Graduate School in Physics and Astrophysics
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ANNUAL REPORT
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name: Mario
email:mmotta@to.infn.it
ciclo:XXXIII
year completed (1):
supervisor: Prof.ssa W.M.Alberico
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GRADUATE SCHOOL COURSES
(only completed courses, with examination passed in the year)
code: T 02
title: Introduction to lattice field theory
teacher: Prof. M.Panero
hours: 20
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SUMMER SCHOOLS, INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS
(only those attended in the current year)
title: QCD under extreme condition
place: ECT* in Trento
webpage: http://www.ectstar.eu/node/4307
days: 26 (4 weeks)
talk or poster (Y/N): Y
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CONFERENCES, WORKSHOP
(only those attended in the current year)
title: Quark Matter 2018
place: Venice
webpage:https://qm2018.infn.it/
days:8 (7+Student day)
talk (Y/N): N
poster (Y/N): N
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Research activity/Publications in the current year
In this year I focused on Fluctuations of Conserved Charge in
Nambu-Jona-Lasimio with Polyakov loop correction model (PNJL) in 3
flavours case. I did this in order to diagnosticate the deconfinement and
chiral transition in Quark Gluon Plasma and find the position of Critical
End Point of first order transition line. I solved the Mean field equation
for order parameters (chiral condensate and Polyakov Fields). I find the
analytic proprieties of order parameters at null and finite chemical
potential. I calculate fluctuations, kurtosis and skewness of the
net-baryon number in the isospin symmetric case. I examined the role of
momenta cut off on the solution of mean field equation.
Moreover, I focused on Meson spectral function in 3 flavours case for go
beyond mean field approximation.
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but are requested to trace the PhD students' career