学术报告:Light nuclei production in relativistic heavy ion collisions

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报告题目:Light nuclei production in relativistic heavy ion collisions
报 告 人:Che Ming Ko(Texas A&M University, USA)
报告时间:2018年6月5日(星期二)上午9:00-10:30
报告地点:嘉定园区学术会议中心307室
报告简介:
Light nuclei production in relativistic heavy ion collisions was a topic of great interest in earlier experiments at Bevalac. It not only revived the coalescence model, which was introduced in 1963 to understand deuteron production from nuclear targets exposed to high-energy protons from the AGS, but also led to the birth of the thermal model. Recent experiments at SPS, RHIC and LHC on light nuclei production have renewed this interest. Both thermal and coalescence models have again been used in understanding the experimental observations. This talk will review results from these studies on the yield and elliptic flow of various light nuclei, the production of weakly bound hypertriton, and the use of light nuclei as a probe of the QCD phase diagram. Also discussed is the relations among the thermal, coalescence, and kinetic models for deuteron production in heavy ion collisions.
报告人简介:
EDUCATION: 

B.Sc., Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan, 1965
M.Sc., McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, 1968 Ph.D., State University of New York, Stony Brook, New York, 1973
POSITIONS HELD:
1973-1974 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, McMaster University 1974-1977 Visiting Scientist, Max-Planck-Institute for Nuclear Physics 1977-1978 Research Associate, Michigan State University
1978-1980 Research Associate, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory 1980-1984 Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University
1984-1985 Visiting Scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Visiting Associate Professor, University of Tennessee 1984-1988 Associate Professor, Texas A&M University
1988-present Professor, Texas A&M University
1996 Fall Visiting Professor, State University of New York at Stony Brook
HONORS AND AWARDS:
1994 Fellow, American Physical Society
2004 Association of Texas A&M Former Students Distinguished Research Award 2010 Outstanding Referee, American Physical Society
2012 Excellence in Reviewing, Physics Letters B, Elsevier
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:
1998-2000 Member, Editorial board, Physical Review C, American Institute of Physics 2009-present Associate Editor, Chinese Journal of Physics
RESEARCH INTERESTS: Theoretical nuclear and hadronic physics RESEARCH GRANTS: $4,669,356 since 1981 from National Science Foundation,
Department of Energy, Welch Foundation, and Texas Advanced Research Program 

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