Index of Publications by Group Members

Last updated: Fri May 18 00:05:02 2012

2012

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1) Effective matrix model for deconfinement in pure gauge theories.
By Adrian Dumitru, Yun Guo, Yoshimasa Hidaka, Christiaan P.Korthals Altes, Robert D. Pisarski.
[arXiv:1205.0137] BNL-96946-2012-JA (May 2012) 80p.

2) Influence of a temperature-dependent shear viscosity on the azimuthal asymmetries of transverse momentum spectra in ultrarelativistic heavy-ion collisions.
By H. Niemi, G.S. Denicol, P. Huovinen, E. Molnar, D.H. Rischke.
[arXiv:1203.2452] (Mar 2012) 13p.

3) Hypernuclei, dibaryon and antinuclei production in high energy heavy ion collisions: Thermal production versus Coalescence.
By J. Steinheimer, et al.,
[arXiv:1203.2547] (Mar 2012) 8p.

4) Examination of scaling of Hanbury-Brown--Twiss radii with charged particle multiplicity.
By Gunnar Graef, Marcus Bleicher, Qingfeng Li.
Phys.Rev.C85:044901,2012. [arXiv:1203.4071]

5) UrQMD calculations of two-pion HBT correlations in central Pb-Pb collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=2.76$ TeV.
By Qingfeng Li, G. Graf, Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C85:034908,2012. [arXiv:1203.4104]

6) Formation time dependence of femtoscopic $\pi \pi$ correlations in p+p collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$=7 TeV.
By Gunnar Graef, Qingfeng Li, Marcus Bleicher.
J.Phys.G39:065101,2012. [arXiv:1203.4421]

7) Dynamical equilibration of strongly-interacting 'infinite' parton matter within the Parton-Hadron-String Dynamics (PHSD) transport approach.
By V. Ozvenchuk, O. Linnyk, M.I. Gorenstein, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing.
[arXiv:1203.4734] (Mar 2012) 21p.

8) Nonequilibrium effects in dynamic symmetry breaking.
By Marlene Nahrgang, Stefan Leupold, Marcus Bleicher.
[arXiv:1203.4998] (Mar 2012) 6p.

9) Non-thermal $p/\pi$ ratio at LHC as a consequence of hadronic final state interactions.
By Jan Steinheimer, Jorg Aichelin, Marcus Bleicher.
[arXiv:1203.5302] (Mar 2012) 4p.

10) Jets, Bulk Matter, and their Interaction in Heavy Ion Collisions at Several TeV.
By K. Werner, Iu. Karpenko, M. Bleicher, T. Pierog, S. Porteboeuf-Houssais.
[arXiv:1203.5704] (Mar 2012) 16p.

11) Effects of nuclear absorption on the $\bar{\Lambda}/\bar{p}$ ratio in relativistic heavy-ion collisions.
By Fuqiang Wang, Marlene Nahrgang, Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C85:031902,2012.

12) Cluster decay of superheavy nuclei.
By D.N. Poenaru, R.A. Gherghescu, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C85:034615,2012.

13) Physics on Smallest Scales - An Introduction to Minimal Length Phenomenology.
By Martin Sprenger, Piero Nicolini, Marcus Bleicher.
Eur.J.Phys.33:853-862,2012. [arXiv:1202.1500]

14) Derivation of transient relativistic fluid dynamics from the Boltzmann equation.
By G.S. Denicol, H. Niemi, E. Molnar, D.H. Rischke.
[arXiv:1202.4551] (Feb 2012) 27p.

15) The QGP phase in relativistic heavy-ion collisions.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, et al.,
[arXiv:1202.4891] (Feb 2012)

16) How stable are transport model results to changes of resonance parameters? A UrQMD model study.
By Jochen Gerhard, Bjorn Bauchle, Volker Lindenstruth, Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C85:044912,2012. [arXiv:1202.5768]

17) Pseudo-Complex General Relativity: Schwarzschild, Reissner-Nordstr\'om and Kerr Solutions.
By Gunther Caspar, Thomas Schonenbach, Peter Otto Hess, Mirko Schafer, Walter Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E21:1250015,2012. [arXiv:1202.6561]

18) Suppression of high transverse momenta hadrons in Pb+Pb collisions at LHC.
By Subrata Pal & Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Lett.B709:82-86,2012. [arXiv:1201.2546]

19) Azimuthal anisotropies for Au+Au collisions in the parton-hadron transient energy range.
By V.P. Konchakovski, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C85:044922,2012. [arXiv:1201.3320]

20) Resonance States in an Effective Chiral Hadronic Model.
By P. Rau, J. Steinheimer, S. Schramm, H. Stocker.
[arXiv:1201.3834] (Jan 2012) 4p.

21) Phase space structure and dynamics within the time-dependent Hartree-Fock approach.
By N. Loebl, et al.,
[arXiv:1201.5269] (Jan 2012) 10p.

22) Dynamic microscopic study of pre-equilibrium giant resonance excitation and fusion in the reactions $^{132}$Sn+$^{48}$Ca and $^{124}$Sn+$^{40}$Ca.
By V.E. Oberacker, A.S. Umar, J.A. Maruhn, P.G. Reinhard.
Phys.Rev.C85:034609,2012. [arXiv:1201.5318]

23) Possibilities for synthesis of new isotopes of superheavy elements in fusion reactions.
By V.I. Zagrebaev, A.V. Karpov, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C85:014608,2012.

24) Hadronization and Hadronic Freeze-Out in Relativistic Nuclear Collisions.
By Francesco Becattini, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C85:044921,2012. [arXiv:1201.6349]

25) KNO scaling of fluctuations in pp and pA, and eccentricities in heavy-ion collisions.
By Adrian Dumitru & Yasushi Nara.
Phys.Rev.C85:034907,2012. [arXiv:1201.6382]

26) The universal machine on course.
By Oliver Kester, Hans-Dieter Kramer, Hartmut Eickhoff, Horst Stocker.
Physik J.11N1:31-36,2012.

27) Superheavy nuclei and beyond: Hypermatter and antimatter.
By Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.Conf.Ser.337:012002,2012.

28) The quark-gluon plasma, a nearly perfect fluid.
By L. Cifarelli, L.P. Csernai, H. Stocker.
Europhys.News 43N2:29-31,2012.


2011

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 UFTP home

1) Hyperons and massive neutron stars: vector repulsion and SU(3) symmetry.
By Simon Weissenborn, Debarati Chatterjee, Juergen Schaffner-Bielich.
[arXiv:1112.0234] (Dec 2011) 25p.

2) Theoretical analysis of a possible observation of the chiral magnetic effect in Au + Au collisions within the RHIC beam energy scan program.
By V.D. Toneev, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C85:034910,2012. [arXiv:1112.2595]

3) Phenomenology of high gluon density QCD and heavy-ion physics at ISMD 2011: x smaller than ever!
By Adrian Dumitru.
[arXiv:1112.3081] RBRC-934 (Dec 2011) 10p.

4) Effect of temperature-dependent eta/s on flow anisotropies.
By Harri Niemi, Gabriel S. Denicol, Pasi Huovinen, Etele Molnar, Dirk H. Rischke.
Acta Phys.Polon.Supp. 5:305,2012. [arXiv:1112.4081]

5) Initial conditions for dipole evolution beyond the McLerran-Venugopalan model.
By Adrian Dumitru & Elena Petreska.
Nucl.Phys.A879:59-76,2012. [arXiv:1112.4760]

6) From FAIR to RHIC, hyper clusters and an effective strange EoS for QCD.
By J. Steinheimer, et al.,
[arXiv:1112.5284] (Dec 2011) 8p.

7) Physics Prospects at FAIR.
By M. Bleicher, M. Nahrgang, J. Steinheimer, Pedro Bicudo.
[arXiv:1112.5286] (Dec 2011) 8p.

8) Strange matter in core-collapse supernovae.
By I. Sagert, et al.,
[arXiv:1112.6328] (Dec 2011) 8p.

9) Micro black holes in the laboratory.
By Marcus Bleicher, Piero Nicolini, Martin Sprenger, Elizabeth Winstanley.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E20S2:7-14,2011. [arXiv:1111.0657]

10) Quantum Gravity signals in neutrino oscillations.
By Martin Sprenger, Piero Nicolini, Marcus Bleicher.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E20S2:1-6,2011. [arXiv:1111.2341]

11) Analysis of dilepton production in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(s_NN)=200 GeV within the Parton-Hadron-String Dynamics (PHSD) transport approach.
By O. Linnyk, W. Cassing, J. Manninen, E.L. Bratkovskaya, C.M. Ko.
Phys.Rev.C85:024910,2012. [arXiv:1111.2975]

12) Gluon saturation in $pA$ collisions at the LHC: KLN model predictions for hadron multiplicities.
By Adrian Dumitru, Dmitri E. Kharzeev, Eugene M. Levin, Yasushi Nara.
Phys. Rev. C85: 044920,2012. [arXiv:1111.3031]

13) The QCD Phase Diagram in Chiral Fluid Dynamics.
By Marlene Nahrgang & Marcus Bleicher.
Acta Phys.Polon.Supp.4:609-614,2011. [arXiv:1111.3771]

14) Hyperons and massive neutron stars: the role of hyperon potentials.
By Simon Weissenborn, Debarati Chatterjee, Juergen Schaffner-Bielich.
Nucl.Phys.A881:62-77,2012. [arXiv:1111.6049]

15) Soft nuclear equation-of-state from heavy-ion data and implications for compact stars.
By Irina Sagert, Laura Tolos, Debarati Chatterjee, Juergen Schaffner-Bielich, Christian Sturm.
[arXiv:1111.6058] (Nov 2011) 5p.

16) Absence of a maximum in the S factor at deep sub-barrier energies in the fusion reaction Ca-40 + Ca-40.
By Serban Misicu & Florin Carstoiu.
Phys.Rev.C84:051601,2011.

17) Restoration of chiral symmetry in the large-N_c limit.
By Achim Heinz, Francesco Giacosa, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D85:056005,2012. [arXiv:1110.1528]

18) Microscopic Composition of Ion-Ion Interaction Potentials.
By A.S. Umar, V.E. Oberacker, J.A. Maruhn, P.G. Reinhard.
Phys.Rev.C85:017602,2012. [arXiv:1110.1748]

19) The O(2) model in polar coordinates at nonzero temperature.
By Martin Grahl, Elina Seel, Francesco Giacosa, Dirk H. Rischke.
[arXiv:1110.2698] (Oct 2011) 16p.

20) Production of heavy and superheavy neutron-rich nuclei in neutron capture processes.
By V.I. Zagrebaev, A.V. Karpov, I.N. Mishustin, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C84:044617,2011.

21) Light Clusters in Nuclear Matter: Excluded Volume versus Quantum Many-Body Approaches.
By Matthias Hempel, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich, Stefan Typel, Gerd Ropke.
Phys.Rev.C84:055804,2011. [arXiv:1109.0252]

22) Rise of azimuthal anisotropies as a signature of the Quark-Gluon-Plasma in relativistic heavy-ion collisions.
By V.P. Konchakovski, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, V.D. Toneev, V. Voronyuk.
Phys.Rev.C85:011902,2012. [arXiv:1109.3039]

23) Baryon Resonances in a Chiral Hadronic Model for the QCD Equation of State.
By Philip Rau, Jan Steinheimer, Stefan Schramm, Horst Stocker.
Phys.Rev.C85:025204,2012. [arXiv:1109.3621]

24) Kubo formulae for relativistic fluids in strong magnetic fields.
By Xu-Guang Huang, Armen Sedrakian, Dirk H. Rischke.
Annals Phys.326:3075-3094,2011. [arXiv:1108.0602]

25) New Equations of State in Simulations of Core-Collapse Supernovae.
By Matthias Hempel, Tobias Fischer, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich, Matthias Liebendorfer.
Astrophys. J. 748:70,2012. [arXiv:1108.0848]

26) Gluons and the quark sea at high energies: Distributions, polarization, tomography.
By Daniel Boer, et al.,
[arXiv:1108.1713] INT-PUB-11-034 (Aug 2011) 547p.

27) Study of chiral symmetry restoration in linear and nonlinear O(N) models using the auxiliary field method.
By Elina Seel, Stefan Struber, Francesco Giacosa, Dirk H. Rischke.
[arXiv:1108.1918] (Aug 2011) 12p.

28) The hadronic SU(3) Parity Doublet Model for Dense Matter, its extension to quarks and the strange equation of state.
By J. Steinheimer, S. Schramm, H. Stocker.
Phys.Rev.C84:045208,2011. [arXiv:1108.2596]

29) Renormalization group evolution of multi-gluon correlators in high energy QCD.
By Adrian Dumitru, Jamal Jalilian-Marian, Tuomas Lappi, Bjoern Schenke, Raju Venugopalan.
Phys.Lett.B706:219-224,2011. [arXiv:1108.4764]

30) Determination of the Shear Viscosity Relaxation Time at Weak and Strong Coupling.
By G.S. Denicol, J. Noronha, H. Niemi, D.H. Rischke.
J.Phys.G38:124177,2011. [arXiv:1108.6230]

31) The Quest for the Heaviest Uranium Isotope.
By S. Schramm, D. Gridnev, D.V. Tarasov, V.N. Tarasov, W. Greiner.
[arXiv:1107.1055] (Jul 2011) 4p.

32) Validity of the Hadronic Freeze-Out Curve.
By F. Becattini, et al.,
J.Phys.G38:124075,2011. [arXiv:1107.1574]

33) Dilepton production in nucleus-nucleus collisions at top SPS energy within the Parton-Hadron-String Dynamics (PHSD) transport approach.
By O. Linnyk, E.L. Bratkovskaya, V. Ozvenchuk, W. Cassing, C.M. Ko.
Phys.Rev.C84:054917,2011. [arXiv:1107.3402]

34) The Low energy frontier: What is exciting about physics below the top RHIC energy.
By Marcus Bleicher.
[arXiv:1107.3482] (Jul 2011) 8p.

35) CGC initial conditions at RHIC and LHC.
By Javier L. Albacete, Adrian Dumitru, Yasushi Nara.
J.Phys.Conf.Ser.316:012011,2011. [arXiv:1106.0978]

36) Properties of the partonic phase at RHIC within PHSD.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, et al.,
J.Phys.Conf.Ser.316:012027,2011. [arXiv:1106.1859]

37) Strangeness Production close to Threshold in Proton-Nucleus and Heavy-Ion Collisions.
By Christoph Hartnack, Helmut Oeschler, Yvonne Leifels, Elena L. Bratkovskaya, Jorg Aichelin.
Phys.Rept.510:119-200,2012. [arXiv:1106.2083]

38) Static and Dynamic Chain Structures in the Mean-Field Theory.
By T. Ichikawa, et al.,
[arXiv:1106.3185] (Jun 2011) 6p.

39) Heavy particle radioactivities of superheavy nuclei.
By D.N. Poenaru, R.A. Gherghescu, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.Lett.107:062503,2011. [arXiv:1106.3271]

40) Linear chain structure of four-$\alpha$ clusters in $^{16}$O.
By T. Ichikawa, J.A. Maruhn, N. Itagaki, S. Ohkubo.
Phys.Rev.Lett.107:112501,2011. [arXiv:1106.3443]

41) Microscopic Calculation of Heavy-Ion Potentials Based on TDHF.
By A.S. Umar, V.E. Oberacker, J.A. Maruhn, P.-G. Reinhard.
EPJ Web Conf.17:07002,2011. [arXiv:1106.3492]

42) Directed, Elliptic and Triangular Flows in Asymmetric Heavy Ion Collisions.
By M. Bleicher, et al.,
[arXiv:1106.3647] (Jun 2011) 9p.

43) Stability Peninsulas on the Neutron Drip Line.
By V.N. Tarasov, et al.,
[arXiv:1106.5910] (Jun 2011) 10p.

44) Detecting quark matter in the early universe by gravitational waves.
By Simon Schettler, M.Tillmann Boeckel, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
[arXiv:1105.0339] (May 2011) 10p.

45) Nonequilibrium chiral fluid dynamics including dissipation and noise.
By Marlene Nahrgang, Stefan Leupold, Christoph Herold, Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C84:024912,2011. [arXiv:1105.0622]

46) A little inflation at the cosmological QCD phase transition.
By Tillmann Boeckel & Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
[arXiv:1105.0832] (May 2011) 17p.

47) Production of spectator hypermatter in relativistic heavy-ion collisions.
By A.S. Botvina, K.K. Gudima, J. Steinheimer, M. Bleicher, I.N. Mishustin.
Phys.Rev.C84:064904,2011. [arXiv:1105.1341]

48) Equilibration and relaxation times at the chiral phase transition including reheating.
By Marlene Nahrgang, Stefan Leupold, Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Lett.B711:109-116,2012. [arXiv:1105.1396]

49) Superheavies: Theoretical incitements and predictions.
By V.I. Zagrebaev & Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C83:044618,2011. [arXiv:1105.1659]

50) The impact of dissipation and noise on fluctuations in chiral fluid dynamics.
By Marlene Nahrgang, Marcus Bleicher, Stefan Leupold, Igor Mishustin.
[arXiv:1105.1962] (May 2011)

51) Two-gluon correlations and initial conditions for small-x evolution.
By Adrian Dumitru, Jamal Jalilian-Marian, Elena Petreska.
Phys.Rev.D84:014018,2011. [arXiv:1105.4155]

52) Consistent description of hindrance in sub-barrier fusion of Ca-48 with S-36, Ca-48, and Zr-96.
By Serban Misicu & Florin Carstoiu.
Phys.Rev.C83:054622,2011.

53) Equilibration in the time-dependent Hartree-Fock approach probed with the Wigner distribution function.
By N. Loebl, J.A. Maruhn, P.-G. Reinhard.
Phys.Rev.C84:034608,2011. [arXiv:1104.1941]

54) Monte-Carlo Simulations of Electron Channelling a Bent (110) Channel in Silicon.
By Andriy Kostyuk, Andrei Korol, Andrey Solov'yov, Walter Greiner.
[arXiv:1104.3890] (Apr 2011) 16p.

55) Core-corona separation in the UrQMD hybrid model.
By J. Steinheimer & M. Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C84:024905,2011. [arXiv:1104.3981]

56) Shape analysis of strongly-interacting systems: The Heavy ion case.
By M.A. Lisa, et al.,
New J.Phys.13:065006,2011. [arXiv:1104.5267]

57) Hybrid approaches to heavy ion collisions and future perspectives.
By Marlene Nahrgang, Christoph Herold, Stefan Schramm, Marcus Bleicher.
[arXiv:1103.0753] (Mar 2011)

58) Microscopic Origin of the Shear Relaxation Time in Causal Dissipative Fluid Dynamics.
By Gabriel S. Denicol, Harri Niemi, Jorge Noronha, Dirk H. Rischke.
[arXiv:1103.2476] (Mar 2011) 10p.

59) Core collapse supernovae in the QCD phase diagram.
By T. Fischer, et al.,
[arXiv:1103.3004] (Mar 2011) 19p.

60) The Glueball in a Chiral Linear Sigma Model with Vector Mesons.
By Stanislaus Janowski, Denis Parganlija, Francesco Giacosa, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D84:054007,2011. [arXiv:1103.3238]

61) (Electro-)Magnetic field evolution in relativistic heavy-ion collisions.
By V. Voronyuk, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C83:054911,2011. [arXiv:1103.4239]

62) The Rise and Fall of the Ridge in Heavy Ion Collisions.
By Paul Sorensen, Boris Bolliet, Agnes Mocsy, Yadav Pandit, Navneet Pruthi.
Phys.Lett.B705:71-75,2011. [arXiv:1102.1403]

63) Hadronic and electromagnetic probes of hot and dense matter in a Boltzmann+Hydrodynamics model of relativistic nuclear collisions.
By E. Santini, et al.,
Nuovo Cim.C34N2:119-126,2011. [arXiv:1102.1877]

64) Quark Matter In Massive Neutron Stars.
By Simon Weissenborn, Irina Sagert, Giuseppe Pagliara, Matthias Hempel, Jurgen Schaffner- Bielich.
Astrophys.J.740:L14,2011. [arXiv:1102.2869]

65) Dilepton production in proton-proton collisions at top RHIC energy.
By Jaakko Manninen, Elena Bratkovskaya, Wolfgang Cassing, Olena Linnyk.
J.Phys.Conf.Ser.270:012039,2011. [arXiv:1102.3019]

66) Dilepton production from parton interactions in the early stage of relativistic heavy-ion collisions.
By O. Linnyk, E.L. Bratkovskaya, J. Manninen, W. Cassing.
J.Phys.Conf.Ser.312:012010,2011. [arXiv:1102.3624]

67) Dimuon radiation at the CERN SPS within a (3+1)d hydrodynamic+cascade model.
By E. Santini, J. Steinheimer, M. Bleicher, S. Schramm.
Phys.Rev.C84:014901,2011. [arXiv:1102.4574]

68) Origin of the Relaxation Time in Dissipative Fluid Dynamics.
By Gabriel S. Denicol, Jorge Noronha, Harri Niemi, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D83:074019,2011. [arXiv:1102.4780]

69) Self-interacting Dark Matter Energy Density.
By Rainer Stiele, Tillmann Boeckel, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
PoS Texas2010:219,2010. [arXiv:1102.5292]

70) Dynamical equilibration in strongly-interacting parton-hadron matter.
By Vitalii Ozvenchuk, Elena Bratkovskaya, Olena Linnyk, Mark Gorenstein, Wolfgang Cassing.
[arXiv:1101.0218] (Jan 2011) 4p.

71) Analyzing the Power Spectrum of the Little Bangs.
By Agnes Mocsy & Paul Sorensen.
Nucl.Phys.A855:241-244,2011. [arXiv:1101.1926]

72) Influence of the shear viscosity of the quark-gluon plasma on elliptic flow in ultrarelativistic heavy-ion collisions.
By Harri Niemi, Gabriel S. Denicol, Pasi Huovinen, Etele Molnar, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.Lett.106:212302,2011. [arXiv:1101.2442]

73) Fluid Dynamical Prediction of Changed v1-flow at LHC.
By L.P. Csernai, V.K. Magas, H. Stocker, D.D. Strottman.
Phys.Rev.C84:024914,2011. [arXiv:1101.3451]

74) Demodulation of a positron beam in a bent crystal channel.
By A. Kostyuk, A.V. Korol, A.V. Solov'yov, W. Greiner.
Nucl.Instrum.Meth.B269:1482-1492,2011. [arXiv:1101.4138]

75) Magnetic field generated by r-modes in accreting quark stars.
By L. Bonanno, C. Cuofano, A. Drago, G. Pagliara, J. Schaffner-Bielich.
Astron.Astrophys.532:A15,2011. [arXiv:1101.4875]

76) Single universal curve for cluster radioactivities and alpha decay.
By D.N. Poenaru, R.A. Gherghescu, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C83:014601,2011.

77) Parton-Hadron-String Dynamics at Relativistic Collider Energies.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, V.P. Konchakovski, O. Linnyk.
Nucl.Phys.A856:162-182,2011. [arXiv:1101.5793]

78) Nonrelativistic limit of point-coupling model.
By A. Sulaksono, T.J. Burvenich, P.O. Hess, J.A. Maruhn.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E20:139-163,2011.

79) Bulk properties of strongly interacting matter.
By S. Leupold, et al.,
Lect.Notes Phys.814:39-334,2011.

80) Collision dynamics.
By J. Knoll, et al.,
Lect.Notes Phys.814:531-680,2011.

81) Observables and predictions.
By P. Senger, et al.,
Lect.Notes Phys.814:681-847,2011.

82) Hot quarks. Proceedings, Workshop for Young Scientists on the Physics of Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions, La Londe-les-Maures, France, June 21-26, 2010.
By Markus Bleicher (ed.), et al.,
J. Phys. Conf. Ser. 270 (2011) nonconsec. pa.

83) Theoretical view of SPS and RHIC dilepton measurements.
By Elena L. Bratkovskaya.
Nucl.Phys.A855:133-140,2011.

84) Event-by-event fluctuations in relativistic nuclear collisions within microscopic transport approach - HSD.
By V.P. Konchakovski, M.I. Gorenstein, E.L. Bratkovskaya.
Indian J.Phys.85:1-4,2011.

85) Fusion excitation function of $^{64}NI + ^{112-132}SN$ Reactions studied on the dynamical cluster decay model.
By M.K. Sharma, S. Kanwar, G. Sawhney, R.K. Gupta, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G38:055104,2011.

86) The spin-current tensor contribution in collision dynamics.
By Yoritaka Iwata & Joachim A. Maruhn.
J.Phys.Conf.Ser.295:012126,2011.

87) Dilepton production at SPS and RHIC energies within the PHSD off-shell transport approach.
By O. Linnyk, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing.
J.Phys.Conf.Ser.316:012028,2011.

88) Di-jet correlations in heavy-ion collisions at RHIC energies within the microscopic HSD transport approach.
By V.P. Konchakovski, O. Linnyk, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, M.I. Gorenstein.
J.Phys.Conf.Ser.312:012009,2011.

89) Dilepton production at SPS and RHIC energies.
By O. Linnyk, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing.
PoS Bormio2011:029,2011.

90) Sensitivity of the elliptic flow to a temperature-dependent shear viscosity-to-entropy density ratio.
By H. Niemi, G.S. Denicol, P. Huovinen, E. Molnar, D.H. Rischke.
J.Phys.G38:124050,2011.

91) Fluctuation signals and the critical point.
By M. Nahrgang, T. Schuster, M. Mitrovski, R. Stock, M. Bleicher.
J.Phys.G38:124150,2011.

92) Micro black holes in the laboratory and other experimental signatures of quantum gravity.
By Marcus Bleicher & Martin Sprenger.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E20:85-93,2011.

93) Extension of the periodic system: Superheavy, superstrange, antimatter nuclei.
By Alexander Karpov, Valery Zagrebaev, Walter Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E20:263-280,2011.

94) Nonequilibrium parton dynamics in the strongly interacting QGP.
By W. Cassing & E.L. Bratkovskaya.
Phys.Part.Nucl.Lett.8:818-822,2011.

95) The facility for antiproton and ion research FAIR.
By C. Sturm & H. Stocker.
Phys.Part.Nucl.Lett.8:865-868,2011.

96) Strong electromagnetic fields and neutron stars. Proceedings, 2nd International Symposium, SMFNS 2011, Varadero, Cuba, May 5-7, 2011.
By Aurora Perez Martinez (ed.), et al.,
Int. J. Mod. Phys. Proc. Suppl. 2E20 (2011) 1-22.

97) Nuclear and astroparticle physics. Proceedings, 1st Caribbean Symposium, STARS 2011, Havana, Cuba, May 1-4, 2011.
By Aurora Perez Martinez (ed.), et al.,
Int. J. Mod. Phys. Proc. Suppl. 1E20 (2011) 1-30.


2010

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 UFTP home

1) Dilepton production in the strongly interacting quark-gluon plasma.
By O. Linnyk, W. Cassing, E.L. Bratkovskaya, J. Manninen.
Nucl.Phys.A855:273-276,2011. [arXiv:1012.0252]

2) The Cosmological QCD Phase Transition Revisited.
By Tillmann Boeckel, Simon Schettler, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys.66:266-270,2011. [arXiv:1012.3342]

3) Enhanced spin-current tensor contribution in collision dynamics.
By Yoritaka Iwata & Joachim A. Maruhn.
Phys.Rev.C84:014616,2011. [arXiv:1012.3363]

4) The Quantum Liquid of Alpha Clusters.
By Florin Carstoiu & Serban Misicu.
AIP Conf.Proc.1304:144,2010. [arXiv:1012.3728]

5) Quarkonium spectral functions with complex potential.
By Peter Petreczky, Chuan Miao, Agnes Mocsy.
Nucl.Phys.A855:125-132,2011. [arXiv:1012.4433]

6) Second order dissipative fluid dynamics from kinetic theory.
By B. Betz, et al.,
EPJ Web Conf.13:07005,2011. [arXiv:1012.5772]

7) Correspondence between HBT radii and the emission zone in non-central heavy ion collisions.
By E. Mount, G. Graef, M. Mitrovski, M. Bleicher, M.A. Lisa.
Phys.Rev.C84:014908,2011. [arXiv:1012.5941]

8) Inner crusts of neutron stars in strongly quantising magnetic fields.
By Rana Nandi, Debades Bandyopadhyay, Igor N. Mishustin, Walter Greiner.
Astrophys.J.736:156,2011. [arXiv:1012.5970]

9) Localization in light nuclei.
By P.-G. Reinhard, J.A. Maruhn, A.S. Umar, V.E. Oberacker.
Phys.Rev.C83:034312,2011. [arXiv:1011.0224]

10) Core-collapse supernova explosions triggered by a quark-hadron phase transition during the early post-bounce phase.
By T. Fischer, et al.,
Astrophys.J.Suppl.194:39,2011. [arXiv:1011.3409]

11) How Wide is the Transition to Deconfinement?
By Adrian Dumitru, Yun Guo, Yoshimasa Hidaka, Christiaan P.Korthals Altes, Robert D. Pisarski.
Phys.Rev.D83:034022,2011. [arXiv:1011.3820]

12) Nuclear absorption effects on Lambda-bar/p-bar ratio in heavy ion collisions.
By Fuqiang Wang & Marcus Bleicher.
[arXiv:1011.4289] (Nov 2010) 5p.

13) A model for gluon production in heavy-ion collisions at the LHC with rcBK unintegrated gluon densities.
By Javier L. ALbacete & Adrian Dumitru.
[arXiv:1011.5161] (Nov 2010) 9p.

14) Neutrino oscillations as a novel probe for a minimal length.
By Martin Sprenger, Marcus Bleicher, Piero Nicolini.
Class.Quant.Grav.28:235019,2011. [arXiv:1011.5225]

15) Non-equilibrium fluctuations at the QCD phase transition.
By Marlene Nahrgang & Marcus Bleicher.
J.Phys.Conf.Ser.270:012059,2011. [arXiv:1011.5379]

16) Evidence for hydrodynamic evolution in proton-proton scattering at 900 GeV.
By K. Werner, Iu. Karpenko, T. Pierog, M. Bleicher, K. Mikhailov.
Phys.Rev.C83:044915,2011. [arXiv:1010.0400]

17) Cluster Expansion of Cold Alpha Matter Energy.
By F. Carstoiu, S Misicu, V. Balanica, M. Lassaut.
Rom.J.Phys.55:933,2010. [arXiv:1010.0840]

18) Production of light nuclei, hypernuclei and their antiparticles in relativistic nuclear collisions.
By A. Andronic, P. Braun-Munzinger, J. Stachel, H. Stocker.
Phys.Lett.B697:203-207,2011. [arXiv:1010.2995]

19) Bulk Viscosity and Relaxation Time of Causal Dissipative Relativistic Fluid Dynamics.
By Xu-Guang Huang, Takeshi Kodama, Tomoi Koide, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.C83:024906,2011. [arXiv:1010.4359]

20) Imprints of the QCD Phase Transition on the Spectrum of Gravitational Waves.
By Simon Schettler, Tillmann Boeckel, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Phys.Rev.D83:064030,2011. [arXiv:1010.4857]

21) Quarkonium in a non-ideal hot QCD Plasma.
By Adrian Dumitru.
Prog.Theor.Phys.Suppl.187:87-95,2011. [arXiv:1010.5218]

22) Heavy quarkonium: progress, puzzles, and opportunities.
By N. Brambilla, et al.,
Eur.Phys.J.C71:1534,2011. [arXiv:1010.5827]

23) A Linear Sigma Model with Three Flavors and Vector and Axial-Vector Mesons.
By Denis Parganlija, Francesco Giacosa, Dirk H. Rischke, Peter Kovacs, Gyorgy Wolf.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.A26:607-609,2011. [arXiv:1009.2250]

24) System-size dependence of the pion freeze-out volume as a potential signature for the phase transition to a Quark Gluon Plasma.
By Qingfeng Li, Caiwan Shen, Marcus Bleicher.
[arXiv:1009.3334] (Sep 2010) 12p.

