Gabriel Silveira Denicol

Bolsista de Produtividade em Pesquisa do CNPq - Nível 2

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  • Última atualização do currículo em 12/12/2018


Possui graduação em Física pela Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (2006), mestrado em Física pela Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (2009) e doutorado em Física teorica pela J.W, Goethe Universität (2012). Atualmente é professor adjunto da Universidade Federal Fluminense. Tem experiência na área de Física Nuclear Relativística, na descrição teorica de novas fases da materia nuclear. (Texto informado pelo autor)


Identificação


Nome
Gabriel Silveira Denicol
Nome em citações bibliográficas
DENICOL, G. S.;Denicol, G. S.;Denicol, G S;Denicol, G.S.;Denicol, Gabriel S.;Denicol, G.;Denicol, Gabriel;DENICOL, G.'S.

Endereço


Endereço Profissional
Universidade Federal Fluminense, Centro de Estudos Gerais, Instituto de Física.
Avenida General Milton Tavares de Souza
Gragoatá
24210346 - Niterói, RJ - Brasil
Telefone: (021) 25375194


Formação acadêmica/titulação


2009 - 2012
Doutorado em Theoretical Physics.
Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main, UNI-FRANKFURT, Alemanha.
Título: Microscopic Foundations of Relativistic Dissipative Fluid Dynamics, Ano de obtenção: 2012.
Orientador: Dirk H. Rischke.
Bolsista do(a): Helmholtz Research School for Quark Matter Studies, H-QM, Alemanha.
Palavras-chave: heavy-ion collisions; Relativistic fluid dynamics; Quark-Gluon Plasma.
Grande área: Ciências Exatas e da Terra
2007 - 2009
Mestrado em Física.
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, UFRJ, Brasil.
Título: Aplicação de SPH em Colisões Relativisticas entre Íons Pesados,Ano de Obtenção: 2009.
Orientador: Takeshi Kodama.
Bolsista do(a): Fundação Carlos Chagas Filho de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado do RJ, FAPERJ, Brasil.
2003 - 2006
Graduação em Bacharelado em Física.
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, UFRJ, Brasil.
Bolsista do(a): Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico, CNPq, Brasil.


Pós-doutorado


2015 - 2016
Pós-Doutorado.
Brookhaven National Laboratory, BNL, Estados Unidos.
Bolsista do(a): Department of Energy, DOE, Estados Unidos.
2013 - 2015
Pós-Doutorado.
McGill University, MCGILL, Canadá.
Bolsista do(a): Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, NSERC, Canadá.
2012 - 2013
Pós-Doutorado.
McGill University, MCGILL, Canadá.
Bolsista do(a): McGill University, MCGILL, Canadá.
Grande área: Ciências Exatas e da Terra
Grande Área: Ciências Exatas e da Terra / Área: Física / Subárea: Heavy-ion Physics.


Atuação Profissional



Universidade Federal Fluminense, UFF, Brasil.
Vínculo institucional

2016 - Atual
Vínculo: Servidor Público, Enquadramento Funcional: Professor Adjunto, Carga horária: 40, Regime: Dedicação exclusiva.

Atividades

04/2016 - Atual
Pesquisa e desenvolvimento , Departamento de Fisica, .

04/2016 - Atual
Pesquisa e desenvolvimento , Instituto de Fisica, .

04/2016 - Atual
Pesquisa e desenvolvimento , Departamento de Fisica, .

Linhas de pesquisa
Hidrodinamica Relativistica


Linhas de pesquisa


1.
Estudando novas fases da materia nuclear com colisoes de ions pesados
2.
Microscopic Origins of Relativistic Hydrodynamics
3.
Hidrodinamica Relativistica


Projetos de pesquisa


2017 - Atual
Bolsa de Produtividade em Pesquisa CNPq
Descrição: Estudando novas fases da materia nuclear com colisoes de ions pesados.
Situação: Em andamento; Natureza: Pesquisa.
2016 - Atual
Explorando Fronteiras da Fisica Nuclear de Altas Energias
Descrição: Apoio a Grupos Emergentes de Pesquisa no Estado do Rio de Janeiro (2016).
Situação: Em andamento; Natureza: Pesquisa.


Revisor de periódico


2011 - Atual
Periódico: Physical Review. C. Nuclear Physics (Print)
2012 - Atual
Periódico: Nuclear Physics. A (Print)
2014 - Atual
Periódico: Physical Review. D, Particles, Fields, Gravitation, and Cosmology
2013 - Atual
Periódico: Physical Review Letters
2013 - Atual
Periódico: Physics Letters. B (Print)
2014 - Atual
Periódico: Annals of Physics (Print)
2013 - Atual
Periódico: Physical Review. D, Particles, Fields, Gravitation, and Cosmology


Áreas de atuação


1.
Grande área: Ciências Exatas e da Terra / Área: Física / Subárea: Física das Partículas Elementares e Campos/Especialidade: Física Nuclear Relativística.
2.
Grande área: Ciências Exatas e da Terra / Área: Física / Subárea: Física das Partículas Elementares e Campos/Especialidade: Fenomenologia de Partículas e Campos.


