Special Issue "Relativistic Hydrodynamics and Symmetry: Theory, Methods and Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 April 2024 | Viewed by 6637
2. Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, Ruth-Moufang str. 1, 60438 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Interests: compact stars; nuclear matter; quark gluon plasma; quantum fields; statistical physics
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The open access journal Symmetry has launched a new Special Issue entitled "Relativistic Hydrodynamics and Symmetry: Theory, Methods and Applications". It will cover all aspects of the physics of relativistic hydrodynamics and serve as a useful reference for researchers and students on the current problems in this area of research.
Relativistic hydrodynamics is an effective framework for the long-wavelength and low-frequency description of matter under a wide variety of conditions, ranging from nuclear collisions in heavy-ion experiments to the large-scale structure of galaxies. It has been successfully applied in recent years to describe the elementary matter in heavy-ion experiments, including the formation of quark–gluon plasma at the RHIC and LHC. Another important area of research where tremendous progress has been achieved is the physics of compact stars, with the magneto-hydrodynamics description of the binary neutron star mergers being one such example.
We cordially invite you, as an expert in this field, to contribute an original article or balanced review to this Special Issue.
The papers will be peer-reviewed and will be published online as soon as they are accepted. We are looking forward to hearing about your contributions to this issue and the potential future collaboration in producing a comprehensive issue.
Prof. Dr. Armen Sedrakian
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Heavy Ion Collisions
- Neutron Stars
- General Relativity
- Gravitational waves