25) An Effective chiral Hadron-Quark Equation of State.
By J. Steinheimer, S. Schramm, H. Stocker.
J.Phys.G38:035001,2011. [arXiv:1009.5239]

26) Low mass dimuons within a hybrid approach.
By Elvira Santini & Marcus Bleicher.
J.Phys.Conf.Ser.270:012040,2011. [arXiv:1009.5266]

27) The Ridge in proton-proton collisions at the LHC.
By Adrian Dumitru, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B697:21-25,2011. [arXiv:1009.5295]

28) Can a supernova bang twice?
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich, et al.,
Prog.Theor.Phys.Suppl.186:93-98,2010. [arXiv:1009.6096]

29) Forward dijets in high-energy collisions: Evolution of QCD n-point functions beyond the dipole approximation.
By Adrian Dumitru & Jamal Jalilian-Marian.
Phys.Rev.D82:074023,2010. [arXiv:1008.0480]

30) Planar Channeling of 855 MeV Electrons in Silicon: Monte-Carlo Simulations.
By Andriy Kostyuk, Andrei Korol, Andrey Solov'yov, Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.B.At.Mol.Opt.Phys.44:075208,2011. [arXiv:1008.1707]

31) Direct Photons from a Hybrid Approach -- Exploring the parameter space.
By Bjoern Bauchle & Marcus Bleicher.
J.Phys.Conf.Ser.270:012031,2011. [arXiv:1008.1862]

32) Direct photon calculations in heavy-ion collisions at $ \sqrt {s_{NN})$ = 62.4 - 200 AGeV in a (3+1) dimensional hybrid approach.
By Bjorn Bauchle & Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C82:064901,2010. [arXiv:1008.2332]

33) Transport and hydrodynamic calculations of direct photons at FAIR.
By Bjoern Bauchle & Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Lett.B695:489-494,2011. [arXiv:1008.2338]

34) The Sound of the Little Bangs.
By Agnes Mocsy & Paul Sorensen.
[arXiv:1008.3381] (Aug 2010) 4p.

35) Baryon formation and dissociation in dense hadronic and quark matter.
By Jin-cheng Wang, Qun Wang, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Lett.B704:347-353,2011. [arXiv:1008.4029]

36) Initial Conditions and Global Event Properties from Color Glass Condensate.
By Adrian Dumitru.
Nucl.Phys.A854:71-75,2011. [arXiv:1008.5162]

37) Jets propagation through a hadron-string medium.
By V.P. Konchakovski, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, M.I. Gorenstein.
Phys.Rev.C82:037902,2010. [arXiv:1007.0557]

38) Signatures of the strongly interacting QGP in relativistic heavy-ion collisions.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, O. Linnyk, V.P. Konchakovski, M.I. Gorenstein, W. Cassing.
[arXiv:1007.2812] (Jul 2010) 10p.

39) Microscopic study of the $^{132,124}$Sn+$^{96}$Zr reactions: dynamic excitation energy, energy-dependent heavy-ion potential, and capture cross section.
By V.E. Oberacker, A.S. Umar, J.A. Maruhn, P.-G. Reinhard.
Phys.Rev.C82:034603,2010. [arXiv:1007.4774]

40) Investigation of shock waves in the relativistic Riemann problem: A Comparison of viscous fluid dynamics to kinetic theory.
By I. Bouras, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C82:024910,2010. [arXiv:1006.0387]

41) On possibility of synthesizing superheavy elements in nuclear explosions.
By Alexander Botvina, Igor Mishustin, Valery Zagrebaev, Walter Greiner.
[arXiv:1006.4738] (Jun 2010) 15p.

42) Light tetraquark state at nonzero temperature.
By Achim Heinz, Stefan Struber, Francesco Giacosa, Dirk H. Rischke.
Acta Phys.Polon.Supp.3:925-930,2010. [arXiv:1006.5393]

43) Dilepton production in p+p, Cu+Cu and Au+Au collisions at 200 AGeV.
By J. Manninen, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, O. Linnyk.
Eur.Phys.J.C71:1615,2011. [arXiv:1005.0500]

44) QCD-like theories at nonzero temperature and density.
By Tian Zhang, Tomas Brauner, Dirk H. Rischke.
JHEP 1006:064,2010. [arXiv:1005.2928]

45) Exploring the QCD phase transition in core collapse supernova simulations in spherical symmetry.
By T. Fischery, et al.,
[arXiv:1005.4479] (May 2010) 14p.

46) Azimuthal anisotropy: transition from hydrodynamic flow to jet suppression.
By Roy A. Lacey, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C82:034910,2010. [arXiv:1005.4979]

47) Universal Flow-Driven Conical Emission in Ultrarelativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions.
By Barbara Betz, Jorge Noronha, Giorgio Torrieri, Miklos Gyulassy, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.Lett.105:222301,2010. [arXiv:1005.5461]

48) Event-by-Event Simulation of the Three-Dimensional Hydrodynamic Evolution from Flux Tube Initial Conditions in Ultrarelativistic Heavy Ion Collisions.
By K. Werner, Iu. Karpenko, T. Pierog, M. Bleicher, K. Mikhailov.
Phys.Rev.C82:044904,2010. [arXiv:1004.0805]

49) Entrance Channel Dynamics of Hot and Cold Fusion Reactions Leading to Superheavy Elements.
By A.S. Umar, V.E. Oberacker, J.A. Maruhn, P.-G. Reinhard.
Phys.Rev.C81:064607,2010. [arXiv:1004.2677]

50) Covariant transport approach for strongly interacting partonic systems.
By W. Cassing & E.L. Bratkovskaya.
J.Phys.Conf.Ser.230:012001,2010. [arXiv:1004.3064]

51) Dileptons from the nonequilibrium Quark-Gluon Plasma.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, O. Linnyk, W. Cassing.
J.Phys.Conf.Ser.230:012032,2010. [arXiv:1004.3069]

52) Relativistic Shock Waves and Mach Cones in Viscous Gluon Matter.
By Ioannis Bouras, et al.,
J.Phys.Conf.Ser.230:012045,2010. [arXiv:1004.4615]

53) Structure of Scalar Mesons f(0)(600), a(0)(980), f(0)(1370) and a(0)(1450).
By Denis Parganlija, Francesco Giacosa, Dirk H. Rischke.
Acta Phys.Polon.Supp.3:963-968,2010. [arXiv:1004.4817]

54) Dissipative relativistic fluid dynamics: a new way to derive the equations of motion from kinetic theory.
By G.S. Denicol, T. Koide, D.H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.Lett.105:162501,2010. [arXiv:1004.5013]

55) Consistency of Field-Theoretical and Kinetic Calculations of Viscous Transport Coefficients for a Relativistic Fluid.
By Gabriel S. Denicol, Xu-Guang Huang, Tomoi Koide, Dirk H. Rischke.
[arXiv:1003.0780] (Mar 2010) 4p.

56) Hadron-quark phase transistion at nonzero isospin density: The Effect of quark pairing.
By G. Pagliara & J. Schaffner-Bielich.
Phys.Rev.D81:094024,2010. [arXiv:1003.1017]

57) Conical Emission from Shock Waves in Ne(1-20 AGeV)+U Collisions.
By Philip Rau, et al.,
[arXiv:1003.1232] (Mar 2010) 8p.

58) Cosmological implications of a Dark Matter self-interaction energy density.
By Rainer Stiele, Tillmann Boeckel, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Phys.Rev.D81:123513,2010. [arXiv:1003.2304]

59) Strange quark matter in explosive astrophysical systems.
By Irina Sagert, et al.,
J.Phys.G37:094064,2010. [arXiv:1003.2320]

60) True ternary fission of superheavy nuclei.
By V.I. Zagrebaev, A.V. Karpov, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C81:044608,2010. [arXiv:1003.2900]

61) Microscopic Description of Nuclear Fission Dynamics.
By A.S. Umar, V.E. Oberacker, J.A. Maruhn, P.-G. Reinhard.
J.Phys.G37:064037,2010. [arXiv:1003.4101]

62) Microscopic Study of the triple-$\alpha$ Reaction.
By A.S. Umar, J.A. Maruhn, N. Itagaki, V.E. Oberacker.
Phys.Rev.Lett.104:212503,2010. [arXiv:1003.4711]

63) Vacuum Properties of Mesons in a Linear Sigma Model with Vector Mesons and Global Chiral Invariance.
By Denis Parganlija, Francesco Giacosa, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D82:054024,2010. [arXiv:1003.4934]

64) Direct photon emission in Heavy Ion Collisions from Microscopic Transport Theory and Fluid Dynamics.
By Bjorn Bauchle & Marcus Bleicher.
PoS BORMIO2010:062,2010. [arXiv:1003.5454]

65) Constraints on models for the initial collision geometry in ultra relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By Roy A. Lacey, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C81:061901,2010. [arXiv:1002.0649]

66) Eccentricity fluctuations in an integrated hybrid approach: Influence on elliptic flow.
By Hannah Petersen & Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C81:044906,2010. [arXiv:1002.1003]

67) Strangeness in Compact Stars.
By J. Schaffner-Bielich.
Nucl.Phys.A835:279-286,2010. [arXiv:1002.1658]

68) Strangeness in Astrophysics and Cosmology.
By T. Boeckel, et al.,
J.Phys.G37:094005,2010. [arXiv:1002.1793]

69) Strong electric fields induced on a sharp stellar boundary.
By Igor N. Mishustin, Claudio Ebel, Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.G37:075201,2010. [arXiv:1002.2541]

70) The International Large Detector: Letter of Intent.
By ILD Concept Group - Linear Collider Collaboration
[arXiv:1006.3396] FERMILAB-LOI-2010-03 (Feb 2010) 189p.

71) Suppression of Charge Equilibration leading to the Synthesis of Exotic Nuclei.
By Yoritaka Iwata, Takaharu Otsuka, Joachim A. Maruhn, Naoyuki Itagaki.
Phys.Rev.Lett.104:252501,2010. [arXiv:1001.0850]

72) Quark-hadron mixed phases in protoneutron stars.
By Giuseppe Pagliara, Matthias Hempel, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
J.Phys.G37:094065,2010. [arXiv:1001.2191]

73) Large Extra Dimensions and Small Black Holes at the LHC.
By Marcus Bleicher & Piero Nicolini.
J.Phys.Conf.Ser.237:012008,2010. [arXiv:1001.2211]

74) Transport calculations of antiproton-nucleus interactions.
By A.B. Larionov, I.N. Mishustin, I.A. Pshenichnov, L.M. Satarov, W. Greiner.
Acta Phys.Polon.B41:299-304,2010. [arXiv:1001.2652]

75) Strangeness production within Parton-Hadron-String Dynamics (PHSD).
By O. Linnyk, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing.
J.Phys.G37:094039,2010. [arXiv:1001.2914]

76) Fluctuations and Correlations in Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions within Transport Models.
By V.P. Konchakovski, M.I. Gorenstein, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G37:073101,2010. [arXiv:1001.3085]

77) On thermal nucleation of quark matter in compact stars.
By B.W. Mintz, E.S. Fraga, J. Schaffner-Bielich, G. Pagliara.
J.Phys.G37:094066,2010. [arXiv:1001.3143]

78) Resonances as a possible observable of hot and dense nuclear matter.
By S. Vogel, J. Aichelin, M. Bleicher.
J.Phys.G37:094046,2010. [arXiv:1001.3260]

79) Dilepton Radiation by Vector Mesons and Off-Shell Partons in the hot and Dense Medium.
By O. Linnyk, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing.
AIP Conf. Proc. 1257:700-704,2010. [arXiv:1001.3858]

80) Two-particle correlations in high energy collisions and the gluon four-point function.
By Adrian Dumitru & Jamal Jalilian-Marian.
Phys.Rev.D81:094015,2010. [arXiv:1001.4820]

81) Strangeness production in hadronic models and recombination models.
By Gunnar Graf, et al.,
J.Phys.G37:094010,2010. [arXiv:1001.4937]

82) The Robertson-Walker Metric in a Pseudo-Complex General Relativity.
By Peter O. Hess, Leila Maghlaoui, Walter Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E19:1315-1339,2010. [arXiv:1001.5208]

83) Extension of the periodic system: Superheavy, superneutronic, superstrange, antimatter nuclei.
By Walter Greiner & Valery Zagrebaev.
Nucl.Phys.A834:323c-330c,2010.

84) Signals of the QCD phase transition in core collapse supernovae-microphysical input and implications on the supernova dynamics.
By T. Fischer, et al.,
Class.Quant.Grav.27:114102,2010.

85) Astronomy and Relativistic Astrophysics: New Phenomena and New States of Matter in the Universe.
By C.A.Z. Vasconcellos, et al.,
(2010) 280p.

86) Calculations of direct photon emission in Heavy Ion Collisions at \sqrt{s_NN} = 200 GeV.
By Bjoern Baeuchle & M. Bleicher.
J.Phys.Conf.Ser.230:012033,2010. [arXiv:1008.1866]

87) Strangeness production at SPS energies in a (3+1)-dimensional Boltzmann+hydrodynamics approach.
By J. Steinheimer, H. Petersen, M. Mitrovski, M. Bleicher.
J.Phys.G37:094038,2010.

88) Phase structure of strongly interacting matter and simulations of heavy-ion collisions using a quark-hadron model.
By S. Schramm, J. Steinheimer, V. Dexheimer, H. Stocker.
J.Phys.G37:094041,2010.

89) Strange perspectives at FAIR.
By J. Steinheimer, C. Sturm, S. Schramm, H. Stocker.
J.Phys.G37:094026,2010.

90) Astronomy and relativistic astrophysics. Proceedings, 4th International Workshop, IWARA 2009, Maresias, Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 4-8, 2009.
By Jorge E. Horvath (ed.), et al.,
Int. J. Mod. Phys. D19 (2010) 1217-175.

91) Relativistic shock waves and mach cones in viscous gluon matter.
By Ioannis Bouras, et al.,
PoS BORMIO2010:010,2010.

92) New dimensions of the periodic system: Superheavy, superneutronic, superstrange, antimatter nuclei.
By Walter Greiner.
AIP Conf.Proc.1323:109-118,2010.

93) Neutrino radiation-hydrodynamics: General relativistic versus multidimensional supernova simulations.
By Matthias Liebendorfer, et al.,
Prog.Theor.Phys.Suppl.186:87-92,2010.

94) Linear-chain structure of three-alpha-clusters in C-12, C-16, and C-20.
By J.A. Maruhn, et al.,
Mod.Phys.Lett.A25:1866-1869,2010.


2009

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1) Possibility of cold nuclear compression in antiproton-nucleus collisions.
By A.B. Larionov, I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C82:024602,2010,. [arXiv:0912.1794]

2) Detecting the QCD phase transition in the next Galactic supernova neutrino burst.
By Basudeb Dasgupta, Tobias Fischer, Shunsaku Horiuchi, Matthias Liebendorfer, Alessandro Mirizzi, Irina Sagert, Jurgen Schaffner- Bielich.
Phys.Rev.D81:103005,2010,. [arXiv:0912.2568]

3) K/pi, K/p and p/pi Ratio Fluctuations within the HSD Transport Approach.
By V.P. Konchakovski, M. Hauer, M.I. Gorenstein, E.L. Bratkovskaya.
J.Phys.G37:094045,2010,. [arXiv:0912.5157]

4) Fluctuations and Correlations from Microscopic Transport Theory.
By V.P. Konchakovski, M. Hauer, M.I. Gorenstein, E.L. Bratkovskaya.
PoS CPOD2009:030,2009,. [arXiv:0912.5158]

5) Influence of Vector Mesons on the f(0)(600) Decay Width in a Linear Sigma Model with Global Chiral Invariance.
By Denis Parganlija, Francesco Giacosa, Dirk H. Rischke.
[arXiv:0911.3996] (Nov 2009) 6p.

6) Statistical Model for a Complete Supernova Equation of State.
By Matthias Hempel & Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Nucl.Phys.A837:210-254,2010,. [arXiv:0911.4073]

7) Deep sub-barrier fusion reactions of the light nuclei C-12 and O-16.
By S. Misicu & F. Carstoiu.
Nucl.Phys.A834:180c-182c,2010,. [arXiv:0910.0856]

8) Anisotropic Hydrodynamics, Bulk Viscosities and R-Modes of Strange Quark Stars with Strong Magnetic Fields.
By Xu-Guang Huang, Mei Huang, Dirk H. Rischke, Armen Sedrakian.
Phys.Rev.D81:045015,2010,. [arXiv:0910.3633]

9) Nucleation of quark matter in protoneutron star matter.
By B.W. Mintz, E.S. Fraga, G. Pagliara, J. Schaffner-Bielich.
Phys.Rev.D81:123012,2010,. [arXiv:0910.3927]

10) Saturation and Condensate Fraction Reduction of Cold Alpha Matter.
By Florin Carstoiu & Serban Misicu.
Phys.Lett.B682:33-39,2009,. [arXiv:0909.1719]

11) Microscopic Calculation of Pre-Compound Excitation Energies for Heavy-Ion Collisions.
By A.S. Umar, V.E. Oberacker, J.A. Maruhn, P.-G. Reinhard.
Phys.Rev.C80:041601,2009,. [arXiv:0909.3469]

12) An Effective chiral Hadron-Quark Equation of State Part I: Zero baryochemical potential.
By J. Steinheimer, S. Schramm, H. Stocker.
[arXiv:0909.4421] (Sep 2009) 8p.

13) Phi meson production in In-In collisions at E(lab) = = 158-A-GeV: Evidence for relics of a thermal phase.
By E. Santini, H. Petersen, M. Bleicher.
Phys.Lett.B687:320-326,2010,. [arXiv:0909.4657]

14) Stable propagation of a modulated particle beam in a bent crystal channel.
By A. Kostyuk, A.V. Korol, A.V. Solov'yov, Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.B43:151001,2010,. [arXiv:0908.0225]

15) Quarkonium Spectral Functions.
By Agnes Mocsy.
Nucl.Phys.A830:411c-418c,2009,. [arXiv:0908.0746]

16) High p(T) resonances as a possibility to explore hot and dense nuclear matter.
By S. Vogel, J. Aichelin, M. Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C82:014907,2010,. [arXiv:0908.3811]

17) Detecting a First-Order Transition in the QCD Phase Diagram with Baryon-Baryon Correlations.
By Agnes Mocsy & Paul Sorensen.
Phys.Lett.B690:135-140, 2010,. [arXiv:0908.3983]

18) Dissipation of radial oscillations in compact stars.
By Basil A. Sa'd & Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
[arXiv:0908.4190] (Aug 2009) 4p.

19) Quarkonium in a viscous QGP.
By Adrian Dumitru.
Nucl.Phys.A830:323c-326c,2009,. [arXiv:0907.0320]

20) Phase diagram of chiral quark matter: Fulde-Ferrell pairing from weak to strong coupling.
By Armen Sedrakian & Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D80:074022,2009,. [arXiv:0907.1260]

21) A Transport calculation with an embedded (3+1)d hydrodynamic evolution: Elliptic flow as a function of transverse momentum at SPS energies.
By H. Petersen, J. Steinheimer, G. Burau, M. Bleicher.
Nucl.Phys.A830:283c-286c,2009,. [arXiv:0907.2169]

22) The Use of Kolmogorov-Smirnov test in event-by-event analysis.
By Boris Tomasik, Ivan Melo, Giorgio Torrieri, Sascha Vogel, Marcus Bleicher.
Nucl.Phys.A830:195c-198c,2009,. [arXiv:0907.2179]

23) Conical Correlations, Bragg Peaks, and Transverse Flow Deflections in Jet Tomography.
By Barbara Betz, Jorge Noronha, Giorgio Torrieri, Miklos Gyulassy, Dirk H. Rischke.
Nucl.Phys.A830:777c-780c,2009,. [arXiv:0907.2516]

24) Conditions for Phase Equilibrium in Supernovae, Proto-Neutron and Neutron Stars.
By M. Hempel, G. Pagliara, J. Schaffner-Bielich.
Phys.Rev.D80:125014,2009,. [arXiv:0907.2680]

25) Thermal Width of the $\Upsilon$ at Large t' Hooft Coupling.
By Jorge Noronha & Adrian Dumitru.
Phys.Rev.Lett.103:152304,2009,. [arXiv:0907.3062]

26) A new possible quark-hadron mixed phase in protoneutron stars.
By G. Pagliara, M. Hempel, J. Schaffner-Bielich.
Phys.Rev.Lett.103:171102,2009,. [arXiv:0907.3075]

27) Does stability of relativistic dissipative fluid dynamics imply causality?
By Shi Pu, Tomoi Koide, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D81:114039,2010,. [arXiv:0907.3906]

28) Dileptons from the strongly-interacting Quark-Gluon Plasma within the Parton-Hadron-String-Dynamics (PHSD) approach.
By O. Linnyk, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing.
Nucl.Phys.A830:491c-494c,2009,. [arXiv:0907.4255]

29) Development of relativistic shock waves in viscous gluon matter.
By I. Bouras, E. Molnar, H. Niemi, Z. Xu, A. El, O. Fochler, C. Greiner, D.H. Rischke.
Nucl.Phys.A830:741c-744c,2009,. [arXiv:0907.4519]

30) Vacuum phenomenology of the chiral partner of the nucleon in a linear sigma model with vector mesons.
By Susanna Gallas, Francesco Giacosa, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D82:014004,2010,. [arXiv:0907.5084]

31) Parton-Hadron-String Dynamics: an off-shell transport approach for relativistic energies.
By W. Cassing & E.L. Bratkovskaya.
Nucl.Phys.A831:215-242,2009,. [arXiv:0907.5331]

32) Crossover to Cluster Plasma in the Gas of Quark-Gluon Bags.
By Viktor V. Begun, Mark I. Gorenstein, Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.G36:095005,2009,. [arXiv:0906.3205]

33) Particle Number Fluctuations and Correlations in Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions.
By V.P. Konchakovski, M. Hauer, M.I. Gorenstein, E.L. Bratkovskaya.
J.Phys.G36:125106,2009,. [arXiv:0906.3229]

34) A little inflation in the early universe at the QCD phase transition.
By Tillmann Boeckel & Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Phys.Rev.Lett.105:041301,2010,. [arXiv:0906.4520]

35) Strange and non-strange particle production in antiproton-nucleus collisions in the UrQMD model.
By Ayut Limphirat, Chinorat Kobdaj, Marcus Bleicher, Yupeng Yan, Horst Stocker.
J.Phys.G36:064049,2009,.

36) Deconfinement Phase Transition in Compact Stars : Maxwell vs. Gibbs Construction of the Mixed Phase.
By Abhijit Bhattacharyya, Igor N. Mishustin, Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.G37:025201,2010,. [arXiv:0905.0352]

37) Hydrodynamics with a chiral hadronic equation of state including quark degrees of freedom.
By J. Steinheimer, V. Dexheimer, H. Petersen, M. Bleicher, S. Schramm, H. Stoecker.
Phys.Rev.C81:044913,2010,. [arXiv:0905.3099]

38) Hybrid model calculations of direct photons in high-energy nuclear collisions.
By Bjoern Baeuchle & Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C81:044904,2010,. [arXiv:0905.4678]

39) Direct photon emission from hadronic sources: Hydrodynamics versus Transport theory.
By Bjoern Baeuchle & Marcus Bleicher.
Eur.Phys.J.C62:75-80,2009,. [arXiv:0810.0488]

40) Criteria for nonlinear parameters of relativistic mean field models.
By A. Sulaksono, T.J. Buervenich, P.-G. Reinhard, J.A. Maruhn.
Phys.Rev.C79:044306,2009,. [arXiv:0904.1268]

41) Centrality and system size dependence of (multi-strange) hyperons at 40A and 158A-GeV: A Comparison between a binary collision and a Boltzmann+hydrodynamic hybrid model.
By Hannah Petersen, Michael Mitrovski, Tim Schuster, Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C80:054910,2009,. [arXiv:0903.0396]

42) Astrophysical Implications of the QCD phase transition.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich, Irina Sagert, Matthias Hempel, Giuseppe Pagliara, Tobias Fischer, Friedrich-Karl Thielemann, Anthony Mezzacappa, Matthias Liebendorfer.
PoS Confinement8:138,2009,. [arXiv:0903.0991]

43) Anti-proton - nucleus collisions simulation within a kinetic approach with relativistic mean fields.
By A.B. Larionov, I.A. Pshenichnov, I.N. Mishustin, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C80:021601,2009,. [arXiv:0903.2152]

44) The Heavy Quark Potential as a Function of Shear Viscosity at Strong Coupling.
By Jorge Noronha & Adrian Dumitru.
Phys.Rev.D80:014007,2009,. [arXiv:0903.2804]

45) Analysis of the baryon-, proton-, and charged particle kurtosis in heavy ion collisions within a relativistic transport approach.
By Tim Schuster, Marlene Nahrgang, Michael Mitrovski, Reinhard Stock, Marcus Bleicher.
[arXiv:0903.2911] (Mar 2009) 5p.

46) The Imaginary part of the static gluon propagator in an anisotropic (viscous) QCD plasma.
By Adrian Dumitru, Yun Guo, Michael Strickland.
Phys.Rev.D79:114003,2009,. [arXiv:0903.4703]

47) The Kolmogorov-Smirnov test and its use for the identification of fireball fragmentation.
By Ivan Melo, Boris Tomasik, Giorgio Torrieri, Sascha Vogel, Marcus Bleicher, Samuel Korony, Mikulas Gintner.
Phys.Rev.C80:024904,2009,. [arXiv:0902.1607]

48) Relativistic shock waves in viscous gluon matter.
By I. Bouras, E. Molnar, H. Niemi, Z. Xu, A. El, O. Fochler, C. Greiner, D.H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.Lett.103:032301,2009,. [arXiv:0902.1927]

49) The Strange Prospects for Astrophysics.
By Irina Sagert, Matthias Hempel, Giuseppe Pagliara, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich, Tobias Fischer, Anthony Mezzacappa, Friedrich-Karl Thielemann, Matthias Liebendorfer.
J.Phys.G36:064009,2009,. [arXiv:0902.2084]

50) Equation of state at FAIR energies and the role of resonances.
By E E Zabrodin, et al.,
J.Phys.G36:064065,2009,. [arXiv:0902.4601]

51) <m(T)> excitation function: Freeze-out and equation of state dependence.
By Hannah Petersen, Jan Steinheimer, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stocker.
J.Phys.G36:055104,2009,. [arXiv:0902.4866]

52) Elliptic flow in an integrated (3+1)d microscopic + macroscopic approach with fluctuating initial conditions.
By H. Petersen, J. Steinheimer, Gerhard Burau, Marcus Bleicher.
Eur.Phys.J.C62:31-36,2009,.

53) Quarkonium states in an anisotropic QCD plasma.
By Adrian Dumitru, Yun Guo, Agnes Mocsy, Michael Strickland.
Phys.Rev.D79:054019,2009,. [arXiv:0901.1998]

54) Ideal hydrodynamics and elliptic flow at SPS energies: Importance of the initial conditions.
By Hannah Petersen & Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C79:054904,2009,. [arXiv:0901.3821]

55) The Chiral partner of the nucleon in the mirror assignment with global symmetry.
By Susanna Gallas, Francesco Giacosa, Dirk H. Rischke.
PoS Confinement8:089,2008,. [arXiv:0901.4043]

56) Strangeness production and local thermalization in an integrated Boltzmann + hydrodynamics approach.
By J. Steinheimer, H. Petersen, G. Burau, M. Bleicher, H. Stoecker.
Acta Phys.Polon.B40:999-1004,2009,.

57) A new solution to the HBT time-related puzzle.
By Qingfeng Li, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stocker.
Acta Phys.Polon.B40:1217-1224,2009,.

58) Numerical tests of causal relativistic dissipative fluid dynamics.
By E. Molnar, H. Niemi, D.H. Rischke.
Eur.Phys.J.C65:615-635,2010,. [arXiv:0907.2583]

59) Complete second-order dissipative fluid dynamics.
By B. Betz, D. Henkel, D.H. Rischke.
J.Phys.G36:064029,2009,.

60) On the role of initial conditions and final state interactions in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By K. Werner, T. Hirano, I. Karpenko, T. Pierog, S. Porteboeuf, M. Bleicher, S. Haussler.
J.Phys.G36:064030,2009,. [arXiv:0907.5529]

61) Universal functions of nuclear proximity potential for Skyrme nucleus-nucleus interaction in a semiclassical approach.
By Raj K. Gupta, Dalip Singh, Raj Kumar, Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.G36:075104,2009,.

62) Supernovae as nuclear and particle physics laboratories.
By M. Liebendoerfer, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A827:573c-578c,2009,.

63) Gribov-Regge theory, partons, remnants, strings - and the EPOS model for hadronic interactions.
By K. Werner, T. Hirano, Iu. Karpenko, T. Pierog, S. Porteboeuf, M. Bleicher, S. Haussler.
Nucl.Phys.Proc.Suppl.196:36-43,2009,.


2008

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1) Production and evolution path of dileptons at energies accessible to the HADES detector.
By K. Schmidt, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C79:064908,2009,. [arXiv:0811.4073]

2) Effects of a phase transition on HBT correlations in an integrated Boltzmann+Hydrodynamics approach.
By Qing-feng Li, Jan Steinheimer, Hannah Petersen, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stocker.
Phys.Lett.B674:111-116,2009,. [arXiv:0812.0375]

3) The Quest for the Nuclear Equation of State.
By Jorg Aichelin & Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
[arXiv:0812.1341] (Dec 2008) 34p.