Idiomas


Português
Compreende Bem, Fala Bem, Lê Bem, Escreve Bem.
Inglês
Compreende Bem, Fala Bem, Lê Bem, Escreve Bem.


Prêmios e títulos


2015
JSPS posdoctoral Fellowship (declined), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS).
2013
Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC).
2009
HGS-HIRe for FAIR Excellence Award 2009, Helmholtz Graduate School for Heavy Ion Research for FAIR.
2008
Bolsa Nota 10, FAPERJ.
2006
Melhor Trabalho de sua Sessão na XXVIII Jornada Giulio Massarani de Iniciação Científica, Artística e Cultural da UFRJ, UFRJ.
2004
Menção honrosa na XXVI Jornada de Iniciação Científica, Artística e Cultural da UFRJ, UFRJ.


Produções



Produção bibliográfica
Citações

Web of Science
Total de trabalhos:61
Total de citações:1972
Fator H:24
Silveira Denicol, Gabriel  Data: 05/10/2018

Outras
Total de trabalhos:90
Total de citações:3069
G. Denicol  Data: 05/10/2017

Artigos completos publicados em periódicos

1.
STRICKLAND, MICHAEL2018STRICKLAND, MICHAEL ; Noronha, Jorge ; Denicol, Gabriel S. . Anisotropic nonequilibrium hydrodynamic attractor. PHYSICAL REVIEW D, v. 97, p. 036020, 2018.

2.
RYU, SANGWOOK2018RYU, SANGWOOK ; PAQUET, JEAN-FRANÇOIS ; SHEN, CHUN ; Denicol, Gabriel ; SCHENKE, BJÖRN ; JEON, SANGYONG ; GALE, CHARLES . Effects of bulk viscosity and hadronic rescattering in heavy ion collisions at energies available at the BNL Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider and at the CERN Large Hadron Collider. PHYSICAL REVIEW C, v. 97, p. 034910, 2018.

3.
Denicol, Gabriel S.2018Denicol, Gabriel S.; Noronha, Jorge . Analytical attractor and the divergence of the slow-roll expansion in relativistic hydrodynamics. PHYSICAL REVIEW D, v. 97, p. 056021, 2018.

4.
GREIF, MORITZ2018GREIF, MORITZ ; FOTAKIS, JAN. A. ; Denicol, Gabriel S. ; GREINER, CARSTEN . Diffusion of Conserved Charges in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, v. 120, p. 242301, 2018.

5.
VUJANOVIC, GOJKO2018VUJANOVIC, GOJKO ; Denicol, Gabriel S. ; LUZUM, MATTHEW ; JEON, SANGYONG ; GALE, CHARLES . Investigating the temperature dependence of the specific shear viscosity of QCD matter with dilepton radiation. PHYSICAL REVIEW C, v. 98, p. 014902, 2018.

6.
Denicol, Gabriel S.2018Denicol, Gabriel S.; GALE, CHARLES ; JEON, SANGYONG ; MONNAI, AKIHIKO ; SCHENKE, BJÖRN ; SHEN, CHUN . Net-baryon diffusion in fluid-dynamic simulations of relativistic heavy-ion collisions. PHYSICAL REVIEW C, v. 98, p. 034916, 2018.

7.
Denicol, Gabriel S.2018Denicol, Gabriel S.; Huang, Xu-Guang ; MOLNÁR, ETELE ; MONTEIRO, GUSTAVO M. ; Niemi, Harri ; Noronha, Jorge ; Rischke, Dirk H. ; WANG, QUN . Nonresistive dissipative magnetohydrodynamics from the Boltzmann equation in the 14-moment approximation. PHYSICAL REVIEW D, v. 98, p. 076009, 2018.

8.
SHEN, CHUN2017SHEN, CHUN ; PAQUET, JEAN-FRANÇOIS ; Denicol, Gabriel S. ; JEON, SANGYONG ; GALE, CHARLES . Collectivity and electromagnetic radiation in small systems. PHYSICAL REVIEW C, v. 95, p. 014906, 2017.

9.
SHEN, CHUN2017SHEN, CHUN ; PAQUET, JEAN-FRANÇOIS ; Denicol, Gabriel S. ; JEON, SANGYONG ; GALE, CHARLES . Electromagnetic radiation and collectivity in small quark-gluon droplets. NUCLEAR AND PARTICLE PHYSICS PROCEEDINGS, v. 289-290, p. 161-164, 2017.

