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Research of IAS-4/IKP-3

The research of IAS-4/IKP-3 concerns nuclear and hadron physics but also strongly interacting electronic systems.

Phase diagram of nuclear matter

Nuclear Lattice Effective Field Theory

Nuclear Lattice Effective Field Theory is a new tool for simulations of structure and dynamics of atomic nuclei.NLEFT

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Schematic drawing of a BSM particle in a nucleon

Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics

Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics (LQCD) is used as a numerical tool to calculate non-perturbative hadronic processes in particle and nuclear physics.  Our LQCD calculations utilize the large high-performance computing (HPC) resources within JSC/FZJ to compute beyond the standard model (BSM) processes and properties of exotic hadrons.LQCD

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Excitation spectrum of 6-Li and 7-Lambda Li

Strangeness & Hypernuclei

Baryon-baryon interaction are important for the understanding neutron stars and reveal the impact of strangeness in nuclear physics. Hypernuclei are an important source of information on their properties.Strangeness & Hypernuclei

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Exotic hadrons

Exotic hadrons

Many experimentally found hadrons do not fit into the traditional scheme of 2- and 3-quark states. We systematically investigate such states.Exotic hadrons

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Baryon-Resonanzen

Baryon spectroscopy

The spectrum of resonances is key to the understanding of the strong interaction. The Jülich-Bonn model including dynamically-coupled channels allows for a better understanding of experimental data.Baryon spectroscopy

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Geometries with strongly correlated electrons

Strongly correlated electrons

Lattice stochastic methods are used to investigate the electronic properties of strongly correlated electrons in low dimensional geometries.Strongly correlated electrons

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Excluded regions of electric dipole moments (EDMs).

Electric dipole moments of hadrons and light nuclei

A non-zero permanent electric dipole moment of any subatomic particle is a clear signal for CP violation beyond the Kobayashi-Maskawa mechanism of the Standard Model of particle physics.Electric dipole moments

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