4) From kinetic theory to dissipative fluid dynamics.
By B. Betz, D. Henkel, D.H. Rischke.
Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys.62:556,2009,. [arXiv:0812.1440]

5) Pseudo-complex General Relativity.
By Peter O. Hess & Walter Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E18:51-77,2009,. [arXiv:0812.1738]

6) Charged particle (pseudo-)rapidity distributions in p+anti-p / p+p and Pb+Pb/Au+Au collisions from SPS to LHC energies from UrQMD.
By Michael Mitrovski, Tim Schuster, Gunnar Graf, Hannah Petersen, Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C79:044901,2009,. [arXiv:0812.2041]

7) Decay widths of resonances and pion scattering lengths in a globally invariant linear sigma model with vector mesons.
By Denis Parganlija, Francesco Giacosa, Dirk H. Rischke.
PoS Confinement8:070,2008,. [arXiv:0812.2183]

8) Boson stars with repulsive selfinteractions.
By Pratik Agnihotri, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich, Igor N. Mishustin.
Phys.Rev.D79:084033,2009,. [arXiv:0812.2770]

9) Forward-backward correlations in nucleus-nucleus collisions: baseline contributions from geometrical fluctuations.
By V.P. Konchakovski, M. Hauer, G. Torrieri, M.I. Gorenstein, E.L. Bratkovskaya.
Phys.Rev.C79:034910,2009,. [arXiv:0812.3967]

10) Mass Ejection by Strange Star Mergers and Observational Implications.
By A. Bauswein, et al.,
Phys.Rev.Lett.103:011101,2009,. [arXiv:0812.4248]

11) Universality of the Diffusion Wake from Stopped and Punch-Through Jets in Heavy-Ion Collisions.
By Barbara Betz, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C79:034902,2009,. [arXiv:0812.4401]

12) Potential Models for Quarkonia.
By Agnes Mocsy.
Eur.Phys.J.C61:705-710,2009,. [arXiv:0811.0337]

13) Fluctuations of the K/pi Ratio in Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions: Statistical and Transport Models.
By M.I. Gorenstein, M. Hauer, V.P. Konchakovski, E.L. Bratkovskaya.
Phys.Rev.C79:024907,2009,. [arXiv:0811.3089]

14) Strangeness fluctuations and MEMO production at FAIR.
By Jan Steinheimer, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B676:126-131,2009,. [arXiv:0811.4077]

15) Transverse momentum diffusion and jet energy loss in non-Abelian plasmas.
By Bjorn Schenke, Michael Strickland, Adrian Dumitru, Yasushi Nara, Carsten Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C79:034903,2009,. [arXiv:0810.1314]

16) Parton dynamics and hadronization from the sQGP.
By W. Cassing, E.L. Bratkovskaya, Y.-.Z. Xing.
[arXiv:0810.2804] (Oct 2008) 8p.

17) Charmed hadron signals of partonic medium.
By O. Linnyk, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing.
[arXiv:0810.4257] (Oct 2008) 6p.

18) Production of New Heavy Isotopes in Low-Energy Multinucleon Transfer Reactions.
By Valery Zagrebaev & Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.Lett.101:122701,2008,.

19) Signals of the QCD phase transition in core-collapse supernovae.
By I. Sagert, et al.,
Phys.Rev.Lett.102:081101,2009,. [arXiv:0809.4225]

20) Demodulation of a particle beam in a crystal channel.
By Andriy Kostyuk, Andrei Korol, Andrey Solov'yov, Walter Greiner.
[arXiv:0809.4657] (Sep 2008) 4p.

21) Parton transport and hadronization from the dynamical quasiparticle point of view.
By W. Cassing & E.L. Bratkovskaya.
Phys.Rev.C78:034919,2008,. [arXiv:0808.0022]

22) Is there Quark Matter in (Low-Mass) Pulsars?
By Irina Sagert, Giuseppe Pagliara, Matthias Hempel, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
J.Phys.G35:104079,2008,. [arXiv:0808.1049]

23) Open and hidden charm in proton-nucleus and heavy-ion collisions.
By O. Linnyk, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E17:1367-1439,2008,. [arXiv:0808.1504]

24) Critical temperature of antikaon condensation in nuclear matter.
By Sarmistha Banik, Walter Greiner, Debades Bandyopadhyay.
Phys.Rev.C78:065804,2008,. [arXiv:0808.2879]

25) A Model comparison of resonance lifetime modifications, a soft equation of state and non-Gaussian effects on pi-pi correlations at FAIR/AGS energies.
By Qingfeng Li & Marcus Bleicher.
J.Phys.G36:015111,2009,. [arXiv:0808.3457]

26) Proton gap due to the necking potential.
By R.A. Gherghescu, D.N. Poenaru, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C78:024604,2008,.

27) Synthesis of superheavy nuclei: A search for new production reactions.
By Valery Zagrebaev & Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C78:034610,2008,. [arXiv:0807.2537]

28) Fusion hindrance for a positive Q-value system.
By C.L. Jiang, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C78:017601,2008,.

29) QCD plasma thermalization, collective flow and extraction of shear viscosity.
By Zhe Xu, Carsten Greiner, Horst Stocker.
J.Phys.G35:104016,2008,. [arXiv:0807.2986]

30) Exclusion of black hole disaster scenarios at the LHC.
By Benjamin Koch, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stocker.
Phys.Lett.B672:71-76,2009,. [arXiv:0807.3349]

31) Measurement of the in-medium K0 inclusive cross section in pi- -induced reactions at 1.15-GeV/c.
By FOPI Collaboration
Phys.Rev.Lett.102:182501,2009,. [arXiv:0807.3361]

32) FAIR: Challenges Overcome and Still to be Met.
By H. Stocker.
Conf.Proc.C0806233:moycgm01,2008,.

33) A Fully Integrated Transport Approach to Heavy Ion Reactions with an Intermediate Hydrodynamic Stage.
By Hannah Petersen, Jan Steinheimer, Gerhard Burau, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stocker.
Phys.Rev.C78:044901,2008,. [arXiv:0806.1695]

34) A Fully integrated Boltzmann + hydrodynamics approach: Multiplicities, transverse dynamics and HBT.
By Hannah Petersen, Jan Steinheimer, Qingfeng Li, Gerhard Burau, Marcus Bleicher.
[arXiv:0806.1805] (Jun 2008) 7p.

35) Direct photon production from hadronic sources in high-energy heavy-ion collisions.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, S.M. Kiselev, G.B. Sharkov.
Phys.Rev.C78:034905,2008,. [arXiv:0806.3465]

36) UrQMD v2.3: Changes and Comparisons.
By Hannah Petersen, Marcus Bleicher, Steffen A. Bass, Horst Stocker.
[arXiv:0805.0567] (May 2008) 68p.

37) Thermalization in SU(3) gauge theory after a deconfining quench.
By Alexei Bazavov, Bernd A. Berg, Adrian Dumitru.
Phys.Rev.D78:034024,2008,. [arXiv:0805.0784]

38) Role of the tetraquark in the chiral phase transition.
By Achim Heinz, Stefan Struber, Francesco Giacosa, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D79:037502,2009,. [arXiv:0805.1134]

39) Low mass dilepton production at ultrarelativistic energies.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, O. Linnyk.
Phys.Lett.B670:428-433,2009,. [arXiv:0805.3177]

40) Neutron stars within the SU(2) parity doublet model.
By V. Dexheimer, G. Pagliara, L. Tolos, J. Schaffner-Bielich, S. Schramm.
Eur.Phys.J.A38:105-113,2008,. [arXiv:0805.3301]

41) Neutron Transfer Dynamics and Doorway to Fusion in Time-Dependent Hartree-Fock Theory.
By A.S. Umar, V.E. Oberacker, J.A. Maruhn.
Eur.Phys.J.A37:245-250,2008,. [arXiv:0805.4156]

42) Elasticity of nuclear continuum as a principal macrodynamical promoter of electric dipole pygmy resonance.
By S.I. Bastrukov, I.V. Molodtsova, S. Misicu, H- K. Chang, D.V. Podgainy.
[arXiv:0804.0068] (Apr 2008) 15p.

43) New Physics at the International Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research (FAIR) Next to GSI.
By Ingo Augustin, Hans H. Gutbrod, Dieter Kramer, Karlheinz Langanke, Horst Stocker.
[arXiv:0804.0177] (Apr 2008) 7p.

44) Microscopic models and effective equation of state in nuclear collisions at FAIR energies.
By L.V. Bravina, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C78:014907,2008,. [arXiv:0804.1484]

45) Conservation Properties in the Time-Dependent Hartree Fock Theory.
By Lu Guo, J.A. Maruhn, P.-G. Reinhard, Y. Hashimoto.
Phys.Rev.C77:041301,2008,. [arXiv:0804.2127]

46) Variations on a theme by Skyrme: A systematic study of adjustments of model parameters.
By P. Klupfel, P.-G. Reinhard, T.J. Burvenich, J.A. Maruhn.
Phys.Rev.C79:034310,2009,. [arXiv:0804.3385]

47) Systematics of collective correlation energies from self-consistent mean-field calculations.
By P. Klupfel, P.--G. Reinhard, J.A. Maruhn.
Eur.Phys.J.A37:343-355,2008,. [arXiv:0804.3402]

48) Glasma flux tubes and the near side ridge phenomenon at RHIC.
By Adrian Dumitru, Francois Gelis, Larry McLerran, Raju Venugopalan.
Nucl.Phys.A810:91,2008,. [arXiv:0804.3858]

49) How Universal is the Coupling in the Sigma Model?
By Denis Parganlija, Francesco Giacosa, Dirk H. Rischke.
AIP Conf.Proc.1030:160-164,2008,. [arXiv:0804.3949]

50) Jet Propagation and Mach Cones in (3+1)d Ideal Hydrodynamics.
By Barbara Betz, Miklos Gyulassy, Dirk H. Rischke, Horst Stocker, Giorgio Torrieri.
J.Phys.G35:104106,2008,. [arXiv:0804.4408]

51) QGP collective effects and jet transport.
By Bjorn Schenke, Adrian Dumitru, Yasushi Nara, Michael Strickland.
J.Phys.G35:104109,2008,. [arXiv:0804.4557]

52) Photon emission in crystalline undulators.
By A V. Korol, A.V. Solov'yov, W. Greiner.
Nucl.Instrum.Meth.B266:1173-1176,2008,.

53) Susceptibilities and fluctuations in a Quark-Hadron System with Dynamical Recombination.
By Stephane Haussler, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stocker.
[arXiv:0803.2846] (Mar 2008) 12p.

54) Kaons and antikaons in asymmetric nuclear matter.
By Amruta Mishra, Stefan Schramm, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C78:024901,2008,. [arXiv:0802.0363]

55) Dynamical simulation of bound antiproton-nuclear systems and observable signals of cold nuclear compression.
By A.B. Larionov, I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C78:014604,2008,. [arXiv:0802.1845]

56) Transport model study of the m(T)-scaling for Lambda, K, and pi HBT-correlations.
By Qingfeng Li, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stocker.
Phys.Lett.B663:395-399,2008,. [arXiv:0802.3618]

57) Hypernuclear Physics for Neutron Stars.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Nucl.Phys.A804:309-321,2008,. [arXiv:0801.3791]

58) Evidence for non-hadronic interactions of charm degrees of freedom in heavy-ion collisions at relativistic energies.
By O. Linnyk, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing.
Nucl.Phys.A807:79-104,2008,. [arXiv:0801.4282]

59) Supercritical fields and short living giant atoms.
By Walter Greiner.
AIP Conf.Proc.966:197-206,2008,.

60) Proton neutron deformations in C-16 and their consequences.
By T.J. Burvenich, Walter Greiner, Lu Guo, P. Klupfel, P.G. Reinhard.
J.Phys.G35:025103,2008,.

61) Correlations and fluctuations of conserved charges in a dynamical recombination approach.
By S. Haussler, S. Scherer, M. Bleicher.
J.Phys.G35:044066,2008,.

62) Quarkonium-signal of deconfinement.
By Agnes Mocsy & Peter Petreczky.
J.Phys.G35:044038,2008,.

63) Classical gravitational radiation from quasi-elastic particle scattering in models with extra dimensions.
By B. Koch & M. Bleicher.
JETP Lett.87:67-72,2008,.

64) Fission of hyper-hyperdeformed Ni-56: A clustering analysis within mean-field approaches.
By Raj K. Gupta, S.K. Patra, P.D. Stevenson, C. Beck, Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.G35:075106,2008,.

65) Population of multi-quark states in exotic multiplets and thermalization in ultra-relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By Stefan Scherer, Marcus Bleicher, Stephane Haussler, Horst Stocker.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E17:965-1014,2008,.

66) Quarkonium melting above deconfinement.
By A. Mocsy & P. Petreczky.
J.Phys.G35:104154,2008,.

67) Properties of Fe, Ni and Zn isotopes near the drip-lines.
By V.N. Tarasov, et al.,
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E17:1273-1291,2008,.

68) The competitive reaction mechanism in exotic nuclear reactions.
By Yoritaka Iwata, Naoyuki Itagaki, Joachim A. Maruhn, Takaharu Otsuka.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E17:1660-1668,2008,.

69) The initial state for hydro at RHIC.
By Adrian Dumitru.
Acta Phys.Polon.Supp.1:493-496,2008,.

70) Charged particle ratio fluctuations and charge transfer fluctuations from a recombination approach.
By Stephane Haussler, Marcus Bleicher, Stefan Scherer.
Acta Phys.Polon.Supp.1:501-504,2008,.


2007

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1) Dilepton production and off-shell transport dynamics at SIS energies.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya & W. Cassing.
Nucl.Phys.A807:214-250,2008. [arXiv:0712.0635]

2) Multiplicity fluctuations in nucleus-nucleus collisions: Dependence on energy and atomic number.
By V.P. Konchakovski, B. Lungwitz, M.I. Gorenstein, E.L. Bratkovskaya.
Phys.Rev.C78:024906,2008. [arXiv:0712.2044]

3) Eigenvalue repulsion in an effective theory of SU(2) Wilson lines in three dimensions.
By Adrian Dumitru & Dominik Smith.
Phys.Rev.D77:094022,2008. [arXiv:0711.0868]

4) PQCD calculations of elliptic flow and shear viscosity at RHIC.
By Zhe Xu, Carsten Greiner, Horst Stocker.
Phys.Rev.Lett.101:082302,2008. [arXiv:0711.0961]

5) Heavy Ion Collisions at the LHC - Last Call for Predictions.
By N. Armesto (ed.), et al.,
J.Phys.G35:054001,2008. [arXiv:0711.0974]

6) Stability of CFL cores in Hybrid Stars.
By G. Pagliara & J. Schaffner-Bielich.
Phys.Rev.D77:063004,2008. [arXiv:0711.1119]

7) Neutron star versus heavy-ion data: Is the nuclear equation of state hard or soft?
By Irina Sagert, Mirjam Wietoska, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich, Christian Thomas Sturm.
[arXiv:0711.2402] (Nov 2007) 10p.

8) Strangeness in Relativistic Astrophysics.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich, Stefan Schramm, Horst Stocker.
[arXiv:0711.2639] (Nov 2007) 26p.

9) How can we explore the onset of deconfinement by experiment?
By J. Aichelin, H. Petersen, S. Vogel, M. Bleicher.
PoS CPOD07:004,2007. [arXiv:0711.2995]

10) Hindrance of O-16 + Pb-208 fusion at extreme sub-barrier energies.
By Henning Esbensen & Serban Misicu.
Phys.Rev.C76:054609,2007. [arXiv:0711.3189]

11) The Heavy-quark potential in an anisotropic (viscous) plasma.
By Adrian Dumitru, Yun Guo, Michael Strickland.
Phys.Lett.B662:37-42,2008. [arXiv:0711.4722]

12) (3+1)-dimensional hydrodynamic expansion with a critical point from realistic initial conditions.
By J. Steinheimer, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C77:034901,2008. [arXiv:0710.0332]

13) Why the a(1) meson might be a difficult messenger for the restoration of chiral symmetry.
By Sascha Vogel & Marcus Bleicher.
[arXiv:0710.1158] (Oct 2007) 4p.

14) Jet broadening in unstable non-Abelian plasmas.
By Adrian Dumitru, Yasushi Nara, Bjorn Schenke, Michael Strickland.
Phys.Rev.C78:024909,2008. [arXiv:0710.1223]

15) The Influence of the structure imperfectness of a crystalline undulator on the emission spectrum.
By A. Kostyuk, A.V. Korol, A.V. Solov'yov, Walter Greiner.
Nucl.Instrum.Meth.B266:972-987,2008. [arXiv:0710.1363]

16) MACE -- Mach cones in heavy ion collisions.
By Bjorn Bauchle, Laszlo Csernai, Horst Stocker.
[arXiv:0710.1476] (Oct 2007) 6p.

17) Charmonium dynamics in heavy ion collisions.
By O. Linnyk, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, H Stocker, .
J.Phys.G35:044037,2008. [arXiv:0710.1535]

18) Equilibrium sequences of non-rotating and rapidly rotating crystalline color superconducting hybrid stars.
By Nicola Ippolito, Marco Ruggieri, Dirk Rischke, Armen Sedrakian, Fridolin Weber.
Phys.Rev.D77:023004,2008. [arXiv:0710.3874]

19) How sensitive are di-leptons from rho mesons to the high baryon density region?
By S. Vogel, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C78:044909,2008. [arXiv:0710.4463]

20) One-dimensional Model of a Gamma Klystron.
By Andriy Kostyuk, Andrei Korol, Andrey Solov'yov, Walter Greiner.
[arXiv:0710.4772] (Oct 2007) 21p.

21) Collapse of flow: Probing the order of the phase transition.
By Horst Stocker.
PoS CPOD07:025,2007. [arXiv:0710.5089]

22) Describing charmonium correlation functions in Euclidean time.
By Agnes Mocsy & Peter Petreczky.
Eur.Phys.J.ST 155:101-106,2008. [arXiv:0710.5125]

23) Quarkonium correlators at finite temperature and potential models.
By Agnes Mocsy & Peter Petreczky.
PoS LAT2007:216,2007. [arXiv:0710.5205]

24) Signals of the QGP phase transition: A View from microscopic transport models.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya.
In *Yalta 2007, New trends in high-energy physics* 159-16. [arXiv:0710.5756]

25) Signals of the QCD Phase Transition in the Heavens.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
PoS CPOD07:062,2007. [arXiv:0709.1043]

26) The Effect of pre-formed hadron potentials on the dynamics of heavy ion collisions and the HBT puzzle.
By Qingfeng Li, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stocker.
Phys.Lett.B659:525-530,2008. [arXiv:0709.1409]

27) Charmed signatures for phase transitions in heavy-ion collisions.
By Elena Bratkovskaya, Olena Linnyk, Wolfgang Cassing, Horst Stocker.
PoS CPOD07:042,2007. [arXiv:0709.2185]

28) Bound diquarks and their Bose-Einstein condensation in strongly coupled quark matter.
By Masakiyo Kitazawa, Dirk H. Rischke, Igor A. Shovkovy.
Phys.Lett.B663:228-233,2008. [arXiv:0709.2235]

29) Instabilities of relativistic mean field models and the role of nonlinear terms.
By A. Sulaksono, T. Mart, T.J. Burvenich, J.A. Maruhn.
Phys.Rev.C76:041301,2007. [arXiv:0709.2751]

30) Negative Elliptic Flow of J/Psi's: A Qualitative Signature for Charm Collectivity at RHIC.
By Daniel Krieg & Marcus Bleicher.
[arXiv:0806.0736] (Sep 2007) 3p.

31) Pulsar kicks by anisotropic neutrino emission from quark matter in strong magnetic fields.
By I. Sagert & J. Schaffner-Bielich.
[arXiv:0708.2352] (Aug 2007) 14p.

32) First Order Calculation of the Inclusive Cross Section pp to ZZ by Graviton Exchange in Large Extra Dimensions.
By Martin Kober, Benjamin Koch, Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.D76:125001,2007. [arXiv:0708.2368]

33) Vector and axialvector mesons at nonzero temperature within a gauged linear sigma model.
By Stefan Struber & Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D77:085004,2008. [arXiv:0708.2389]

34) Is a soft nuclear equation of state extracted from heavy-ion data incompatible with pulsar data?
By Irina Sagert, Mirjam Wietoska, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich, Christian Thomas Sturm.
J.Phys.G35:014053,2008. [arXiv:0708.2810]

35) Decreasing elliptic flow at the LHC: Calculations in a parton recombination approach.
By Daniel Krieg & Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C78:054903,2008. [arXiv:0708.3015]

36) Mach cones at central LHC collisions via MACE.
By Bjorn Bauchle, Horst Stocker, Laszlo P. Csernai.
[arXiv:0707.0054] (Jul 2007) 2p.

37) Predictions for quarkonia dissociation.
By Agnes Mocsy & Peter Petreczky.
[arXiv:0707.0182] (Jul 2007) 2p.

38) Pulsar kicks by anisotropic neutrino emission from quark matter.
By I. Sagert & J. Schaffner-Bielich.
J.Phys.G35:014062,2008. [arXiv:0707.0577]

39) Searching for the Critical Point of QCD: Theoretical Benchmark Calculations.
By Benjamin Lungwitz & Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C76:044904,2007. [arXiv:0707.1788]

40) Mass, radius, and composition of the outer crust of nonaccreting cold neutron stars.
By Matthias Hempel & Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
J.Phys.G35:014043,2008. [arXiv:0707.2740]

41) Cosmology of fermionic dark matter.
By Tillman Boeckel & Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Phys.Rev.D76:103509,2007. [arXiv:0707.3260]

42) Mach Cones and Hydrodynamic Flow: Probing Big Bang Matter in the Laboratory.
By Barbara Betz, Philip Rau, Horst Stocker.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E16:3082-3099,2008. [arXiv:0707.3942]

43) Bose-Einstein condensation of diquark molecules in three-flavor quark matter.
By Masakiyo Kitazawa, Dirk H. Rischke, Igor A. Shovkovy.
Prog.Theor.Phys.Suppl.168:389-396,2007. [arXiv:0707.3966]

44) Nuclei embedded in an electron gas.
By Thomas J. Burvenich, Igor N. Mishustin, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C76:034310,2007. [arXiv:0706.1450]

45) The Centrality dependence of elliptic flow at LHC.
By Hans-Joachim Drescher, Adrian Dumitru, Jean- Yves Ollitrault.
[arXiv:0706.1707] (Jun 2007) 2p.

46) Pion freeze-out as seen through HBT correlations in heavy ion collisions from FAIR/AGS to RHIC energies.
By Qingfeng Li, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stocker.
J.Phys.G34:2037-2044,2007. [arXiv:0706.2091]

47) Color screening melts quarkonium.
By Agnes Mocsy & Peter Petreczky.
Phys.Rev.Lett.99:211602,2007. [arXiv:0706.2183]

48) Entropy production in high-energy heavy-ion collisions and the correlation of shear viscosity and thermalization time.
By A. Dumitru, E. Molnar, Y. Nara.
Phys.Rev.C76:024910,2007. [arXiv:0706.2203]

49) Pomeron loop and running coupling effects in high energy QCD evolution.
By A. Dumitru, E. Iancu, L. Portugal, G. Soyez, D.N. Triantafyllopoulos.
JHEP 0708:062,2007. [arXiv:0706.2540]

50) Pseudo-Complex Field Theory.
By Peter O. Hess & Walter Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E16:1643-1679,2007. [arXiv:0705.1233]

51) Can quarkonia survive deconfinement?
By Agnes Mocsy & Peter Petreczky.
Phys.Rev.D77:014501,2008. [arXiv:0705.2559]

52) From self-consistent covariant effective field theories to their Galilean-invariant counterparts.
By A. Sulaksono, P.-G. Reinhard, T.J. Burvenich, P.O. Hess, J.A. Maruhn.
Phys.Rev.Lett.98:262501,2007. [arXiv:0705.3192]

53) Formation of Quark Phases in compact stars and their connection to Gamma-Ray-Bursts.
By A. Drago, G. Pagliara, J. Schaffner-Bielich.
J.Phys.G35:014052,2008. [arXiv:0705.4418]

54) Charmonium dynamics in Au + Au collisions at s**(1/2) = 200-GeV.
By O. Linnyk, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, H. Stoecker.
Phys.Rev.C76:041901,2007. [arXiv:0705.4443]

55) Spheroidal and torsional modes of quasistatic shear oscillations in the solid globe models of nuclear physics and pulsar astrophysics.
By S. Bastrukov, H-K. Chang, S. Misicu, I. Molodtsova, D. Podgainy.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.A22:3261-3291,2007. [arXiv:0704.1732]

56) Multiplicity fluctuations in Au + Au collisions at RHIC.
By V.P. Konchakovski, M.I. Gorenstein, E.L. Bratkovskaya.
Phys.Rev.C76:031901,2007. [arXiv:0704.1831]

57) The Centrality dependence of elliptic flow, the hydrodynamic limit, and the viscosity of hot QCD.
By Hans-Joachim Drescher, Adrian Dumitru, Clement Gombeaud, Jean-Yves Ollitrault.
Phys.Rev.C76:024905,2007. [arXiv:0704.3553]

58) Bulk viscosity of strange quark matter: Urca versus non-leptonic processes.
By Basil A. Sa'd, Igor A. Shovkovy, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D75:125004,2007. [astro-ph/0703016]

59) Hypernuclear Physics and Compact Stars.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
[astro-ph/0703113] (Mar 2007) 6p.

60) How to Create Black Holes on Earth?
By Marcus Bleicher.
Eur.J.Phys.28:509-516,2007. [physics/0703062]

61) The Gravitational analogue to the hydrogen atom. A summer study at the borders of quantum mechanics and general relativity.
By Martin Kober, Benjamin Koch, Marcus Bleicher.
Eur.J.Phys.28:465-478,2007. [physics/0703064]

62) Elliptic flow fluctuations in heavy ion collisions at RHIC and the perfect liquid hypothesis.
By Sascha Vogel, Giorgio Torrieri, Marcus Bleicher.
[nucl-th/0703031] (Mar 2007) 4p.

63) Nuclear giant resonances and linear response.
By P.-G. Reinhard, Lu Guo, J.A. Maruhn.
Eur.Phys.J.A32:19-23,2007. [nucl-th/0703044]

64) Triaxial nuclear models and the outer crust of nonaccreting cold neutron stars.
By Lu Guo, M. Hempel, J. Schaffner-Bielich, J.A. Maruhn.
Phys.Rev.C76:065801,2007. [astro-ph/0703392]

65) Multiplicity fluctuations in proton-proton and nucleus-nucleus collisions.
By V.P. Konchakovski, M.I. Gorenstein, E.L. Bratkovskaya.
Phys.Lett.B651:114-118,2007. [nucl-th/0703052]

66) Boost-invariant mean field and the nuclear Landau-Zener effect.
By Lu Guo, J.A. Maruhn, P.-G. Reinhard.
Phys.Rev.C76:014601,2007. [nucl-th/0703082]

67) Sub-barrier fusion of neutron-rich nuclei and its astrophysical consequences.
By V.I. Zagrebaev, V.V. Samarin, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C75:035809,2007.

68) Semiclassical and microscopic calculations of the spin-orbit density part of the Skyrme nucleus-nucleus interaction potential with temperature effects included.
By Raj K. Gupta, Dalip Singh, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C75:024603,2007.

69) Signature of shallow potentials in deep sub-barrier fusion reactions.
By S. Misicu & H. Esbensen.
Phys.Rev.C75:034606,2007. [nucl-th/0702054]

70) Black Holes at LHC?
By Benjamin Koch, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stoecker.
J.Phys.G34:S535-542,2007. [hep-ph/0702187]

71) The Effect of Dynamical Parton Recombination on Event-by-Event Observables.
By Stephane Haussler, Stefan Scherer, Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Lett.B660:197-201,2008. [hep-ph/0702188]

72) Pion-nucleon scattering within a gauged linear sigma model with parity-doubled nucleons.
By Susanna Wilms, Francesco Giacosa, Dirk H. Rischke.
[nucl-th/0702076] (Feb 2007) 6p.

73) Extending the GKZ limit without breaking Lorentz Invariance.
By P.O. Hess & W. Greiner.
[hep-th/0702208] (Feb 2007) 4p.

74) 2nd International Workshop on Astronomy and Relativistic Astrophysics (IWARA 2005): Proceedings.
By Bardo E.J. Bodmann (ed.), et al.,
Int.J.Mod.Phys.D16, nos. 2-3, Feb 200.

75) Connecting an effective model of confinement and chiral symmetry to lattice QCD.
By Eduardo Fraga & Agnes Mocsy.
Braz.J.Phys.37:281-285,2007,Braz.J.Phys.37: 281-285,2007. [hep-ph/0701102]

76) Triaxiality and shape coexistence in Germanium isotopes.
By Lu Guo, J.A. Maruhn, P.-G. Reinhard.
Phys.Rev.C76:034317,2007. [nucl-th/0701095]

77) Electron-based crystalline undulator.
By M. Tabrizi, A.V. Korol, A.V. Solov'yov, Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.G34:1581-1594,2007. [physics/0701342]

78) Studying the energy dependence of elliptic and directed flow within a relativistic transport approach.
By H. Petersen & M. Bleicher.
Eur.Phys.J.C49:91-96,2007.

79) Is constituent quark scaling a unique sign of parton recombination?
By M. Bleicher & X. Zhu.
Eur.Phys.J.C49:303-308,2007.

80) Clusters of matter and antimatter.
By W. Greiner.
AIP Conf.Proc.881:156-166,2007.

81) Forward-backward charge fluctuations at RHIC energies.
By S. Haussler, M. Abdel-Aziz, M. Bleicher.
AIP Conf.Proc.881:263-266,2007.

82) Conference summary: Final remarks.
By Walter Greiner.
Nucl.Phys.A787:648-672,2007.

83) Equilibration of matter in relativistic heavy-ion collisions.
By L. Bravina, et al.,
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E16:777-786,2007.

84) Collisions of transactinides: Superheavy nuclei and giant nuclear molecules.
By Valery Zagrebaev & Walter Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E16:969-981,2007.

85) Heavy particle radioactivities.
By D.N. Poenaru, R.A. Gherghescu, I.H. Plonski, W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E16:995-1007,2007.

86) Model of binding alpha-particles and structure of the light nuclei.
By K.A. Gridnev, S.Yu. Torilov, V.G. Kartavenko, W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E16:1059-1064,2007.

87) Reflections on my youth and early years in science - final remarks - thank you!
By Walter Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E16:1285-1291,2007.

88) Shift of the GZK limit in the cosmic ray spectrum due to a smallest length scale.
By Peter O. Hess & Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.G34:2091-2098,2007.

89) An introduction to mini black holes at LHC.
By Horst Stocker, Benjamin Koch, Marcus Bleicher.
Braz.J.Phys.37:836-839,2007.

90) The eta/c above deconfinement.
By Agnes Mocsy.
J.Phys.G34:S745-S748,2007.

91) Giant quasi-atoms and superheavy nuclei produced in damped collisions of transactinides.
By Walter Greiner & Valery Zagrebaev.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.D16:141-152,2007.

92) Exotic clustering in heavy and superheavy nuclei within the relativistic and non-relativistic mean field formalisms.
By S.K. Patra, Raj K. Gupta, B.K. Sharma, P.D. Stevenson, Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.G34:2073-2090,2007.

93) Shell effects in damped collisions: A new way to superheavies.
By Valery Zagrebaev & Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.G34:2265-2277,2007.

94) Early black hole signals at the LHC.
By Benjamin Koch, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stocker.
AIP Conf.Proc.947:376-382,2007.

95) Mach cones and jet energy loss studies in full (3+1)-dimensional ideal hydrodynamics.
By Barbara Betz, Kerstin Paech, Dirk H. Rischke, Horst Stocker.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E16:1957-1963,2007.

96) Parton recombination and fluctuations of conserved charge.
By Stephane Haussler, Marcus Bleicher, Stefan Scherer.
PoS CPOD07:005,2007.


