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Toward Heavy-Ion Physics at J-PARC

KMI Colloquium
2016-02-26 14:00
Shoji Nagamiya
KMI Science Symposia (ES635)
Recently an interest toward high density nuclear matter has been reconsidered 
and discussed rather seriously in various fields, in particular, in high-energy 
nuclear physics.
  In the present talk, I shall review, first, historical aspects in this field toward high 
density matter since 40 years ago, as viewed from my personal view.  Then, in the second, 
I will describe the current efforts of heavy-ion collisions both at RHIC and LHC. 
In the third, I discuss future possibilities in terms of “high-density nuclear matter” 
physics including neutron stars, together with our recent accelerator efforts at J-PARC.