modified gravity and the origin of inertia, MNRAS 395 (2009) L25-L28, arXiv: 0710.3415
  • J. W. Moffat, Lorentz Violation of Quantum Gravity, Class.Quant.Grav.27:135016 (2010), arXiv: 0905.1668
  • J. W. Moffat, A Modified Gravity and its Consequences for the Solar System, Astrophysics and Cosmology, Int.J.Mod.Phys.D16:2075-2090 (2008), arXiv: gr-qc/0608074
  • Joao Magueijo and John W. Moffat, Comments on "Note on varying speed of light theories", Gen.Rel.Grav.40:1797-1806,2008, arXiv: 0705.4507
  • J. W. Moffat and V. T. Toth, Fundamental parameter-free solutions in Modified Gravity, Class. Quantum Grav. 26 (2009) 085002, arXiv: 0712.1796
  • J. W. Moffat and V. T. Toth, Testing modified gravity with globular cluster velocity dispersions, The Astrophysical Journal, 680:1158-1161, 2008 June 20, arXiv: 0708.1935
  • J. R. Brownstein and J. W. Moffat, The Bullet Cluster 1E0657-558 evidence shows Modified Gravity in the absence of Dark Matter, Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc.382:29-47 (2007), arXiv: astro-ph/0702146
  • J. W. Moffat, Time Delay Predictions in a Modified Gravity Theory, Quant.Grav. 23 (2006) 6767-6772, arXiv: gr-qc/0605141
  • J. R. Brownstein and J. W. Moffat, Gravitational solution to the Pioneer 10/11 anomaly, Class. Quantum Grav. 23 (2006) 3427-3436, arxiv:gr-qc/511026
  • J. W. Moffat, Cosmic Microwave Background, Accelerating Universe and Inhomogeneous Cosmology, JCAP0510:012,2005, arXiv: astro-ph/0502110
  • J. W. Moffat, Gravitational Theory, Galaxy Rotation Curves and Cosmology without Dark Matter, JCAP 0505 (2005) 003, arXiv: astro-ph/0412195
  • J. R. Brownstein and J. W. Moffat, Galaxy Cluster Masses Without Non-Baryonic Dark Matter, Mon.Not.Roy.Astron.Soc. 367 (2006) 527-540, arxiv:astro-ph/507222
  • J. R. Brownstein and J. W. Moffat, Galaxy Rotation Curves Without Non-Baryonic Dark Matter, Astrophys.J. 636 (2006) 721-741, arxiv:astro-ph/506370
  • J. W. Moffat, Scalar-Tensor-Vector Gravity Theory, JCAP 0603 (2006) 004, arxiv:gr-qc/506021
  • J. W. Moffat, Late-time Inhomogeneity and Acceleration Without Dark Energy, JCAP 0605 001(2006), arxiv:astro-ph/505326
  • J. W. Moffat, Variable Speed of Light Cosmology and Bimetric Gravity: An Alternative to Standard Inflation, Int.J.Mod.Phys. A20 (2005) 1155-1162, arXiv: gr-qc/0404066
  • J. W. Moffat, Bimetric Relativity and the Opera Neutrino Experiment, arXiv: 1110.1330
  • J. W. Moffat, Can Electroweak Theory Without A Higgs Particle Be Renormalizable?, arXiv: 1109.5383
  • J. W. Moffat, Ultraviolet Complete Quantum Field Theory and Gauge Invariance, arXiv: 1104.5706
  • J. W. Moffat, Radiative Corrections In An Ultraviolet Complete Electroweak Model Without A Higgs Particle, arXiv: 1103.0979
  • J. W. Moffat, Viktor T. Toth, Testing Modified Gravity (MOG) with gas-dominated galaxies, arXiv: 1103.5634
  • J. W. Moffat, Ultraviolet Complete Quantum Gravity, arXiv: 1008.2482
  • John Moffat, Ultraviolet Complete Electroweak Model Without a Higgs Particle, arXiv: 1006.1859
  • John Moffat, Ultraviolet Complete Electroweak Model Without a Higgs Particle, arXiv: 1006.1859
  • J. W. Moffat, V. T. Toth, Can Modified Gravity (MOG) explain the speeding Bullet (Cluster)?, arXiv: 1005.2685
  • John W. Moffat and Viktor T. Toth, Modified Jordan-Brans-Dicke theory with scalar current and the Eddington-Robertson gamma-parameter, arXiv: 1001.1564
  • John W. Moffat, Viktor T. Toth, Modified Jordan-Brans-Dicke theory with scalar current and the Eddington-Robertson gamma-parameter, arXiv: 1001.1564
  • J. W. Moffat, Void or Dark Energy?, arXiv: 0910.2723
  • J. W. Moffat and V. T. Toth, The running of coupling constants and unitarity in a finite electroweak model, arXiv: 0812.1994
  • J. W. Moffat, Electroweak Model Without A Higgs Particle, arXiv: 0709.4269
  • J. W. Moffat and V. T. Toth, Can Modified Gravity (MOG) explain the speeding Bullet (Cluster)?, arXiv: 1005.2685
  • J. W. Moffat and V. T. Toth, Testing modified gravity with motion of satellites around galaxies, arXiv: 0708.1264
  • J. W. Moffat and V. T. Toth, A finite electroweak model without a Higgs particle, arXiv: 0812.1991
  • J. W. Moffat, Modified Gravity or Dark Matter?, Talk given at the International conference on Two Cosmological Models, Universidad Iberoamericana, Ciudad de Mexico, November 17-19, 2010, arXiv: 1101.1935
  • J. W. Moffat, V. T. Toth, Observationally Verifiable Predictions of Modified Gravity, AIP Conf.Proc.1241:1066-1073,2010, arXiv: 0908.0781
  • John W. Moffat, Reinventing Gravity: A physicist goes beyond Einstein, John Allen and Sons, Toronto, and HarperCollins, New York