2006

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1) Parameters of the crystalline undulator and its radiation for particular experimental conditions.
By A.V. Korol, A.V. Solov'yov, Walter Greiner.
In *Rome 2006, Charged and neutral particles channeling phenomena II* no pa. [physics/0612020]

2) Transport model analysis of the transverse momentum and rapidity dependence of pion interferometry at SPS energies.
By Qingfeng Li, Marcus Bleicher, Xianglei Zhu, Horst Stoecker.
J.Phys.G33:537-548,2007. [nucl-th/0612030]

3) Charmonium dynamics in nucleus-nucleus collisions at SPS and FAIR energies.
By O. Linnyk, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, H. Stoecker.
Nucl.Phys.A786:183-200,2007. [nucl-th/0612049]

4) In-medium properties of D-mesons at FAIR.
By L. Tolos, J. Schaffner-Bielich, Horst Stoecker.
[nucl-th/0612077] (Dec 2006) 4p.

5) Asymmetric neutrino emission in quark matter and pulsar kicks.
By I. Sagert & J. Schaffner-Bielich.
[astro-ph/0612776] (Dec 2006)

6) Neutron stars and quark stars: Two coexisting families of compact stars?
By J. Schaffner-Bielich.
[astro-ph/0612777] (Dec 2006)

7) Longitudinal flow and onset of deconfinement.
By Hannah Petersen & Marcus Bleicher.
PoS CPOD2006:025,2006. [nucl-th/0611001]

8) Baryon-strangeness correlations from hadron/string- and quark-dynamics.
By Stephane Haussler, Stefan Scherer, Marcus Bleicher.
AIP Conf.Proc.892:372-376,2007. [nucl-th/0611002]

9) Feasibility of an electron-based crystalline undulator.
By M. Tabrizi, A.V. Korol, A.V. Solov'yov, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.Lett.98:164801,2007. [physics/0611012]

10) Light plasmon mode in the CFL phase.
By H. Malekzadeh & Dirk H. Rischke.
AIP Conf.Proc.892:488-491,2007. [hep-ph/0611140]

11) A Light plasmon mode in the color-flavor-locking phase.
By H. Malekzadeh & Dirk H. Rischke.
[hep-ph/0611141] (Nov 2006) 4p.

12) D anti-D correlations as a sensitive probe for thermalization high-energy nuclear collisions.
By K. Schweda, et al.,
[nucl-ex/0610043] (Oct 2006) 3p.

13) Single transverse-spin asymmetries in forward pion production at high energy: Incorporating small-x effects in the target.
By Daniel Boer, Adrian Dumitru, Arata Hayashigaki.
Phys.Rev.D74:074018,2006. [hep-ph/0609083]

14) Are there plasminos in superconductors?
By Barbara Betz & Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D75:065022,2007. [nucl-th/0609019]

15) Higher-multipole deformations and compactness of hot fusion reactions.
By Monika Manhas, Raj K. Gupta, Qingfeng Li, S.K. Patra, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C74:034603,2006.

16) Heavy quarkonia above deconfinement.
By Agnes Mocsy.
In *Minneapolis 2006, Continuous advances in QCD* 235-24. [hep-ph/0609204]

17) Ground state quarkonium spectral functions above deconfinement.
By Agnes Mocsy, Peter Petreczky, Jorge Casalderrey-Solana.
Nucl.Phys.A783:485-488,2007,Nucl.Phys.A785: 266-269,2007. [hep-ph/0609205]

18) Forward-Backward Charge Fluctuations at RHIC Energies.
By Stephane Haussler, Mohamed Abdel-Aziz, Marcus Bleicher.
Nucl.Phys.A785:253-256,2007. [nucl-th/0608021]

19) Strange Exotic States and Compact Stars.
By Irina Sagert, Mirjam Wietoska, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
J.Phys.G32:S241-S250,2006. [astro-ph/0608317]

20) Directed and elliptic flow in heavy ion collisions at GSI-FAIR and CERN-SPS.
By Hannah Petersen, Qingfeng Li, Xianglei Zhu, Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C74:064908,2006. [hep-ph/0608189]

21) Theoretical analysis of dilepton spectra in heavy ion collisions at GSI-FAIR energies.
By Diana Schumacher, Sascha Vogel, Marcus Bleicher.
Acta Phys.Hung.A27:451-458,2006. [nucl-th/0608041]

22) Cold, dense nuclear matter in a SU(2) parity doublet model.
By D. Zschiesche, L. Tolos, Jurgen Schaffner- Bielich, Robert D. Pisarski.
Phys.Rev.C75:055202,2007. [nucl-th/0608044]

23) Effect of rescattering on forward-backward correlations.
By Stephane Haussler, Mohamed Abdel-Aziz, Marcus Bleicher.
[nucl-th/0608075] (Aug 2006) 6p.

24) Resonance Production in Heavy Ion Collisions: What can we learn from RHIC?
By S. Vogel & M. Bleicher.
[hep-ph/0607242] (Jul 2006) 7p.

25) alpha-decay half-lives of superheavy nuclei.
By Dorin N. Poenaru, Ileana-Hania Plonski, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C74:014312,2006.

26) Bulk viscosity of spin-one color superconductors with two quark flavors.
By Basil A. Sa'd, Igor A. Shovkovy, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D75:065016,2007. [astro-ph/0607643]

27) Gluonic phase versus LOFF phase in two-flavor quark matter.
By O. Kiriyama, D.H. Rischke, I.A. Shovkovy.
Phys.Lett.B643:331-335,2006. [hep-ph/0606030]

28) S-Wave Quarkonia in Potential Models.
By Agnes Mocsy & Peter Petreczky.
J.Phys.G32:S515-S520,2006. [hep-ph/0606053]

29) On the temperature-dependence of quarkonia correlators.
By Agnes Mocsy.
[hep-ph/0606124] (Jun 2006) 8p.

30) Mini black holes at the LHC: Discovery through di-jet suppression, mono-jet emission and a supersonic boom in the quark-gluon plasma in ALICE, ATLAS and CMS.
By B. Betz, et al.,
[hep-ph/0606193] (Jun 2006) 16p.

31) Quark matter in compact stars?
By Mark Alford, et al.,
Nature 445:E7-E8,2007. [astro-ph/0606524]

32) Baryon number and electric charge fluctuations in pb+pb collisions at SPS energies.
By V.P. Konchakovski, Mark I. Gorenstein, E.L. Bratkovskaya, Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Rev.C74:064911,2006. [nucl-th/0606047]

33) Possible glueball production in relativistic heavy-ion collisions.
By I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G32:L59,2006. [hep-ph/0606251]

34) Alpha Cluster Structure and Exotic States in a Self-Consistent Model for Light Nuclei.
By J.A. Maruhn, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C74:044311,2006. [nucl-th/0606053]

35) Transport model analysis of particle correlations in relativistic heavy ion collisions at femtometer scales.
By Qingfeng Li, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Rev.C73:064908,2006.

36) The Eccentricity in heavy-ion collisions from color glass condensate initial conditions.
By Hans-Joachim Drescher, Adrian Dumitru, Arata Hayashigaki, Yasushi Nara.
Phys.Rev.C74:044905,2006. [nucl-th/0605012]

37) Open-charm enhancement at FAIR?
By Laura Tolos, Juergen Schaffner-Bielich, Horst Stoecker.
J.Phys.G32:S533-S536,2006. [nucl-th/0605035]

38) The Order, shape and critical point for the quark-gluon plasma phase transition.
By Ismail Zakout, Carsten Greiner, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Nucl.Phys.A781:150-200,2007. [nucl-th/0605052]

39) Compactness of the Ca-48 induced hot fusion reactions and the magnitudes of quadrupole and hexadecapole deformations.
By Raj K. Gupta, Monika Manhas, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C73:054307,2006.

40) Indications for cluster melting from forward-backward charge fluctuations at RHIC energies.
By Mohamed Abdel-Aziz & Marcus Bleicher.
[nucl-th/0605072] (May 2006) 5p.

41) Compact stars made of fermionic dark matter.
By Gaurav Narain, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich, Igor N. Mishustin.
Phys.Rev.D74:063003,2006. [astro-ph/0605724]

42) Ultraviolet avalanche in anisotropic non-Abelian plasmas.
By Adrian Dumitru, Yasushi Nara, Michael Strickland.
Phys.Rev.D75:025016,2007. [hep-ph/0604149]

43) D anti-D correlations as a sensitive probe for thermalization in high-energy nuclear collisions.
By X. Zhu, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B647:366-370,2007. [hep-ph/0604178]

44) Spin-excitation mechanisms in Skyrme-force time-dependent Hartree-Fock.
By J.A. Maruhn, P.-G. Reinhard, P.D. Stevenson, M.R. Strayer.
Phys.Rev.C74:027601,2006. [nucl-th/0604070]

45) Isoscalar giant dipole resonances in spherical nuclei: Macroscopic description.
By Serban Misicu.
[nucl-th/0603022] (Mar 2006) 26p.

46) Superheavy nuclei and quasi-atoms produced in collisions of transuranium ions.
By V.I. Zagrebaev, Yu.Ts. Oganessian, M.G. Itkis, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C73:031602,2006.

47) Anisotropic flow at RHIC: How unique is the number-of-constituent-quark scaling?
By Y. Lu, et al.,
J.Phys.G32:1121-1130,2006. [nucl-th/0602009]

48) Gravitational radiation from ultrahigh energy cosmic rays in models with large extra dimensions.
By Benjamin Koch, Hans-Joachim Drescher, Marcus Bleicher.
Astropart.Phys.25:291-297,2006. [astro-ph/0602164]

49) Stable gapless superconductivity at strong coupling.
By Masakiyo Kitazawa, Dirk H. Rischke, Igor A. Shovkovy.
Phys.Lett.B637:367-373,2006. [hep-ph/0602065]

50) Phase diagram of neutral quark matter at moderate densities.
By Stefan B. Ruester, Verena Werth, Michael Buballa, Igor A. Shovkovy, Dirk H. Rischke.
[nucl-th/0602018] (Feb 2006) 32p.

51) Interplay of compressional and vortical nuclear currents in overtones of the isoscalar giant dipole resonance.
By Serban Misicu.
Phys.Rev.C73:024301,2006.

52) Gluon self-energy in the color-flavor-locked phase.
By H. Malekzadeh & Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D73:114006,2006. [hep-ph/0602082]

53) Transport model analysis of femtoscopy data at RHIC energies.
By Qingfeng Li, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stoecker.
[nucl-th/0602032] (Feb 2006) 10p.

54) Absence of the London limit for the first-order phase transition to a color superconductor.
By Jorge L. Noronha, Hai-cang Ren, Ioannis Giannakis, Defu Hou, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D73:094009,2006. [hep-ph/0602218]

55) Hindrance of heavy-ion fusion due to nuclear incompressibility.
By S. Misicu & H. Esbensen.
Phys.Rev.Lett.96:112701,2006. [nucl-th/0602064]

56) Spontaneous and stimulated photon emission in crystaline undulators.
By A.V. Korol, A.V. Solov'yov, W. Greiner.
NATO Sci.Ser.II 199:165-189,2006.

57) No black holes at icecube.
By Ulrich Harbach & Marcus Bleicher.
[hep-ph/0601121] (Jan 2006) 10p.

58) Medium modifications of the nucleon-nucleon elastic cross section in neutron-rich intermediate energy HICs.
By Qing-feng Li, Zhu-xia Li, Sven Soff, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stoecker.
J.Phys.G32:407-416,2006. [nucl-th/0601047]

59) Elliptic flow analysis at RHIC with the Lee-Yang zeroes method in a relativistic transport approach.
By Xiang-lei Zhu, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stoecker.
J.Phys.G32:2181-2186,2006. [nucl-th/0601049]

60) Canonical suppression in microscopic transport models.
By O. Fochler, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C74:034902,2006. [nucl-th/0601062]

61) Clustering in superheavy nuclei within the relativistic mean field approach.
By B.K. Sharma, et al.,
J.Phys.G32:L1-L9,2006.

62) Clusters of matter and antimatter: A mechanism for cold compression.
By W. Greiner.
AIP Conf.Proc.802:14-21,2006.

63) Fission of metal clusters.
By A. Lyalin, O.I. Obolensky, A.V. Solovov, W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E15:153-195,2006.

64) The dynamical cluster-decay model of preformed clusters for a hot and rotating Ba*-116 nucleus produced in the low-energy Ni-58 + Ni-58 reaction.
By R.K. Gupta, et al.,
J.Phys.G32:345-361,2006.

65) Entrance-channel effects in the dynamical cluster-decay model for the decay of hot and rotating compound nucleus Cr-48 at E*(CN) approx. 60-MeV.
By B. Singh, M.K. Sharma, R.K. Gupta, W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E15:699-717,2006.

66) Magic numbers in exotic light nuclei near drip lines.
By R.K. Gupta, et al.,
J.Phys.G32:565-571,2006.

67) Resonance rescattering and absorption in low energy heavy ion collisions.
By S. Vogel & M. Bleicher.
Rom.Rep.Phys.58:63-68,2006.

68) Radial and elliptic flow in high energetic nuclear collisions.
By X. Zhu, H. Petersen, M. Bleicher.
AIP Conf.Proc.828:17-23,2006.

69) Decrease of the spin-orbit interaction in drip-line nuclei, using relativistic mean field models.
By M.S. Mehta, B.K. Sharma, S.K. Patra, R.K. Gupta, W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E15:1149-1155,2006.

70) Valleys due to Pb and Sn on the potential energy surface of superheavy and lighter alpha-emitting nuclei.
By D.N. Poenaru, I.H. Plonski, R.A. Gherghescu, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G32:1223-1239,2006.

71) Synthesis of 114-286 and 114-290 using low-energy fusion channels.
By R.A. Gherghescu, D.N. Poenaru, W. Greiner, Y. Nagame.
J.Phys.G32:L73-L84,2006.

72) Reaction cross-sections for light nuclei on C-12 using relativistic mean field formalism.
By B.K. Sharma, et al.,
J.Phys.G32:2089-2097,2006.

73) Structure of vacuum, matter and antimatter: A mechanism for cold compression.
By W. Greiner.
J.Phys.Conf.Ser.50:201-207,2006.

74) Elliptic flow and constituent quark scaling from hadron-string transport models.
By X. Zhu, H. Petersen, M. Bleicher.
J.Phys.G32:S365-S371,2006.

75) Resonance multiplicities in a hadron transport approach.
By S. Vogel & M. Bleicher.
Acta Phys.Hung.A27:421-426,2006.


2005

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1) Geometric scaling violations in the central rapidity region of d + Au collisions at RHIC.
By Adrian Dumitru, Arata Hayashigaki, Jamal Jalilian-Marian.
Nucl.Phys.A770:57-70,2006. [hep-ph/0512129]

2) Quarkonia correlators above deconfinement.
By Agnes Mocsy & Peter Petreczky.
Phys.Rev.D73:074007,2006. [hep-ph/0512156]

3) Gravitational radiation from elastic particle scattering in models with extra dimensions.
By Benjamin Koch & M. Bleicher.
JETP Lett.87:75-80,2008. [hep-th/0512353]

4) Effect of gauge-field fluctuations on the phase transition between normal and color-superconducting quark matter.
By Jorge L. Noronha, Hai-cang Ren, Ioannis Giannakis, Defu Hou, Dirk H. Rischke.
Acta Phys.Hung.A27:311-314,2006. [nucl-th/0511047]

5) Numerical simulation of non-Abelian particle-field dynamics.
By Adrian Dumitru & Yasushi Nara.
Eur.Phys.J.A29:65-69,2006. [hep-ph/0511242]

6) Charge transfer fluctuations as a QGP signal.
By Sangyong Jeon, Lijun Shi, Marcus Bleicher.
J.Phys.Conf.Ser.27:194-203,2005. [nucl-th/0511066]

7) Particle number fluctuations in high energy nucleus-nucleus collisions from microscopic transport approaches.
By V.P. Konchakovski, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C73:034902,2006. [nucl-th/0511083]

8) Inhomogeneous freeze-out in relativistic heavy-ion collisions.
By A. Dumitru, L. Portugal, D. Zschiesche.
Phys.Rev.C73:024902,2006. [nucl-th/0511084]

9) Heavy quark correlators above deconfinement.
By Agnes Mocsy.
Nucl.Phys.A774:885-888,2006. [hep-ph/0510135]

10) The Phase diagram of neutral quark matter: The Effect of neutrino trapping.
By Stefan B. Ruester, Verena Werth, Michael Buballa, Igor A. Shovkovy, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D73:034025,2006. [hep-ph/0509073]

11) The outer crust of non-accreting cold neutron stars.
By Stefan B. Ruester, Matthias Hempel, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Phys.Rev.C73:035804,2006. [astro-ph/0509325]

12) D-mesons: In-medium effects at FAIR.
By L. Tolos, J. Schaffner-Bielich, H. Stoecker.
Phys.Lett.B635:85-92,2006. [nucl-th/0509054]

13) Electromagnetic processes in strong crystalline fields.
By J.U. Andersen, et al.,
CERN-SPSC-2005-030 (Sep 2005) 12p.

14) Probing the equation of state with pions.
By Qing-feng Li, Zhu-xia Li, Sven Soff, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stoecker.
J.Phys.G32:151-164,2006. [nucl-th/0509070]

15) Potential energy surfaces for cluster emitting nuclei.
By Dorin N. Poenaru, Radu A. Gherghescu, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C73:014608,2006. [nucl-th/0509073]

16) Elliptic flow analysis at RHIC: Fluctuations vs. non-flow effects.
By Xiang-lei Zhu, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Rev.C72:064911,2005. [nucl-th/0509081]

17) Evidence for the onset of deconfinement from longitudinal momentum distributions? Observation of the softest point of the equation of state.
By Marcus Bleicher.
[hep-ph/0509314] (Sep 2005) 3p.

18) Reconstructing rho0 and omega mesons from non-leptonic decays in C + C at 2-A-GeV.
By Sascha Vogel & Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C74:014902,2006. [nucl-th/0509105]

19) Isospin dependence in the odd-even staggering of nuclear binding energies.
By Yu.A. Litvinov, et al.,
Phys.Rev.Lett.95:042501,2005. [nucl-th/0508003]

20) Lasing effect in crystalline undulators.
By A.V. Korol, A.V. Solov'yov, W. Greiner.
Proc.SPIE Int.Soc.Opt.Eng.5974:252-261,2005.

21) Effect of isovector-scalar meson on neutron star matter in strong magnetic fields.
By F.X. Wei, et al.,
J.Phys.G32:47,2006. [nucl-th/0508065]

22) Black hole remnants at the LHC.
By Benjamin Koch, Marcus Bleicher, Sabine Hossenfelder.
JHEP 0510:053,2005. [hep-ph/0507138]

23) Trapping black hole remnants.
By Sabine Hossenfelder, Benjamin Koch, Marcus Bleicher.
[hep-ph/0507140] (Jul 2005) 7p.

24) Event-by-event analysis of baryon-strangeness correlations: Pinning down the critical temperature and volume of QGP formation.
By Stephane Haussler, Horst Stoecker, Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C73:021901,2006. [hep-ph/0507189]

25) Theory of the compactness of the hot fusion reaction Ca-48 + Pu-244 ---> 114-292*.
By Raj K. Gupta, Monika Manhas, G. Munzenberg, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C72:014607,2005.

26) Probing the density dependence of the symmetry potential in intermediate energy heavy ion collisions.
By Quing-feng Li, et al.,
J.Phys.G31:1359-1374,2005. [nucl-th/0507068]

27) Phase-space description of momentum spectra in relativistic heavy-ion collisions.
By Werner Deinet & Dirk H. Rischke.
Nucl.Phys.A765:226-251,2006. [nucl-th/0507076]

28) Detecting QGP with charge transfer fluctuations.
By Sangyong Jeon, Lijun Shi, Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C73:014905,2006. [nucl-th/0506025]

29) Probing the density dependence of the symmetry potential at low and high densities.
By Qingfeng Li, Zhuxia Li, Sven Soff, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Rev.C72:034613,2005. [nucl-th/0506030]

30) Compact stars for undergraduates.
By Irina Sagert, Matthias Hempel, Carsten Greiner, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Eur.J.Phys.27:577-610,2006. [astro-ph/0506417]

31) The Color glass condensate and hadron production in the forward region.
By Adrian Dumitru, Arata Hayashigaki, Jamal Jalilian-Marian.
Nucl.Phys.A765:464-482,2006. [hep-ph/0506308]

32) Dipole giant resonances in deformed heavy nuclei.
By J.A. Maruhn, P.G. Reinhard, P.D. Stevenson, J.Rikovska Stone, M.R. Strayer.
Phys.Rev.C71:064328,2005.

33) Dynamic canonical suppression of strangeness in transport models.
By O. Fochler, et al.,
[hep-ph/0505025] (May 2005) 3p.

34) Resonance absorption and regeneration in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By Sascha Vogel & Marcus Bleicher.
[nucl-th/0505027] (May 2005) 4p.

35) Critical line of the deconfinement phase transitions.
By Mark I. Gorenstein, Marek Gazdzicki, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C72:024909,2005. [nucl-th/0505050]

36) Dense quarks, and the fermion sign problem, in a SU(N) matrix model.
By Adrian Dumitru, Robert D. Pisarski, Detlef Zschiesche.
Phys.Rev.D72:065008,2005. [hep-ph/0505256]

37) Density inhomogeneities in heavy ion collisions around the critical point.
By Kerstin Paech & Adrian Dumitru.
Phys.Lett.B623:200-207,2005. [nucl-th/0504003]

38) Excitation function of the longitudinal expansion in central nuclear collisions.
By Marcus Bleicher.
J.Phys.Conf.Ser.50:410-413,2006. [hep-ph/0504207]

39) Electromagnetic processes in strong crystalline fields. Letter of intent.
By J.U. Andersen, et al.,
CERN-SPSC-2005-016 (Apr 2005) 9p.

40) Selfconsistent calculations of spectral densities in the O(N) model: Improving the Hartree-Fock approximation by including nonzero decay widths.
By Dirk Roder, Jorg Ruppert, Dirk H. Rischke.
Nucl.Phys.A775:127-151,2006. [hep-ph/0503042]

41) QCD plasma instabilities and isotropization.
By Adrian Dumitru & Yasushi Nara.
Phys.Lett.B621:89-95,2005. [hep-ph/0503121]

42) The Phase diagram of neutral quark matter: Self-consistent treatment of quark masses.
By Stefan B. Ruester, Verena Werth, Michael Buballa, Igor A. Shovkovy, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D72:034004,2005. [hep-ph/0503184]

43) Transverse pressure and strangeness dynamics in relativistic heavy ion reactions.
By M. Bleicher, E. Bratkovskaya, S. Vogel, X. Zhu.
J.Phys.G31:S709-S716,2005. [hep-ph/0503252]

44) Inhomogeneous freeze-out in heavy-ion collisions.
By A. Dumitru, L. Portugal, D. Zschiesche.
[nucl-th/0502051] (Feb 2005) 1p.

45) Dilepton production at SIS energies.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya.
[nucl-th/0502066] (Feb 2005) 9p.

46) Determination of the fundamental scale of gravity and the number of space-time dimensions from high energetic particle interactions.
By J. Ruppert, C. Rahmede, M. Bleicher.
Phys.Lett.B608:240-243,2005. [hep-ph/0501028]

47) D-mesons in dense nuclear matter.
By L. Tolos, J. Schaffner-Bielich, A. Mishra.
Eur.Phys.J.C43:127-130,2005. [hep-ph/0501151]

48) High energy cosmic ray air showers and small-x QCD.
By H.J. Drescher, A. Dumitru, M. Strikman.
[hep-ph/0501165] (Jan 2005) 28p.

49) Collective flow signals the quark gluon plasma.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, et al.,
AIP Conf.Proc.739:305-329,2005, Acta Phys.Hung.A24:189-201,2005.

50) Chiral symmetry and confinement.
By A. Mocsy.
AIP Conf.Proc.739:446-448,2005.

51) Optimum orientations of deformed nuclei for cold synthesis of superheavy elements and the role of higher multipole deformations.
By R.K. Gupta, et al.,
J.Phys.G31:631-644,2005.

52) Unified consideration of deep inelastic, quasi-fission and fusion fission phenomena.
By V. Zagrebaev & W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G31:825-844,2005.

53) Quark gluon plasma. New discoveries at RHIC: A case of strongly interacting quark gluon plasma. Proceedings, RBRC Workshop, Brookhaven, Upton, USA, May 14-15, 2004.
By D. Rischke (ed.) & G. Levin (ed.).
Nucl. Phys. A750 (2005) 1-16.

54) Model of binding alpha-particles and applications to superheavy elements.
By K.A. Gridnev, S.Yu. Torilov, D.K. Gridnev, W. Greiner, V.G. Kartavenko.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E14:635-643,2005.

55) Large extra dimensions and the minimal scale constraints through high precision experiments.
By U. Harbach, Benjamin Koch, M. Bleicher, Horst Stoecker, S. Hossenfelder.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.A20:3334-3336,2005.

56) Synthesis of 114-298 within isobaric reaction channels.
By R.A. Gherghescu & W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G31:1225-1231,2005.

57) Transverse pressure in relativistic nuclear collisions: Evidence for partonic interactions?
By M. Bleicher, et al.,
Acta Phys.Hung.A24:181-188,2005.

58) Neutron spin polarization in strong magnetic fields.
By H. Wen, L.S. Kisslinger, W. Greiner, G. Mao.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E14:1197-1204,2005.


2004

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1) Nonequilibrium models of relativistic heavy-ion collisions.
By Horst Stoecker, E.L. Bratkovskaya, M. Bleicher, S. Soff, X. Zhu.
J.Phys.G31:S929-S942,2005. [nucl-th/0412022]

2) Strange quark matter in stars: A General overview.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
J.Phys.G31:S651-S658,2005. [astro-ph/0412215]

3) Quark mass and the QCD transition.
By Agnes Mocsy.
J.Phys.G31:S1203-S1208,2005. [hep-ph/0412237]

4) Number of photons and brilliance of the radiation from a crystalline undulator.
By A.V. Korol, A.V. Solov'yov, W. Greiner.
Proc.SPIE Int.Soc.Opt.Eng.5974:45-59,2005. [physics/0412101]

5) Thermal kaons production in the relativistic heavy ions collision.
By I. Zakout, W. Greiner, H.R. Jaqaman.
Nucl.Phys.A759:201-226,2005. [nucl-th/0411028]

6) Gapless phases of color-superconducting matter.
By Igor A. Shovkovy, Stefan B. Ruester, Dirk H. Rischke.
J.Phys.G31:S849-S856,2005. [nucl-th/0411040]

7) Phase transitions in compact stars.
By Jean Macher & Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Eur.J.Phys.26:341-360,2005. [astro-ph/0411295]

8) The Properties of the D-meson in dense matter.
By Laura Tolos, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich, Amruta Mishra.
J.Phys.G31:S1213,2005. [hep-ph/0411256]

9) Heavy quarkonia survival in potential model.
By Agnes Mocsy & Peter Petreczky.
Eur.Phys.J.C43:77-80,2005. [hep-ph/0411262]

10) On stability of the neutron rich oxygen isotopes.
By K.A. Gridnev, et al.,
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E15:673-684,2006. [nucl-th/0411096]

11) Dynamical cluster-decay model for hot and rotating light-mass nuclear systems, applied to low-energy S-32 + Mg-24 ---> Ni-56 reaction.
By Raj K. Gupta, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C71:014601,2005. [nucl-ex/0410016]

12) Deconfinement in matrix models about the Gross-Witten point.
By Adrian Dumitru, Jonathan Lenaghan, Robert D. Pisarski.
Phys.Rev.D71:074004,2005. [hep-ph/0410294]

13) Renormalized Polyakov loops, matrix models and the Gross-Witten point.
By Adrian Dumitru & Jonathan T. Lenaghan.
[hep-ph/0409097] (Sep 2004) 9p.

14) Collective flow of open and hidden charm in Au + Au collisions at s**(1/2) = 200-GeV.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, Horst Stoecker, N. Xu.
Phys.Rev.C71:044901,2005. [nucl-th/0409047]

15) A General effective theory for dense quark matter.
By P.T. Reuter, Q. Wang, D.H. Rischke.
[nucl-th/0409051] (Sep 2004) 10p.

16) The Skyrme energy functional and low lying 2+ states in Sn, Cd and Te isotopes.
By P. Fleischer, P. Klupfel, P.-G. Reinhard, J.A. Maruhn.
Phys.Rev.C70:054321,2004. [nucl-th/0409059]

17) Evolution of hot, dissipative quark matter in relativistic nuclear collisions.
By Azwinndini Muronga & Dirk H. Rischke.
[nucl-th/0407114] (Aug 2004) 25p.

18) What is so special about strangeness in hot matter?
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
J.Phys.G30:R245,2004. [nucl-th/0408012]

19) High-density QCD and cosmic ray air showers.
By H.J. Drescher, A. Dumitru, M. Strikman.
Phys.Rev.Lett.94:231801,2005. [hep-ph/0408073]

20) Nuclear model of binding alpha-particles.
By K.A. Gridnev, et al.,
In *Peterhof 2004, Exotic nuclei* 485-48. [nucl-th/0408031]

21) The Two-proton shell gap in Sn isotopes.
By P. Fleischer, et al.,
[nucl-th/0408032] (Aug 2004) 8p.

22) In-medium properties of antikaons at finite temperature: The K-/K+ ratio at GSI.
By L. Tolos, J. Schaffner-Bielich, A. Polls, A. Ramos.
[nucl-th/0407035] (Jul 2004) 8p.

23) A General effective action for high-density quark matter.
By Philipp T. Reuter, Qun Wang, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D70:114029,2004,Erratum-ibid.D71: 099901,2005. [nucl-th/0405079]

24) Gauge field fluctuations and first-order phase transition in color superconductivity.
By Ioannis Giannakis, De-fu Hou, Hai-cang Ren, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.Lett.93:232301,2004. [hep-ph/0406031]

25) On the isovector channels in relativistic point coupling models within the Hartree and Hartree-Fock approximations.
By D.G. Madland, T.J. Burvenich, J.A. Maruhn, P.G. Reinhard.
Nucl.Phys.A741:52-59,2004. [nucl-th/0406006]

26) Possible production of exotic baryonia in relativistic heavy-ion collisions.
By I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, D. Strottman, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G31:803-808,2005. [hep-ph/0406067]

27) Rotating compact stars with exotic matter.
By Sarmistha Banik, Matthias Hanauske, Debades Bandyopadhyay, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.D70:123004,2004. [astro-ph/0406315]

28) Signatures of large extra dimensions.
By S. Hossenfelder, M. Bleicher, Horst Stoecker.
In *Camyuva-Kemer 2003, Structure and dynamics of elementary matter* 577-58. [hep-ph/0405031]

29) Influence of hexadecupole deformation and role of orientation in capture reactions with ca-48 projectiles leading to superheavy nuclei.
By Serban Misicu & W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C69:054601,2004.

30) Phase diagram of dense neutral three-flavor quark matter.
By Stefan B. Ruester, Igor A. Shovkovy, Dirk H. Rischke.
Nucl.Phys.A743:127-146,2004. [hep-ph/0405170]

31) Confinement and chiral symmetry.
By A. Mocsy.
In *Minneapolis 2004, Continuous advances in QCD* 303-31.