10.
VUJANOVIC, GOJKO2017VUJANOVIC, GOJKO ; PAQUET, JEAN-FRANÇOIS ; SHEN, CHUN ; Denicol, Gabriel S. ; JEON, SANGYONG ; GALE, CHARLES ; HEINZ, ULRICH . Dilepton radiation and bulk viscosity in heavy-ion collisions. NUCLEAR AND PARTICLE PHYSICS PROCEEDINGS, v. 289-290, p. 165-168, 2017.

11.
SHEN, CHUN2017SHEN, CHUN ; Denicol, Gabriel ; GALE, CHARLES ; JEON, SANGYONG ; MONNAI, AKIHIKO ; SCHENKE, BJOERN . A hybrid approach to relativistic heavy-ion collisions at the RHIC BES energies. NUCLEAR PHYSICS A, v. 967, p. 796-799, 2017.

12.
VUJANOVIC, GOJKO2017VUJANOVIC, GOJKO ; PAQUET, JEAN-FRANÇOIS ; RYU, SANGWOOK ; SHEN, CHUN ; Denicol, Gabriel S. ; JEON, SANGYONG ; GALE, CHARLES ; HEINZ, ULRICH . Bulk viscous effects on flow and dilepton radiation in a hybrid approach. NUCLEAR PHYSICS A, v. 967, p. 692-695, 2017.

13.
Noronha, Jorge2017Noronha, Jorge ; Denicol, Gabriel S. . The onset of fluid-dynamical behavior in relativistic kinetic theory. NUCLEAR PHYSICS A, v. 967, p. 417-420, 2017.

14.
SHEN, CHUN2016SHEN, CHUN ; PAQUET, JEAN-FRANÇOIS ; Denicol, Gabriel S. ; JEON, SANGYONG ; GALE, CHARLES . Thermal Photon Radiation in High Multiplicity Collisions at the Large Hadron Collider. Physical Review Letters (Print), v. 116, p. 072301, 2016.

15.
BAZOW, D.2016BAZOW, D. ; DENICOL, G.'S. ; HEINZ, U. ; MARTINEZ, M. ; NORONHA, J. . Analytic Solution of the Boltzmann Equation in an Expanding System. Physical Review Letters (Print), v. 116, p. 022301, 2016.

16.
PAQUET, JEAN-FRANÇOIS2016PAQUET, JEAN-FRANÇOIS ; SHEN, CHUN ; Denicol, Gabriel S. ; LUZUM, MATTHEW ; SCHENKE, BJÖRN ; JEON, SANGYONG ; GALE, CHARLES . Production of photons in relativistic heavy-ion collisions. PHYSICAL REVIEW C, v. 93, p. 044906, 2016.

17.
Denicol, Gabriel2016Denicol, Gabriel; MONNAI, AKIHIKO ; SCHENKE, BJÖRN . Moving Forward to Constrain the Shear Viscosity of QCD Matter. Physical Review Letters (Print), v. 116, p. 212301, 2016.

18.
VUJANOVIC, GOJKO2016VUJANOVIC, GOJKO ; PAQUET, JEAN-FRANÇOIS ; Denicol, Gabriel S. ; LUZUM, MATTHEW ; JEON, SANGYONG ; GALE, CHARLES . Electromagnetic radiation as a probe of the initial state and of viscous dynamics in relativistic nuclear collisions. PHYSICAL REVIEW C, v. 94, p. 014904, 2016.

19.
BAZOW, D.2016BAZOW, D. ; DENICOL, G.'S. ; HEINZ, U. ; MARTINEZ, M. ; NORONHA, J. . Nonlinear dynamics from the relativistic Boltzmann equation in the Friedmann-Lemaître-Robertson-Walker spacetime. PHYSICAL REVIEW D, v. 94, p. 125006, 2016.

20.
SHEN, CHUN2016SHEN, CHUN ; PARK, CHANWOOK ; PAQUET, JEAN-FRANÇOIS ; Denicol, Gabriel S. ; JEON, SANGYONG ; GALE, CHARLES . Direct photon production and jet energy-loss in small systems. Nuclear Physics. A (Print), v. 956, p. 741-744, 2016.

21.
Denicol, Gabriel2016Denicol, Gabriel; MONNAI, AKIHIKO ; RYU, SANGWOOK ; SCHENKE, BJÖRN . New insights from 3D simulations of heavy ion collisions. Nuclear Physics. A (Print), v. 956, p. 288-291, 2016.

22.
PAQUET, JEAN-FRANÇOIS2016PAQUET, JEAN-FRANÇOIS ; SHEN, CHUN ; Denicol, Gabriel ; LUZUM, MATTHEW ; SCHENKE, BJÖRN ; JEON, SANGYONG ; GALE, CHARLES . Thermal and prompt photons at RHIC and the LHC. Nuclear Physics. A (Print), v. 956, p. 409-412, 2016.

