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Laboratory for Hadronic and Nuclear Physics



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Members of our Lab (Jan. 23, 2013)

The aim of our laboratory is to study the subatomic world, which consists of nuclei and particles. One important research subject is the structure of "hadrons'', which are strongly interacting particles consisting of quarks. The most prominent hadrons are the proton and the neutron. Another subject concerns systems consisting of many hadrons, like nuclei and nuclear matter. We investigate how the behavior of these systems reflects the basic quark structure of their constituents.
To study particles and nuclei, we use the methods of theoretical and computational physics. We are a theory group, and our eventual goal is to describe subatomic systems, which are observed in experiments, on the basis of the interactions and dynamics of their constituents.



Tokai University, Department of Physics, School of Sience
Professor Wolfgang Bentz