32) Antibaryons bound in nuclei.
By I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, T.J. Burvenich, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C71:035201,2005. [nucl-th/0404026]

33) Complex fission phenomena.
By D.N. Poenaru, R.A. Gherghescu, W. Greiner.
Nucl.Phys.A747:182-205,2005. [nucl-th/0404029]

34) Analytical relationship for the cranking inertia.
By D.N. Poenaru, R.A. Gherghescu, W. Greiner.
Eur.Phys.J.A24:355-359,2005. [nucl-th/0404046]

35) Properties of D-mesons in nuclear matter within a self-consistent coupled-channel approach.
By L. Tolos, J. Schaffner-Bielich, A. Mishra.
Phys.Rev.C70:025203,2004. [nucl-th/0404064]

36) Signatures of a minimal length scale in high precision experiments.
By U. Harbach, S. Hossenfelder, M. Bleicher, Horst Stoecker.
[hep-ph/0404205] (Apr 2004) 10p.

37) Ternary fission of Cf-252: 3368 KeV gamma radiation from Be-10 ts phy fragments.
By A. V. Daniel, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C69:041305,2004.

38) Evidence for alpha clustering in heavy and superheavy nuclei.
By D. S. Delion, A. Sandulescu, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C69:044318,2004.

39) Deconfinement and chiral symmetry restoration.
By Agnes Mocsy, Francesco Sannino, Kimmo Tuominen.
J.Phys.G30:S1255-S1258,2004. [hep-ph/0403160]

40) Channeling of positrons through periodically bent crystals: On feasibility of crystalline undulator and gamma laser.
By A.V. Korol, A.V. Solov'yov, W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E13:867-916,2004. [physics/0403082]

41) Strangeness dynamics and transverse pressure in relativistic nucleus-nucleus collisions.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C69:054907,2004. [nucl-th/0402026]

42) Density perturbations in heavy ion collisions below the critical point.
By A. Dumitru, K. Paech, Horst Stoecker.
[nucl-th/0402038] (Feb 2004) 1p.

43) Charmonium chemistry in A+A collisions at relativistic energies.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, A.P. Kostyuk, W. Cassing, Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Rev.C69:054903,2004. [nucl-th/0402042]

44) Kaons and antikaons in hot and dense hadronic matter.
By A. Mishra, E.L. Bratkovskaya, J. Schaffner- Bielich, S. Schramm, Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Rev.C70:044904,2004. [nucl-th/0402062]

45) Role of fluctuations in the linear sigma model with quarks.
By A. Mocsy, I.N. Mishustin, P.J. Ellis.
Phys.Rev.C70:015204,2004. [nucl-th/0402070]

46) Structure of stars and nuclei.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
In *Camyuva-Kemer 2003, Structure and dynamics of elementary matter* 303-32. [astro-ph/0402597]

47) Production of the Theta+(1540) pentaquark state in proton proton interactions.
By M. Bleicher, F.M. Liu, J. Aichelin, T. Pierog, K. Werner.
Phys.Lett.B595:288-292,2004. [hep-ph/0401049]

48) Review of QGP signatures: Ideas versus observables.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, et al.,
In *Camyuva-Kemer 2003, Structure and dynamics of elementary matter* 239-25. [nucl-th/0401031]

49) Effective Lagrangians for QCD: Deconfinement and chiral symmetry restoration.
By Agnes Mocsy, Francesco Sannino, Kimmo Tuominen.
[hep-ph/0401149] (Jan 2004) 22p.

50) Generalized Ward identity and gauge invariance of the color superconducting gap.
By De-fu Hou, Qun Wang, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D69:071501,2004. [hep-ph/0401152]

51) Vacuum, matter, and antimatter.
By W. Greiner.
Lect.Notes Phys.641:239-248,2004, AIP Conf.Proc.704:3-12,2004.

52) Observables from large extra dimensions.
By S. Hossenfelder, M. Bleicher, Horst Stoecker.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.D13:1453-1460,2004.

53) Vacuum: Matter and antimatter.
By W. Greiner & T.J. Burvenich.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.D13:1531-1538,2004.

54) Astronomy and relativistic astrophysics. Proceedings, International Workshop, Olinda, Brazil, October 12-16, 2003.
By W. Greiner (ed.), et al.,
Int. J. Mod. Phys. D13 (2004) 1167-154.

55) Particle ratios from a chiral SU(3) model.
By K. Paech, et al.,
Acta Phys.Hung.A21:151-156,2004.

56) Structure and dynamics of elementary matter. Proceedings, NATO Advanced Study Institute, Camyuva-Kemer, Turkey, September 22-October 2, 2003.
By W. Greiner (ed.), J. Reinhardt (ed.), M.G. Itkis (ed.), M.C. Guclu (ed.).
Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic (2004) 675 p (NATO science series II: Mathematics, physics and chemistry. 166.


2003

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1) Multistrange baryon production in Au + Au collisions near threshold.
By Gebhard Zeeb, Manuel Reiter, Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Lett.B586:297-302,2004. [nucl-th/0312015]

2) Gluons, tadpoles, and color neutrality in a two flavor color superconductor.
By Dennis D. Dietrich & Dirk H. Rischke.
Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys.53:305-316,2004. [nucl-th/0312044]

3) Strangeness dynamics in relativistic nucleus nucleus collision.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, et al.,
Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys.53:225-237,2004. [nucl-th/0312048]

4) Dynamics of strange, charm and high momentum hadrons in relativistic nucleus nucleus collisions.
By W. Cassing, K. Gallmeister, E.L. Bratkovskaya, C. Greiner, Horst Stoecker.
Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys.53:211-223,2004. [nucl-th/0312049]

5) In-medium effects on the K- / K+ ratio at GSI.
By L. Tolos, A. Polls, A. Ramos, J. Schaffner- Bielich.
Nucl.Phys.A754:356-360,2005. [nucl-th/0312051]

6) Potential energy surfaces and spectra of superheavy elements.
By P. O. Hess & Serban Misicu.
Phys.Rev.C68:064303,2003.

7) Dynamics and freezeout of hadron resonances at RHIC.
By Marcus Bleicher & Horst Stoecker.
J.Phys.G30:S111-S118,2004. [hep-ph/0312278]

8) Mixing and screening of photons and gluons in a color superconductor.
By Andreas Schmitt, Qun Wang, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D69:094017,2004. [nucl-th/0311006]

9) Confinement, chiral symmetry and hadrons.
By Agnes Mocsy, Francesco Sannino, Kimmo Tuominen.
[hep-ph/0311078] (Nov 2003)

10) The Quark mass dependence of T(c) in QCD: Working up from m = 0 or down from m = infinity?
By Adrian Dumitru, Dirk Roder, Jorg Ruppert.
Phys.Rev.D70:074001,2004. [hep-ph/0311119]

11) Deconfining phase transition as a matrix model of renormalized Polyakov loops.
By Adrian Dumitru, Yoshitaka Hatta, Jonathan Lenaghan, Kostas Orginos, Robert D. Pisarski.
Phys.Rev.D70:034511,2004. [hep-th/0311223]

12) Shell effects in cold fusion reactions.
By R. A. Gherghescu, W. Greiner, G. Munzenberg.
Phys.Rev.C68:054314,2003.

13) Connecting Polyakov loops to hadrons.
By A. Mocsy, F. Sannino, K. Tuominen.
ECONF C030614:034,2003. [hep-ph/0310078]

14) Confinement as felt by hadrons.
By Agnes Mocsy, Francesco Sannino, Kimmo Tuominen.
ECONF C030614:035,2003. [hep-ph/0310177]

15) Charge density influence on cold fusion barriers.
By R. A. Gherghescu & W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C68:044314,2003.

16) Probing mean field of neutron rich nuclei by cold fission.
By D. S. Delion, A. Sandulescu, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C68:041303,2003.

17) The Casimir effect in the presence of compactified universal extra dimensions.
By Katja Poppenhaeger, Sabine Hossenfelder, Stefan Hofmann, Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Lett.B582:1-5,2004. [hep-th/0309066]

18) Effect of color superconductivity on the mass and radius of a quark star.
By Stefan B. Ruester & Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D69:045011,2004. [nucl-th/0309022]

19) Universal transition curve in pseudorapidity distribution.
By Sangyong Jeon, Vasile Topor Pop, Marcus Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C69:044904,2004. [nucl-th/0309077]

20) Factorization of charge and nuclear formfactors for clusterized nuclei.
By K.A. Gridnev, K.V. Ershov, V.G. Kartavenko, W. Greiner.
In *Camyuva-Kemer 2003, Structure and dynamics of elementary matter* 639-64.

21) Confinement versus chiral symmetry.
By Agnes Mocsy, Francesco Sannino, Kimmo Tuominen.
Phys.Rev.Lett.92:182302,2004. [hep-ph/0308135]

22) Probing the minimal length scale by precision tests of the muon g-2.
By U. Harbach, S. Hossenfelder, M. Bleicher, Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Lett.B584:109-113,2004. [hep-ph/0308138]

23) Effects of Dirac sea polarization on hadronic properties: A Chiral SU(3) approach.
By A. Mishra, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C69:024903,2004. [nucl-th/0308064]

24) Mass modification of D meson in hot hadronic matter.
By A. Mishra, E.L. Bratkovskaya, J. Schaffner- Bielich, S. Schramm, Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Rev.C69:015202,2004. [nucl-th/0308082]

25) Microcanonical hadron production in pp collisions.
By F.M. Liu, J. Aichelin, K. Werner, M. Bleicher.
Phys.Rev.C69:054002,2004. [hep-ph/0307008]

26) K- / K+ ratio at GSI in hot and dense matter.
By L. Tolos, A. Polls, A. Ramos, J. Schaffner- Bielich.
J.Phys.G30:S537-S542,2004. [hep-ph/0307009]

27) A Microcanonical description of hadron production in proton proton collisions.
By F.M. Liu, K. Werner, J. Aichelin, M. Bleicher, Horst Stoecker.
J.Phys.G30:S589-S594,2004,J.Phys.G30: S589-S594,2004. [hep-ph/0307078]

28) Model dependence of lateral distribution functions of high energy cosmic ray air showers.
By Hans-Joachim Drescher, Marcus Bleicher, Sven Soff, Horst Stoecker.
Astropart.Phys.21:87-94,2004. [astro-ph/0307453]

29) Evidence for nonhadronic degrees of freedom in the transverse mass spectra of kaons from relativistic nucleus nucleus collisions?
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, S. Soff, Horst Stoecker, M. van Leeuwen, W. Cassing.
Phys.Rev.Lett.92:032302,2004. [nucl-th/0307098]

30) Transmission resonances and supercritical states in a one- dimensional cusp potential.
By Victor M. Villalba & Walter Greiner.
[hep-th/0305041] (May 2003) 10p.

31) Experimental test of spontaneous correlation and anomalous sensitivity in finite highly excited many body systems.
By Qi Wang, et al.,
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E12:377-394,2003. [nucl-ex/0305003]

32) The Quark gluon plasma in equilibrium.
By Dirk H. Rischke.
Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys.52:197-296,2004. [nucl-th/0305030]

33) A Model independent analysis of the dependence of the anomalous J / psi suppression on the number of participant nucleons.
By A.P. Kostyuk & W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G29:L59-L66,2003. [nucl-ex/0305016]

34) A fast hybrid approach to air shower simulations and applications.
By Hans-Joachim Drescher, et al.,
In *Tsukuba 2003, Cosmic Ray* 507-51. [astro-ph/0305429]

35) Charm coalescence at RHIC.
By A.P. Kostyuk, Mark I. Gorenstein, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C68:041902,2003. [hep-ph/0305277]

36) The Nonrelativistic limit of the relativistic point coupling model.
By A. Sulaksono, T. Burvenich, J.A. Maruhn, P.G. Reinhard, W. Greiner.
Ann.Phys.308:354-370,2003. [nucl-th/0305078]

37) Collider signatures in the Planck regime.
By S. Hossenfelder, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B575:85-99,2003. [hep-th/0305262]

38) Induced universal properties and deconfinement.
By Agnes Mocsy, Francesco Sannino, Kimmo Tuominen.
JHEP 0403:044,2004. [hep-ph/0306069]

39) Anti-kaon production in A+A collisions at SIS energies within an off-shell G matrix approach.
By W. Cassing, L. Tolos, E.L. Bratkovskaya, A. Ramos.
Nucl.Phys.A727:59-94,2003. [nucl-th/0304006]

40) Deformation energy minima at finite mass asymmetry.
By D.N. Poenaru & W. Greiner.
Europhys.Lett.64:164-170,2003. [nucl-th/0304061]

41) How far is normal nuclear matter from the chiral symmetry restoration?
By I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rept.391:363-380,2004. [hep-ph/0304296]

42) Thomas-Fermi study on the planar channel fields in crystals.
By Y.-T. Liu, Q.-R. Zhang, C.-Y. Gao, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G29:L29-L36,2003.

43) Dilute nuclear matter in chiral perturbation theory.
By E.S. Fraga, Y Hatta, R.D. Pisarski, J. Schaffner-Bielich.
Phys.Rev.C69:035211,2004. [nucl-th/0303019]

44) Hydrodynamics near a chiral critical point.
By K. Paech, Horst Stoecker, A. Dumitru.
Phys.Rev.C68:044907,2003. [nucl-th/0302013]

45) Systematics of fission barriers in superheavy elements.
By T. Burvenich, M. Bender, J.A. Maruhn, P.G. Reinhard.
Phys.Rev.C69:014307,2004,Erratum.ibid.C69: 029901,2004. [nucl-th/0302056]

46) In-medium vector meson masses in a chiral SU(3) model.
By D. Zschiesche, A. Mishra, S. Schramm, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C70:045202,2004. [nucl-th/0302073]

47) Black hole relics in large extra dimensions.
By Sabine Hossenfelder, Marcus Bleicher, Stefan Hofmann, Horst Stoecker, Ashutosh V. Kotwal.
Phys.Lett.B566:233-239,2003. [hep-ph/0302247]

48) K- / K+ ratio in heavy ion collisions at GSI with an antikaon selfenergy in hot and dense matter.
By Laura Tolos, Artur Polls, Angels Ramos, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Phys.Rev.C68:024903,2003. [nucl-th/0302082]

49) Constraints on models for proton proton scattering from multistrange baryon data.
By F.M. Liu, et al.,
Phys.Rev.D67:034011,2003.

50) The Equation of state for cold and dense strongly interacting matter.
By E.S. Fraga, Y. Hatta, R.D. Pisarski, J. Schaffner-Bielich.
[nucl-th/0301062] (Jan 2003) 4p.

51) Exploring isospin, strangeness and charm distillation in nuclear collisions.
By M. Reiter, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A722:142-147,2003. [nucl-th/0301067]

52) Mapping exchange in relativistic Hartree-Fock.
By A. Sulaksono, T. Burvenich, J.A. Maruhn, P.G. Reinhard, W. Greiner.
Ann.Phys.306:36-57,2003. [nucl-th/0301072]

53) Critical behavior of non-order parameter fields.
By Agnes Mocsy, Francesco Sannino, Kimmo Tuominen.
Phys.Rev.Lett.91:092004,2003. [hep-ph/0301229]

54) Open charm and charmonium production at RHIC.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Rev.C67:054905,2003. [nucl-th/0301083]

55) Chiral symmetry restoration in linear sigma models with different numbers of quark flavors.
By Dirk Roder, Jorg Ruppert, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D68:016003,2003. [nucl-th/0301085]

56) Electromagnetic Meissner effect in spin one color superconductors.
By Andreas Schmitt, Qun Wang, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.Lett.91:242301,2003. [nucl-th/0301090]

57) Macroscopic quantum superpositions in highly excited strongly interacting many body systems.
By S. Yu. Kun, L. Benet, L. T. Chadderton, W. Greiner, F. Haas.
Phys.Rev.C67:011604,2003.

58) In-medium vector meson properties and low-mass dilepton production from hot hadronic matter.
By Amruta Mishra, J. Reinhardt, H. Stocker, W. Greiner.
In *Mumbai 2003, Mesons and quarks* 251-25.

59) Chiral dynamics of a1(1260) --> 3pi.
By R. Tegen & W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G29:1083-1101,2003.

60) Why is the null HBT result at RHIC so interesting?
By M. Gyulassy & D.H. Rischke.
Heavy Ion Phys.17:261-270,2003.

61) Superheavy matter, strange matter, antimatter and the structure of the vacuum.
By W. Greiner.
Heavy Ion Phys.17:357-367,2003.

62) Exotic nuclei: From superheavies to hyper- and antimatter.
By W. Greiner.
Phys.Atom.Nucl.66:1009-1014,2003,Yad.Fiz.66: 1045-1050,2003.

63) Superheavy nuclei and clusters of hyper- and antimatter.
By W. Greiner.
AIP Conf.Proc.644:327-336,2003.

64) Highly correlated vacuum and the production of exotic clusters.
By W. Greiner & T. Burvenich.
Heavy Ion Phys.18:127-137,2003.

65) Superheavy nuclei and beyond: hypermatter and antimatter.
By W. Greiner.
Fizika B12:51-60,2003.


2002

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1) Polarized hyperons from pA scattering in the gluon saturation regime.
By Daniel Boer & Adrian Dumitru.
Phys.Lett.B556:33-40,2003. [hep-ph/0212260]

2) In-medium spectral functions of charmonia studied by anti-p + A reactions.
By Y.S. Golubeva, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, L.A. Kondratyuk.
Eur.Phys.J.A17:275-284,2003. [nucl-th/0212074]

3) Probing hadronization and freezeout with multiple strange hadrons and strange resonances.
By Marcus Bleicher.
Nucl.Phys.A715:85-94,2003. [hep-ph/0212378]

4) Creation of Dirac particles in the presence of a constant electric field in an anisotropic Bianchi I universe.
By Victor M. Villalba & Walter Greiner.
Mod.Phys.Lett.A17:1883-1891,2002. [gr-qc/0211005]

5) Proton breakup in high-energy pA collisions from perturbative QCD.
By Adrian Dumitru, Lars Gerland, Mark Strikman.
Phys.Rev.Lett.90:092301,2003,Erratum-ibid.91: 259901,2003. [hep-ph/0211324]

6) Dissipation near the QCD phase transition.
By Agnes Mocsy.
Nucl.Phys.A721:261-264,2003. [nucl-th/0211094]

7) Baryon stopping and strange baryon and anti-baryon production at ultrarelativistic energies.
By H. Weber, E.L. Bratkovskaya, Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Rev.C66:054903,2002.

8) Role of fragment orientations in the formation of fusion valleys of superheavy elements.
By S. Misicu & W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C66:044606,2002.

9) High multiplicity pA collisions and the small x effective action.
By A. Dumitru.
[hep-ph/0210412] (Oct 2002) 6p.

10) Catastrophic rearrangement of a compact star due to the quark core formation.
By I.N. Mishustin, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B552:1-8,2003. [hep-ph/0210422]

11) Particle production in time dependent gravitational fields: The Expanding mass shell.
By Sabine Hossenfelder, Dominik J. Schwarz, Walter Greiner.
Class.Quant.Grav.20:2337-2354,2003. [gr-qc/0210110]

12) The Deconfined phase near T(c) and its decay into hadrons.
By A. Dumitru & R.D. Pisarski.
Nucl.Phys.A715:855-858,2003. [nucl-th/0209001]

13) Particle ratios at RHIC: Effective hadron masses and chemical freezeout.
By D. Zschiesche, S. Schramm, J. Schaffner- Bielich, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B547:7-14,2002. [nucl-th/0209022]

14) When the transition temperature in color superconductors is not like in BCS theory.
By Andreas Schmitt, Qun Wang, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D66:114010,2002. [nucl-th/0209050]

15) Hadronic observables from SIS to SPS energies: Anything strange with strangeness?
By H. Weber, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Rev.C67:014904,2003. [nucl-th/0209079]

16) Charmonium dissociation in the context of Bethe-Salpeter equation at finite temperature.
By I. Zakout, H.R. Jaqaman, W. Greiner.
[hep-ph/0209308] (Sep 2002) 16p.

17) Numerical solution of the color superconductivity gap in a weak coupling constant.
By I. Zakout, H.R. Jaqaman, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C68:034901,2003. [hep-ph/0209342]

18) GEANT4: A Simulation toolkit.
By GEANT4
Nucl.Instrum.Meth.A506:250-303,2003.

19) Enhanced binding and cold compression of nuclei due to admixture of anti-baryons.
By T. Buervenich, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B542:261-267,2002. [nucl-th/0207011]

20) Near threshold production of a(0)(980) mesons in pi N and NN collisions and a(0) / f(0) mixing.
By L.A. Kondratyuk, et al.,
Phys.Atom.Nucl.66:152-171,2003,Yad.Fiz.66: 155-174,2003. [nucl-th/0207033]

21) Comment to `The Dependence of the anomalous J / psi suppression on the number of participant nucleons'.
By A.P. Kostyuk, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
[nucl-ex/0207018] (Jul 2002) 9p.

22) How the HBT puzzle at RHIC might dissipate.
By Adrian Dumitru.
[nucl-th/0206011] (Jun 2002) 9p.

23) Dissipation at two loop level: Undressing the chiral condensate.
By Agnes Mocsy.
Phys.Rev.D66:056010,2002. [hep-ph/0206075]

24) Nucleus-nucleus collisions at high baryon densities.
By H. Weber, E.L. Bratkovskaya, Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Lett.B545:285-290,2002. [nucl-th/0205030]

25) Baryon stopping as a probe for highly excited nuclear matter.
By H. Weber, E.L. Bratkovskaya, Horst Stoecker.
[nucl-th/0205032] (May 2002) 13p.

26) A Novel mechanism of H0 dibaryon production in proton proton interactions from parton based Gribov-Regge theory.
By M. Bleicher, et al.,
Phys.Rev.Lett.92:072301,2004. [hep-ph/0205182]

27) Is the existence of a softest point in the directed flow excitation function an unambiguous signal for the creation of a quark gluon plasma?
By Marcus Bleicher & Jorg Aichelin.
Phys.Lett.B612:201-206,2005. [nucl-th/0205069]

28) Longitudinal gluons and Nambu-Goldstone bosons in a two flavor color superconductor.
By Dirk H. Rischke & Igor A. Shovkovy.
Phys.Rev.D66:054019,2002. [nucl-th/0205080]

29) Forward quark jets from protons shattering the colored glass.
By Adrian Dumitru & Jamal Jalilian-Marian.
Phys.Rev.Lett.89:022301,2002. [hep-ph/0204028]

30) The High E(T) drop of J / psi to Drell-Yan ratio from the statistical c anti-c coalescence model.
By A.P. Kostyuk, Mark I. Gorenstein, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G28:2297-2306,2002. [hep-ph/0204180]

31) Two point functions for SU(3) Polyakov loops near T(c).
By Adrian Dumitru & Robert D. Pisarski.
Phys.Rev.D66:096003,2002. [hep-ph/0204223]

32) Probing hadronization with strangeness.
By S.A. Bass, et al.,
[nucl-th/0204049] (Apr 2002) 10p.

33) Systematics of cluster decay modes.
By D. N. Poenaru, Y. Nagame, R. A. Gherghescu, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C65:054308,2002,Erratum-ibid.C66: 049902,2002.

34) Hadron production at RHIC: Chemical freeze-out, effective masses and expanding matter.
By D. Zschiesche, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner, S. Schramm, J. Schaffner-Bielich.
In *Bento Goncalves 2002, Hadron physics* 15-3.

35) Probing hadronic formation times with anti-protons in p+A reactions at AGS energies.
By W. Cassing, E.L. Bratkovskaya, O. Hansen.
Nucl.Phys.A707:224-238,2002. [nucl-th/0203026]

36) Color glass condensate at RHIC?
By Adrian Dumitru.
[nucl-th/0203035] (Mar 2002) 5p.

37) Constraints on possible phase transitions above the nuclear saturation density.
By I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C66:015202,2002. [hep-ph/0203241]

38) Multistrange baryon production from identical pomerons in proton proton collisions.
By F.M. Liu, et al.,
[hep-ph/0202008] (Feb 2002) 4p.

39) Parton production via vacuum polarization.
By Dennis D. Dietrich, Gouranga C. Nayak, Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.G28:2001-2004,2002. [hep-ph/0202144]

40) From the Dyson-Schwinger to the transport equation in the background field gauge of QCD.
By Q. Wang, K. Redlich, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Nucl.Phys.A714:293-334,2003. [hep-ph/0202165]

41) Scaling properties of the transverse mass spectra.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich, Dima Kharzeev, Larry McLerran, Raju Venugopalan.
In *Hirschegg 2002, Ultrarelativistic heavy-ion collisions* 307-31. [nucl-th/0202054]

42) The Influence of the spin flip transitions on the photon spectrum from ultrarelativistic electrons in the field of a crystal.
By Andrei V. Korol, Andrey V. Solovyov, Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.G28:627-642,2002. [physics/0202064]

43) The K / pi ratio from condensed Polyakov loops.
By O. Scavenius, A. Dumitru, J.T. Lenaghan.
Phys.Rev.C66:034903,2002. [hep-ph/0201079]

44) Strange resonance production: Probing chemical and thermal freezeout in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By Marcus Bleicher & Jorg Aichelin.
Phys.Lett.B530:81-87,2002. [hep-ph/0201123]

45) In-medium vector meson properties and low mass dilepton production from hot hadronic matter.
By Amruta Mishra, Joachim Reinhardt, Horst Stoecker, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C66:064902,2002. [nucl-th/0201042]

46) Tevatron - probing TeV-scale gravity today.
By S. Hofmann, et al.,
J.Phys.G28:1657-1665,2002.

47) Anti-Omega dominance in p p interactions at intermediate energies.
By M.J. Bleicher & S.A. Bass.
J.Phys.G28:1965-1969,2002.

48) Direct interaction between baryons and the extension of the relativistic mean field theory for nuclear matter.
By Qi-Ren Zhang & W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E11:221-229,2002.

49) Open and hidden charm production in heavy-ion collisions at ultrarelativistic energies.
By Mark I. Gorenstein, A.P. Kostyuk, L. McLerran, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G28:2151-2167,2002.

50) Quantum chromodynamics.
By W. Greiner, S. Schramm, E. Stein.
Berlin, Germany: Springer (2002) 551 .

51) Phase transition to hyperon matter in neutron stars.
By J. Schaffner-Bielich, M. Hanauske, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.Lett.89:171101,2002.


2001

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1) Bound states of anti-nucleons in finite nuclei.
By G. Mao, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Beijing 2001, Nonequilibrium and nonlinear dynamics in nuclear and other finite systems* 112-11. [nucl-th/0112010]

2) Creation of scalar and Dirac particles in the presence of a time varying electric field in an anisotropic Bianchi I universe.
By Victor M. Villalba & Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.D65:025007,2002. [gr-qc/0112006]

3) Black hole production in large extra dimensions at the Tevatron: New limit on the fundamental scale of gravity.
By Marcus Bleicher, Stefan Hofmann, Sabine Hossenfelder, Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Lett.B548:73-76,2002. [hep-ph/0112186]

4) The Role of strangeness in astrophysics: An Odyssey through strange phases.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
J.Phys.G28:1853-1860,2002. [astro-ph/0112491]

5) Kinetic equation for gluons at the early stage.
By Qun Wang, Krzysztof Redlich, Horst Stoecker, Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.G28:2115-2120,2002. [hep-ph/0112314]

6) Suppression of high P(T) jets as a signal for large extra dimensions and new estimates of lifetimes for meta stable micro black holes: From the early universe to future colliders.
By Stefan Hofmann, et al.,
[hep-ph/0111052] (Nov 2001) 6p.

7) Nuclear ground state observables and QCD scaling in a refined relativistic point coupling model.
By T. Burvenich, D.G. Madland, J.A. Maruhn, P.G. Reinhard.
Phys.Rev.C65:044308,2002. [nucl-th/0111012]

8) Kinetic equation for gluons in the background gauge of QCD.
By Q. Wang, K. Redlich, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.Lett.88:132303,2002. [nucl-th/0111040]

9) Overpopulation of anti-Omega in p p collisions: A Way to distinguish statistical hadronization from string dynamics.
By M. Bleicher, et al.,
Phys.Rev.Lett.88:202501,2002. [hep-ph/0111187]

10) Gauge invariance of the color superconducting gap on the mass shell.
By R.D. Pisarski & D.H. Rischke.
Nucl.Phys.A702:177-184,2002. [nucl-th/0111070]

11) Scattering of gluons from the color glass condensate.
By Adrian Dumitru & Jamal Jalilian-Marian.
Phys.Lett.B547:15-20,2002. [hep-ph/0111357]

12) Neutron star composition in strong magnetic fields.
By Guang-Jun Mao, et al.,
Chin.Phys.Lett.20:1238,2003. [astro-ph/0111374]

13) How the quark selfenergy affects the color superconducting gap.
By Qun Wang & Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D65:054005,2002. [nucl-th/0110016]

14) Statistical coalescence model analysis of J / psi production in Pb + Pb collisions at 158-A-GeV.
By A.P. Kostyuk, Mark I. Gorenstein, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B531:195-202,2002. [hep-ph/0110269]

15) The Z=82 shell closure in neutron deficient Pb isotopes.
By M. Bender, et al.,
Eur.Phys.J.A14:23-28,2002. [nucl-th/0110057]

16) Test of the Polyakov loop model.
By Adrian Dumitru & Robert D. Pisarski.
Nucl.Phys.Proc.Suppl.106:483-485,2002. [hep-lat/0110214]

17) New class of compact stars at high density.
By Eduardo S. Fraga, Robert D. Pisarski, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Nucl.Phys.A702:217-223,2002. [nucl-th/0110077]

18) Partonic scattering cross-sections in the QCD medium.
By Jorg Ruppert, Gouranga C. Nayak, Dennis D. Dietrich, Horst Stoecker, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B520:233-242,2001. [hep-ph/0109043]

19) Quasistable black holes at LHC.
By Sabine Hossenfelder, Stefan Hofmann, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Rev.D66:101502,2002. [hep-ph/0109085]

20) Acoustically induced radiation of a charged particle channeling in a crystal.
By A.V. Korol, A.V. Solov'yov, W. Greiner.
[physics/0109035] UFTP-PREPRINT-467-1997 (Sep 2001)

21) Spontaneous and stimulated undulator radiation by an ultrarelativistic positron channeling in a periodically bent crystal.
By Wolfram Krause, Andrei V. Korol, Andrey V. Solovyov, Walter Greiner.
Nucl.Instrum.Meth.A475:441-444,2001. [physics/0109041]

22) Channeling of charged particles through periodically bent crystals: On the possibility of a gamma laser.
By Andrei V. Korol, Wolfram Krause, Andrey V. Solovyov, Walter Greiner.
[physics/0109044] UFTP-PREPRINT-516-2001 (Sep 2001) 8p.

23) Photon emission by ultrarelativistic positrons in crystalline undulators: The High-energy regime.
By W. Krause, A.V. Korol, A.V. Solov'yov, W. Greiner.
Nucl.Instrum.Meth.A483:455-460,2002. [physics/0109048]

24) Coupling between fragment radial motion and the transversal degrees of freedom in cold fission.
By S. Misicu, A. Sandulescu, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C64:044610,2001.

25) Quasimolecular resonances in the binary cold fission of Cf-252.
By D. S. Delion, A. Sandulescu, S. Misicu, F. Carstoiu, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C64:041303,2001.

26) Nonequilibrium aspects of chiral field theories.
By Agnes Mocsy.
[hep-ph/0110179] NUC-MINN-01-13-T (Sep 2001) 134p.