23.
Denicol, Gabriel S.2016Denicol, Gabriel S.. Theory of collective dynamics: flow, fluctuations and correlations in heavy ion collisions. Nuclear Physics. A (Print), v. 956, p. 67-74, 2016.

24.
GREIF, MORITZ2016GREIF, MORITZ ; GREINER, CARSTEN ; Denicol, Gabriel S. . Electric conductivity of a hot hadron gas from a kinetic approach. PHYSICAL REVIEW D, v. 93, p. 096012, 2016.

25.
MARROCHIO, HUGO2015MARROCHIO, HUGO ; Noronha, Jorge ; Denicol, Gabriel S. ; LUZUM, MATTHEW ; JEON, SANGYONG ; GALE, CHARLES . Solutions of conformal Israel-Stewart relativistic viscous fluid dynamics. Physical Review. C. Nuclear Physics (Print), v. 91, p. 014903, 2015.

26.
RYU, S.2015 RYU, S. ; PAQUET, J.-F. ; SHEN, C. ; DENICOL, G.'S. ; SCHENKE, B. ; JEON, S. ; GALE, C. . Importance of the Bulk Viscosity of QCD in Ultrarelativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions. Physical Review Letters (Print), v. 115, p. 132301, 2015.

27.
Noronha, Jorge2015Noronha, Jorge ; Denicol, Gabriel S. . Perfect fluidity of a dissipative system: Analytical solution for the Boltzmann equation in. Physical Review. D, Particles, Fields, Gravitation, and Cosmology, v. 92, p. 114032, 2015.

28.
DENICOL, G.'S.2014DENICOL, G.'S.; Niemi, H. ; BOURAS, I. ; Molnár, E. ; XU, Z. ; RISCHKE, D.'H. ; GREINER, C. . Solving the heat-flow problem with transient relativistic fluid dynamics. Physical Review. D, Particles, Fields, Gravitation, and Cosmology, v. 89, p. 074005, 2014.

29.
NORONHA-HOSTLER, JACQUELYN2014NORONHA-HOSTLER, JACQUELYN ; Noronha, Jorge ; Denicol, Gabriel S. ; ANDRADE, RONE P. G. ; GRASSI, FRÉDÉRIQUE ; GREINER, CARSTEN . Elliptic-flow suppression due to hadron mass spectrum. Physical Review. C. Nuclear Physics (Print), v. 89, p. 054904, 2014.

30.
Molnár, E.2014Molnár, E. ; Niemi, H. ; DENICOL, G.'S. ; RISCHKE, D.'H. . Relative importance of second-order terms in relativistic dissipative fluid dynamics. Physical Review. D, Particles, Fields, Gravitation, and Cosmology, v. 89, p. 074010, 2014.

31.
Denicol, G. S.2014Denicol, G. S.; JEON, S. ; GALE, C. . Transport coefficients of bulk viscous pressure in the 14-moment approximation. Physical Review. C. Nuclear Physics (Print), v. 90, p. 024912, 2014.

32.
ANDRADE, R. P. G.2014ANDRADE, R. P. G. ; NORONHA, J. ; Denicol, Gabriel S. . Jet quenching effects on the direct, elliptic, and triangular flow at energies available at the BNL Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider. Physical Review. C. Nuclear Physics (Print), v. 90, p. 024914, 2014.

33.
VUJANOVIC, GOJKO2014VUJANOVIC, GOJKO ; PAQUET, JEAN-FRANÇOIS ; Denicol, Gabriel S. ; LUZUM, MATTHEW ; SCHENKE, BJÖRN ; JEON, SANGYONG ; GALE, CHARLES . Probing the early-time dynamics of relativistic heavy-ion collisions with electromagnetic radiation. Nuclear Physics. A (Print), v. 932, p. 230-234, 2014.

34.
ANDRADE, R.P.G.2014ANDRADE, R.P.G. ; NORONHA, J. ; Denicol, Gabriel S. . Jet quenching effects on the anisotropic flow at RHIC. Nuclear Physics. A (Print), v. 932, p. 432-436, 2014.

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Niemi, H.2014Niemi, H. ; Denicol, G.S. ; HOLOPAINEN, H. ; Huovinen, P. . Fluid dynamical response to initial state fluctuations. Nuclear Physics. A (Print), v. 926, p. 109-114, 2014.

36.
Denicol, Gabriel S.2014Denicol, Gabriel S.; FLORKOWSKI, WOJCIECH ; RYBLEWSKI, RADOSLAW ; STRICKLAND, MICHAEL . Shear-bulk coupling in nonconformal hydrodynamics. Physical Review. C. Nuclear Physics (Print), v. 90, p. 044905, 2014.

37.
SHEN, CHUN2014SHEN, CHUN ; PAQUET, JEAN-FRANÇOIS ; LIU, JIA ; Denicol, Gabriel ; HEINZ, ULRICH ; GALE, CHARLES . Event-by-event direct photon anisotropic flow in relativistic heavy-ion collisions. Nuclear Physics. A (Print), v. 931, p. 675-680, 2014.

