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Title: Manuel Fiolhais Centre for Computational Physics CFCUC University of Coimbra, Portugal


1
Manuel FiolhaisCentre for Computational
Physics(CFC-UC)University of Coimbra, Portugal
Some highlights of Nuclear Physics at The
University of Coimbra
NuPECC meeting, Lisboa, November 2004
2
Department of Physics 55 staff members 10
are nuclear hadron physicists
Other areas condensed matter (clusters, X-ray
diffraction), high energy, cosmology,
instrumentation, electronics, education, etc.
3
Research activity organized in 5 Research Centres
Centre for Computational Physics (25 nuclear
physics)
Centre for Theoretical Physics (50 nuclear
physics)
4
Lab for advanced computing of CFC
100 processors interconnected
Centopeia (centipede)
5
Publications in international journals
  • Physical Review C
  • Physical Review D
  • Physical Review Letters
  • Physics Letters B
  • Nuclear Physics A
  • Nuclear Physics B
  • European Physics Journal
  • Europhysics Letters
  • Journal of Physics G Particle and Nuclear Physics

6
Some keywords (not exhaustive)
  • Relativistic Nuclear Physics
  • Nuclear Physics at Intermediate energies
  • Effective models of QCD
  • Chiral symmetry
  • Phenomenology of the nucleon and isobars
  • Meson spectroscopy
  • Astrophysics

7
The Ds (2117) meson in a unitarized quark model
Eef van Beveren
 
8
Chiral gauge theories and heavy-ions
Brigitte Hiller and Alex Blin
  • Dynamics of chiral gauge theories in a
    generalized Schwinger-DeWitt approach
    generalization to arbitrary non-degenerate mass
    matrices.
  • Calculation of the low lying spectrum of
    pseudoscalars
  • Calculation of the low lying spectrum of scalars
  • Calculation of pion-kaon scattering lengths
  • Description of resonance production in
    ultra-relativistic heavy-ion reactions.
  • Invariant mass spectra of various channels
  • Ratios of resonances
  • Abundances and transverse momentum spectra
  • Correlations in the invariant mass of decay
    products.

9
(3-flavour) Nambu-Jona Lasínio model
Maria da Conceição Ruivo
Phase transitions, restoration of symmetries and
meson properties at finite temperature and
density - Phase transitions in hot and dense
matter - Pseudoscalar meson properties (masses
and quark meson coupling constants) - Two
photon decays of the neutral mesons ?0 and ? in
vacuum and in medium - Effective restoration of
chiral and UA(1) symmetry at finite temperature
and density
10
EoS and relativistic nuclear matter
Constança Providência
EOS for stellar matter - hadronic matter
non-linear Walecka model (NLWM) with hyperons,
quark meson coupling model (QMC) with hyperons
and kaon condensate, NLWM with ? meson - quark
matter su(3) NJL model and MIT Bag model in the
normal phase and CFL phase - mixed phase
global charge conservation EOS in hadronic
matter, with chiral symmetry. Collective modes in
relativistic matter for asymmetric matter -
relativistic Vlasov equation Asymmetric matter
liquid-gas phase transition in relativistic
models - relativistic mean field - NLWM, NLWM
with density dependent coupling constants, NLWM
with ? meson, QMC -spinodal, direction of
instability, effect of Coulomb interaction Correla
tions in relativistic models EOS for nuclear
matter Hartree-Fock with correlations (unitary
operator) Algebraic models
11
Pseudospin symmetry in nuclei
Pedro Alberto, MF
  • Pseudospin symmetry as a dynamical symmetry in
    nuclei
  • Dependence with potential parameters (radius,
    thickness,depth)
  • Coulomb effects

12
Nucleon properties and NN transitions
MF et al.
  • The nucleon as a chiral soliton
  • Linear sigma model
  • Chromodielectric model
  • Chiral-quark-soliton model
  • (NJL inspired)
  • Bag models (CBM, etc.)

13
Astroparticle physics
MF et al.
- Application of quark models to the EOS quark
matter and study of compact objects (hybrid
stars, quark stars)
14
Programmed activities
  • Axial form factors of N-?
  • Electromagnetic NN transitions
  • Structure functions
  • Quark distributions
  • Medium effects in the nucleon
  • Studies of pseudo-spin symmetries in nuclei
  • Etc.

15
Collaborations abroad
  • Bochum (Germany)
  • Ljubljana (Slovenia)
  • Rio de Janeiro, S. Paulo, Florianópolis, Belo
    Horizonte (Brazil)
  • Cracow (Poland)
  • JINR, Dubna (Russia)

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