Vladi(mir) Skokov's homepage

Current Affiliation:

Assistant Professor,

Nuclear Theory Group, Physics Department, College of Sciences, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 27607

Riken-BNL Research Center, Physics Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY 11973

Beam Energy Scan Theory (BEST) Collaboration, US Department of Energy

Contact information:

Email: VSkokov.at.ncsu.edu

Additional information:

ORCID

List of recent talks

List of publications

Upcoming conferences/talks

Theoretical Nuclear Physics Jobs ( aka rumor mill)

Current Group members:

Haowu Duan (Graduate student, NCSU; supported by DOE grant)

Greg Johnson (Graduate student, NCSU)

Codes:

  • A Monte Carlo implementation to probe the distribution of linearly polarized gluons and elliptic azimuthal anisotropy in DIS dijet production at high energy: MCDijet; see Refs. arXiv:1809.02615 and arXiv:1508.04438 for details.

Research Interests:

  • non-perturbative methods of quantum field theory, the exact (functional) renormalization group
  • finite temperature field theory
  • deconfinement and chiral aspects of Quantum Chromo-Dynamics (QCD) phase transitions, effective models of QCD at finite temperature and density
  • non-equilibrium field theory; transport properties, thermalization, non-perturbative particle production in coherent fields
  • renormalization group, critical statics and critical dynamics in vicinity of a phase transition
  • high energy QCD, structure of nuclei and hadrons, deep inelastic scattering, transverse momentum dependent parton distribution functions, three dimensional structure of nucleons and nuclei in momentum and configuration space; phenomenology of high-energy electron-proton/ion, hadron and heavy-ion collision

Courses:

  • Spring 2014, Two sections of Calculus based Physics II (E&M), Western Michigan University
  • Spring 2015, Calculus based Physics II (E&M), Western Michigan University
  • Spring 2015, Statistical mechanics (graduate level), Western Michigan University
  • Fall 2018, Algebra-based Physics I (Mechanics), North Carolina State University
  • Fall 2019, Algebra-based Physics II (Mechanics), North Carolina State University: Moodle, WebAssign

Funding:

  • US Department of Energy, Project title "Quantum Chromodynamics at extreme gluon densities"
  • Riken-BNL Research Center
  • ExtreMe Matter Institute EMMI

Beyond Physics :

Last update: July 1, 2019