Larissa Bravina

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Visiting address Fysisk institutt 0371 OSLO Sem Sælands vei 24
Postal address Department of Physics N-0316 Oslo University of Oslo POB 1048 Blindern Norway

Academic Interests

Theory of Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions, High Energy Particle PhysicsComputational Physics.

 

Computational physics is applied for simulation of relativistic particle-particle and nucleus-nucleus collisions. Both perturbative and non-perturbative methods of Quantum Chromodynamics are used. Monte Carlo simulations of pp- and Pb+Pb- collisions at LHC energies are being made. The main topics of investigation are - signatures of deconfined (Quark Gluon Plasma) - confined matter (Hadronic resonance gas) phase transition and - influence of chiral symmetry restoration on mass of the resonances - general characteristics of particle production like multiplicity, energy-momenta, KNO-scaling, - anisotropic flow (directed and elliptic) of the particles produced in pp and in AA collisions, - femtoscopic correlations and the particle emission zone - freeze-out of the particles - soft and hard particle production - jet production and jet modification (jet-quenching) - photon physics - resonance decays - heavy quark particle production

Teaching 

Higher education and employment history

1982 - Master in Physics, Department of Physics, Moscow State University, Russia

1982 - Researcher at Institute for Nucler Physics, Moscow State University, Russia

1991 - PhD in Physics and Mathematics from Moscow State University, Russia

1992 - Post Doc in theoretical relativistic heavy ion collisions, University of Bergen

1997 - Alexandr von Humboldt Fellow, University of Frankfurt, Germany

1999 - University of Tuebingen, Germany

2003 - Professor of Physics, University of Oslo, Norway

Cooperation

Prof. L.P. Csernai, University of Bergen

Prof. D. Strottman, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Prof. J. Bondorf and Prof. I. Mishustin, Niels Bohr Institute

Prof. W. Greiner, University of Frankfurt

Prof. A. Faessler, University of Tuebingen

Prof. A.B. Kaidalov, K.Boreskov, O.V. Kancheli, ITEP, Moscow

Prof. H. Stoecker, GSI, Germany

Prof. L. Frankfurt (Tel Aviv Uni) and Prof. M.Strikman (Penn State University)

Prof. I. Lokhtin, Prof. A. Snigirev, Prof. L. Sarycheva (Moscow State University) 

 

Published Nov. 4, 2010 12:11 PM - Last modified Feb. 7, 2011 12:50 PM

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