- Nuclear & Particle Physics
- Isotope Research & Production
- RIKEN BNL Research Center
Distinguished Scientist, Nuclear Theory, Physics Department
Brookhaven National Laboratory
P.O. Box 5000
Upton, NY 11973-5000
My research interests include all aspects of the modern theory of strong interactions - Quantum Chromo-Dynamics (QCD), and its applications to the description of experimentally accessible phenomena.
I am particularly interested in high energy nuclear physics, especially the theory of relativistic heavy ion collisions. One of the projects that I am working on at present is the "Chiral Magnetic Effect" (CME recent overview and references). CME is the phenomenon of electric charge separation induced by topological configurations of gluon fields in the presence of magnetic field; both are present in heavy ion collisions.
- Distinguished Professor of Physics (Stony Brook University)
- Kharzeev DE, Son DT (2011) Testing the Chiral Magnetic and Chiral Vortical Effects in Heavy Ion Collisions. Physical Review Letters. doi: 10.1103/physrevlett.106.062301
- Kang Z-B, Kharzeev DE (2011) Quark Fragmentation in theθVacuum. Physical Review Letters. doi: 10.1103/physrevlett.106.042001
- Kharzeev DE (2010) Topologically induced local violation in QCD×QED. Annals of Physics 325:205–218. doi: 10.1016/j.aop.2009.11.002
- Basar G, Dunne GV, Kharzeev DE (2010) Chiral Magnetic Spirals. Physical Review Letters. doi: 10.1103/physrevlett.104.232301
- Buividovich PV, Chernodub MN, Kharzeev DE, Kalaydzhyan T, Luschevskaya EV, Polikarpov MI (2010) Magnetic-Field-Induced Insulator-Conductor Transition inSU(2)Quenched Lattice Gauge Theory. Physical Review Letters. doi: 10.1103/physrevlett.105.132001
- Fukushima K, Kharzeev DE, Warringa HJ (2010) Electric-current susceptibility and the Chiral Magnetic Effect. Nuclear Physics A 836:311–336. doi: 10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2010.02.003
- 116 papers published in refereed international scientific journals; over 180 papers overall; about 7,000 citations (H-index = 45) according to the SLAC SPIRES database.
- US patent 60/892,595 on graphene-magnet multilayers (GMM technology) that may be used as a base for nano-scale spintronic devices; together with A.Tsvelik and I.Zaliznyak.