Invited by the Institute of Theoretical Physics of School of Physics and Technology, NNU, Peng Guo from California State University-Bakersfield gave an academic report “Multiple particles interaction in finite volume” at Room 436 of Xingjian Building on July 4th. The report discussed briefly on the multiple particles interaction in finite volume. The focus was given primarily on the variational approach to finite volume multiple particles problems, and then on the current status and future directions, etc. Students and teachers of the School of Physics and Technology attended the seminar and had a fruitful discussion with the reporter.
About the speaker:
Guo Peng graduated from Xinjiang University with a bachelor's degree in 2000. He received a master's degree from Nankai University in 2004 and received Ph.D. from Hadron and Computational Physics, Indiana University-Bloomington in 2009. Since 2015, he has been a full-time physics lecturer at California State University-Bakersfield. He is also currently working as a referee in the physical journals of PRC, PRD, etc. His research interests include in quark model, hybrid meson spectroscopy, and Coulomb Gauge QCD, quark matters and finite density QCD, etc. Guo has published 29 papers in international academic journals such as PLB.