Hyper-radiosensitivity phenomenon and significance of human individual radiosensitivity in modeling of Low Dose Radiation Biological Effects2018.01.18 14:26 - Anna Rędaszek
Search for directional correlations of HE muon neutrinos in IceCube and Radio Sources in NVSS2018.01.12 14:06 - Anna Rędaszek
Gravitational wave signals from highly magnetic accreting millisecond neutron stars2018.01.08 7:44 - Anna Rędaszek
The Standard Model Extension, Gravitational tests and Cosmology2017.12.15 9:51 - Anna Rędaszek
Application of the ultrahigh dose thermoluminescence dosimetry for radiation-hardness testing2017.12.07 9:01 - Anna Rędaszek
Characteristics of the J-PET detector simulated using GATE software2017.11.27 7:40 - Anna Rędaszek
Novel PET system based on plastic scintillators is developed by the J-PET collaboration. In order to determine performance characteristics of built scanner prototype, advanced computer simulations must be performed. These characteristics are spatial resolution, scatter fraction and sensitivity. Results of simulations of these characteristics will be presented during the lecture.
Event Shape Engineering Technique in ultra-relativistic nuclear collisions2017.11.14 10:37 - Anna Rędaszek
Hydrodynamization of kinetic theory2017.11.03 8:04 - Anna Rędaszek
In ultrarelativistic heavy-ion collisions, hydrodynamics has been successfully applied to describe the evolution of the quark-gluon plasma. The applicability of hydrodynamics implies a significant reduction in the number of degrees of freedom. We study this reduction for a simple kinetic theory undergoing Bjorken flow.
Chiral magnetic effect in nucleus-nucleus collisions at LHC energies2017.10.19 10:24 - Anna Rędaszek
The chiral magnetic effect (charge separation in strong magnetic field) is of great importance for QCD studies as it is a direct consequence of parity violation. Main observables and collision parameters that are used in ultra relativistic heavy ion physics will be presented. The most recent results on the Chiral Magnetic Effect in nucleus-nucleus collisions will be reviewed.
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