Dam T. Son
Ph.D., Institute for Nuclear Research - Moscow, 1995.
Dept. Physics, Enrico Fermi Institute, James Franck Inst., and the College.
Research: Theoretical physics
I have a broad research program encompassing several areas of theoretical physics.
- String Theory: applications of gauge-gravity duality in the physics of the quark-gluon plasma and other strongly interacting systems.
- Nuclear Physics: properties of the hot and dense states of matter, e.g., the quark gluon plasma and dense quark matter (color superconductors).
- Condensed matter physics: physics of the quantum Hall system, graphene; applications of quantum field theory.
- Atomic physics: many-body physics of cold trapped atoms, BCS-BEC crossover, applications of quantum field theoretical techniques.
- R. Baier, A.H. Mueller, D. Schiff, and D.T. Son, "Bottom-up" thermalization in heavy ion collisions, Phys. Lett. B 502, 51 (2001).
- P. Kovtun, D.T. Son, and A.O. Starinets, Viscosity in Strongly Interacting Quantum Field Theories from Black Hole Physics, Phys. Rev. Lett. 94, 111601 (2005).
- Y. Nishida and D.T. Son, Epsilon Expansion for a Fermi Gas at Infinite Scattering Length, Phys. Rev. Lett. 97, 050403 (2006).
- C. Hoyos and D.T. Son, Hall Viscosity and Electromagnetic Response, Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 066805 (2012).
Papers from arXiv.org.