38.
ROSE, JEAN-BERNARD2014ROSE, JEAN-BERNARD ; PAQUET, JEAN-FRANCOIS ; Denicol, Gabriel S. ; LUZUM, MATTHEW ; SCHENKE, BJOERN ; JEON, SANGYONG ; GALE, CHARLES . Extracting the bulk viscosity of the quark-gluon plasma. Nuclear Physics. A (Print), v. 931, p. 926-930, 2014.

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VUJANOVIC, GOJKO2014VUJANOVIC, GOJKO ; PAQUET, JEAN-FRANÇOIS ; Denicol, Gabriel S. ; LUZUM, MATTHEW ; SCHENKE, BJÖRN ; JEON, SANGYONG ; GALE, CHARLES . Probing the non-equilibrium dynamics of hot and dense QCD with dileptons. Nuclear Physics. A (Print), v. 931, p. 701-705, 2014.

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Denicol, Gabriel S.2014 Denicol, Gabriel S.; HEINZ, ULRICH ; MARTINEZ, MAURICIO ; Noronha, Jorge ; STRICKLAND, MICHAEL . New Exact Solution of the Relativistic Boltzmann Equation and its Hydrodynamic Limit. Physical Review Letters (Print), v. 113, p. 202301, 2014.

41.
Denicol, Gabriel2014Denicol, Gabriel; HEINZ, ULRICH ; MARTINEZ, MAURICIO ; Noronha, Jorge ; STRICKLAND, MICHAEL . Studying the validity of relativistic hydrodynamics with a new exact solution of the Boltzmann equation. Physical Review. D, Particles, Fields, Gravitation, and Cosmology, v. 90, p. 125026, 2014.

42.
KOZLOV, I.2014KOZLOV, I. ; LUZUM, M. ; Denicol, G.S. ; JEON, S. ; GALE, C. . Signatures of collective behavior in small systems. Nuclear Physics. A (Print), v. 931, p. 1045-1050, 2014.

43.
Denicol, G S2014Denicol, G S. Kinetic foundations of relativistic dissipative fluid dynamics. Journal of Physics. G, Nuclear and Particle Physics, v. 41, p. 124004, 2014.

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Niemi, H.2013Niemi, H. ; Denicol, G. S. ; HOLOPAINEN, H. ; Huovinen, P. . Event-by-event distributions of azimuthal asymmetries in ultrarelativistic heavy-ion collisions. Physical Review. C. Nuclear Physics (Print), v. 87, p. 054901, 2013.

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Denicol, G.S.2013Denicol, G.S.; Niemi, H. . Derivation of transient relativistic fluid dynamics from the Boltzmann equation for a multi-component system. Nuclear Physics. A (Print), v. 904-905, p. 369c-372c, 2013.

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GREIF, M.2013GREIF, M. ; REINING, F. ; BOURAS, I. ; Denicol, G. S. ; XU, Z. ; GREINER, C. . Heat conductivity in relativistic systems investigated using a partonic cascade. Physical Review. E, Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics (Print), v. 87, p. 033019, 2013.

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NORONHA-HOSTLER, JACQUELYN2013NORONHA-HOSTLER, JACQUELYN ; Denicol, Gabriel S. ; Noronha, Jorge ; ANDRADE, RONE P. G. ; GRASSI, FRÉDÉRIQUE . Bulk viscosity effects in event-by-event relativistic hydrodynamics. Physical Review. C. Nuclear Physics (Print), v. 88, p. 044916, 2013.

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Denicol, Gabriel2013Denicol, Gabriel; GALE, CHARLES ; JEON, SANGYONG ; Noronha, Jorge . Fluid behavior of a baryon-rich hadron resonance gas. Physical Review. C. Nuclear Physics (Print), v. 88, p. 064901, 2013.

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Denicol, Gabriel S.2012Denicol, Gabriel S.; Huang, Xu-Guang ; Rischke, Dirk H. ; Koide, Tomoi . Consistency of field-theoretical and kinetic calculations of viscous transport coefficients for a relativistic fluid. Physics Letters. B (Print), v. 708, p. 174-178, 2012.

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Denicol, G.2012 Denicol, G.; Niemi, H. ; Molnár, E. ; Rischke, D. . Derivation of transient relativistic fluid dynamics from the Boltzmann equation. Physical Review. D. Particles, Fields, Gravitation, and Cosmology (Online), v. 85, p. 114047, 2012.

51.
Niemi, H.2012Niemi, H. ; Denicol, G. ; Huovinen, P. ; Molnár, E. ; Rischke, D. . Influence of a temperature-dependent shear viscosity on the azimuthal asymmetries of transverse momentum spectra in ultrarelativistic heavy-ion collisions. Physical Review. C. Nuclear Physics (Print), v. 86, p. 014909, 2012.

