Nuclear Physics Seminars


Nuclear Physics Seminars held Wednesdays at 3:30 p.m. (as of SP19), in 4138 Physics Research Building, unless otherwise noted.

Spring 2021 | Autumn 2020 | Spring 2020 | Autumn 2019 | Summer 2019 | Spring 2019   

Seminar Archive 



  Wednesday, March 31

  Gravitational Laboratories for Nuclear Physics
Reed Essick, Perimeter Institute, Canada

  Wednesday, February 24

  An Overview of Resurgence Theory and of Its Applications in Physics
  Ovidiu Costin, Department of Mathematics, The Ohio State University

  Wednesday, February 17

  What Are Cores of Neutron Stars Made Out Of?
  Aleksi Kurkela, Stavanger University

  Wednesday, March 10

  Subatomic Smoke Rings: Polarization and Toroidal Vorticity in the QGP
  Michael Lisa, Department of Physics, The Ohio State University



  Wednesday, September 9

  Hydrodynamic Generator in the Relaxation Time Approximation
Michael McNelis, The Ohio State University 

  Wednesday, September 23 @ 4:15pm

  Towards a Unification of Gluon Distributions at Small and Moderate X
Yacine Mehtar-Tani, Brookhaven National Laboratory

  Wednesday, September 30 @ 4:15pm

  Dynamics Near the Chiral Critical Point
  Derek Teaney, Stony Brook University

  Wednesday, October 14 @ 4:15pm

  Probing the initial State of Heavy-ion Collisions with pT-dependent Flow Fluctuations
  Matthew Luzum, University of São Paulo, Brazil
  Wednesday, October 21 @ 4:15pm

  Relativistic Navier-Stokes Equations
Pavel Kovtun, University of Victoria

  Wednesday, October 28 @ 4:15pm

  The Ideal Fluid Limit With Polarization
Giorgio Torrieri, Campinas State University, Sao Paulo, Brazil

  Wednesday, November 18 @ 4:15pm

  Search for the QCD Critical Point Both In and Out of Equilibrium 
Jacquelyn Noronha-Hostler, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne

  Wednesday, November 25 @ 4:15pm

  Three-body Dynamics for Lattice QCD and Experiment 
Michael Döring, George Washington University

  Wednesday, December 16 @ 4:15pm
  Quark and Gluon quasi-PDFs at low-x
  Giovanni A. Chirilli, Universität Regensburg

Spring 2020

  Wednesday, January 22 

  Galactic Forensics - Utilizing Stellar Debris to Investigate Explosive Nucleosynthesis
Wei Jia Ong, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)

  Monday, January 27 @ 3:30pm

  Search for the Chiral Magnetic Effect at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider
Prithwish Tribedy, Brookhaven National Lab (BNL)

  Wednesday, January 29 @ 3pm

  Intensity Interferometry and Collectivity in Small Systems
Christopher Plumberg, Lund University

  Wednesday, February 5 @ 2:30pm

  Probing Extreme Electromagnetic Fields with the Breit-Wheeler Process
  Daniel Brandenberg, STAR collaboration, BNL/CFNS

  Wednesday, February 12

  Uncovering the Origin of the Elements Through Total Absorption Spectroscopy
Stephanie Lyons, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

  Monday, February 17 @ 3:30pm in 4138 PRB

  Generalized Luscher Method: An Avenue for AB Initio Calculation of Low-energy Nuclear Scattering and Reactions
  Xilin Zhang, The Ohio State University

  Wednesday, February 26

  Mapping the Transverse Structure of Protons
Caroline Riedl, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Autumn 2019

         Wednesday, September 11 in M2035 PRB

         Exact Solutions and Attractors for Higher-Order Dissipative Hydrodynamics for Bjorken Flow
         Chandrodoy Chattopadhyay, The Ohio State University

         Wednesday, September 25 

         A Helicity Analogue of the JIMWLK Evolution
         Florian Cougoulic, The Ohio State University

         Wednesday, October 9 

         Nuclear Physics of Dark Matter Direct Detection
         Martin Hofericheter,  University of Washington

         Wednesday, October 23 in M2035 PRB

         Extracting Hadron's Partonic Structure from Lattice QCD Calculations
         Jianwei Qiu, Jefferson Lab

         Special mini lecture series - 10/28 -10/31 in 1080 PRB, 11/1 in 4138 PRB (see webpage for times)

         Relativistic Fluid Dynamics Out of Equilibrium
         Paul Romatschke, University of Colorado

         Wednesday, November 20

         Computation of Deeply Inelastic Scattering Structure Functions on a Hybrid Quantum Computer
         Andrey Tarasov, The Ohio State University



Summer 2019

         Tuesday, July 2 at 11:00am in M2035 PRB

         Resummation of Boson-Jet Correlation at Hadron Coliders
         Bin Wu, CERN


Spring 2019

Wednesday, January 30 @ 3:30pm in M2035

         Dynamical Modeling of Relativistic Heavy-ion Collision: Correlations from Flows and Beyond
         Chun Shen, Wayne State University  

Wednesday, February 6 @ 3:30pm in M2035

          Multi-dimensional Hadron Structure from Lattice QCD with Large-Momentum Effective Theory
          Yong Zhao, MIT

Wednesday, February 13 @ 3:30pm in M2035

         Birdtracking and a Mysterious Symmetry of the Soft Annomalous Deimension Matrix
         Florian Cougoulic, The Ohio State University

Wednesday, February 20 @ 3:00pm

          "Light-cone PDF's from Lattice QCD"
          Martha Constantinou, Temple University

Wednesday, March 6 @ 2:30pm

          "Quantum Computing and Subatomic Physics: State of the Art, Challenges and Prospects"
          Pavel Lougovski, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Wednesday, March 27 @ 3:00pm

          "Lattice Simulations of Nuclear Structure and Thermodynamics"
          Dean Lee,  Michigan State University

Wednesday, April 3 @ 3:30pm

         "Entrophy Production and Thermal Fluctuations in Relativistic Dissipative Hydrodynamics"
         Chandrodoy Chattopadhyay, The Ohio State University