1967 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Berndt Müller focuses on Particle physics, Nuclear physics, Quark–gluon plasma, Quantum chromodynamics and Large Hadron Collider. Berndt Müller works mostly in the field of Particle physics, limiting it down to concerns involving Particle accelerator and, occasionally, Color-glass condensate and Deep inelastic scattering. His research in Nuclear physics intersects with topics in Elliptic flow and Asymmetry.
His Quark–gluon plasma research incorporates themes from Strange matter, Strangeness production and Nuclear matter. His studies deal with areas such as Quantum electrodynamics, Elementary particle and Quantum field theory as well as Quantum chromodynamics. He combines subjects such as Physics beyond the Standard Model and Collider with his study of Large Hadron Collider.
Berndt Müller spends much of his time researching Nuclear physics, Particle physics, Quark–gluon plasma, Atomic physics and Quantum electrodynamics. His Nuclear physics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider and Heavy ion. His study involves Quantum chromodynamics, Parton, Quark, Gluon and Hadron, a branch of Particle physics.
His study in Quark–gluon plasma is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Strange matter, Nuclear matter and Deconfinement. His Atomic physics course of study focuses on Positron and Coulomb barrier. His research integrates issues of Dirac equation and Quantum mechanics in his study of Quantum electrodynamics.
His primary scientific interests are in Particle physics, Quark–gluon plasma, Nuclear physics, Plasma and Quantum electrodynamics. Quark, Quantum chromodynamics, Gluon, Parton and QCD matter are subfields of Particle physics in which his conducts study. He focuses mostly in the field of Quark–gluon plasma, narrowing it down to topics relating to Deconfinement and, in certain cases, Strange quark.
His Nuclear physics research includes themes of Heavy ion and Observable. His study on Plasma also encompasses disciplines like
His primary areas of study are Quark–gluon plasma, Particle physics, Nuclear physics, Large Hadron Collider and Quantum chromodynamics. His work carried out in the field of Quark–gluon plasma brings together such families of science as Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider, Quantum electrodynamics, Parton and Boltzmann equation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Particle accelerator and Elliptic flow in addition to Particle physics.
The Nuclear physics study combines topics in areas such as Anisotropy, Path length and Asymmetry. His Large Hadron Collider research includes elements of Physics beyond the Standard Model and Nuclear theory. His Quantum chromodynamics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Hadron and Rapidity.
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Strangeness Production in the Quark-Gluon Plasma
Johann Rafelski;Berndt Müller.
Physical Review Letters (1982)
Strangeness in relativistic heavy ion collisions
P. Koch;Berndt Muller;Johann Rafelski.
Physics Reports (1986)
Neural Networks: An Introduction
Berndt Müller;Joachim Reinhardt.
Electron-Ion Collider: The next QCD frontier: Understanding the glue that binds us all
A. Accardi;A. Accardi;J. L. Albacete;M. Anselmino;N. Armesto.
European Physical Journal A (2016)
Hadronization in Heavy-Ion Collisions: Recombination and Fragmentation of Partons
R.J. Fries;Berndt Muller;C. Nonaka;S.A. Bass;S.A. Bass.
Physical Review Letters (2003)
Hadron production in heavy ion collisions: Fragmentation and recombination from a dense parton phase
R.J. Fries;Berndt Muller;C. Nonaka;S.A. Bass.
Physical Review C (2003)
The Casimir effect
Günter Plunien;Berndt Müller;Walter Greiner.
Physics Reports (1986)
THE SEARCH FOR THE QUARK-GLUON PLASMA
John W. Harris;Berndt Müller.
Annual Review of Nuclear and Particle Science (1996)
Fluctuation probes of quark deconfinement
M. Asakawa;U. Heinz;B. Müller.
Physical Review Letters (2000)
Dynamics of parton cascades in highly relativistic nuclear collisions
Klaus Geiger;Berndt Müller.
Nuclear Physics (1992)
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