Research activities of the Department cover a wide range of topics:

  Nuclear Physics:
  • algebraic models for nuclear structure,
  • electromagnetic and weak meson exchange currents,
  • production and structure of Lambda hypernuclei,
  • few-nucleon systems both in v/c-expansion approach and in covariant framework,
  • strong interaction effects in pi-, K- and Sigma exotic atoms,
  • kaonic nuclei, K--nucleon and -nucleus interaction
  • mesonic nad nonmesonic decays of light hypernuclei

  Particle Physics:
  • effective chiral model for low energy meson-baryon interaction,
  • electroproduction of K+ on protons (isobaric and Regge models),
  • processes with high transverse momenta at relativistic energies,
  • inclusive particle production at high energies,
  • solution of Schwinger-Dyson equation in Minkowski space,
  • macroscopic quantum phases of deconfined QCD matter at finite density,
  • diquarks and internal baryon structure,
  • models of the dynamical mass generation,
  • properties of the Goldstone modes
  Mathematical Physics:
  • quantum waveguides and layers; geometrically induced properties,
  • ideal and leaky quantum wire systems; spectra, scattering, approximations,
  • magnetic transport; existence and stability of edge-type states,
  • Zeno and anti-Zeno dynamics of decaying quantum systems,
  • integrals of motion for spin chain models,
  • quasi-Hermitean observables in quantum mechanics; spectral properties,
  • nonlinear supersymmetry and its PT-symmetric representations
The above mathematical physics research activities are a part of the center of basic research
"Doppler Institute for Mathematical Physics and Applied Mathematics",
together with colleagues from Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering,
CTU Prague, and the University of Hradec Kralove.

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