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Denicol, G. S.2012Denicol, G. S.; Molnár, E. ; Niemi, H. ; RISCHKE, D. H. . Derivation of fluid dynamics from kinetic theory with the 14-moment approximation. European Physical Journal. A, Hadrons and Nuclei (Print), v. 48, p. 170, 2012.

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Niemi, H.2011 Niemi, H. ; Denicol, G. ; Huovinen, P. ; Molnár, E. ; Rischke, D. . Influence of Shear Viscosity of Quark-Gluon Plasma on Elliptic Flow in Ultrarelativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions. Physical Review Letters, v. 106, p. 212302, 2011.

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Denicol, Gabriel2011Denicol, Gabriel; Noronha, Jorge ; Niemi, Harri ; Rischke, Dirk . Origin of the relaxation time in dissipative fluid dynamics. Physical Review. D. Particles, Fields, Gravitation, and Cosmology (Online), v. 83, p. 074019, 2011.

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Betz, B.2011Betz, B. ; Denicol, G.S. ; Koide, T. ; Molnár, E. ; Niemi, H. ; Rischke, D.H. . Second order dissipative fluid dynamics from kinetic theory. EPJ Web of Conferences, v. 13, p. 07005, 2011.

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Denicol, G S2011Denicol, G S; NORONHA, J ; Niemi, H ; Rischke, D H . Determination of the shear viscosity relaxation time at weak and strong coupling. Journal of Physics. G, Nuclear and Particle Physics, v. 38, p. 124177, 2011.

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Niemi, H2011Niemi, H ; Denicol, G S ; Huovinen, P ; Molnár, E ; Rischke, D H . Sensitivity of the elliptic flow to a temperature-dependent shear viscosity-to-entropy density ratio. Journal of Physics. G, Nuclear and Particle Physics, v. 38, p. 124050, 2011.

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Denicol, G.2010 Denicol, G.; Koide, T. ; Rischke, D. . Dissipative Relativistic Fluid Dynamics: A New Way to Derive the Equations of Motion from Kinetic Theory. Physical Review Letters, v. 105, p. 162501, 2010.

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Denicol, G S2010Denicol, G S; Denicol, G S ; Kodama, T. ; Koide, T ; Kodama, T ; Koide, T . The effect of shear and bulk viscosities on elliptic flow. Journal of Physics. G, Nuclear and Particle Physics, v. 37, p. 094040, 2010.

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Denicol, G. S.2009Denicol, G. S.; Kodama, T. ; Koide, T. ; Mota, Ph. . Effect of bulk viscosity on elliptic flow near the QCD phase transition. Physical Review. C. Nuclear Physics (Print), v. 80, p. 064901, 2009.

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Denicol, G.S.2009Denicol, G.S.; Kodama, T. ; Koide, T. ; Mota, Ph. . Bulk viscosity effects on elliptic flow. Nuclear Physics. A (Print), v. 830, p. 729c-732c, 2009.

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DENICOL, G. S.;Denicol, G. S.;Denicol, G S;Denicol, G.S.;Denicol, Gabriel S.;Denicol, G.;Denicol, Gabriel;DENICOL, G.'S.2008DENICOL, G. S.; Kodama, T. ; Koide, T. ; Mota, Ph. . Shock propagation and stability in causal dissipative hydrodynamics. Physical Review. C. Nuclear Physics (Print), v. 78, p. 034901, 2008.

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Denicol, G S2008Denicol, G S; Koide, T ; Mota, Ph ; Kodama, T . The Landau initial condition and the role of viscosity in relativistic heavy-ion collisions. Journal of Physics. G, Nuclear and Particle Physics, v. 35, p. 104130, 2008.

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Denicol, G S2008Denicol, G S; Kodama, T ; Koide, T ; Mota, Ph . Stability and causality in relativistic dissipative hydrodynamics. Journal of Physics. G, Nuclear and Particle Physics, v. 35, p. 115102, 2008.

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DENICOL, G. S.;Denicol, G. S.;Denicol, G S;Denicol, G.S.;Denicol, Gabriel S.;Denicol, G.;Denicol, Gabriel;DENICOL, G.'S.2007DENICOL, G. S.; T. Kodama ; T. Koide ; Ph. Mota . Effects of finite size and viscosity in relativistic hydrodynamics. Nuclear Physics A, v. 787, p. 60-67, 2007.

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Ph. Mota2007Ph. Mota ; DENICOL, G. S. ; T. Koide ; T. Kodama . New formulation of causal dissipative hydrodynamics: shock wave propagation. Journal of Physics. G, Nuclear and Particle Physics, v. 34, p. S1011-S1014, 2007.

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T. Kodama2007T. Kodama ; T. Koide ; DENICOL, G. S. ; Ph. Mota . Open Problems in Hydrodynamical Approach to Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions. International Journal of Modern Physics E, v. 16, p. 763-765, 2007.

