High energy Nuclear physics

Session Track 20:- High energy Nuclear physics

Investigations on the behaviour of nuclear matter in various energy regimes are done in high energy atomic physics. The study of heavy ion collisions, as opposed to other particle accelerators' lower atom mass, is the principal emphasis of this area. There are a lot of such types of collisions that are specifically predicted to supply the quark-gluon plasma at sufficiently high collision energies. Traditional atomic physics has focused exclusively on researching the nuclei that are carefully administered.

We shall produce nuclear matter states that are considerably different from the bottom state by using high energy beams of heavy nuclei ions. Protons and neutrons should melt into their individual quarks and gluons at sufficiently high concentrations and temperatures. When heavy nuclei collide at extremely high energies, quarks and gluons are liberated from their hadronic confines and produce a new state of matter known as quark-gluon plasma.

  • Science of high energy physics
  • Impacts of high energy physics
  • Funding oppurtunities
  • Energy Frontier
  • Intensity Frontier
  • Cosmic Frontier
  • Theoretical, Computational, and Interdisciplinary Physics
  • Advanced Technology R&D
  • Accelerator Stewardship


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