27) Influence of irradiation on the space-time structure of shock waves.
By J.A. Maruhn, I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov.
Phys.Rev.E64:066305,2001. [astro-ph/0108041]

28) Vector meson masses in hot nuclear matter: The Effect of quantum corrections.
By Amruta Mishra, Jitendra C. Parikh, Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.G28:151-168,2002. [nucl-th/0108035]

29) Generalized scaling of the transverse mass spectrum at the relativistic heavy ion collider.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich, Dmitri Kharzeev, Larry D. McLerran, Raju Venugopalan.
Nucl.Phys.A705:494-507,2002. [nucl-th/0108048]

30) rho / omega properties from dilepton spectra in p A reactions at 12-GeV.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya.
Phys.Lett.B529:26-35,2002. [nucl-th/0108055]

31) Space-time evolution and HBT analysis of relativistic heavy ion collisions in a chiral SU(3) x SU(3) model.
By D. Zschiesche, S. Schramm, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C65:064902,2002. [nucl-th/0107037]

32) Production of a0 mesons in pp and pn reactions.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, V.Yu. Grishina, L.A. Kondratyuk, Markus Buescher, W. Cassing.
J.Phys.G28:2423-2442,2002. [nucl-th/0107071]

33) Nuclear broadening effects on hard prompt photons at CERN SPS and BNL-RHIC energies.
By L. Gerland, Horst Stoecker, A. Dumitru, L. Frankfurt, M. Strikman.
In *Budapest 2001, High energy physics* hep2001/24.

34) Dynamics of hadron production at the confinement transition.
By A. Dumitru, A.D. Jackson, R.D. Pisarski, O. Scavenius.
In *Berkeley 2001, Nuclear physics in the 21st century* 517-52.

35) Nuclei, superheavy nuclei and hypermatter in a chiral SU(3) model.
By Christian Beckmann, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C65:024301,2002. [nucl-th/0106014]

36) Degrees of freedom and the deconfining phase transition.
By Adrian Dumitru & Robert D. Pisarski.
Phys.Lett.B525:95-100,2002. [hep-ph/0106176]

37) Microscopic colored quark dynamics in the soft nonperturbative regime: Description of hadron formation in relativistic S+Au collisions at CERN.
By S. Scherer, et al.,
New J.Phys.3:8,2001. [nucl-th/0106036]

38) Properties of dense strange hadronic matter with quark degrees of freedom.
By I. Zakout, H.R. Jaqaman, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G27:1939,2001. [nucl-th/0105005]

39) How protons shatter colored glass.
By Adrian Dumitru & Larry D. McLerran.
Nucl.Phys.A700:492-508,2002. [hep-ph/0105268]

40) Fundamental issues in the physics of elementary matter: Cold valleys and fusion of superheavy nuclei - hypernuclei - antinuclei - correlations in the vacuum.
By W. Greiner.
In *Beijing 2001, Nonequilibrium and nonlinear dynamics in nuclear and other finite systems* 3-2.

41) Hadron ratios: Chiral symmetry restauration versus nonequilibrium quark dynamics.
By K. Paech, et al.,
In *Beijing 2001, Nonequilibrium and nonlinear dynamics in nuclear and other finite systems* 45-5.

42) J / psi suppression and enhancement in au + au collisions at the BNL RHIC.
By Mark I. Gorenstein, A.P. Kostyuk, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B524:265-272,2002. [hep-ph/0104071]

43) Chemical freezeout parameters at RHIC from microscopic model calculations.
By L.V. Bravina, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A698:383-386,2002. [nucl-th/0104023]

44) Collective spectra of alpha-like giant trinuclear molecules.
By S. Misicu, P. O. Hess, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C63:054308,2001.

45) Remarks on the extraction of freezeout parameters.
By Dirk H. Rischke.
Nucl.Phys.A698:153-163,2002. [nucl-th/0104071]

46) Quantum vacuum in hot nuclear matter: A Nonperturbative treatment.
By Amruta Mishra, P.K. Panda, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G27:1561-1576,2001. [nucl-th/0103011]

47) Heavy flavor enhancement as a signal of color deconfinement.
By A.P. Kostyuk, Mark I. Gorenstein, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B519:207-211,2001. [hep-ph/0103057]

48) Nuclear broadening effects on hard prompt photons at relativistic energies.
By A. Dumitru, L. Frankfurt, L. Gerland, Horst Stoecker, M. Strikman.
Phys.Rev.C64:054909,2001. [hep-ph/0103203]

49) Explosive decomposition in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collision.
By O. Scavenius, A. Dumitru, A.D. Jackson.
Phys.Rev.Lett.87:182302,2001. [hep-ph/0103219]

50) Gluon selfenergy in a two flavor color superconductor.
By Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D64:094003,2001. [nucl-th/0103050]

51) Event-by-event fluctuations and the QGP.
By V. Koch, M. Bleicher, S. Jeon.
Nucl.Phys.A698:261-268,2002,Nucl.Phys.A702: 291-298,2002. [nucl-th/0103084]

52) Gluon pair production from a space-time dependent classical chromofield via vacuum polarization.
By Gouranga C. Nayak, Dennis D. Dietrich, Walter Greiner.
In *Rostock 2000/Trento 2001, Exploring quark matter* 71-7. [hep-ph/0104030]

53) Explosive collisions at RHIC?
By Adrian Dumitru & Robert D. Pisarski.
Nucl.Phys.A698:444-447,2002. [hep-ph/0102020]

54) Closed time path integral formalism and medium effects of nonequilibrium QCD matter.
By Chung-Wen Kao, Gouranga C. Nayak, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.D66:034017,2002. [hep-ph/0102153]

55) Issues of elementary matter: From superheavies to hypermatter and antimatter.
By W. Greiner.
In *Seoul 2001, Hadrons and nuclei* 274-29.

56) Signals of deconfinement? Strangeness and flow in heavy ion collisions.
By M. Bleicher, K. Paech, H. Weber, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Seoul 2001, Hadrons and nuclei* 298-30.

57) Vacuum polarization effects in hyperon rich dense matter: A Nonperturbative treatment.
By Amruta Mishra, P.K. Panda, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G28:67-83,2002. [nucl-th/0101006]

58) Intrinsic broadening of the transverse momentum spectra in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions?
By Larry D. McLerran & Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Phys.Lett.B514:29-32,2001. [hep-ph/0101133]

59) Small, dense quark stars from perturbative QCD.
By Eduardo S. Fraga, Robert D. Pisarski, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Phys.Rev.D63:121702,2001. [hep-ph/0101143]

60) Strange quark stars within the Nambu-Jona-Lasinio model.
By M. Hanauske, L.M. Satarov, I.N. Mishustin, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.D64:043005,2001. [astro-ph/0101267]

61) Current status of quark gluon plasma signals.
By D. Zschiesche, et al.,
Heavy Ion Phys.14:425-438,2001. [nucl-th/0101047]

62) e + e- production in pA reactions at SIS energies.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya.
Nucl.Phys.A696:761-787,2001. [nucl-th/0101067]

63) The Transverse energy as a barometer of a saturated plasma.
By Adrian Dumitru & Miklos Gyulassy.
Nucl.Phys.A698:471-474,2002. [hep-ph/0103291]

64) Quantum classical correspondence in microscopic and mesoscopic complex collisions.
By S. Yu. Kun, A. V. Vagov, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C63:014608,2001.

65) The influence of the dechannelling process on the photon emission by an ultrarelativistic positron channelling in a periodically bent crystal.
By A.V. Korol, A.V. Solovov, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G27:95-125,2001. [physics/0109042]

66) Probing hadronization with strangeness.
By S.A. Bass, P. Danielewicz, S. Pratt, A. Dumitru.
J.Phys.G27:635-644,2001.

67) Neutron star properties in a QCD-motivated model.
By M. Hanauske & W. Greiner.
Gen.Rel.Grav.33:739-755,2001.

68) Structure of vacuum and elementary matter: From superheavies via hypermatter to antimatter.
By W. Greiner.
Lect.Notes Phys.581:316-342,2001.

69) Properties of gluons in color superconductors.
By D.H. Rischke.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.A16S1C:1268-1270,2001, Heavy Ion Phys.14:329-340,2001.

70) Event-by-event fluctuations in heavy ion collisions.
By V. Koch, M. Bleicher, S. Jeon.
Heavy Ion Phys.14:227-237,2001.

71) Chiral symmetry in nuclei and nuclear matter.
By S. Schramm, C. Beckmann, Horst Stoecker, D. Zschiesche, W. Greiner.
Heavy Ion Phys.14:341-349,2001.

72) Fundamental issues in elementary matter. Proceedings, Symposium, 241st WE-Heraeus Seminar, Bad Honnef, Germany, September 25-29, 2000.
By W. Greiner (ed.).
Heavy Ion Phys.14:1-455,2001.


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1) Open charm enhancement in Pb + Pb collisions at SPS.
By Mark I. Gorenstein, A.P. Kostyuk, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G27:L47-L52,2001. [hep-ph/0012015]

2) On scission configuration in ternary fission.
By V.G. Kartavenko, A. Sandulescu, W. Greiner.
[nucl-th/0012009] (Dec 2000) 11p.

3) Open and hidden charm production in Au + Au collisions at RHIC energies.
By Mark I. Gorenstein, A.P. Kostyuk, Larry D. McLerran, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
[hep-ph/0012292] BNL-NT-00-27 (Dec 2000) 15p.

4) Pion interferometry at RHIC: Probing a thermalized quark gluon plasma?
By Sven Soff, Steffen A. Bass, Adrian Dumitru.
Phys.Rev.Lett.86:3981-3984,2001. [nucl-th/0012085]

5) Mean field models and superheavy elements.
By P.G. Reinhard, M. Bender, J.A. Maruhn.
[nucl-th/0012095] GSI-PREPRINT-2001-02 (Dec 2000) 27p.

6) Kaon condensation in neutron stars.
By Angels Ramos, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich, Jochen Wambach.
Lect.Notes Phys.578:175-202,2001. [nucl-th/0011003]

7) Local equilibrium in heavy ion collisions: Microscopic analysis of a central cell versus infinite matter.
By L.V. Bravina, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C62:064906,2000. [nucl-th/0011011]

8) Statistical multifragmentation in thermodynamic limit.
By K.A. Bugaev, Mark I. Gorenstein, I.N. Mishustin, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B498:144-148,2001. [nucl-th/0011055]

9) Asymptotic deconfinement in high density QCD.
By D.H. Rischke, D.T. Son, Misha A. Stephanov.
Phys.Rev.Lett.87:062001,2001. [hep-ph/0011379]

10) On nonlinear evolution of axisymmetric nuclear surface.
By V.G. Kartavenko, K.A. Gridnev, W. Greiner.
[nucl-th/0012008] (Nov 2000) 4p.

11) Statistical multifragmentation in thermodynamical limit: An Exact solution for phase transitions.
By K.A. Bugaev, Mark I. Gorenstein, I.N. Mishustin, W. Greiner.
In *Rostock 2000/Trento 2001, Exploring quark matter* 133-14. [nucl-th/0103075]

12) Phase transition in hot pion matter.
By A. Kostyuk, M. Gorenstein, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B500:273-278,2001. [hep-ph/0010076]

13) Event-by-event fluctuations from decay of a Polyakov loop condensate.
By Adrian Dumitru & Robert D. Pisarski.
Phys.Lett.B504:282-290,2001. [hep-ph/0010083]

14) Observing compact quark matter droplets in relativistic nuclear collisions.
By K. Paech, et al.,
[nucl-th/0010036] (Oct 2000) 6p.

15) Statistical coalescence model with exact charm conservation.
By Mark I. Gorenstein, A.P. Kostyuk, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B509:277-282,2001. [hep-ph/0010148]

16) Equation of state of resonance rich matter in the central cell in heavy ion collisions at S**(1/2) = 200-A/GeV.
By L.V. Bravina, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C63:064902,2001. [hep-ph/0010172]

17) Strange quark matter within the Nambu-Jona-Lasinio model.
By I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Atom.Nucl.64:802-811,2001. [hep-ph/0010223]

18) Open charm production in relativistic nucleus-nucleus collisions.
By W. Cassing, E.L. Bratkovskaya, A. Sibirtsev.
Nucl.Phys.A691:753-778,2001. [nucl-th/0010071]

19) Molecular collective vibrations in the ternary neutronless fission of Cf-252.
By S. Misicu, P.O. Hess, A. Sandulescu, W. Greiner.
[nucl-th/0010097] (Oct 2000) 12p.

20) Collective modes of trinuclear molecules.
By P.O. Hess, S. Misicu, W. Greiner, W. Scheid.
J.Phys.G26:957-980,2000. [nucl-th/0010098]

21) Hydrodynamic models for heavy ion collisions, and beyond.
By A. Dumitru, et al.,
Heavy Ion Phys.14:121-131,2001. [nucl-th/0010107]

22) Strange dibaryons in neutron stars and in heavy ion collisions.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Nucl.Phys.A691:416-422,2001. [nucl-th/0011078]

23) Aspects of supercritical heavy ion collisions.
By W. Greiner & J. Reinhardt.
In *Trieste 2000, Quantum electrodynamics and physics of the vacuum* 1-1.

24) Color current induced by gluons in background field method of QCD.
By Qun Wang, Chung-Wen Kao, Gouranga C. Nayak, Horst Stoecker, Walter Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E10:483-500,2001. [hep-th/0009076]

25) First order chiral phase transition in high-energy collisions: Can nucleation prevent spinodal decomposition?
By O. Scavenius, A. Dumitru, E.S. Fraga, J.T. Lenaghan, A.D. Jackson.
Phys.Rev.D63:116003,2001. [hep-ph/0009171]

26) Leading order gluon pair production from a space-time dependent chromofield.
By Dennis D. Dietrich, Gouranga C. Nayak, Walter Greiner.
[hep-ph/0009178] (Sep 2000) 4p.

27) Bottom and charm production at LHC and RHIC.
By Jens Ole Schmitt, Gouranga C. Nayak, Horst Stoecker, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B498:163-168,2001. [hep-ph/0009258]

28) Bremsstrahlung from a microscopic model of relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By S.M.H. Wong, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C63:014903,2001. [hep-ph/0008119]

29) Perspectives of e+ e- production in p p, p d and p B e reactions at SIS energies.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, U. Mosel.
Nucl.Phys.A686:568-588,2001. [nucl-th/0008037]

30) Calculating the Fierz transformation for higher orders.
By J.A. Maruhn, T. Buervenich, D.G. Madland.
[nucl-th/0007010] (Jul 2000) 6p.

31) Chiral phase transition within effective models with constituent quarks.
By O. Scavenius, A. Mocsy, I.N. Mishustin, D.H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.C64:045202,2001. [nucl-th/0007030]

32) Phase space description of the quark and gluon production from a space-time dependent chromofield.
By Dennis D. Dietrich, Gouranga C. Nayak, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.D64:074006,2001. [hep-th/0007139]

33) Strangeness enhancement from strong color fields at RHIC.
By M. Bleicher, W. Greiner, Horst Stoecker, N. Xu.
Phys.Rev.C62:061901,2000. [hep-ph/0007215]

34) Exact solution of the statistical multifragmentation model and liquid gas phase transition in nuclear matter.
By K.A. Bugaev, Mark I. Gorenstein, I.N. Mishustin, W. Greiner.
[nucl-th/0007062] (Jul 2000) 3p.

35) Production of a(0) mesons in the reactions pi N ---> a(0) N and p p ---> d a(0)+ at GeV energies.
By V.Yu. Grishina, L.A. Kondratyuk, E.L. Bratkovskaya, Markus Buescher, W. Cassing.
Eur.Phys.J.A9:277-285,2000. [nucl-th/0007074]

36) Suppression of quarkonium production in heavy ion collisions at RHIC and LHC.
By L. Gerland, L. Frankfurt, M. Strikman, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G27:695-702,2001. [nucl-th/0009008]

37) Effect of in-medium properties on heavy ion collisions.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
J.Phys.G27:337-348,2001. [nucl-th/0009083]

38) Transition to resonance rich matter in heavy ion collisions at RHIC energies.
By L.V. Bravina, et al.,
J.Phys.G27:421-426,2001. [nucl-th/0010088]

39) Enhanced strange particle yields - signal of a phase of massless particles?
By Sven Soff, et al.,
J.Phys.G27:449-458,2001. [nucl-th/0010103]

40) Anisotropic flow in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By Marcus Bleicher & Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Lett.B526:309-314,2002. [hep-ph/0006147]

41) Event-by-event fluctuations of the charged particle ratio from nonequilibrium transport theory.
By M. Bleicher, S. Jeon, V. Koch.
Phys.Rev.C62:061902,2000. [hep-ph/0006201]

42) Enhanced event by event fluctuations in pion multiplicity as a signal of disoriented chiral condensates at RHIC.
By M. Bleicher, J. Randrup, R. Snellings, X.N. Wang.
Phys.Rev.C62:041901,2000. [nucl-th/0006047]

43) The effective pressure of a saturated gluon plasma.
By Adrian Dumitru & Miklos Gyulassy.
Phys.Lett.B494:215-220,2000. [hep-ph/0006257]

44) Perspectives of nuclear physics: From superheavies via hypermatter to antimatter and the structure of a highly correlated vacuum.
By W. Greiner.
In *Varenna 2000, Nuclear reaction mechanisms* 1-3.

45) Pairing gaps from nuclear mean field models.
By M. Bender, K. Rutz, P.G. Reinhard, J.A. Maruhn.
Eur.Phys.J.A8:59-75,2000. [nucl-th/0005028]

46) Exactly soluble model for nuclear liquid gas phase transition.
By K.A. Bugaev, Mark I. Gorenstein, I.N. Mishustin, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C62:044320,2000. [nucl-th/0005036]

47) Properties of strange hadronic matter in bulk and in finite systems.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich & Avraham Gal.
Phys.Rev.C62:034311,2000. [nucl-th/0005060]

48) Hyperstars: Phase transition to (meta)stable hyperonic matter in neutron stars.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich, Matthias Hanauske, Horst Stoecker, Walter Greiner.
[astro-ph/0005490] (May 2000) 4p.

49) Thermal and chemical equilibration of hadronic matter.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A681:84-91,2001. [nucl-th/0007019]

50) Critical review of quark gluon plasma signals.
By D. Zschiesche, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A681:34-40,2001. [nucl-th/0007033]

51) On the observation of phase transitions in collisions of elementary matter.
By K. Paech, M. Reiter, A. Dumitru, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Nucl.Phys.A681:41-48,2001. [nucl-th/0007043]

52) Collective evolution of hot QCD matter from the QGP to freezeout.
By Adrian Dumitru & Steffen A. Bass.
AIP Conf.Proc.549:359-362,2002. [nucl-th/0007065]

53) Chiral symmetry restoration at nonzero temperature in the SU(3)(r) x SU(3)(l) linear sigma model.
By Jonathan T. Lenaghan, Dirk H. Rischke, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Phys.Rev.D62:085008,2000. [nucl-th/0004006]

54) Enhanced anti-proton production in Pb(160-GeV/A) + Pb reactions: Evidence for quark gluon matter?
By M. Bleicher, M. Belkacem, S.A. Bass, S. Soff, Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Lett.B485:133-138,2000. [hep-ph/0004045]

55) Second cluster integral and excluded volume effects for the pion gas.
By A. Kostyuk, M. Gorenstein, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C63:044901,2001. [hep-ph/0004163]

56) Baryonic contributions to the dilepton spectra in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By M. Bleicher, A.K. Dutt-mazumder, C. Gale, C.M. Ko, V. Koch.
[nucl-th/0004044] LBNL-45199 (Apr 2000) 11p.

57) Van der Waals excluded volume model for Lorentz contracted rigid spheres.
By K.A. Bugaev, Mark I. Gorenstein, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B485:121-125,2000. [nucl-th/0004061]

58) Nonlinear evolution of the momentum dependent condensates in strong interaction: The 'Pseudoscalar laser'.
By Adrian Dumitru & Ove Scavenius.
Phys.Rev.D62:076004,2000. [hep-ph/0003134]

59) Surface tension between kaon condensate and normal nuclear matter phase.
By Michael B. Christiansen, Norman K. Glendenning, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Phys.Rev.C62:025804,2000. [nucl-th/0003045]

60) Debye screening and Meissner effect in a three flavor color superconductor.
By Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D62:054017,2000. [nucl-th/0003063]

61) The Quasimolecular stage of ternary fission.
By D.N. Poenaru, Bogdan Dobrescu, W. Greiner, J.H. Hamilton, A.V. Ramayya.
[nucl-th/0002008] (Feb 2000) 12p.

62) The Quasimolecular stage of ternary fission.
By D.N. Poenaru, Bogdan Dobrescu, W. Greiner, J.H. Hamilton, A.V. Ramayya.
J.Phys.G26:L97-L102,2000. [nucl-th/0002009]

63) Unusual bound states of quark matter within the NJL model.
By I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C62:034901,2000. [hep-ph/0002148]

64) Superheavy nuclei in a chiral hadronic model.
By C. Beckmann, et al.,
[nucl-th/0002046] UFTP-505-2000 (Feb 2000) 7p.

65) Gluon pair production from space-time dependent chromofield.
By Gouranga C. Nayak & Walter Greiner.
[hep-th/0001009] (Jan 2000) 12p.

66) Anti-K**0 condensation in neutron stars.
By Subrata Pal, Debades Bandyopadhyay, Walter Greiner.
Nucl.Phys.A674:553-577,2000. [astro-ph/0001039]

67) Aspects of thermal and chemical equilibration of hadronic matter.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A675:661-691,2000. [nucl-th/0001008]

68) Baryon number conservation and statistical production of anti-baryons.
By Mark I. Gorenstein, Marek Gazdzicki, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B483:60-68,2000. [hep-ph/0001112]

69) Excitation functions of hadronic observables from SIS to RHIC energies.
By W. Cassing, E.L. Bratkovskaya, S. Juchem.
Nucl.Phys.A674:249-276,2000. [nucl-th/0001024]

70) Dynamics of hot bulk QCD matter: From the quark gluon plasma to hadronic freezeout.
By S.A. Bass & A. Dumitru.
Phys.Rev.C61:064909,2000. [nucl-th/0001033]

71) Equilibration of the gluon minijet plasma at RHIC and LHC.
By Gouranga C. Nayak, Adrian Dumitru, Larry D. McLerran, Walter Greiner.
Nucl.Phys.A687:457-474,2001. [hep-ph/0001202]

72) Debye screening and Meissner effect in a two flavor color superconductor.
By Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D62:034007,2000. [nucl-th/0001040]

73) Three cluster nuclear molecules.
By D.N. Poenaru, Bogdan Dobrescu, W. Greiner.
[nucl-th/0001046] (Jan 2000) 8p.

74) Quark phases in neutron stars and a 'third family' of compact stars as a signature for phase transitions.
By K. Schertler, C. Greiner, J. Schaffner-Bielich, M.H. Thoma.
Nucl.Phys.A677:463-490,2000. [astro-ph/0001467]

75) Hadrons in dense resonance matter: A Chiral SU(3) approach.
By D. Zschiesche, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C63:025211,2001. [nucl-th/0001055]

76) Dilepton production and chiral symmetry.
By V. Koch, M. Bleicher, A.K. Dutt-Mazumder, C. Gale, C.M. Ko.
In *Hirschegg 2000, Hadrons in dense matter* 137-14. [nucl-th/0002044]

77) Color superconductivity in cold, dense quark matter.
By D.H. Rischke & R.D. Pisarski.
In *Villefranche-sur-Mer 2000, Quantum chromodynamics* 220-23. [nucl-th/0004016]

78) Half-lives of trinuclear molecules.
By F. Carstoiu, I. Bulboaca, A. Sandulescu, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C61:044606,2000.

79) Shift of the 2+(1) state of Be-10 in the ternary cold fission of Cf-252.
By S. Misicu, A. Sandulescu, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C61:041602,2000. [nucl-th/0010095]

80) Preformation probabilities for light ternary particles in the cold (neutronless) fission of Cf-252.
By A. Florescu, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C61:051602,2000.

81) High-energy photoproduction and scattering of leptons in the field of extended nuclei.
By U. Eichmann, J. Reinhardt, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C61:064901,2000.

82) Total energy losses due to the radiation in an acoustically based undulator: The undulator and the channeling radiation included.
By A.V. Korol, A.V. Solovev, W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E9:77-105,2000. [physics/0109040]

83) Total spectrum of photon emission by an ultrarelativistic positron channelling in a periodically bent crystal.
By W. Krause, A.V. Korol, A.V. Solovev, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G26:L87-L95,2000. [physics/0109045]


1999

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1) Coherent photon bremsstrahlung and dynamics of heavy ion collisions: Comparison of different models.
By U. Eichmann, C. Ernst, L. Satarov, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C62:044902,2000. [hep-ph/9912331]

2) Vacuum discharge as a possible source of gamma-ray bursts.
By G. Mao, S. Chiba, W. Greiner, K. Oyamatsu.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E9:185-192,2000. [astro-ph/9912303]

3) Current status of heavy ion physics.
By K. Paech, et al.,
In *Bucharest 1999, Advances in nuclear physics* 212-22.

4) Global observables and secondary interactions in central Au + Au reactions at s**(1/2) = 200-GeV/A.
By M.J. Bleicher, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C62:024904,2000. [hep-ph/9911420]

5) The Directed flow maximum near c(s) = 0.
By J. Brachmann, A. Dumitru, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Eur.Phys.J.A8:549-552,2000. [nucl-th/9912014]

6) Consequences of the center-of-mass correction in nuclear mean field models.
By M. Bender, K. Rutz, P.G. Reinhard, J.A. Maruhn.
Eur.Phys.J.A7:467-478,2000. [nucl-th/9910025]

7) Pairing gap and polarization effects.
By K. Rutz, M. Bender, P.G. Reinhard, J.A. Maruhn.
Phys.Lett.B468:1-6,1999. [nucl-th/9910026]

8) Color superconductivity in weak coupling.
By Robert D. Pisarski & Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D61:074017,2000. [nucl-th/9910056]

9) Ternary configuration in the framework of inverse mean field method.
By V.G. Kartavenko, A. Sandulescu, W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E8:381-388,1999. [nucl-th/9910070]

10) Meson mass modification in strange hadronic matter.
By Subrata Pal, Song Gao, Horst Stoecker, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B465:282-290,1999. [nucl-th/9909005]

11) Neutron star properties in a chiral SU(3) model.
By M. Hanauske, et al.,
[astro-ph/9909052] (Sep 1999) 8p.

12) Relativistic hadron hadron collisions in the ultrarelativistic quantum molecular dynamics model.
By M. Bleicher, et al.,
J.Phys.G25:1859-1896,1999. [hep-ph/9909407]

13) Chemical equilibration of quarks and gluons at RHIC and LHC energies.
By Duncan M. Elliott & Dirk H. Rischke.
Nucl.Phys.A671:583-608,2000. [nucl-th/9908004]

14) Statistical mechanics of semiclassical colored objects.
By M. Hofmann, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B478:161-171,2000. [nucl-th/9908030]

15) Dibaryons with strangeness: Their weak nonleptonic decay using SU(3) symmetry and how to find them in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich, Raffaele Mattiello, Heinz Sorge.
Phys.Rev.Lett.84:4305-4308,2000. [nucl-th/9908043]

16) Transport-theoretical analysis of reaction dynamics, particle production and freezeout at RHIC.
By S.A. Bass, A. Dumitru, M. Bleicher, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Providence 1999, QCD and multiparticle production* 326-33.

17) Fine structure of Vavilov-Cherenkov radiation near the Cherenkov threshold.
By V.G. Kartavenko, G.N. Afanasiev, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.E68:066501,2003. [nucl-th/9907010]

18) Strangeness enhancement in heavy ion collisions: Evidence for quark gluon matter?
By Sven Soff, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B471:89-96,1999. [nucl-th/9907026]

19) Gaps and critical temperature for color superconductivity.
By Robert D. Pisarski & Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D61:051501,2000. [nucl-th/9907041]

20) Hadron yields in Au + Au / Pb + Pb at RHIC and LHC from thermalized mini-jets.
By N. Hammon, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner, A. Dumitru.
J.Phys.G26:1283-1290,2000. [hep-ph/9907324]

21) Medium modified cross-sections, temperature and finite momentum effects for anti-kaon production in heavy ion collisions.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich, Volker Koch, Martin Effenberger.
Nucl.Phys.A669:153-172,2000. [nucl-th/9907095]

22) Transport calculation of dilepton production at ultrarelativistic energies.
By C. Ernst, S.A. Bass, S. Soff, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
[nucl-th/9907118] (Jul 1999) 12p.

23) Antiflow of nucleons at the softest point of the EoS.
By J. Brachmann, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C61:024909,2000. [nucl-th/9908010]

24) Hadron yields from thermalized mini-jets at RHIC and LHC.
By N. Hammon, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner, A. Dumitru.
In *Tampere 1999, High energy physics* 965-96. [hep-ph/9911409]

25) Discontinuities in relativistic hydrodynamics across space - like and time - like hypersurfaces.
By K.A. Bugaev, Mark I. Gorenstein, W. Greiner.
Heavy Ion Phys.10:333-343,1999. [nucl-th/0009035]

26) Semimicroscopical description of the scission configuration in the cold fission of Cf-252.
By S. Misicu & P. Quentin.
Eur.Phys.J.A6:399-404,1999. [nucl-th/9906007]

27) Quantum tunneling with dissipation in smoothly joined parabolic potential.
By S. Misicu.
[quant-ph/9906012] (Jun 1999) 8p.

28) Effective restoration of the U(A)(1) symmetry in the SU(3) linear sigma model.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Phys.Rev.Lett.84:3261,2000. [hep-ph/9906361]

29) RHIC predictions from the urQMD model: Transparencies.
By M. Bleicher, S.A Bass, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
[hep-ph/9906398] (Jun 1999) 6p.

30) Parity violation through color superconductivity.
By R.D. Pisarski & D.H. Rischke.
[nucl-th/9906050] (Jun 1999) 4p.

31) Particle freezeout and discontinuities in relativistic hydrodynamics.
By K.A. Bugaev, Mark I. Gorenstein, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G25:2147-2160,1999. [nucl-th/9906088]

32) Local equilibrium in heavy ion collisions: Microscopic model versus statistical model analysis.
By L.V. Bravina, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C60:024904,1999. [hep-ph/9906548]

33) Charmonium suppression: Interplay of hadronic and partonic degrees of freedom.
By L. Gerland, L. Frankfurt, M. Strikman, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Nucl.Phys.A663:1019-1022,2000. [nucl-th/9908052]

34) Chiral model for dense, hot and strange hadronic matter.
By D. Zschiesche, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A663:737-740,2000. [nucl-th/9908072]

35) Neutron star properties in the quark meson coupling model.
By S. Pal, M. Hanauske, I. Zakout, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C60:015802,1999. [astro-ph/9905010]

36) Three volume element expansion in high-energy heavy ion collisions.
By A. Dumitru.
Phys.Lett.B463:138,1999. [hep-ph/9905217]

37) Large p(t) enhancement from freezeout.
By V.K. Magas, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B459:33-36,1999. [nucl-th/9905054]

38) A First order chiral phase transition may naturally lead to the `quench' initial condition and strong soft pion fields.
By O. Scavenius & A. Dumitru.
Phys.Rev.Lett.83:4697-4700,1999. [hep-ph/9905572]

39) Rho meson broadening and dilepton production in heavy ion collisions.
By Song Gao, Charles Gale, Christoph Ernst, Horst Stoecker, Walter Greiner.
Nucl.Phys.A661:518-521,1999. [nucl-th/9906087]

40) Equilibrium and nonequilibrium effects in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By L.V. Bravina, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A661:600-603,1999. [nucl-th/9907062]

41) Last call for RHIC predictions.
By S.A. Bass, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A661:205-260,1999. [nucl-th/9907090]

42) Freezeout in hydrodynamical models in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By V.K. Magas, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A661:596-599,1999. [nucl-th/0001049]

43) Deuterons and space momentum correlations in high-energy nuclear collisions.
By B. Monreal, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C60:031901,1999. [nucl-th/9904080]

44) Why color flavor locking is just like chiral symmetry breaking.
By Robert D. Pisarski & Dirk H. Rischke.
[nucl-th/9907094] (Apr 1999) 9p.

