Structure and Dynamics of Elementary Matter: Proceedings of the NATO ASI on Structure and Dynamics of Elementary Matter, Camyuva-Kemer (Antalya) by Walter GreinerStructure and Dynamics of Elementary Matter: Proceedings of the NATO ASI on Structure and Dynamics of Elementary Matter, Camyuva-Kemer (Antalya) by Walter Greiner

Structure and Dynamics of Elementary Matter: Proceedings of the NATO ASI on Structure and Dynamics…

byWalter GreinerEditorMikhail G. Itkis, Joachim Reinhardt

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Ladies and gentlemen, dear colleagues, welcome to Kemer to the NATO Advanced Study Institute Structure and Dynamics of Elementary Matter. We have chosen Kemer as the place of our NASI because it is located in a be- tiful and hospitable surrounding. This part of the Mediterranean at the Turkish Riviera is a historic region where many cultures meet (e.g., the Oriental and the Greek and Roman European cultures) and where you ?nd numerous places which played a role in ancient science and in early Christianity. Moreover, with the hotel Ceylan Inter-Continental we have found a most excellent me- ing place, directly located at the beach, equipped with wonderful swimming pools and restaurants - an absolutely ?rst-class location. Our NASIwill deal withthemost recent developmentsin high-energyheavy ionphysicsandinthesearchforsuperheavynuclei-tworatherdistinctareasof research. Indeed, we want to bring two very active communities of nuclear and high-energy physics into close contact. The meeting is both a school and has also the character of a conference: A school because there are many advanced students, many of which are themselves already top researchers and who are contributing with their own research in seminars and posters. It is also a c- ference because new results in the exciting and wonderful ?elds of low- and high-energy heavy ion physics will be presented. We are mainly focussing on the topics of superheavy elements and of hot and dense nuclear matter.
Title:Structure and Dynamics of Elementary Matter: Proceedings of the NATO ASI on Structure and Dynamics…Format:PaperbackDimensions:676 pagesPublished:September 7, 2004Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Relativistic Heavy Ion Physics - Experiment. Creating Bulk QCD Matter at RHIC; J.W. Harris. The Strangeness Signal in Hadron Production at Relativistic Energy; R. Stock. Multistrange Baryons at STAR; J. Baudot. Recent Results from the NA49 Experiment; C. Blume for the NA49 Collaboration. QCD Hard Scattering Results from PHENIX at RHIC; D. d'Enterria for the PHENIX Collaboration. A Panorama of PHENIX Physics; S.V. Greene. The Future International Accelerator Facility for Beams of Ions and Anti-Protons at Darmstadt; H.H. Gutbrod. Strangeness Production and Prospects for LHC; C. Kuhn for the ALICE Collaboration. Resonance Production in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions; C. Markert for the STAR Collaboration. Constraints on the Nuclear EOS from Heavy Ion Data in the SIS Energy Range; W. Reisdorf. Balance Functions at the RHIC; G.D. Westfall for the STAR Collaboration. Relativistic Heavy Ion Physics - Theory. Phase Transitions in High-Energy Heavy Ion Collisions; L.P. Csernai, et al. Aspects of Non-Equilibrium Quantum Field Theory in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions; C. Greiner, et al. The QGP Discovered at RHIC; M. Gyulassy. What is the Evidence for the Color Glass Condensate? L. McLerran. Clusters of Matter and Antimatter; I.N. Mishustin. Hadronization at RHIC: Interplay of Recombination and Fragmentation; S.A. Bass, et al. Review of QGP Signatures - Ideas versus Observables; E.L. Bratovskaya, et al. Towards a Comprehensive Description of Heavy Ion Reactions; F. Cerutti, et al. Signals of Deconfinement Transition in Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions; M. Gorenstein. Astroparticle and Nuclear Astrophysics. 3D Core Collapse Supernova Calculations; T. Bollenbach, et al. Dark Matter, Massive Neutrinos and SUSY Particles; K. Pretzl. Structure of Stars and Nuclei; J. Schaffner-Bielich. Spin-One Color Superconductivity in Neutron Stars; A. Schmitt. Theory of Gapless Superconductivity in Quark Matter; I. Shovkovy, M. Huang. Superheavy Elements. Exotic Nuclei - The Experimental Quest; S. Hofmann. Experimental Search for Superheavy Nuclei; A. Sobiczewski, et al. Dissipation-Fluctuation Dynamical Approach to Fusion Leading to the Superheavy Elements; Y. Abe, et al. Fusion-Fission Dynamics of Superheavy Nuclei by the Fluctuation-Dissipation Model; Y. Arimoto, et al. Self-Consistent Mean-Field Models and their Application to Superheavy Nuclei; T.J. Bürvenich, et al. Influence of Deformation on the Synthesis of Superheavy Elements; R.A. Ghergescu, W. Greiner. Shell Effects in Fission and Quasi-Fission of Heavy and Superheavy Nuclei; M.G. Itkis. Fission Barriers of Heavy and Superheavy Nuclei; I. Muntian, A. Sobiczewski. Exotic Nuclei and Nuclear Structure. Fusion and Quasifusion in a Molecular Model; G.G. Adamian, et al. Exotic Matter at the Low Density Limit: Exploring Bound and Continuum Structures of the Borromean Halo Nuclei; J.S. Vaagen, et al. Formation of the Compound Nucleus in Fusion of Heavy Nuclei; A. Diaz-Torres. Anisotropic &agr;-Decay; D.S. Delion, A. Insolia. Exotic Nuclei: Where do We Go? S. Galès. Storage-Ring Experiments with Exotic Nuclei: from Mass Measurements to the Future; G. Münzenberg. New Candidates for Cluster Decay Experiments; D.N. Poenaru, W. Greiner. Nuclear Fission and Structure Studies with Gammasphere