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# 第十七届全国中高能核物理大会

5-9 May 2017

Asia/Shanghai timezone
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Recently, the observation of the X(5568) by the D0 Collaboration has attracted a lot of interest both theoretically and experimentally. In a previous study(arXiv:1309.4743[hep-ph]), based on a fit to the lattice QCD scattering lengths of $DK$ and its coupled channels, unitary chiral perturbation theory (UChPT) can dynamically generate the $D_{s0}(2317)$. Inspired by that work and the recent work ... More
Presented by Junxu LU
Presented by Dr. Sergi GONZÀLEZ-SOLÍS
Presented by Mr. Gang YANG
Presented by Mr. Shaowei LAN
The semileptonic weak decay process of the $\Lambda_c$ baryon to the neutron $\Lambda_c\rightarrow ne^+\nu_e$ is examined. The transition form factors are investigated with light-cone QCD sum rules. The differential decay rate is obtained in the dynamical area by fitting the sum rules-allowed results with the dipole formula. The decay width and the branching ratio are estimated to be $\Gamma(\Lamb ... More Presented by Dr. xinyang WANG Presented by siqi XU Presented by Dr. Lei LI Presented by Mr. Gong-Ming YU Presented by Wenbin ZHAO Presented by Dr. Xu CAO Presented by Dr. Jacopo FERRETTI Presented by Dr. Jixing LI Gaussian expansion method (GEM) is a powerful method with high precision for few-body problems. The baryon and dibaryon are investigated in the framework of constituent quark model by using GEM. Presented by Ms. Hui LI Presented by Mr. Wei SUN Presented by Mr. Wenkai FAN A previously known class of analytic, exact solutions of prefect relativistic hydrodynamics is utilized to fit the new results on the pseudorapidity distributions with an acceleration parameter$\lambda$. Those results include a broad centrality range for Cu+Cu, Au+Au, Pb+Pb at RHIC and LHC. Based on hydrodynamic description of the pseudo-rapidity distribution with acceleration effects taken into ... More Presented by 泽方 江 Presented by Mr. Xiaoliang XIA Presented by Mr. Bingxin ZHANG Presented by Ms. Ziyue WANG Presented by Mr. Hong MAO Presented by Dr. Gaoqing CAO Presented by Shu LIN Presented by Dr. Bing-feng JIANG Presented by En WANG We analytically solve the full next-to-leading logarithmic Balitsky-Kovchegov equation in the saturation regime, which includes corrections from quark and gluon loops, and large double transverse logarithms. The analytic result for the S-matrix in the saturation regime shows that the linear rapidity decrease with rapidity of the exponent in running coupling case is replaced by rapidity raised ... More Presented by Prof. Wenchang XIANG Presented by Prof. Yi WANG Presented by Prof. Bo-Qiang MA Presented by 端 佘 Presented by Mr. Lingxiao WANG With the dielectric function obtained from AdS/CFT correspondence, we investigate the strong-coupling wake potentials induced by the fast-moving charged particles with velocities v=0.55c and v=0.99c, respectively, and compare them with those in the weak-coupling case. We find that for v= 0.99c, the remarkable oscillation akin to Cherenkov-like radiation and the Mach cone in the weak-couplin ... More Presented by Dr. Liu HUI Presented by Dr. Dian-Yong CHEN In the dynamical evolutions of heavy ion collisions, heavy quark dipoles such as$c\bar c$(or$b\bar b\$) are produced from parton hard scatterings, and need a formation time to evolve into a certain bound states. Different from proton-proton collisions, the hot medium (called QGP) will affect the internal evolutions of heavy quark dipole due to color screening and parton inelastic collisions. Thi ... More
Presented by Dr. Baoyi CHEN

Presented by Prof. Xurong CHEN
Presented by Dr. Ju-Jun XIE