Progress in transport models in heavy ion collisions

日期:2021-12-08 阅读:1204


Transport models are the main tools to extract physical information in heavy-ion collisions. The recent progresses in transport models in heavy ion collisions are reviewed in my talk. I will show the progress of inclusion of correlations and fluctuations beyond the conventional models.


Prof. Feng-Shou Zhang, Doctor of Science, Professor of Physics, Dean of the College of Nuclear Sciences and Technology of Beijing Normal University (BNU), Director of Beijing Radiation Center, Outstanding Young Investigator awarded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, One Hundred Talents Program awarded by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Distinguished Professor ‘Jingshi Scholar’ awarded by BNU. Board Chairman of the Beam Technology Branch of the Chinese Nuclear Society (CNS), Board Chairman of the Radiation Ecology Branch of the China Society of Radiation and Protection (CSRP), Vice Board Chairman of the Beijing Nuclear Society (BNS), Vice Secretary of the Teaching Supervisory Committee of the Nuclear Engineering of the Ministry of Education (MOE), Member of the Standing Committee of the Chinese Nuclear Physics Society.

Prof. Feng-Shou Zhang’ researches focus on heavy ion nuclear physics, interaction of heavy ions with materials, beam technology and applications in medicine, biology, and agriculture.


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