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Institute for Nuclear Theory (U.S.)

Overview
Works: 110 works in 158 publications in 1 language and 6,621 library holdings
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings  Periodicals 
Roles: Researcher, Other, Organizer of meeting, isb
Classifications: QC793.3.B4, 539.73
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works about Institute for Nuclear Theory (U.S.)
 
Most widely held works by Institute for Nuclear Theory (U.S.)
Rare isotopes and fundamental symmetries : proceedings of the Fourth Argonne/INT/MSU/JINA FRIB Theory Workshop, Institute for Nuclear Theory, University of Washington, USA, 19-22 September 2007 by B. Alex Brown( )

7 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 1,506 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This book presents contributions from the Workshop on Rare Isotopes and Fundamental Symmetries, which was held on September 19-22, 2007, at the Institute for Nuclear Theory at the University of Washington. The book is the fourth in a series dedicated to exploring the science important to the proposed Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB). The topics covered by the contributions include Fermi beta decay, electron-neutrino correlations in nuclear beta decay: precision mass measurements, atomic parity violation, electric dipole moments, and hadronic parity violation and anapole moments. These topics highlight the recent work on the use of nuclei to understand the fundamental symmetries of nature. It presents current results as well as proposals for future experiments."--Jacket
Open issues in core collapse supernova theory by Anthony Mezzacappa( )

10 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 1,222 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Efforts to uncover the explosion mechanism of core collapse supernovae and to understand all of their associated phenomena have been ongoing for nearly four decades. Despite this, our theoretical understanding of these cosmic events remains limited; two- and three-dimensional modeling of these events is in its infancy. Most of the modeling efforts over the past four decades have, by necessity, been constrained to spherical symmetry, with the first two-dimensional, albeit simplified, models appearing only during the last decade. Simulations to understand the complex interplay between the turbul
The r-process : the astrophysical origin of the heavy elements and related rare isotope accelerator physics : proceedings of the First Argonne/MSU/JINA/INT RIA Workshop : National Institute for Nuclear Theory, University of Washington, USA, 8-10 January 2004 by Argonne/MSU/JINA/INT RIA Workshop( )

2 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 1,159 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The r-process is a major mechanism for producing elements heavier than Fe. In this book, a summary of recent developments in theoretical, experimental and observational studies of the r-process are presented in 25 contributions. The collected papers are up to date, comprehensive and yet concise. The topics covered include experiments on nuclei far from stability, nuclear theory input for the r-process, observational and theoretical studies on abundances of heavy nuclei, and astrophysical models of the r-process
Opportunities with exotic beams : proceedings of the Third ANL/MSU/JINA/INT RIA Workshop, Argonne National Laboratory, USA, 4-7 April 2006 by Argonne/MSU/JINA/INT RIA Workshop( )

5 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 987 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This volume explores, explains, and supports the case for an advanced exotic beam facility from a theoretical perspective. The US nuclear physics community and the US Department of Energy are committed to building such a facility. The topics covered constitute a survey of present activities in nuclear theory that will set the challenges for an advanced exotic-beam facility and provide the starting point for interpreting experiments that will be conducted there. The research programs described are all at the forefront of nuclear theory, and they include research on the detailed structures of th
Phenomenology of Large Nc QCD : Arizona State University, Tempe, USA, 9-11 January 2002 by Tempe, Ariz.) Institute for Nuclear Theory Workshop/Jefferson Lab (2002( )

6 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 977 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The generalization of QCD from three to NC colors, developed in 1974 by Nobel laureate Gerard 't Hooft, has proved to be an extraordinarily useful and robust theoretical extension for studying the behavior of strong interaction physics. This book is the proceedings of the first-ever meeting exclusively devoted to large NC QCD. The workshop brought together representatives of many subdisciplines for a "meeting of minds" on topics ranging from finite temperature and density to the lattice, perturbative QCD, instantons, mesons, baryons, and nuclear physics. Beginning with 't Hooft's keynote presentation, the contributions are designed to introduce uses of large NC methods in each specialty to a broader particle physics audience
Bulk nuclear properties : 5th ANL/MSU/JINA/INT FRIB Workshop, East Lansing, Michigan, 19-22-November 2008 by ANL/MSU/JINA/INT FRIB Workshop( )

3 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 96 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This workshop series was established to explore the theoretical motivations for the Facility of Rare Isotope Beams. This specific workshop focused on bulk nuclear quantities and included discussions of nuclear masses, ab-initio nuclear structure, nuclear energy functional, giant resonances, nuclear matter, nuclear equation of state, central collisions and neutron stars. Readership: Researchers in nuclear physics and nuclear astrophysics."--Publisher's website
N* physics : proceedings of the Fourth CEBAF/INT Workshop : Institute for Nuclear Theory, University of Washington, USA, 9-13 September 1996 by CEBAF/INT Workshop( Book )

