- Relativistic Heavy-Particle Collision Theory | Derrick S.F. Crothers | Springer
- Modeling Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions
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Relativistic Heavy-Particle Collision Theory | Derrick S.F. Crothers | Springer
The course consists of a basic part and detailed subjects on request. Two other units should be chosen among the following topics: Signatures of new phenomena in relativistic heavy-ion collisions:.
Hvis emnet har begrenset kapasitet, vil ph. The course extends over a full semester with 3 hours of lectures and 2 hours of problem solving per week.
Modeling Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions
There will also be a project. Les mer om karakterskalaen. If the course is offered, a minimum of four students is required for ordinary lectures to take place. If less than four students participate, an exam will be given, but one should not expect ordinary teaching.
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Opptak og adgangsregulering Forkunnskaper Overlappende emner Undervisning Eksamen Evaluering av emnet. Kort om emnet FYS Subatomic Physics: Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collision Theory is devoted to the theory of high-energy collisions between nuclei and phase transitions in nuclear matter. Transport theory offers the possibility to cast the entire time evolution of the heavy-ion reaction - from its initial state to freeze-out - into one consistent framework.
In microscopic transport models the full space-time evolution of all microscopic degrees of freedom - either all hadrons present in the system or alternatively at higher beam energies partons - is calculated from the initial state to the final freeze-out, which allows for quantitative predictions of QGP signatures.
Cartoon of a Ultra-relativistic heavy-ion collision. Left to right: the two nuclei approach, collide, form a QGP, the QGP expands and hadronizes, finally hadrons rescatter and freeze out.
Microscopic Transport Theory treats the microscopic substructure of the colliding nuclei explicitly, i. Microscopic transport models are most useful to tackle questions concerning particle production, fluctuations and equlilibration mechanisms - they do not rely on any mean-field or equilibrium assumptions.
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