24-30 July 2016
Highfield Campus, University of Southampton
Europe/London timezone

Relative weights approach to dynamical fermions at finite densities

28 Jul 2016, 18:10
20m
Building 32 Room 1015 (Highfield Campus, University of Southampton)

Building 32 Room 1015

Highfield Campus, University of Southampton

Talk Nonzero Temperature and Density Nonzero Temperature and Density

Speaker

Dr Jeffrey Greensite (San Francisco State University)

Description

The relative weights method is applied to extract the effective Polyakov line action corresponding to SU(3) gauge theory with dynamical staggered fermions, and this theory is solved, at finite chemical potential and a few sample temperatures, quark masses, and couplings, by a mean field technique. The effective Polyakov line action is highly non-local, and in at least one case we encounter very long-lived metastable states in the numerical simulation.

Primary author

Dr Jeffrey Greensite (San Francisco State University)

Co-author

Dr Roman Hollwieser (New Mexico State University)

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