45) Nonequilibrium dynamics of a hadronizing quark gluon plasma.
By M. Hofmann, et al.,
[nucl-th/9908031] (Apr 1999) 15p.

46) e+ e- production from p p reactions at BEVALAC energies.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, M. Effenberger, U. Mosel.
Nucl.Phys.A653:301-317,1999. [nucl-th/9903009]

47) Moments of event observable distributions and many body correlations.
By M. Belkacem, Z. Aouissat, M. Bleicher, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
[nucl-th/9903017] (Mar 1999) 7p.

48) Superfluidity in a model of massless fermions coupled to scalar bosons.
By Robert D. Pisarski & Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.D60:094013,1999. [nucl-th/9903023]

49) e+ e- pair production from gamma A reactions.
By M. Effenberger, E.L. Bratkovskaya, U. Mosel.
Phys.Rev.C60:044614,1999. [nucl-th/9903026]

50) Shape coexistence and the effective nucleon-nucleon interaction.
By P.G. Reinhard, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C60:014316,1999. [nucl-th/9903037]

51) Relativistic Hartree approach including negative energy bound states.
By G. Mao, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
[nucl-th/9903041] (Mar 1999) 19p.

52) Kinetic freezeout models.
By V.K. Magas, et al.,
Heavy Ion Phys.9:193-216,1999. [nucl-th/9903045]

53) Physics opportunities at RHIC and LHC.
By S. Scherer, et al.,
In *Brookhaven 1998, RHIC physics and beyond* 121-14. [hep-ph/9903392]

54) Directed and elliptic flow.
By Sven Soff, Steffen A. Bass, Marcus Bleicher, Horst Stoecker, Walter Greiner.
[nucl-th/9903061] (Mar 1999) 4p.

55) Nonequilibrium initial conditions from pQCD for RHIC and LHC.
By N. Hammon, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C61:014901,2000. [hep-ph/9903527]

56) Shell structure of superheavy nuclei in selfconsistent mean field models.
By M. Bender, K. Rutz, P.G. Reinhard, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C60:034304,1999. [nucl-th/9906030]

57) Analysis of Au + Au collisions at RHIC with combined parton/hadron transport approaches.
By S.A. Bass, A. Dumitru, M. Bleicher, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Atlanta 1999, Heavy ion physics* 136-14.

58) Modeling j / psi production and absorption in a microscopic nonequilibrium approach.
By C. Spieles, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C60:054901,1999. [hep-ph/9902337]

59) Analysis of reaction dynamics at RHIC in a combined parton / hadron transport approach.
By S.A. Bass, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C60:021901,1999. [nucl-th/9902055]

60) Potential energy surfaces of superheavy nuclei.
By M. Bender, K. Rutz, P.G. Reinhard, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C58:2126-2132,1998. [nucl-th/9902058]

61) Hadronic freezeout following a first order hadronization phase transition in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By S.A. Bass, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C60:021902,1999. [nucl-th/9902062]

62) Hot hypernuclear matter in the modified quark meson coupling model.
By I. Zakout, H.R. Jaqaman, S. Pal, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C61:055208,2000. [nucl-th/9904084]

63) Neutron stars and quark phases in the NJL model.
By Klaus Schertler, Stefan Leupold, Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Phys.Rev.C60:025801,1999. [astro-ph/9901152]

64) e+ e- pairs from pi- A reactions: Comment.
By M. Effenberger, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, U. Mosel.
Phys.Rev.C60:027601,1999. [nucl-th/9901039]

65) Direct emission of multiple strange baryons in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions from the phase boundary.
By A. Dumitru, S.A. Bass, M. Bleicher, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B460:411-416,1999. [nucl-th/9901046]

66) The O(N) model at finite temperature: Renormalization of the gap equations in Hartree and large N approximation.
By Jonathan T. Lenaghan & Dirk H. Rischke.
J.Phys.G26:431-450,2000. [nucl-th/9901049]

67) Irreversibility, steady state, and nonequilibrium physics in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By E.E. Zabrodin, L.V. Bravina, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
[hep-ph/9901356] (Jan 1999) 4p.

68) Impact parameter dependencies in Pb (160/A-GeV) + Pb reactions: Hydrodynamical versus cascade calculations.
By J. Brachmann, et al.,
[nucl-th/9901057] (Jan 1999) 3p.

69) Gluon versus sea quark shadowing.
By N. Hammon, L. Gerland, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B488:2744,1999.

70) Hadronic and electromagnetic probes of hot and dense nuclear matter.
By W. Cassing & E.L. Bratkovskaya.
Phys.Rept.308:65-233,1999.

71) Relativistic quantum transport theory of hadronic matter: The coupled nucleon, Delta, and pion system.
By G. Mao, L. Neise, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C59:1674-1699,1999.

72) Photon emission by an ultrarelativistic particle channeling in a periodically bent crystal.
By A.V. Korol, A.V. Solovov, W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E8:49-100,1999. [physics/0109047]

73) Dissociation of expanding c anti-c states in heavy ion collisions.
By C. Spieles, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B458:137-142,1999.

74) Critical review of quark gluon plasma signatures.
By S. Scherer, et al.,
Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys.42:279-293,1999.

75) Angular momenta of even even fragments in the neutronless fission of Cf-252.
By S. Misicu, A. Sandulescu, G.M. Ter-Akopian, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C60:034613,1999. [nucl-th/0010096]

76) Electromagnetic pair production in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By U. Eichmann, J. Reinhardt, W. Greiner.
Heavy Ion Phys.9:49-66,1999.

77) Cluster description of cold (neutronless) alpha ternary fission of Cf-252.
By A. Sabrevendulescu, F. Carstoiu, I. Bulboacabreve, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C60:044613,1999.

78) Search for scission neutrons in the spontaneous fission of Cf-252.
By GANDS95 Collaboration
Phys.Rev.C60:044616,1999.

79) The influence of higher order corrections on the production of heavy fermion pairs in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By U. Eichmann, J. Reinhardt, W. Greiner.
Phys.Scripta T80:434-436,1999.

80) Equilibrium and nonequilibrium effects in nucleus nucleus collisions.
By L.V. Bravina, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B459:660-666,1999.


1998

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1) Homogeneous nucleation of quark gluon plasma, finite size effects and longlived metastable objects.
By E.E. Zabrodin, L. Bravina, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C59:894-904,1999. [hep-ph/9812292]

2) Metastable quark - anti-quark droplets within the Nambu-Jona-Lasinio model.
By I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C59:3343-3356,1999. [hep-ph/9812319]

3) DCC dynamics with the SU(3) linear sigma model.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich & Jorgen Randrup.
Phys.Rev.C59:3329-3342,1999. [nucl-th/9812032]

4) Rho meson broadening in hot and dense hadronic matter.
By Song Gao, Charles Gale, Christoph Ernst, Horst Stoecker, Walter Greiner.
[nucl-th/9812059] (Dec 1998) 19p.

5) Gluon shadowing versus sea quark shadowing.
By N. Hammon, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B448:290-294,1999. [hep-ph/9811242]

6) Distinguishing hadronic cascades from hydrodynamic models in Pb (160-A/GeV) + Pb reactions by impact parameter variation.
By M. Bleicher, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C59:1844-1845,1999. [hep-ph/9811459]

7) A First order transition to, and then parity violation in, a color superconductor.
By Robert D. Pisarski & Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.Lett.83:37-40,1999. [nucl-th/9811104]

8) Hydrogen - like atoms from ultrarelativistic nuclear collisions.
By Joseph I. Kapusta & Agnes Mocsy.
Phys.Rev.C59:2937-2940,1999. [nucl-th/9812013]

9) Charmlets.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich & Axel P. Vischer.
Phys.Rev.D57:4142-4153,1998. [nucl-th/9710064]

10) Signatures of quark gluon plasma formation in high-energy heavy ion collisions: A Critical review.
By S.A. Bass, M. Gyulassy, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G25:R1-R57,1999. [hep-ph/9810281]

11) Local thermal and chemical equilibration and the equation of state in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By L.V. Bravina, et al.,
J.Phys.G25:351-361,1999. [nucl-th/9810036]

12) Generalized Rarita-Schwinger equations.
By I. Lovas, K. Sailer, W. Greiner.
[hep-th/9810103] KLTE-DTP-1998-1 (Oct 1998) 12p.

13) On the possibility of f(0) observation in low-energy p p collisions.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, L.A. Kondratyuk, A. Sibirtsev.
Eur.Phys.J.A4:165-170,1999. [nucl-th/9810044]

14) Inverse slope systematics in high-energy p+p and Au+Au reactions.
By A. Dumitru & C. Spieles.
Phys.Lett.B446:326-331,1999. [hep-ph/9810378]

15) J / psi suppression in heavy ion collisions - interplay of hard and soft QCD processes.
By C. Spieles, et al.,
[hep-ph/9810486] LBL-42410 (Oct 1998) 9p.

16) Kaon condensation and dynamical nucleons in neutron stars.
By Norman K. Glendenning & Jeurgen Schaffner- Bielich.
Phys.Rev.Lett.81:4564-4567,1998. [astro-ph/9810284]

17) Dissociation rates of J / psi's with comoving mesons: Thermal versus nonequilibrium scenario.
By C. Spieles, et al.,
J.Phys.G25:2351-2359,1999. [hep-ph/9809441]

18) Low mass dileptons and dropping rho meson mass.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya & C.M. Ko.
Phys.Lett.B445:265-270,1999. [nucl-th/9809056]

19) Reaction dynamics in Pb + Pb at the CERN / SPS: From partonic degrees of freedom to freezeout.
By S.A. Bass, et al.,
Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys.42:313-322,1999. [nucl-th/9810077]

20) Effective kaon energy from a novel chiral SU(3) model.
By Guang-jun Mao, et al.,
Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys.42:207-208,1999. [nucl-th/9811021]

21) Chiral symmetries in nuclear physics.
By D. Zschiesche, et al.,
In *Ioannina 1998, Symmetries in intermediate and high energy physics* 129-16.

22) Nuclear deformation effects in the cluster radioactivity.
By S. Misicu & D. Protopopescu.
[nucl-th/9808001] JINR-E4-98-179 (Aug 1998) 11p.

23) Proton decay from excited states in spherical nuclei.
By S. Misicu, N. Carjan, P. Talou.
J.Phys.G24:1745-1756,1998. [nucl-th/9808002]

24) Long range alpha characteristics in the ternary cold fission of Cf-252.
By Serban Misicu, A. Sandulescu, F. Carstoiu, M. Rizea, W. Greiner.
Nuovo Cim.A112:313-326,1999. [nucl-th/9808003]

25) Excitation function of energy density and partonic degrees of freedom in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By H. Weber, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B442:443-448,1998. [nucl-th/9808021]

26) Nonideal particle distributions from kinetic freezeout models.
By C. Anderlik, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C59:388-394,1999. [nucl-th/9808024]

27) Effect of quark jet energy loss on direct photons in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By A. Dumitru & N. Hammon.
[hep-ph/9807260] YRHI-98-14 (Jul 1998) 11p.

28) Charmonium suppression from purely geometrical effects.
By N. Hammon, L. Gerland, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C59:2744-2752,1999. [hep-ph/9807546]

29) Implications of hyperon pairing for cooling of neutron stars.
By Christoph Schaab, Shmuel Balberg, Juergen Schaffner-Bielich.
[astro-ph/9807198] (Jul 1998) 7p.

30) Collective dynamics in highly relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By A. Dumitru & D.H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.C59:354-363,1999. [nucl-th/9806003]

31) Freezeout in hydrodynamical models.
By C. Anderlik, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C59:3309-3316,1999. [nucl-th/9806004]

32) Coulomb effects on electromagnetic pair production in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By U. Eichmann, J. Reinhardt, W. Greiner.
[nucl-th/9806031] UFTP-478-1998 (Jun 1998) 13p.

33) Forming disoriented chiral condensates through fluctuations.
By Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.C58:2331-2357,1998. [nucl-th/9806045]

34) Kaon effective mass and energy from a novel chiral SU(3) symmetric Lagrangian.
By Guangjun Mao, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C59:3381-3385,1999. [nucl-th/9806068]

35) Nuclei in a chiral SU(3) model.
By P. Papazoglou, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C59:411-427,1999. [nucl-th/9806087]

36) Entropy production in collisions of relativistic heavy ions: A Signal for quark gluon plasma phase transition?
By M. Reiter, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A643:99-112,1998. [nucl-th/9806010]

37) Multiple sources for meson and baryon radiation in high-energy nucleus-nucleus collisions.
By S. Soff, et al.,
In *Acicastello 1998, Measuring the size of things in the universe* 221-23.

38) Concluding remarks.
By W. Greiner.
In *Acicastello 1998, Measuring the size of things in the universe* 367-38.

39) Supercooling of rapidly expanding quark - gluon plasma.
By E.E. Zabrodin, L.V. Bravina, L.P. Csernai, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B423:373-378,1998. [hep-ph/9806207]

40) J / psi absorption scenarios in nuclear collisions.
By J. Geiss, E. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, C. Greiner.
In *Seattle 1998, Quarkonium production in high-energy nuclear collisions* 132-14. [nucl-th/9810059]

41) Cold (neutronless) alpha ternary fission of Cf-252.
By A.V. Ramayya, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C57:2370-2374,1998.

42) Local thermodynamical equilibration in central Au + Au collisions at AGS.
By L.V. Bravina, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B434:379-387,1998. [nucl-th/9804008]

43) Equation of state, spectra and composition of hot and dense infinite hadronic matter in a microscopic transport model.
By M. Belkacem, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C58:1727-1733,1998. [nucl-th/9804058]

44) Electron propagation in the field of colliding nuclei at ultrarelativistic energies.
By U. Eichmann, J. Reinhardt, S. Schramm, W. Greiner.
[nucl-th/9804064] (Apr 1998) 20p.

45) Excitation function of energy density and partonic degrees of freedom in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By H. Weber, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A642:121-129,1998.

46) Dynamics of classical Yang-Mills fields in ultrarelativistic nuclear collisions.
By D.H. Rischke.
In *Minneapolis 1998, Continuous advances in QCD* 440-45.

47) Charmonium suppression with c anti-c dissociation by strings.
By J. Geiss, C. Greiner, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, U. Mosel.
Phys.Lett.B447:31-40,1999. [nucl-th/9803008]

48) Can momentum correlations proof kinetic equilibration in heavy ion collisions at 160/A-GeV?
By M. Bleicher, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B435:9-12,1998. [hep-ph/9803345]

49) The Origin of transverse flow at the SPS.
By M. Bleicher, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B447:227-232,1999. [hep-ph/9803346]

50) J / psi production, chi polarization and color fluctuations.
By L. Gerland, L. Frankfurt, M. Strikman, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.Lett.81:762-765,1998. [nucl-th/9803034]

51) Microscopic models for ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By S.A. Bass, et al.,
Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys.41:255-369,1998, Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys.41:225-370,1998. [nucl-th/9803035]

52) Selfconsistent relativistic quantum transport theory of hadronic matter: The Coupled nucleon, delta and pion system.
By Guang-jun Mao, L. Neise, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
[nucl-th/9803045] (Mar 1998) 59p.

53) Role of fragment higher static deformations in the cold binary fission of Cf-252.
By A. Sandulescu, S. Misicu, F. Carstoiu, A. Florescu, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C57:2321-2328,1998. [nucl-th/9803048]

54) Neutronless Be-10 accompanied ternary fission of Cf-252.
By A. Sandulescu, et al.,
[nucl-th/9803049] (Mar 1998)

55) Molecular vibrational states in the binary cold fission of ^ 252 cf.
By S Misicu, A Sandulescu, W Greiner.
[nucl-th/9803050] (Mar 1998) 5p.

56) Toroidal collective motions in the atomic nucleus.
By S. Misicu.
[nucl-th/9803051] (Mar 1998) 20p.

57) Neutron star constraints on the H dibaryon.
By Norman K. Glendenning & Jurgen Schaffner- Bielich.
Phys.Rev.C58:1298-1305,1998. [astro-ph/9803232]

58) Fluid dynamics for relativistic nuclear collisions.
By Dirk H. Rischke.
In *Cape Town 1998, Hadrons in dense matter and hadrosynthesis* 21-7. [nucl-th/9809044]

59) Physics of strange matter.
By Carsten Greiner & Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
[nucl-th/9801062] LBL-41324 (Jan 1998) 74p.

60) Excitation function of entropy and pion production from AGS to SPS energies.
By M. Reiter, et al.,
[nucl-th/9801068] (Jan 1998) 1p.

61) Strange phases in neutron stars.
By J. Schaffner-Bielich & N.K. Glendenning.
In *Hirschegg 1998, Nuclear astrophysics* 108-11. [nucl-th/9802030]

62) Relativistic transport theory for N, Delta and N*(1440) system.
By Guangjun Mao, L. Neise, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
[nucl-th/9806021] (Jan 1998) 10p.

63) Supercritical fields in heavy ion physics - A status report.
By W. Greiner & J. Reinhardt.
In *Monterey 1998, Quantum aspects of beam physics* 438-46.

64) Hadrochemical vs. microscopic analysis of particle production and freeze-out in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By S.A. Bass, et al.,
In *Snowbird 1998, Advances in nuclear dynamics 4* 13-2.

65) Direct photons in pb + pb at CERN SPS from microscopic transport theory.
By A. Dumitru, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C57:3271-3275,1998. [hep-ph/9709487]

66) Nuclear shadowing effects on prompt photons at RHIC and LHC.
By N. Hammon, A. Dumitru, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C57:3292-3298,1998. [hep-ph/9801292]

67) Phase transitions in the gas of bags.
By Mark I. Gorenstein, W. Greiner, S.N. Yang.
J.Phys.G24:725-744,1998.

68) Coherent radiation of an ultrarelativistic charged particle channelled in a periodically bent crystal.
By A.V. Korol, A.V. Solovov, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G24:L45-L53,1998. [physics/0109039]

69) Fluctuations and inhomogenities of energy density and isospin in Pb + Pb at the SPS.
By M. Bleicher, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A638:391-394,1998.

70) Intermediate mass dileptons from secondary Drell-Yan processes.
By C. Spieles, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A638:507-510,1998.

71) Does the QCD vacuum build up a color chemical potential dynamically?
By K. Sailer & W. Greiner.
Heavy Ion Phys.8:133-164,1998.

72) Generalised Rarita-Schwinger equations. II.
By I. Lovas, K. Sailer, W. Greiner.
Heavy Ion Phys.8:237-245,1998.

73) Nonlinear waves of nuclear density.
By V.G. Kartavenko, A. Sandulescu, W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E7:449-463,1998. [nucl-th/9907018]

74) Quantum mechanics: Special chapters.
By W. Greiner.
Berlin, Germany: Springer (1998) 378 .


1997

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1) Meson m(T) - scaling in heavy ion collisions at SIS energies.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, U. Mosel.
Phys.Lett.B424:244-252,1998. [nucl-th/9712046]

2) Intermediate mass excess of dilepton production in heavy ion collisions at BEVALAC energies.
By C. Ernst, S.A. Bass, M. Belkacem, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C58:447-456,1998. [nucl-th/9712069]

3) Nonlinear effects in nuclear cluster problem.
By V.G. Kartavenko, K.A. Gridnev, W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E7:287-299,1998. [nucl-th/9907015]

4) Excluded volume hadron gas model for particle number ratios in A+A collisions.
By Granddon D. Yen, Mark I. Gorenstein, Walter Greiner, Shin-Nan Yang.
Phys.Rev.C56:2210-2218,1997. [nucl-th/9711062]

5) e+ e- pairs from pi- A reactions.
By T. Weidmann, E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, U. Mosel.
Phys.Rev.C59:919-927,1999. [nucl-th/9711004]

6) Collective mechanism of dilepton production in high-energy nuclear collisions.
By I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G24:L17-L21,1998. [hep-ph/9711271]

7) Are we close to the QGP? Hadrochemical versus microscopic analysis of particle production in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By S.A. Bass, et al.,
Phys.Rev.Lett.81:4092-4095,1998. [nucl-th/9711032]

8) Chemical freezeout in relativistic A+A collisions: Is it close to the QGP?
By Mark I. Gorenstein, Horst Stoecker, Granddon D. Yen, Shin Nan Yang, Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.G24:1777-1784,1998. [nucl-th/9711055]

9) Dilepton production and M(T) scaling at BEVALAC / SIS energies.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, R. Rapp, J. Wambach.
Nucl.Phys.A634:168-189,1998. [nucl-th/9710043]

10) Strangelets and strange quark matter.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich.
Nucl.Phys.A639:443-450,1998. [nucl-th/9711044]

11) First order kaon condensate.
By Norman K. Glendenning & Jurgen Schaffner- Bielich.
Phys.Rev.C60:025803,1999. [astro-ph/9810290]

12) Dilepton production by bremsstrahlung of meson fields in nuclear collisions.
By I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C57:2552-2558,1998. [hep-ph/9709384]

13) Relativistic transport theory of N, Delta and N* (1440) interacting through sigma, omega and pi mesons.
By Guang-jun Mao, L. Neise, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner, Zhu-xia Li.
Phys.Rev.C57:1938-1961,1998. [nucl-th/9709047]

14) The nonlinearities in nuclear reactions.
By K.A. Gridnev, V.G. Kartavenko, W. Greiner, J. Maruhn.
In *Samara 1997, QFTHEP'97* 293-30.

15) Probing the rho spectral function in hot and dense nuclear matter by dileptons.
By W. Cassing, E.L. Bratkovskaya, R. Rapp, J. Wambach.
Phys.Rev.C57:916-921,1998. [nucl-th/9708020]

16) Classical gluon radiation in ultrarelativistic nuclear collisions: Space-time structure, instabilities, and thermalization.
By Sergei G. Matinyan, Berndt Muller, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.C57:1927-1937,1998. [nucl-th/9708053]

17) Hypermatter in chiral field theory.
By P. Papazoglou, D. Zschiesche, S. Schramm, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G23:2081-2089,1997. [nucl-th/9706013]

18) Chiral Lagrangian for strange hadronic matter.
By P. Papazoglou, S. Schramm, J. Schaffner- Bielich, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C57:2576-2588,1998. [nucl-th/9706024]

19) Multipole expansion of bremsstrahlung in intermediate-energy heavy ion collisions.
By Ulrich Eichmann & Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.G23:L65-L76,1997. [nucl-th/9706044]

20) A Microscopic calculation of secondary Drell-Yan production in heavy ion collisions.
By C. Spieles, et al.,
Eur.Phys.J.C5:349-355,1998. [hep-ph/9706525]

21) Hadron and hadron cluster production in a hydrodynamical model including particle evaporation.
By A. Dumitru, C. Spieles, Horst Stoecker, C. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C56:2202-2209,1997. [nucl-th/9706078]

22) Production and absorption of c anti-c pairs in nuclear collisions at SPS energies.
By W. Cassing & E.L. Bratkovskaya.
Nucl.Phys.A623:570-590,1997. [hep-ph/9705257]

23) Gluon radiation and coherent states in ultrarelativistic nuclear collisions.
By Sergei G. Matinyan, Berndt Muller, Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.C56:2191-2201,1997. [nucl-th/9705024]

24) Hot nuclear matter in the quark meson coupling model.
By P.K. Panda, A. Mishra, J.M. Eisenberg, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C56:3134-3139,1997. [nucl-th/9705045]

25) An HFB scheme in natural orbitals.
By P.G. Reinhard, M. Bender, K. Rutz, J.A. Maruhn.
Z.Phys.A358:277-278,1997. [nucl-th/9705054]

26) Probes for the early reaction dynamics of heavy ion collisions at AGS and SPS.
By A. Dumitru, et al.,
Heavy Ion Phys. 5 (1997) 357-36. [nucl-th/9705056]

27) Negative energy bound states in relativistic mean field theory.
By S.K. Patra, P.K. Panda, J. Maruhn, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Mod.Phys.Lett.A12:1561-1572,1997.

28) Classical gluon radiation in ultrarelativistic nucleus-nucleus collisions.
By Yuri V. Kovchegov & Dirk H. Rischke.
Phys.Rev.C56:1084-1094,1997. [hep-ph/9704201]

29) Properties of exotic matter for heavy ion searches.
By J. Schaffner-Bielich, C. Greiner, Horst Stoecker, A.P. Vischer.
J.Phys.G23:2107-2115,1997. [nucl-th/9705031]

30) Kaon interferometry as signal for the QCD phase transition at RHIC.
By Stefan Bernard, Dirk H. Rischke, Joachim A. Maruhn, Walter Greiner.
Nucl.Phys.A625:473-493,1997. [nucl-th/9703017]

31) Nonequilibrium fluid dynamics in the early stage of ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By J. Brachmann, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A619:391-412,1997. [nucl-th/9703032]

32) `Soft' transverse expansion and flow in a multifluid model without phase transition.
By J. Brachmann, et al.,
[nucl-th/9703044] (Mar 1997) 13p.

33) Analysis of kaon production at SIS energies.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, U. Mosel.
Nucl.Phys.A622:593-604,1997. [nucl-th/9703047]

34) J/psi production and absorption in nuclear collisions.
By W. Cassing & E.L. Bratkovskaya.
In *Les Arcs 1997, QCD and high energy hadronic interactions* 531-53.

35) Structure of the vacuum in nuclear matter: A Nonperturbative approach.
By A. Mishra, P.K. Panda, S. Schramm, J. Reinhardt, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C56:1380-1388,1997. [nucl-th/9702008]

36) Modeling the many body dynamics of heavy ion collisions: Present status and future perspective.
By C. Hartnack, et al.,
Eur.Phys.J.A1:151-169,1998. [nucl-th/9811015]

37) `Pressure equilibration' in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By J. Brachmann, et al.,
[nucl-th/9701045] (Jan 1997) 3p.

38) Microscopic analysis of thermodynamic parameters from 160-MeV/n - 160-GeV/n.
By M. Bleicher, et al.,
[nucl-th/9704065] (Jan 1997) 13p.

39) SU(3)L x SU(3)R symmetry and hot hadronic matter.
By P. Papazoglou, et al.,
In *Hirschegg 1997, QCD phase transitions* 124-12.

40) Time delay and flow signatures of the QCD phase transition.
By D.H. Rischke.
In *Hirschegg 1997, QCD phase transitions* 339-34.

41) Resonance lifetimes and time delays in the UrQMD approach.
By S.A. Bass, et al.,
In *Hirschegg 1997, QCD phase transitions* 425-43.

42) Relativistic heavy ion collisions: A chance to extend the periodic system of elements into the sectors of strangeness and antimatter.
By M. Bleicher, et al.,
In *Campos do Jordao 1997, Nuclear physics* 29-13.

43) Transition to Delta matter from hot, dense nuclear matter within a relativistic mean field formulation of the nonlinear sigma and omega model.
By Zhu-Xia Li, Guang-Jun Mao, Yi-Zhong Zhuo, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C56:1570-1575,1997.

44) Experimental techniques in nuclear physics.
By D.N. Poenaru (ed.) & W. Greiner (ed.).
Berlin, Germany: de Gruyter (1997) 649 .

45) Extension of the periodic system of elements and the structure of the vacuum.
By W. Greiner.
In *Nanjing 1997, Physics since parity symmetry breaking* 141-171 In *Thessaloniki 1997, Advances in nuclear physics and related areas* 1-1.

46) Generalized Rarita-Schwinger equations for nonstrange baryons.
By I. Lovas, K. Sailer, W. Greiner.
Heavy Ion Phys.5:85-95,1997.

47) Correlations of pions and kaons as a measure for delayed expansion due to the QCD phase transition.
By S. Bernard, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner, D.H. Rischke.
Heavy Ion Phys.5:445-454,1997.

48) Approximate chiral symmetry, in-medium pion mass, and the pi-abnormal nuclear state.
By Qi-Ren Zhang & W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E6:323-330,1997.


1996

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1) Nonlinear liquid drop model. Cnoidal waves.
By Andrei Ludu, Aureliu Sandulescu, Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.G23:343-364,1997. [nucl-th/9612006]

2) Particle production by time dependent meson fields in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Wilderness 1996, Structure of vacuum and elementary matter* 522-52. [hep-ph/9611295]

3) Dilepton production from AGS to SPS energies within a relativistic transport approach.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya & W. Cassing.
Nucl.Phys.A619:413-446,1997. [nucl-th/9611042]

4) Detectability of strange matter in heavy ion experiments.
By Jurgen Schaffner-Bielich, Carsten Greiner, Alexander Diener, Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Rev.C55:3038-3046,1997. [nucl-th/9611052]

5) Strong correlation of the vacuum in relativistic mean field theory.
By P.K. Panda, et al.,
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E6:307-322,1997.

6) Nontrivial fixed points of the scalar field theory.
By K. Sailer & W. Greiner.
Heavy Ion Phys. 5 (1997) 41-5. [hep-th/9610143]

7) Superheavy nuclei in selfconsistent nuclear calculations.
By K. Rutz, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C56:238-243,1997. [nucl-th/9610032]

8) Hot spots and turbulent initial conditions of quark - gluon plasmas in nuclear collisions.
By Miklos Gyulassy, Dirk H. Rischke, Bin Zhang.
Nucl.Phys.A613:397-434,1997. [nucl-th/9609030]

9) Phase transition in the chiral sigma - omega model with dilatons.
By P. Papazoglou, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C55:1499-1508,1997. [nucl-th/9609035]

10) Kaon versus anti-kaon production at SIS energies.
By W. Cassing, E.L. Bratkovskaya, U. Mosel, S. Teis, A. Sibirtsev.
Nucl.Phys.A614:415-432,1997. [nucl-th/9609050]

11) Nuclear clusters as a probe for expansion flow in heavy ion reactions at 10-A/GeV - 15-A/GeV.
By R. Mattiello, H. Sorge, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C55:1443-1454,1997. [nucl-th/9607003]

12) In-medium production of kaons at the mean field level.
By Jurgen Schaffner, Jakob Bondorf, Igor N. Mishustin.
Nucl.Phys.A625:325-346,1997. [nucl-th/9607058]

13) Signatures of dense hadronic matter in ultrarelativistic heavy ion reactions.
By L.A. Winckelmann, et al.,
[nucl-th/9610042] (Jul 1996) 10p.

14) Isotopic yields for the cold fission of Cf-252.
By A. Sandulescu, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C54:258-265,1996.

15) Baryon stopping and strangeness production in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By L. Gerland, C. Spieles, M. Bleicher, Horst Stoecker, C. Greiner.
[nucl-th/9606001] (Jun 1996) 16p.

