Friday, August 12, 2011, 1:30 pm — Small Seminar Room, Bldg. 510
"I will discuss some recent results on light meson gases, which may be of relevance for Heavy Ion and Nuclear Matter physics. These include thermal resonances and their relation to chiral symmetry restoration, chemical nonequilibrium effects, transport coefficients and isospin breaking.
The basic framework is Chiral Perturbation Theory, which ensures the model independency of the low-energy and low-temperature regimes, combined with unitarity when an accurate analytical description of scattering is needed, as for the thermal width and transport coefficients. "
Hosted by: G. Beuf
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