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High Energy Physics Division Seminar

HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS DIVISION                  ( Switch to russian version of HEPD Seminars HEPD Seminars - Russian version  )

          Past HEPD Seminars in:   2018;    2017;    2016;    2015;    2014;    2013;    2012;    2011;    2010;    2009;    2008;    2007;    2006;    2005;    2004;    2003;   

  • Next seminar:  
    Topic:  "First Application of Crystals in Slow Extraction of SPS Beam at CERN."    
    Speaker:   Yu.A.Gavrikov (PNPI NRC KI, Gatchina).
    Place:  PNPI, Building 7, small conference hall .
    Time:   January 15, 2019  (coffee and tea: 10:00;    Seminar: 10:30)

    Contact persons:  
    Dr. Sergey I. Manaenkov    (Phone: +7 (813 71) 46196   or  e-mail )



  • PNPI seminar:  
    Topic:  "Study on muon channel of Swiss meson facility. Muon catalysis of nuclear dd and dt fusion. Muon capture by light hydrogen nuclei." (Report in the format pdf=12 Mb)
    Speaker:   A.A.Vorobyov (PNPI NRC KI, Gatchina).
    Place:  PNPI, Building 7, Main Conference Hall .



  • Joint seminar  H  E  P  D   -   T P  D  :  
    Topic:  "The first direct observation of dense and hot expanding hadronic matter and the measurement of sizes of the pion radiation cloud".     .
    (Abstract - Quark Gluon Plasma (QGP) is a generic source of hadrons produced in high multiplicity proton-proton collision at the LHC. The QGP is confined, i.e. unobservable. However, the QGP-to-hadron phase transition results in a cloud of dense and hot expanding hadronic matter. Interactions between hadrons and decays of the short-living resonances cool down this matter during an expansion process. Finally, the density becomes low enough to stop the final state interactions and, correspondingly, expansion and cooling. Bose-Einstein correlations is an effective tool to study a space-time evolution of a radiative hadronic matter during the cooling process, in particular, to measure the final sizes of particle radiation cloud. Presented results are based on a comprehensive analysis of the minimum bias events sample collected by the ATLAS collaboration in proton-proton collisions with energy 7 TeV at the LHC.)
    Speaker:   V.A.Schegelsky (PNPI NRC KI, Gatchina).
    Place:  PNPI, Building 7, small conference hall .
    Time:   January 17, 2019  (coffee and tea: 10:30,    Seminar: 11:00)

    Contact persons:  
    Prof. M.G.Ryskin    (Phone: +7 (813 71) 46096   or  e-mail )
    Prof. V.T.Kim  (Phone: +7 (813 71) 46722   or  e-mail )
    Dr. M.B.Zhalov  (Phone: +7 (813 71) 46131   or  e-mail )

    HEPD Seminars in 2019 :

      January 15, 2019,  10:30

    Yu.A.Gavrikov

     (PNPI NRC KI, Gatchina)

    First Application of Crystals in Slow Extraction of SPS Beam at CERN.  

      January 17,   2019,  11:00
      Joint Seminar HEPD - TPD

    V.A.Schegelsky

    (PNPI NRC KI, Gatchina)

    Laser-stimulated nuclear processes and the low-lying isomer level in Th-229.  
    (Abstract - Quark Gluon Plasma (QGP) is a generic source of hadrons produced in high multiplicity proton-proton collision at the LHC. The QGP is confined, i.e. unobservable. However, the QGP-to-hadron phase transition results in a cloud of dense and hot expanding hadronic matter. Interactions between hadrons and decays of the short-living resonances cool down this matter during an expansion process. Finally, the density becomes low enough to stop the final state interactions and, correspondingly, expansion and cooling. Bose-Einstein correlations is an effective tool to study a space-time evolution of a radiative hadronic matter during the cooling process, in particular, to measure the final sizes of particle radiation cloud. Presented results are based on a comprehensive analysis of the minimum bias events sample collected by the ATLAS collaboration in proton-proton collisions with energy 7 TeV at the LHC.)


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    Past HEPD Seminars in:   2018;    2017;    2016;    2015;    2014;    2013;    2012;    2011;    2010;    2009;    2008;    2007;    2006;    2005;    2004;    2003;   

HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS DIVISION                  ( Switch to russian version of HEPD Seminars HEPD Seminars - Russian version  )

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