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T. Koide2006T. Koide ; DENICOL, G. S. ; Ph. Mota ; T. Kodama . Relativistic Dissipative Hydrodynamics : A minimal Causal Theory. Physical Review. C. Nuclear Physics (Print), v. 75, p. 034909, 2006.

Trabalhos completos publicados em anais de congressos
1.
DENICOL, G. S.; T. Kodama ; T. Koide ; Ph. Mota . Causal theory of relativistic dissipative hydrodynamics. In: 2nd Workshop on Particle Correlation and Femtoscopy, 2007, São Paulo. Brazilian Journal of Physics, 2006. v. 37. p. 1047-1054.

Resumos expandidos publicados em anais de congressos
1.
Ph. Mota ; DENICOL, G. S. ; T. Kodama . SPH formalism for second order thermodynamics. In: 1st Latin American Workshop on High Energy Phenomenology, 2007, Porto Alegre. Brazilian Journal of Physics, 2005. v. 37. p. 671-674.

2.
DENICOL, G. S.; T. Kodama ; T. Koide ; Ph. Mota . Casuality, memory effect and relativistic dissipative hydrodynamics. In: 36 International Symposium on Multiparticle Dynamics, 2006, Paraty. Brazilian Journal of Physics, 2006. v. 37. p. 776-778.

3.
DENICOL, G. S.; T. Kodama ; T. Koide ; Ph. Mota . Causal Structure of relativistic dissipative hydrodynamics. In: XVIII Reunião de Trabalho sobre interações Hadrônicas, 2006, São Paulo. Brazilian Journal of Physics, 2006. v. 37. p. 102-105.



Bancas



Participação em bancas de trabalhos de conclusão
Teses de doutorado
1.
MELO NETO, J. R. T. D.; KODAMA, T.; Denicol, G.; NEGREIROS, R. P.; REIS, R. R. D. R. D.; MORICONI, L. R. A.; CHIAPPARINI, M.. Participação em banca de Elvis do Amaral Soares. Nonequilibrium Phenomena in Termonuclear Supernova: from life to death os while dwarf stars. 2017. Tese (Doutorado em Física) - Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro.

2.
Denicol, G.; GUIMARAES, M. S.; OXMAN, L. E.; HELAYEL-NETO, J. A.; BARCI, D. G.. Participação em banca de Gabriel da Costa Santos Rosa. Defeitos magnéticos e quantização das teorias de Yang-Mills. 2017. Tese (Doutorado em Física) - Universidade Federal Fluminense.




Eventos



Participação em eventos, congressos, exposições e feiras
1.
Quark Matter 2017. Phenomenological constraints on the bulk viscosity of QCD. 2017. (Congresso).

2.
Relativistic Hydrodynamics: Theory and Modern Applications.Convergence of the method of moments and Chapman-Enskog theory in Relativistic kinetic theory. 2016. (Oficina).

3.
Ultra-Relativistic Heavy Ions 2016.Understanding the bulk viscosity of QCD matter. 2016. (Oficina).

4.
Collectivity in Small Colliding Systems with High Multiplicity.Dissipative limit and Knudsen number for small colliding systems. 2015. (Oficina).

5.
Forward Physics Workshop in Heavy ion Collisions.Event-plane correlations and elliptic flow distributions at RHIC and LHC. 2015. (Oficina).

6.
International Conference on Strangeness in Quark Matter 2015. Hydrodynamics and Flow: Theory Perspective. 2015. (Congresso).

7.
Program on sQGP and extreme QCD.The importance of bulk viscosity in the theoretical description of heavy ion collisions. 2015. (Oficina).

8.
Quark Matter 2015. Theory of collective dynamics : flow, fluctuations and correlations in heavy ion collisions. 2015. (Congresso).

9.
Critical Point and the Onset of Deconfinement (CPOD) 2014. The domain of validity of fluid dynamics and the onset of cavitation in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions. 2014. (Congresso).

10.
Hydrodynamics for Strongly Coupled Fluids.Fluid-dynamical modeling of ultracentral heavy ion collisions. 2014. (Oficina).

11.
Ions at the Future Circular Collider.Collision energy dependence of anisotropic flow and the temperature dependence of shear viscosity. 2014. (Oficina).

12.
Nuclear Theory/RIKEN seminar (BNL).Understanding the validity of fluid dynamics in heavy ion collisions. 2014. (Seminário).

13.
Quark Matter 2014. Extracting the bulk viscosity of the quark-gluon plasma. 2014. (Congresso).

14.
URHIC group seminar (Jyvaskyla University).Extracting the bulk viscosity of the quark-gluon plasma. 2014. (Seminário).

15.
Workshop on Particle Correlations and Femtoscopy (WPCF) 2014.How large is the Knudsen number reached in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions. 2014. (Oficina).

