Blaizot, Jean-Paul Yan, Li

We use a set of simple angular moments to solve the Boltzmann equation in the relaxation time approximation for a boost invariant longitudinally expanding gluonic plasma. The transition from the free streaming regime at early time to the hydrodynamic regime at late time is well captured by the first two-moments, corresponding to the monopole and qu...

Blaizot, Jean-Paul Yan, Li

We use a set of simple angular moments to solve the Boltzmann equation in the relaxation time approximation for a boost invariant longitudinally expanding gluonic plasma. The transition from the free streaming regime at early time to the hydrodynamic regime at late time is well captured by the first two-moments, corresponding to the monopole and qu...

Blaizot, Jean-Paul Yan, Li

We use a set of simple angular moments to solve the Boltzmann equation in the relaxation time approximation for a boost invariant longitudinally expanding gluonic plasma. The transition from the free streaming regime at early time to the hydrodynamic regime at late time is well captured by the first two-moments, corresponding to the monopole and qu...

Rho, Mannque

More than two decades ago, the quenching factor $q\simeq0.79$, giving the effective $g_A^{\rm eff}\simeq 1$ in nuclei, was predicted for the Gamow-Teller coupling constant using an extremely simple argument based on a Landau Fermi-liquid fixed-point approach to nuclear matter, together with the simple explanation of the anomalous orbital gyromagnet...

Rho, Mannque

More than two decades ago, the quenching factor $q\simeq0.79$, giving the effective $g_A^{\rm eff}\simeq 1$ in nuclei, was predicted for the Gamow-Teller coupling constant using an extremely simple argument based on a Landau Fermi-liquid fixed-point approach to nuclear matter, together with the simple explanation of the anomalous orbital gyromagnet...

Rho, Mannque

More than two decades ago, the quenching factor $q\simeq0.79$, giving the effective $g_A^{\rm eff}\simeq 1$ in nuclei, was predicted for the Gamow-Teller coupling constant using an extremely simple argument based on a Landau Fermi-liquid fixed-point approach to nuclear matter, together with the simple explanation of the anomalous orbital gyromagnet...

Rho, Mannque

More than two decades ago, the quenching factor $q\simeq0.79$, giving the effective $g_A^{\rm eff}\simeq 1$ in nuclei, was predicted for the Gamow-Teller coupling constant using an extremely simple argument based on a Landau Fermi-liquid fixed-point approach to nuclear matter, together with the simple explanation of the anomalous orbital gyromagnet...

Gelis, François Tanji, Naoto

In the Color Glass Condensate, the inclusive spectrum of produced quarks in a heavy ion collision is obtained as the Fourier transform of a $2$-fermion correlation function. Due to its non-locality, the two points of this function must be linked by a Wilson line in order to have a gauge invariant result, but when the quark spectrum is evaluated in ...

Benedetti, Dario Gurau, Razvan Harribey, Sabine

We consider the $O(N)^3$ tensor model of Klebanov and Tarnopolsky \cite{Klebanov:2016xxf} in $d

Gelis, François Tanji, Naoto

In the Color Glass Condensate, the inclusive spectrum of produced quarks in a heavy ion collision is obtained as the Fourier transform of a $2$-fermion correlation function. Due to its non-locality, the two points of this function must be linked by a Wilson line in order to have a gauge invariant result, but when the quark spectrum is evaluated in ...