15-19 June 2015
Asia/Novosibirsk timezone
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Date: 19 Jun 11:20 - 14:50

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    • Prof. Serbo, Valeriy (Novosibirsk State University)
    • Dr. Eidelman, Simon

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The large photon flux of heavy-ion beams at high energy results in electromagnetic processes with large cross sections. Processes which change the magnetic rigidity of the primary beam produce secondary beams. The knowledge of the cross section of these reaction channels is of great interest since they contribute to the finite lifetime of the heavy-ion beam. Electromagnetic excitation of ... More
Presented by Dr. Rainer SCHICKER on 19/6/2015 at 7:30
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QED processes in the field of a heavy atom are important in different area such as atomic physics, high energy physics, astrophysics and others. These processes are describe interaction of charged particles and photons with matter. Bremsstrahlung and particle-antiparticle photoproduction in the electric field of a heavy nucleus or atom play a dominant role when considering electromagnetic showe ... More
Presented by Mr. Peter KRACHKOV on 19/6/2015 at 8:30
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The contradiction currently exists in the results of proton electromagnetic form factors measurements. More accurate calculation of radiative corrections to electron-proton elastic scattering cross section is one of the possible solutions of this problem. Here we consider a potential contribution of Delta(1232) resonance to real radiative corrections. The effect is found to be small for past exper ... More
Presented by Mr. Roman GERASIMOV on 19/6/2015 at 5:40
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V.G. Serbo (Novosibirsk State University) "Effects of strong electromagnetic field in ultra-relativistic heavy-ion collisions" Abstract: In collisions of relativistic nuclei of gold (the RHIC collider) or lead (the LHC collider) electric and magnetic fields may exceed by several orders of magnitude the critical Schwinger field, but these fields act during a very short time. In such c ... More
Presented by Prof. Valeriy SERBO on 19/6/2015 at 7:50
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Precision tests of QED are limited by our knowledge of the hadronic effects. In particular, predictions for the Lamb shift are suffered from a bad knowledge of the nuclear structure. One can reverse the problem and to determine nuclear parameters from spectroscopy. Studying the Lamb shift in ordinary and muonic hydrogen, values of the proton charge radius have been derived. The ordinary-H value an ... More
Presented by Dr. Savely KARSHENBOIM on 19/6/2015 at 5:20
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We review the quasiclassical approach to the description of high-energy QED processes in the field of heavy atom.
Presented by Dr. Roman LEE on 19/6/2015 at 8:10
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