16.
International Conference on the Initial Stages in High-Energy Nuclear Collisions 2013 (IS2013). Derivation of Fluid dynamics from Kinetic theory. 2013. (Congresso).

17.
New frontiers in QCD (NFQCD) 2013.Extracting the bulk viscosity of the quark-gluon plasma. 2013. (Oficina).

18.
Nuclear theory group seminar (Purdue University).Shear and bulk viscosity effects on event by event relativistic fluid dynamics. 2013. (Seminário).

19.
Relativistic Aspects of Nuclear Physics (RANP) 2013.Extracting the bulk viscosity of the quark-gluon plasma. 2013. (Oficina).

20.
Topical Group on Hadronic Physics (GHP) workshop 2013.Hydrodynamics in heavy ion collisions and its derivation from kinetic theory. 2013. (Oficina).

21.
Hot Quarks 2012. Distribution of azimuthal momentum anisotropies in event-by-event fluid dynamics. 2012. (Congresso).

22.
Nuclear Theory/RIKEN seminar (BNL).Event-by-event distribution of azimuthal asymmetries in ultrarelativistic heavy-ion collisions. 2012. (Seminário).

23.
Nuclear theory group seminar (Columbia University).Event-by-event distribution of azimuthal asymmetries in ultrarelativistic heavy-ion collisions. 2012. (Seminário).

24.
Quark Matter 2012. Derivation of transient relativistic fluid dynamics from the Boltzmann equation for a multi--component system. 2012. (Congresso).

25.
URHIC group seminar (Jyvaskyla University).Microscopic origin of fluid dynamics. 2012. (Seminário).

26.
XI International Conference on Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions. Derivation of fluid dynamics from the Boltzmann equation. 2012. (Congresso).

27.
Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft--Frühjahrstagung der Fachverbände Hadronen und Kerne und Didaktik der Physik. Effects of a temperature-dependent shear viscosity-to-entropy density ratio on elliptic flow in heavy-ion collisions at RHIC and LHC. 2011. (Congresso).

28.
International Symposium of Multiparticle Dynamics.The effect of temperature dependent $\eta /s$ to particle anisotropies. 2011. (Simpósio).

29.
Quark Matter 2011. Determination of relaxation times at weak and strong coupling. 2011. (Congresso).

30.
Workshop on Particle Correlations and Femtoscopy. The effect of temperature dependent $\eta /s$ to particle anisotropies. 2011. (Congresso).

31.
41. Arbeitstreffen Kernphysik.Effects of dissipation in heavy-ion collisions. 2010. (Simpósio).

32.
Flow and dissipation in ultrarelativistic Heavy Ion Collisions, ECT. Kinetic derivation of fluid dynamics for multi-component systems. 2009. (Congresso).

33.
International Conference on Strangeness in Quark Matter 2009. The effect of shear and bulk viscosities on elliptic flow in a 3D hydrodynamic model. 2009. (Congresso).

34.
Joint CATHIE/TECHQM Workshop.$\delta f$ in multi-component systems. 2009. (Simpósio).

35.
Quark Matter 2009. Lattice QCD bulk viscosity and elliptic flow. 2009. (Congresso).

36.
Hadronic Collisions at the LHC and QCD at high density.Effects of viscosity in the Landau Model. 2008. (Oficina).

37.
XXIX Encontro Nacional de Física de Partículas e Campos.Landau Model for Rapidity and Multiplicity Distributions - The Role of Viscosity. 2008. (Encontro).

38.
Numerical and Conceptual Issues in Relativistic Hydrodynamics.Implementation of 3D hydro-simulation with shear Viscosity. 2007. (Simpósio).

39.
Second Rio - Saclay Meeting, QCD under Extreme Conditions.One Dimensional Viscous Hydrodynamics. 2007. (Encontro).

40.
X Hadron Physics.Dissipative Causal Hydrodynamics and Collective Flow. 2007. (Oficina).

41.
XXVIII Encontro Nacional de Física de Partículas e Campos. Effects of Causal Dissipative Hydrodynamics in 1D system. 2007. (Congresso).

42.
36 International Symposium on Multiparticle Dynamics.Casuality, memory effect and relativistic dissipative hydrodynamics. 2006. (Simpósio).

43.
First Rio - Saclay Meeting, Physics Beyond the standard model. 2006. (Oficina).

44.
IX International Conference on Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions. Minimal Model for Dissipative Relativistic Hydrodynamics. 2006. (Congresso).

45.
XIV Escola de Verão Jorge André Swieca de Partículas e Campos.Dissipative Causal Hydrodynamics and Collective Flow. 2006. (Oficina).

46.
XVIII Reunião de Trabalho sobre interações Hadrônicas.Causal theory of relativistic dissipative hydrodynamics. 2006. (Simpósio).




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