## Vladi 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:

Current Group members:

Haowu Duan (Graduate student, NCSU; supported by DOE grant; defended PhD "Quantum information perspective on high energy hadron wave function: entanglement and correlations" in Summer 2023)

Greg Johnson (Graduate student, NCSU; defended PhD "The Universal Location of The Yang Lee Edge Singularity for

O(N ) Universality Classes" in Summer 2023)

Shaswat Tiwaru (Graduate student, NCSU)

Zichen Zhao (Graduate student, NCSU)

Tiyasa Kar (Graduate student, NCSU)

Ramkumar Radhakrishnan (Graduate student, NCSU)

Andrey Tarasov (Postdoctoral fellow, NCSU. Supported by DOE grant. Project: Saturation corrections/Color Glass Condensate/Electron Ion Collider)

Past and current undergraduate students: Andrew Connelly (Yang-Lee edge singularity), Jack Featherstone (high-energy hadronic collisions), Josh Ott (critical dynamics), Cameron Stephens (high-energy hadronic collisions)

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 I (Mechanics), North Carolina State University: Moodle, WebAssign

Fall 2020, Computational Physics (PY525), North Carolina State University

Fall 2021, Computational Physics (PY525), North Carolina State University

Fall 2022, Algebra-based Physics II (E&M), North Carolina State University

Spring 2022, Advanced Classical Mechanics (graduate level) , North Carolina State University

Funding:

US Department of Energy, Project title "Quantum Chromodynamics at extreme gluon densities"

US Department of Energy, SURGE collaboration

Riken-BNL Research Center

ExtreMe Matter Institute EMMI