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graduation at Bacharelado Em Fisica from Universidade de São Paulo (1994), master's at Physic from Universidade de São Paulo (1996) and doctorate at Physic from Universidade de São Paulo (2000). Has experience in Physics, focusing on Properties of Specific Particles and Ressonance, acting on the following subjects: desenvolvimento de software, protocolos de comunicação, redes, redes multimídia and redes sem fio. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The aim of this project is to study some universal phenomena in strongly interacting systems e to verify if they are still present in reduced dimensions. One convenient model to perform this study is the NJL model for QCD, which despite for its simplicity describes very well the phenomenon of chiral symmetry breaking and the phase transition from the Wigner-Wyel phase to the Nambu-Golst...
This project consists on the development of works in three topics of hadron physics, all involving effective theories and renormalization methods. The first problem is the study of nuclei and hadronic matter using effective interactions obtained with the similarity renormalization group and the investigation of its infrared limit. The second problem is the application of the renormaliza...
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The aim of this project is to describe a system of three nucleons from the Faddev Equations. In order to facilitate the implemantation, we will develop the program in two steps: the first consists of taking into account only zero range interactions, which simplifies the two-body T-matrix. In the second, we consider the more general case of a finite range interaction. To be more specific...
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(References retrieved automatically from State of São Paulo Research Institutions)
TIMOTEO, Varese Salvador. Álgebras Deformadas no Modelo NJL: Quebra e Restauração da Simetria Quiral. 2000. Tese (Doutorado) – Instituto de Física. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Paulo. (96/05935-0)