3 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 79 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"It has been well recognized that the study of the excitations of the nucleon can shed light on the nonperturbative aspects of QCD. New opportunities for such study will be opened in the next few years with the commissioning of experiments in Hall B of the Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility (CEBAF) at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (JLab). Photo- and electroproduction studies of single and double pions, rhos, omegas, and kaons will be conducted with unprecedented precision. The Hall B CLAS detector is a major step forward, promising to provide kinematically complete measurements of cross sections and spin observables. The task of extracting new insights from such detailed measurements will require close coordination between experimental and theoretical physicists. To help optimize this interface between theory and experiment, a joint CEBAF/INT workshop was held at the Institute of Nuclear Theory in Seattle, September 9-13, 1996. The foci of the 1996 workshop included: N to N transition form factors as predicted by QCD-inspired models and their experimental consequences; theoretical techniques employing QCD sum rules, perturbative QCD, and lattice QCD; reaction theories of photo- and electro-production of mesons; theoretical issues in the eta meson, vector meson, and two-pion production channels; progress in developing amplitude analyses for the available and expected data; the relationship between the Hall B program and those of other new experimental facilities. This proceeding will serve readers as both a current perspective on the field and a guide to future experimental and theoretical research directions."--
Phenomenology and lattice QCD : proceedings of the 1993 Uehling Summer School : University of Washington, 21 June-2 July 1993 by Workshop on Phenomenology and Lattive QCD( Book )

2 editions published in 1995 in English and held by 74 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Reaction mechanisms for rare isotope beams : 2nd Argonne/MSU/JINA/INT RIA Workshop, East Lansing, Michigan, 9-12 March 2005 by B. A Brown( )

4 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 54 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Exclusive and semi-exclusive processes at high momentum transfer : Newport News, VA, USA, May 19-22, 1999 by A. V Radyushkin( Book )

4 editions published in 2000 in English and held by 50 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Soft Perturbative QCD -- Exclusive Reactions in Few Body Systems --Coherent Nuclear Diffractive Production of Mini-jets -- Signature of Color Transparency -- Spin Dependence of Diffractive Vector Meson Production -- Flavor Decomposition of the Nucleon -- Semi-inclusive Electron Scattering off the Deuteron and the Neutron Structure Functions -- Perturbative Color Transparency in Electron Beam Experiments via Impact-parameter Factorization -- Asymptotic Gluon Shadowing -- Nonperturbative Effects in the Proton Sea -- Leading Baryon Production at HERA -- Topical Results on Vector-meson Production from the HERA Collider Experiments -- Parton-hadron Duality and Nucleon Valence Structure -- Spin Measurements in High-t Exclusive Photoreactions -- Measurement of the Spin Asymmetry in the Photoproduction of pairs of High-PrHadrons at HERMES -- Extraction of Polarized Parton Distributions at HERMES -- Hard Exclusive and Diffractive Processes in QCD -- Quark Orbital Angular Momentum and off-forward Parton Distribution -- Factorization for Hard Exclusive Electroproduction
Proceedings from the Institute for Nuclear Theory by Institute for Nuclear Theory (U.S.)( )

in English and held by 19 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Soft modes associated with chiral transition in hot QCD( )

2 editions published in 1991 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Fluctuations of the chiral order parameter in a hot and/or dense QCD plasma is discussed. If the transition is of second order or weak first order, the fluctuation gets large strength with small width and behaves as a bosonic quasi-particle in the plasma. This was first pointed out by Kunihiro and the present author on 1985 and was called ''soft mode''. General properties of the soft mode and its relation to the recent measurement of the hadronic screening length on the lattice are discussed in this report
Nucleon resonances and nucleon structure by National Institute for Nuclear Theory Summer School( Book )

3 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Recent experimental investigations of deep inelastic scattering, baryon form factors and high momentum transfer nuclear reactions have revealed many unexpected phenomena that suggest deep relationships between nucleon structure, hadronic spectroscopy and quantum chromodynamics. The proceedings of this summer school will help young researchers understand these topics and appreciate the importance of existing and expected data. This volume is the first of a series on the summer schools and workshops at the Institute for Nuclear Theory, which was opened at the University of Washington following the recommendation of the Nuclear Science Advisory Committee. The formation of this national institute was a response by the nuclear physics comunity to the shortage of nuclear theorists vis-a-vis experimentalists."--Publisher's website
Structure and dynamical nature of hot and dense QCD matter( )

2 editions published in 1991 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Static and dynamical properties of QCD at finite temperature and density are reviewed. Non-perturbative aspects of the QCD plasma and the modification of the hadron properties associated with the chiral transition are discussed on the basis of lattice data, effective theories and QCD sum rules. Special emphasis is laid on the importance of the finite baryon density to see the effects of the restoration of chiral symmetry in experiment
Theoretical overview : Hot and dense QCD in equilibrium( )

