Ying & Yang colliding at relativistic energies

 High Energy Heavy Ion Physics

 Niels Bohr Institute

 University of Copenhagen

The High Energy Heavy Ion (HEHI) group at the Niels Bohr Institute (NBI) studies collisions between atomic nuclei which have been accelerated to ultrarelativistic energies. The aim of such studies is to explore and understand the properties of matter at extreme temperatures (~1012 degrees) and densities (>10 times nuclear matter density). In particular, we are interested in characterizing the transition from normal hadronic matter to the Quark-Gluon Plasma, a state of matter consisting of deconfined quarks and gluons.

For further information about the members and activities of the HEHI group, click on the appropriate link in the panel on the left side of the page.

I. G. Bearden H. B?ggild J. J. Gaardh?je B. S. Hansen C. H. Christensen
K. H. Gulbrandsen A. Bilandzic M. Chojnacki A.C. Hansen Valentina Zaccolo
B. Poulsen