Project leader: Biró Tamás Sándor ( email@example.com )
Workplace: MTA KFKI Research Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics, Theory Division
Many researcher from our institute take part in the investigations at CERN aiming to observe quark matter. Purpose of the thesis project is to describe theoretically the process of transformation from quark to hadron matter using both analytic and numerical computations. Mainstream of this research is the study of the speed and result of this transition on the basis of microscopic models.
Partially connected to the above outlined investigations we
study the chaotic dynamics of classical nonabelian gauge
theories by methods of lattice theory. Statistical properties
of chaotic characteristics, as the Lyapunov spectrum, among
uniformly random and quantum biased field configurations
are subject to recent research with the aim of understanding
color confinement as well as the mutual connections between
quantum and classical field theory. This project is part
of collaborations with TU - Vienna and Duke University NC, USA.