Theoretical Research in Nuclear Physics
The theoretical nuclear physics research group aims to understand the structure and interactions of photons, hadrons, and nuclei at low and intermediate energy scales. It employs a variety of theoretical tools, such as lattice QCD and QCD sum rules, coupled-channels analysis, relativistic reaction theories, and effective field theories. Some of its projects include:
- Nuclear and Particle Physics from Quantum Chromodynamics (Prof. Lee, Prof. Alexandru)
- Effective Field Theory of Nuclear Physics (Prof. Griesshammer)
- Nucleon Resonance Physics (Prof. Haberzettl)
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