Nuclear Theory Seminars at Texas A&M: Fall 2006

Location: Cyclotron Building (434), Seminar Room

Friday, September 1, 2:00pm
no seminar

Friday, September 8, 2:00pm
no seminar

Friday, September 15, 2:00pm
no seminar

Friday, September 22, 2:00pm
no seminar

Friday, September 29, 2:00pm
no seminar

Tuesday, October 03, 5:00pm
Dr. Wei Liu, Texas A&M University
Jet Conversions in a Quark-Gluon Plasma

Friday, October 06, 2:00pm
no seminar

Friday, October 13, 2:00pm
no seminar

Thursday, October 19, 11:00am
Prof. S. Oryu, University of Science Tokyo, Japan
Few-body Coulomb scattering in momentum space

Friday, October 20, 2:00pm
no seminar

Monday, October 23, 5:00pm

Dr. Daniel Cabrera, Texas A&M University
T-Matrix Approach to Quarkonium Correlation Functions in the QGP

Dr. Hendrik van Hees, Texas A&M University
(1) Heavy-Quark Energy Loss in the QGP and non-photonic Single-Electron Observables
(2) In-medium Modifications of Hadrons and the NA60 dimuon measurements
Talks, prepared to be given at the 2006 DNP Meeting and the preceding workshop on "Properties and signatures of the sQGP".

Tuesday, October 24, 4:00pm
Dr. Anatoly Svidzinsky, Texas A&M University
(Joint Nuclear Theory and Astrophysics Colloquium)
Gravity, supermassive "black holes" at galactic centers and the dark matter problem
Location: ENPH 202

Friday, October 27, 2:00pm
no seminar

Friday, November 03, 2:00pm
no seminar

Friday, November 10, 2:00pm

Dr. Ben-Wei Zhang
Quark-quark double scattering in nuclei with twist-expansion approach

Dr. Wei Liu
Heavy-quark energy loss due to three-body scattering in a quark-gluon plasma

Dr. Hendrik van Hees
Theoretical interpretation of recent SPS dilepton data

Dr. Ralf Rapp
Properties of vector mesons in matter

Friday, November 17, 2:00pm
no Seminar

Friday, November 24, 2:00pm
no seminar (Thanksgiving holiday)

Friday, December 01, 2:00pm
Dr. Lorenzo Ravagli, Texas A&M University
Phase of the fermion determinant at finite μ

Friday, December 08, 2:00pm
no seminar

Friday, December 15, 2:00pm
no seminar

Previous seminars

Spring 2006
Fall 2005
Spring 2005
Fall 2004
Spring 2004
Fall 2003

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