- About Me
B.S., 1997, theoretical physics, Kiev State University, Kiev, Ukraine
M.S., 2005, physics, Florida State University
Ph.D., 2007, physics, Florida State University
Alexei Bazavov is theoretical particle physicist specializing in study of strongly coupled theories, in particular, Quantum Chromodynamics. He received his Ph.D. in 2007 from Florida State University. He then was a research associate at the University of Arizona in 2007-2010, Brookhaven National Laboratory 2010-2013 and jointly appointed at the University of California, Riverside and University of Iowa in 2013-2016. Alexei is currently an assistant professor at the Michigan State University, jointly appointed at the Department of Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering and Department of Physics and Astronomy.
- Research Interests
• Quantum field theory
• Finite-temperature field theory
• Lattice gauge theory with applications to particle and nuclear physics
• Parallel algorithms, iterative solvers, molecular dynamics algorithms
• Inverse problems and Bayesian inference
• Ultra-cold atomic systems and quantum simulation
• Effective field theory
A. Bazavov, N. Brambilla, H.-T. Ding, P. Petreczky, H.-P. Schadler, A. Vairo J. H. Weber, "Polyakov Loop in 2+1 Flavor QCD from Low to High Temperatures", Physical Review D 93, no. 11, 114502 (2016), arXiv:1603.06637A. Bazavov, H.-T. Ding, P. Hegde, O. Kaczmarek, F. Karsch, E. Laermann, S. Mukherjee, H. Ohno, P. Petreczky, C. Schmidt, S. Sharma, W. Soeldner, M. Wagner, "Curvature of the Freeze-out Line in Heavy Ion Collisions", Physical Review D 93, no. 1, 014512 (2016), arXiv:1509.05786A. Bazavov, "Lattice QCD at Non-Zero Temperature", PoS LATTICE 2014, 392 (2015), arXiv:1505.05543A. Bazavov, Y. Meurice, S.-W. Tsai, J. Unmuth-Yockey, J. Zhang, "Gauge-Invariant Implementation of the Abelian Higgs Model on Optical Lattices", Physical Review D 92, 076003 (2015),arXiv:1503.08354A. Bazavov [HotQCD], "The QCD Equation of State", Nuclear Physics A 931, 867 (2014)
SS-18: PHY 231 Introductory Physics I
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