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Few-body Systems in Physics Laboratory

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Chief Scientist
Emiko HIYAMAD.Sci.
  • 1993年九州大学理学部物理学科卒業
  • 1995年九州大学院理学研究科修士課程修了
  • 1998年同大学院理学研究科博士課程取得
  • 1998年理化学研究所ミュオン科学研究室 基礎科学特別研究員
  • 2000年高エネルギー加速器研究機構 助手
  • 2004年奈良女子大学理学部物理科学科助教授
  • 2007年奈良女子大学理学部准教授
  • 2008年理化学研究所仁科加速器研究センター
    肥山ストレンジネス核物理研究室 准主任研究員


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Research Areas

In our laboratory, we are applying accurate few-body problem calculational method to various fields such as hypernuclear physics, unstable nuclear physics and hadron physics. As a result, we are getting new understanding by solving three- and four-body problem accurately. Especially, we are researching hypernuclear physics. The hypernucleus is composed of a hyperon, neutrons and protons. The research purpose in our laboratory is to understand interaction between hyperon and nucleon in unified way by studying the structure of the hypernuclei from the view points of three- and four-body problems.

Research Subject

  1. Study of structure of nuclei with strangeness quark from the view points of few-body problem
  2. Ultra cold atom
  3. Baryon-baryon interaction based on lattice QCD
  4. Clustering structure for 12C and 16O

List of Selected Publications

  1. D. Suenaga, K. Murakami, E. Itou, and K. Iida:
    “Probing the hadron mass spectrum in dense two-color QCD with the linear sigma model”
    Phys. Rev. D 107, 054001 (2023).
  2. E. Hiyama, M. Isaka, T. Doi, and T. Hatsuda:
    “Probing the ΞN interaction through inversion of spin-doublets in ΞNαα nuclei”
    Phys. Rev. C 106, 064318 (2022).
  3. D. Yoshida, Y. Kita, T. Shimazaki, and M. Tachikawa:
    “A comprehensive theoretical study of positron binding and annihilation properties of hydrogen bonded binary molecular clusters”
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 24, 26898 (2022).
  4. Z. Yang, G.-J. Wang, J.-J. Wu, M. Oka, and S.-L. Zhu:
    “Novel coupled channel framework connecting the quark model and lattice QCD for the near-threshold Ds states”
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 112001 (2022).
  5. Q. Meng, M. Harada, E. Hiyama, A. Hosaka, and M. Oka:
    “Doubly heavy tetraquark resonant states”
    Phys. Lett. B 824, 136800 (2021).
  6. L. Happ, M. Zimmermann, S.I. Betelu, W.P. Schleich, and M.A. Efremov:
    “Universality in a one-dimensional three-body system”
    Phys. Rev. A. 100, 012709 (2019).
  7. P. Naidon and S. Endo:
    “Efimov Physics: a review”
    Rep. Prog. Phys. 80, 056001 (2017).
  8. P. Naidon, S. Endo, and M. Ueda:
    “Microscopic Origin and Universality Classes of the Efimov Three-Body Parameter”
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 105301 (2014).
  9. E. Hiyama:
    “Gaussian expansion method for few-body systems and its applications to atomic and nuclear physics”
    Prog. Theor. Exp. Phys. 2012, 01A204 (2012).
  10. E. Hiyama:
    “Few-Body Aspects of Hypernuclear Physics”
    Few-Body Syst. 53, 189 (2012).