DEPARTMENT OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS
Research activities of the Department cover
a wide range of topics:

algebraic models for nuclear structure,

elastic scattering of K^{+} on nuclei,

electromagnetic and weak meson exchange currents,

electroproduction of hypernuclei and deeply bound L
singleparticle states,

fewnucleon systems both in v/cexpansion approach and in covariant
framework,

low lying states of p^{}, K^{}
and S exotic atoms,

largebasis shellmodel calculations for light nuclei and fewnucleon systems,

mesonic nad nonmesonic decays of light hypernuclei,

relativistic bound states in BetheSalpeter and spectator quasipotential
description,

dynamical electroweak symmetry breaking,

effective chiral model for low energy mesonbaryon interaction,

electroproduction of K^{+} on protons (isobaric and Regge models),

lowenergy effective chromodynamics,

processes with high transverse momenta at relativistic energies,

separable model for K^{+} N scattering amplitude,

solution of SchwingerDyson equation in Minkowski space,

study of macroscopic quantum phases of deconfined QCD matter at finite
density,

asymmetric model of quantum collapse to attractive singularity in infinity,

classical scalar field in an oscillating region,

edge states and vortical behaviour in quantum transport,

effects of geometry and topology in quantum wires,

generalization of SkalaCizek perturbation theory to two and more dimensions,

PTsymmetric extension of quantum mechanics,

quantum chaos in mesoscopic resonators,

spectra of WannierStark systems with singular interactions.
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