2 editions published in 1991 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Static and dynamical properties of QCD at finite temperature and density are reviewed. Non-perturbative aspects of the QCD plasma and modification of the hadron properties associated with the chiral transition are discussed on the basis of lattice data, effective theories and QCD sum rules. Special emphasis is laid on the importance of the finite baryon density to see the effects of the restoration of chiral symmetry in experiment
Neutron stars and nuclei in the modified relativistic Hartree approximation( )

2 editions published in 1993 in English and held by 9 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The properties of neutron-rich matter and finite nuclei are in the modified relativistic Hartree approximation for several values of the renormalization scale, [mu], around the standard choice of [mu] equal to the nucleon mass, M. Observed neutron star masses do not effectively constrain the valve of [mu]. However, for finite nuclei the value [mu]/M=0.79, suggested by nuclear matter data, provides a good account of the bulk properties with a sigma mass of about 600 MeV. This value of [mu]/M renders the effective three- and four-body scalar self-couplings to be zero at 60% of equilibrium nuclear matter density, rather than in the vacuum. The matter part of the exchange diagram has little impact on the bulk properties of neutron stars
Nucleon-antinucleon annihilation in chiral soliton model( )

1 edition published in 1991 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

We investigate annihilation process of nucleons in the chiral soliton model by the path integral method. A soliton-antisoliton pair is shown to decay into mesons at range of about 1fm, defined by the S{bar S} potential. Contribution of the annihilation channel to the elastic scattering is discussed
Anisotropy of dilepton emission from nuclear collisions( )

1 edition published in 1994 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Attention is paid to studying the angular characteristics of ee⁻ pairs created in collisions with nuclear targets at intermediate and relativistic energies. Arising due to general spin and angular momentum constraints, the dilepton anisotropy seems to be quite sensitive to the contribution of different sources and may be used for disentangling these sources (or models) as well as an additional signature of a possible chiral symmetry restoration and phase transition of hadrons into the quark-gluon plasma. An anisotropy estimate for some dilepton sources is given and its relevance to the problems mentioned is discussed
Segregation of quarks within the neutron( )

1 edition published in 1991 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Measurements of the nucleon form factor and structure function seem to indicate an inhomogeneous distribution of flavor, charge and spin within the nucleon. It is argued that the ordinary three-quark model with a spin-spin force of the type suggested by QCD can explain the inhomogeneity as seen at different resolutions. This agreement suggests a specific bound quark picture of the nucleon structure with a positive core of u and d quarks in a spin-O state of ms radius 0.17 {plus minus} 0.01 fm² and an outer layer of a linear size (approximately) 1 fm where the polarized u (in the proton) or d (in the neutron) is orbiting. 21 refs., 3 figs
The classical EMC effect from few-body systems to nuclear matter : Can binding effects explain it?( )

1 edition published in 1991 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

It is shown that if the effects of nucleon binding on deep inelastic scattering are considered within many-body realistic descriptions of nuclei which include nucleon-nucleon correlations, the EMC effect in light and medium weight nuclei and nuclear matter can be accounted for in the region 0.2 (less-than or equal to) x (less-than or equal to) 0.5, but a systematic discrepancy between theory and experiment remains to be explained for 0.5 (less-than or equal to) x (less-than or equal to) 0.9
 
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The r-process : the astrophysical origin of the heavy elements and related rare isotope accelerator physics : proceedings of the First Argonne/MSU/JINA/INT RIA Workshop : National Institute for Nuclear Theory, University of Washington, USA, 8-10 January 2004
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Open issues in core collapse supernova theoryThe r-process : the astrophysical origin of the heavy elements and related rare isotope accelerator physics : proceedings of the First Argonne/MSU/JINA/INT RIA Workshop : National Institute for Nuclear Theory, University of Washington, USA, 8-10 January 2004Opportunities with exotic beams : proceedings of the Third ANL/MSU/JINA/INT RIA Workshop, Argonne National Laboratory, USA, 4-7 April 2006Phenomenology of Large Nc QCD : Arizona State University, Tempe, USA, 9-11 January 2002Bulk nuclear properties : 5th ANL/MSU/JINA/INT FRIB Workshop, East Lansing, Michigan, 19-22-November 2008Phenomenology and lattice QCD : proceedings of the 1993 Uehling Summer School : University of Washington, 21 June-2 July 1993Exclusive and semi-exclusive processes at high momentum transfer : Newport News, VA, USA, May 19-22, 1999
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Institute for Nuclear Theory

Institute for Nuclear Theory (U.S.)

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National Institute for Nuclear Theory

National Institute for Nuclear Theory (États-Unis)

National Institute for Nuclear Theory Seattle, Wash

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University of Washington National Institute for Nuclear Theory

University of Washington Seattle, Wash Institute for Nuclear Theory

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