High Energy Nuclear Physics

High Energy Nuclear Physics is a specialized branch of particle physics that investigates the behavior of atomic nuclei and subatomic particles at extremely high energy levels. Researchers in this field use powerful accelerators to collide heavy ions or protons to recreate conditions similar to those shortly after the Big Bang. The study of quark-gluon plasma, a state of matter thought to have existed shortly after the universe's creation, is a key focus. High Energy Nuclear Physics provides insights into the fundamental forces and structure of matter, enhancing our understanding of the universe's early moments.

    Related Conference of High Energy Nuclear Physics

    November 14-15, 2024

    5th International Conference on Physics

    Tokyo, Japan

    High Energy Nuclear Physics Conference Speakers