Matter under extreme conditions and Heavy Ion Colliders
According to Quantum Chromodynamics, which is the well established theory of strong interactions, quark and gluons are forced to live inside hadrons because of the property of confinement. However, under extreme conditions of temperature and pressure, a new phase called quark-gluon plasma is possible, where quarks and gluons became basically free. In the last years it has been possible to study this phase experimentally by using new facilities called Heavy Ion Colliders like the RHIC (Brookhaven) or the LHC (CERN).
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Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
About the speaker
Antonio Dobado González is Professor of Theoretical Physics and elected board member of the Department of Physics at Universidad Complutense in Madrid, Spain.
His research centers on fundamental particle physics and he is well known for his work on Inverse amplitude method in chiral perturba- tion theory.