16) The Time delay signature of quark - gluon plasma formation in relativistic nuclear collisions.
By Dirk H. Rischke & Miklos Gyulassy.
Nucl.Phys.A608:479-512,1996. [nucl-th/9606039]

17) Lipkin-Nogami pairing scheme in self-consistent nuclear structure calculations.
By P.-G. Reinhard, W. Nazarewicz, M. Bender, J.A. Maruhn.
Phys.Rev.C53:2776-2785,1996.

18) Cold fission as cluster decay with dissipation.
By E. Stefanescu, W. Scheid, A. Sandulescu, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C53:3014-3021,1996.

19) Hyperon - rich matter.
By Juergen Schaffner.
In *Wilderness 1996, Structure of vacuum and elementary matter* 278-28. [nucl-th/9605010]

20) Probing hadronic polarizations with dilepton anisotropies.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, U. Mosel.
Z.Phys.C75:119-126,1997. [nucl-th/9605025]

21) Extracting the equation of state from a microscopic nonequilibrium model.
By C. Spieles, et al.,
In *Williamsburg 1996, Particles and nuclei* 409-41. [nucl-th/9606030]

22) Collective flow in heavy ion reactions and the properties of excited nuclear matter.
By J. Konopka, et al.,
In *Acicastello 1996, Critical phenomena and collective observables* 348-35. [nucl-th/9607015]

23) Microscopic calculation of expanding nuclear matter.
By Jens Konopka, Horst Stoecker, Walter Greiner.
In *Acicastello 1996, Critical phenomena and collective observables* 311-31. [nucl-th/9607014]

24) Hyperon rich matter and kaons in matter.
By Jurgen Schaffner, Jakob Bondorf, Igor N. Mishustin.
Heavy Ion Phys.4:293-300,1996. [nucl-th/9607019]

25) Hydrodynamics and collective behavior in relativistic nuclear collisions.
By Dirk H. Rischke.
Nucl.Phys.A610:88c-101c,1996. [nucl-th/9608024]

26) Microscopic calculations of stopping and flow from 160-A/MeV to 160-A/GeV.
By L.A. Winckelmann, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A610:116c-123c,1996. [nucl-th/9610033]

27) Shell - like structures in an expanding quark - anti-quark plasma.
By Carsten Greiner & Dirk-Hermann Rischke.
Phys.Rev.C54:1360-1365,1996. [nucl-th/9604044]

28) Nucleus-nucleus collisions at highest energies.
By M. Bleicher, et al.,
In *Wilderness 1996, Structure of vacuum and elementary matter* 452-45. [nucl-th/9605044]

29) Dynamics of strangeness production and strange matter formation.
By C. Spieles, M. Bleicher, L. Gerland, Horst Stoecker, C. Greiner.
In *Wilderness 1996, Structure of vacuum and elementary matter* 491-49. [nucl-th/9606027]

30) Transverse shocks in the turbulent gluon plasma produced in ultrarelativistic A+A.
By M. Gyulassy, D.H. Rischke, B. Zhang.
In *Wilderness 1996, Structure of vacuum and elementary matter* 427-43. [nucl-th/9606045]

31) Relativistic hydrodynamics for heavy ion collisions: Freezeout and particle spectra.
By Stefan Bernard, Joachim A. Maruhn, Walter Greiner, Dirk H. Rischke.
Nucl.Phys.A605:566-582,1996. [nucl-th/9602011]

32) Dilepton anisotropy from p + Be and Ca + Ca collisions at BEVALAC energies.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, W. Cassing, U. Mosel.
Phys.Lett.B376:12-18,1996. [nucl-th/9601018]

33) Neural networks for impact parameter determination.
By S.A. Bass, A. Bischoff, J.A. Maruhn, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C53:2358-2363,1996. [nucl-th/9601024]

34) Towards decay anisotropy of dileptons.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, O.V. Teryaev, V.D. Toneev.
Dubna JINR - 4(72)-95 (95/08,rec.Feb.96) 5-.

35) The Structure of the quark - gluon plasma around the deconfinement transition.
By W. Greiner & D.H. Rischke.
Phys.Rept.264:183-204,1996.

36) Field quantization.
By W. Greiner & J. Reinhardt.
Berlin, Germany: Springer (1996) 440 .

37) On the extension of the periodic system into the sectors of strangeness and antimatter.
By W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E5:1-90,1996.

38) Channeling process in a bent crystal.
By A.V. Solovov, A. Schaefer, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.E53:1129-1137,1996.

39) URQMD: A new molecular dynamics model from GANIL to CERN energies.
By S.A. Bass, et al.,
In *Wilderness 1996, Structure of vacuum and elementary matter* 399-40.

40) Fast hadronization of quark gluon plasma.
By L.P. Csernai, A. Mocsy, Denes Molnar, Z.H. Feng, I.N. Mishustin.
In *Wilderness 1996, Structure of vacuum and elementary matter* 443-45.

41) Rapid hadronization and strangeness production.
By L.P. Csernai, et al.,
Heavy Ion Phys.4:45-54,1996.

42) Microscopic model for rapid hadronization of supercooled quark gluon plasma.
By L.P. Csernai, A. Mocsy, I.N. Mishustin.
Heavy Ion Phys.3:151-176,1996.

43) Hadronization of quark gluon plasma.
By L.P. Csernai, et al.,
In *Novy Svet 1996, Hadrons-96* 265-27.

44) Continuous structures for the discrete symmetries.
By A. Ludu & W. Greiner.
In *Sante Fe 1996, The state of physics at the end of the 20th century* 79-8.

45) On the four-photon decay of the neutral pion.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, E.A. Kuraev, Z.K. Silagadze.
Chin.J.Phys.34:1080-1086,1996.


1995

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1) Hypermatter: Properties and formation in relativistic nuclear collisions.
By L. Gerland, et al.,
In *Rio de Janeiro 1995, Relativistic aspects of nuclear physics* 437-46. [nucl-th/9512032]

2) Two-dimensional nuclear inertia: Analytical relationships.
By R.A. Gherghescu, W. Greiner, D.N. Poenaru.
Phys.Rev.C52:2636-2642,1995.

3) Time evolution of the two jet events e+ e- ---> hadrons in the dynamical string model.
By B. Ivanyi, Z. Schram, K. Sailer, W. Greiner.
Heavy Ion Phys. 3 (1996) 5-1. [hep-ph/9510380]

4) In-medium effects at low temperatures in the photon bremsstrahlung.
By T. Alm, E.L. Bratkovskaya, G. Ropke, A.D. Sedrakian, V.D. Toneev.
Phys.Rev.C52:1972-1979,1995.

5) Cold-fission yields at effective excitation energies.
By V. Avrigeanu, A. Florescu, A. Sandulescu, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C52:R1755-R1759,1995.

6) The Maximum lifetime of the quark - gluon plasma.
By Dirk H. Rischke & Miklos Gyulassy.
Nucl.Phys.A597:701-726,1996. [nucl-th/9509040]

7) Decay anisotropy of e+ e- sources from p N and p d collisions.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B362:17-22,1995. [nucl-th/9508043]

8) Angular correlations in internal pair conversion of aligned heavy nuclei.
By C.R. Hofmann, G. Soff, J. Reinhardt, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C53:2313-2323,1996. [nucl-th/9508047]

9) Fascinating new fundamental physics with relativistic heavy ions: Extension of the periodic system into the sectors of strangeness and antimatter.
By W. Greiner.
In *Beijing 1995, Nuclear physics* 25-8.

10) Phase space correlations of anti-deuterons in heavy ion collisions.
By M. Bleicher, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B361:10-13,1995. [nucl-th/9506009]

11) Anti-baryons in massive heavy ion reactions: Importance of potentials.
By C. Spieles, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C53:2011-2013,1996. [nucl-th/9506008]

12) On the four photon decay of the neutral pion.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, E.A. Kuraev, Z.K. Silagadze.
Phys.Lett.B359:217-222,1995,JETP Lett.62: 198-202,1995. [hep-ph/9506310]

13) Hyperon rich matter in neutron stars.
By Jurgen Schaffner & Igor N. Mishustin.
Phys.Rev.C53:1416-1429,1996. [nucl-th/9506011]

14) Renormalized finite temperature effective potential of SU(2) Yang-Mills theory.
By K. Sailer & W. Greiner.
Heavy Ion Phys. 1 (1995) 157-19. [hep-th/9506191]

15) The Phase transition to the quark - gluon plasma and its effects on hydrodynamic flow.
By Dirk H. Rischke, Yaris Pursun, Joachim A. Maruhn, Horst Stoecker, Walter Greiner.
Heavy Ion Phys. 1 (1995) 309-32. [nucl-th/9505014]

16) On the impossibility of temperature extraction from heavy ion induced particle spectra.
By Jens Konopka, Horst Stoecker, Walter Greiner.
Nucl.Phys.A583:357C-362C,1995. [nucl-th/9505018]

17) Relativistic hydrodynamics for heavy ion collisions. 1. General aspects and expansion into vacuum.
By Dirk H. Rischke, Stefan Bernard, Joachim A. Maruhn.
Nucl.Phys.A595:346-382,1995. [nucl-th/9504018]

18) Relativistic hydrodynamics for heavy ion collisions. 2. Compression of nuclear matter and the phase transition to the quark - gluon plasma.
By Dirk H. Rischke, Yaris Pursun, Joachim A. Maruhn.
Nucl.Phys.A595:383-408,1995, ERRATUM-ibid.A596:717,1996. [nucl-th/9504021]

19) Thermal photons as a measure for the rapidity dependence of the temperature.
By A. Dumitru, et al.,
Z.Phys.A353:187-190,1995. [hep-ph/9503347]

20) The Disappearance of flow.
By Sven Soff, Steffen A. Bass, Christoph Hartnack, Horst Stoecker, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C51:3320-3325,1995. [nucl-th/9502007]

21) Effect of the Haar measure on the finite temperature effective potential of SU(2) Yang-Mills theory.
By K. Sailer, A. Schafer, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B350:234-237,1995. [hep-ph/9502234]

22) Anisotropy of dilepton emission from nucleon-nucleon interactions.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B348:325-330,1995.

23) C-12 emission from Ba-114 and nuclear properties.
By D.N. Poenaru, W. Greiner, E. Hourani.
Phys.Rev.C51:594-600,1995.

24) Azimuthal correlations of pions in relativistic heavy ion collisions at 1-GeV/nucleon.
By S.A. Bass, C. Hartnack, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C51:3343-3356,1995. [nucl-th/9501002]

25) QCD sum rules with finite masses.
By M. Meyer-Hermann, A. Schafer, W. Greiner.
[hep-ph/9501332] UFTP-379-1995 (Jan 1995) 15p.

26) Fission barriers and asymmetric ground states in the relativistic mean field theory.
By K. Rutz, J.A. Maruhn, P.G. Reinhard, W. Greiner.
Nucl.Phys.A590:680-702,1995. [nucl-th/9610037]

27) Quantum chromodynamics.
By W. Greiner & A. Schaefer.
Berlin, Germany: Springer (1994) 414 .

28) Hot and dense nuclear matter. Proceedings, NATO Advanced Study Institute, Bodrum, Turkey, September 26 - October 9, 1993.
By W. Greiner (ed.), Horst Stoecker (ed.), A. Gallmann (ed.).
New York, USA: Plenum (1994) 900 p. (NATO ASI series B, Physics, 335.

29) Deuteron flow in ultrarelativistic heavy ion reactions.
By R. Mattiello, A. Jahns, H. Sorge, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.Lett.74:2180-2183,1995.

30) e+ e- emission from nuclear collisions at intermediate-energies and high-energies.
By V.D. Toneev, E.L. Bratkovskaya, K.K. Gudima.
In *Hirschegg 1995, Proceedings, Dynamical properties of hadrons in nuclear matter* 330- 33.

31) Anisotropy of dilepton emission from nuclear collisions.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, O.V. Teryaev, V.D. Toneev.
Phys.Lett.B348:283-289,1995.

32) What is the structure of the quark - gluon plasma near the critical temperature?
By D.H. Rischke.
Nucl.Phys.A583:663c-672c,1995.

33) Bose stimulated pion production in relativistic nuclear collisions.
By I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, J.A. Maruhn, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C51:2099-2112,1995.

34) Nucleon and baryon densities in heavy ion collisions at 1-GeV/nucl.
By S.A. Bass, C. Hartnack, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A351:359-360,1995.

35) Sandbox method for factorial moments and anomalous fractal dimensions.
By F. Kun, K. Sailer, G. Bardos, H. Sorge, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B355:349-355,1995.

36) Annihilation of an electron positron pair into five photons at high-energies.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, E.A. Kuraev, A.N. Peryshkin, Z.K. Silagadze.
Phys.Atom.Nucl.58:1569-1570,1995,Yad.Fiz.58: 1664-1666,1995.

37) Importance of the pi field in the relativistic mean field theory for nuclear matter.
By Qi-Ren Zhang & W. Greiner.
Mod.Phys.Lett.A10:2809-2818,1995.

38) Physics in the baryon rich regime.
By Horst Stoecker, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A590:271c-290c,1995.

39) Physics of strange matter for relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By C. Greiner & J. Schaffner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E5:239-300,1996.

40) Baryon anti-baryon pair production in time dependent meson fields.
By I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C52:3315-3331,1995.

41) On the extension of the periodic system into the sectors of superheavy elements, strangeness and antimatter.
By W. Greiner.
Heavy Ion Phys.2:23-93,1995.

42) Fast hadronization of quark - gluon plasma.
By L.P. Csernai, A. Mocsy, I.N. Mishustin.
In *Rio de Janeiro 1995, Relativistic aspects of nuclear physics* 137-16.

43) Microscopic mechanisms of rapid hadronization.
By L.P. Csernai, A. Mocsy, I.N. Mishustin.
In *Tucson 1995, Strangeness in hadronic matter* 419-43.


1994

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1) A Stopped delta matter source in heavy ion collisions at 10-GeV/N?
By M. Hofmann, R. Mattiello, H. Sorge, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C51:2095-2098,1995. [nucl-th/9411010]

2) Pion and thermal photon spectra as a possible signal for a phase transition.
By A. Dumitru, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C51:2166-2170,1995. [hep-ph/9411358]

3) Baryon resonances: A Primary rho ---> lepton+ lepton- source in p + p and p + d at 4.9-GeV.
By L.A. Winckelmann, H. Sorge, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C51:9-11,1995.

4) QCD sum rule calculation of twist - three contributions to polarized nucleon structure functions.
By E. Stein, P. Gornicki, L. Mankiewicz, A. Schafer, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B343:369-376,1995. [hep-ph/9409212]

5) Diffractive meson production and the quark - pomeron coupling.
By J. Klenner, A. Schafer, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A352:203-210,1995. [hep-ph/9409451]

6) Effective potential for SU(2) Yang-Mills theory.
By K. Sailer, J. Polonyi, A. Schafer, W. Greiner.
In *Uzhgorod 1994, Hadrons-94* 167-17.

7) Discrete resonances in the dynamical string model.
By B. Ivanyi, Z. Schram, K. Sailer, W. Greiner.
In *Uzhgorod 1994, Hadrons-94* 240-24.

8) The role of Bose-Einstein correlations in intermittency in ultrarelativistic nucleus nucleus collisions.
By F. Kun, et al.,
In *Uzhgorod 1994, Hadrons-94* 245-25.

9) Perturbative versus lattice QCD energy density correlators at high temperatures.
By Dirk H. Rischke & Miklos Gyulassy.
Nucl.Phys.B442:563-592,1995. [nucl-th/9409006]

10) Sea quark content of nucleons from proton induced Drell-Yan production.
By Bo-Qiang Ma, Andreas Schafer, Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.G20:719-726,1994. [hep-ph/9405323]

11) Analysis of squeezeout for fragments.
By C. Hartnack, J. Aichelin, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
LPN-94-03 (n.d.) 14p.

12) Spin - momentum correlation (handedness) in the process of four pion production in the electron - positron collisions.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, E.A. Kuraev, Z.K. Silagadze, O.V. Teryaev.
Phys.Lett.B338:471,1994. [hep-ph/9412230]

13) Dynamical instability and soliton concept.
By V.G. Kartavenko, W. Greiner, K.A. Gridnev.
JINR-E4-94-175 (May 1994) 8p.

14) Strange hadronic matter.
By J. Schaffner, Horst Stoecker, C.B. Dover, A. Gal, C. Greiner.
In *St. Petersburg 1994, Intersections between particle and nuclear physics* 613-61.

15) pi N correlations probe the nuclear equation of state in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By S.A. Bass, C. Hartnack, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C51:12-16,1995.

16) Transverse energy dependence of neutron squeezeout in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By S.A. Bass, C. Hartnack, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A352:171-174,1995.

17) Dielectron production in proton proton and proton - deuteron collisions at 1-GeV - 5-GeV.
By A.I. Titov, Burkhard Kampfer, E.L. Bratkovskaya.
Phys.Rev.C51:227-236,1995.

18) Probing Delta resonance production in Au + Au collisions at 1-GeV/nucleon.
By S.A. Bass, M. Hofmann, C. Hartnack, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B335:289-294,1994.

19) High p(T) pions as probes of the early dense reaction phase in heavy ion collisions at 1-GeV/nucleon.
By S.A. Bass, C. Hartnack, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C50:2167,1994.

20) Out of plane squeeze of clusters in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By C. Hartnack, J. Aichelin, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B336:131-135,1994.

21) Proton halos in 100/Sn using a relativistic shell model.
By J. Schaffner, J.A. Maruhn, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A350:91-92,1994.

22) Azimuthal dependence of energy flow in central collisions of heavy nuclei.
By C. Hartnack, J. Aichelin, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Mod.Phys.Lett.A9:1151-1157,1994.

23) Observable consequences of chemical equilibration in energetic heavy ion collisions.
By J. Konopka, H. Graf, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C50:2085-2095,1994.

24) Monte Carlo model for multiparticle production at ultrarelativistic energies.
By N.S. Amelin, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C52:362-373,1995.

25) 'Antiflow' of anti-protons in heavy ion collisions.
By A. Jahns, C. Spieles, H. Sorge, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.Lett.72:3464-3467,1994.

26) Collective effects and nuclear stopping.
By Horst Stoecker, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A566:15c-26c,1994.

27) Strange matter: A New domain of nuclear physics.
By C. Greiner, A. Diener, J. Schaffner, Horst Stoecker.
Nucl.Phys.A566:157c-165c,1994.

28) Anti-baryon shadowing in massive Au + Au collisions at 11-A/GeV.
By A. Jahns, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A566:483c-486c,1994.

29) Physics of high-energy heavy ion collisions.
By G. Peilert, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Rept.Prog.Phys.57:533-602,1994.

30) Analog of the Peierls type phase transition in nuclear matter.
By I. Lovas, L. Molnar, K. Sailer, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B328:168-171,1994.

31) Phi meson production in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By M. Berenguer, H. Sorge, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B332:15-19,1994.

32) Effect of Bose-Einstein correlations on intermittency in ultrarelativistic nucleus-nucleus collisions.
By F. Kun, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B333:233-237,1994.

33) Neutral particle production in strong electromagnetic fields.
By D. Neubauer, A. Schaefer, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A349:47-51,1994.

34) Kaon effective mass and energy in dense nuclear matter.
By J. Schaffner, A. Gal, I.N. Mishustin, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B334:268-274,1994.

35) Hadronic sources of lepton pair production in proton deuteron interactions at initial energies from 1-GeV to 5-GeV.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, A.V. Titov, Burkhard Kampfer, A.V. Molochkov, B.L. Reznik.
Phys.Atom.Nucl.57:867-873,1994,Yad.Fiz.57: 924-931,1994.

36) Application of mass formulae for multiply strange nuclei.
By S. Balberg, A. Gal, J. Schaffner.
Prog.Theor.Phys.Suppl.117:325-337,1994.

37) Strange matter: Searches under the lamppost.
By P. Papazoglou, et al.,
In *Kolymbari 1994, Strangeness and quark matter* 206-21.

38) Transverse flow of nucleons and pions and the nuclear equation of state.
By C. Hartnack, S.A. Bass, J. Aichelin, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Nantes 1994, Multiparticle correlations and nuclear reactions* 143-15.

39) Resonance matter and cluster flow in ultrarelativistic heavy ion reactions.
By R. Mattiello, et al.,
In *Nantes 1994, Multiparticle correlations and nuclear reactions* 243-25.


1993

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1) The Connection between single transverse spin asymmetries and the second moment of g-2.
By B. Ehrnsperger, A. Schafer, W. Greiner, L. Mankiewicz.
Phys.Lett.B321:121-124,1994. [hep-ph/9312264]

2) The Vacuum polarization contribution to the hyperfine structure splitting of hydrogen - like atoms.
By S.M. Schneider, W. Greiner, G. Soff.
GSI-93-81 (Dec 1993) 15p.

3) Fast K system generator of pseudorandom numbers.
By N.Z. Akopov, E.M. Maddounts, A.B. Nersessian, G.K. Savvidy, W. Greiner.
Ahrenshoop Symposium 1994:0281-28. [hep-lat/9311025]

4) Wavelets as a variational basis of the XY model.
By C. Best, A. Schafer, W. Greiner.
Nucl.Phys.Proc.Suppl.34:780-782,1994. [hep-lat/9311031]

5) Subthreshold kaons would reveal density isomers.
By G. Hartnack, J. Aichelin, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.Lett.72:3767-3770,1994.

6) Muon-induced fission: A probe for nuclear dissipation and fission dynamics.
By V.E. Oberacker, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C48:1297-1306,1993.

7) Z0 boson and dilepton production in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By D. Hilberg, W. Greiner, C. Kao, G. Soff.
Phys.Lett.B318:231-236,1993.

8) Multiply strange nuclear systems.
By Jurgen Schaffner, et al.,
Ann.Phys.235:35-76,1994.

9) Angular correlations of coincident electron electron pairs produced in heavy ion collisions.
By O. Graf, J. Reinhardt, G. Soff, W. Greiner.
GSI-93-43 (Jun 1993) 8p.

10) The Hyperfine structure of Bi-209.
By S.M. Schneider, J. Schaffner, W. Greiner, G. Soff.
GSI-93-44 (Jun 1993) 7p.

11) Neural networks for impact parameter determination.
By S.A. Bass, et al.,
J.Phys.G20:L21-L26,1994.

12) Strange hadronic matter.
By C.B. Dover, et al.,
In *Perugia 1993, Particles and nuclei* 628-63.

13) Kallen-Sabry energy shift for hydrogen - like atoms with finite size energy.
By S.M. Schneider, W. Greiner, G. Soff.
GSI-93-39 (May 1993) 13p.

14) Subthreshold anti-proton production in heavy ion collisions.
By C. Spieles, A. Jahns, H. Sorge, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Mod.Phys.Lett.A8:2547-2552,1993.

15) Strange hadronic matter.
By Jurgen Schaffner, Carl B. Dover, Avraham Gal, Carsten Greiner, Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Rev.Lett.71:1328-1331,1993.

16) The Phase space structure of the Klein-Gordon field.
By Christoph Best, Pawel Gornicki, Walter Greiner.
Ann.Phys.225:169-190,1993. [hep-ph/9301275]

17) Viscosity and the equation of state in high energy heavy-ion reactions.
By W. Schmidt, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C47:2782-2793,1993.

18) Formation and decay of highly excited nuclear clusters.
By J. Konopka, G. Peilert, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys.30:301-302,1993.

19) Dielectron production in p p and p A collisions at 4.9-GeV.
By L.A. Winckelmann, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner, H. Sorge.
Phys.Lett.B298:22-26,1993.

20) A Selfconsistent equation of state for nuclear matter.
By Mark I. Gorenstein, D.H. Rischke, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner, K.A. Bugaev.
J.Phys.G19:L69-L75,1993.

21) Photon suppression in a baryon rich plasma.
By A. Dumitru, D.H. Rischke, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Mod.Phys.Lett.A8:1291-1296,1993.

22) Suppression of dilepton production at finite baryon density.
By A. Dumitru, et al.,
Phys.Rev.Lett.70:2860-2863,1993.

23) Estimates of dielectron production in p p and p d reactions at 1-GeV to 2-GeV.
By Burkhard Kampfer, A.I. Titov, E.L. Bratkovskaya.
Phys.Lett.B301:123-126,1993.

24) Is collective pion flow anticorrelated to nucleon flow?
By S.A. Bass, R. Mattiello, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner, C. Hartnack.
Phys.Lett.B302:381-385,1993.

25) Out-of-plane pion emission in relativistic heavy ion collisions: Spectroscopy of Delta resonance matter.
By S.A. Bass, C. Hartnack, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.Lett.71:1144-1147,1993.

26) Is anti-baryon annihilation present in p A and A-A collisions at 15-A/GeV?
By A. Jahns, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B308:11-16,1993,ERRATUM-ibid.B314: 482,1993.

27) Pion chemical potentials in heavy ion collisions: Relativistic quantum molecular dynamic analysis.
By D. Bandyopadhyay, M. Gorenstein, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner, H. Sorge.
Z.Phys.C58:461-464,1993.

28) New algorithms for ultrarelativistic numerical hydrodynamics.
By V. Schneider, et al.,
J.Comput.Phys.105:92-107,1993.

29) Stopping power in nucleus-nucleus collisions at s**(1/2) = 200-A-GeV.
By T. Schoenfeld, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner, H. Sorge.
Mod.Phys.Lett.A8:2631-2641,1993.

30) The Three-dimensional (2+1) fluid model for relativistic nuclear collisions.
By U. Katscher, et al.,
Z.Phys.A346:209-216,1993.

31) The Excitation function of Au + Au in the framework of the (2+1) fluid model.
By U. Katscher, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner, I.N. Mishustin.
Z.Phys.A346:251-252,1993.

32) Finite volume effect of nucleons and the formation of the quark - gluon plasma.
By Bo-Qiang Ma, D.H. Rischke, W. Greiner, Qi-Ren Zhang.
Phys.Lett.B315:29-33,1993.

33) Soft photons at RHIC and LHC.
By A. Dumitru, Larry D. McLerran, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B318:583-586,1993.

34) Multi - pion droplets.
By I.N. Mishustin & W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G19:L101-L109,1993.

35) Computational nuclear physics. Vol. 2: Nuclear reactions.
By K. Langanke (ed.), S.E. Koonin (ed.), J.A. Maruhn (ed.).
New York, USA: Springer (1993) 203 .

36) Gauge theory of weak interactions.
By W. Greiner & B. Muller.
Berlin, Germany: Springer (1993) 308 p. (Theoretical physics, 5.

37) Bound states of composite particles and the GSI lines.
By B. Ehrnsperger, J. Reinhardt, A. Schaefer, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A346:133-136,1993.

38) Two particle bound states in the field of a heavy nucleus.
By B. Ehrnsperger, J. Reinhardt, A. Schaefer, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A346:137-141,1993.

39) Baryon anti-baryon pair production in strong meson fields.
By I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, J. Schaffner, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G19:1303-1318,1993.

40) The Hydrodynamic model for high-energy heavy ion reactions.
By J.A. Maruhn, et al.,
In *Bodrum 1993, Proceedings, Hot and dense nuclear matter* 11-2.

41) Nonperturbative effects in the SU(3) gluon plasma.
By D.H. Rischke, Mark I. Gorenstein, A. Schaefer, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Bodrum 1993, Proceedings, Hot and dense nuclear matter* 109-119 In *Berkeley 1993, Pre-equilibrium parton dynamics* 283-29.

42) Thermal photon radiation from a plasma with finite baryon density.
By A. Dumitru, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Bodrum 1993, Proceedings, Hot and dense nuclear matter* 227-23.

43) Metastable exotic multihypernuclear objects.
By J. Schaffner, Horst Stoecker, C.B. Dover, A. Gal, C. Greiner.
In *Bodrum 1993, Proceedings, Hot and dense nuclear matter* 255-26.

44) Dielectron production in heavy ion collisions between 1-A/GeV and 13-A/GeV.
By L.A. Winckelmann, H. Sorge, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Bodrum 1993, Proceedings, Hot and dense nuclear matter* 361-37.

45) Anti-proton production in heavy ion collisions: Multistep processes versus annihilation.
By A. Jahns, C. Spieles, H. Sorge, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Bodrum 1993, Proceedings, Hot and dense nuclear matter* 427-43.

46) 'Collective effects' of mesons at SIS energies.
By S.A. Bass, C. Hartnack, R. Mattiello, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Bodrum 1993, Proceedings, Hot and dense nuclear matter* 463-47.

47) Strangeness production in ultrarelativistic nucleus-nucleus collisions.
By H. Sorge, M. Berenguer, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Bodrum 1993, Proceedings, Hot and dense nuclear matter* 621-63.

48) More fluid models for ultrarelativistic nuclear collisions.
By U. Katscher, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner, I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov.
In *Bodrum 1993, Proceedings, Hot and dense nuclear matter* 697-70.

49) Developing the dynamical string model: Role of resonances.
By B. Ivanyi, Z. Schram, K. Sailer, W. Greiner.
In *Bodrum 1993, Proceedings, Hot and dense nuclear matter* 751-75.

50) Cluster flow and resonance matter formation in ultrarelativistic heavy ion reactions.
By R. Mattiello, et al.,
In *Bodrum 1993, Proceedings, Hot and dense nuclear matter* 787-79.

51) Nucleonic flow, kaon production and the nuclear equation of state.
By J. Aichelin, C. Hartnack, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Bodrum 1993, Proceedings, Hot and dense nuclear matter* 855-86.

52) Dielectron production as a probe for nuclear exotic states and nuclear interactions at intermediate-energies.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, A.I. Titov, Burkhard Kampfer.
In *Tsuruga/Vladivostok/Sapporo 1993, Hadrons and nuclei from QCD* 61-7.

53) Meson meson interactions and Phi enhancement in nucleus collisions.
By M. Berenguer, H. Sorge, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Key West 1993, Advances in nuclear dynamics* 309-31.

54) 'Collective effects' of mesons at SIS-energies.
By S.A. Bass, C. Hartnack, R. Mattiello, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Berkeley 1993, High energy heavy ion study* 153-16.


1992

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1) Dipole torus mode in nuclear fluid dynamics.
By S.I. Bastrukov, S. Misicu, A.V. Sushkov.
Nucl.Phys.A562:191-204,1993.

2) Flavor distributions in the nucleons: SU(2) sea asymmetry or isospin symmetry breaking?
By Bo-Qiang Ma, Andreas Schafer, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.D47:51-55,1993. [hep-ph/9211202]

3) Challenges in nuclear and heavy ion physics.
By W. Greiner.
In *Sanibel Island 1992, Nuclear physics of our times* 1-3.

4) Influence of the nuclear surface diffuseness on exotic cluster decay half-life times.
By R.K. Gupta, et al.,
J.Phys.G18:1533-1542,1992.

5) Relativistic Coulomb distorted plane waves.
By C. Hofmann, Jurgen Augustin, A. Schafer, W. Greiner, G. Soff.
GSI-92-59 (Sep 1992) 15p.

6) Two photon physics with heavy ion collisions and photons produced by channeled electrons.
By A. Schafer, et al.,
Darmstadt GSI - Prepr. GSI 92-51 (92/08,rec.Sep.) 13 .

7) The Equal time Wigner transform of the Klein-Gordon field and pair creation.
By Christoph Best, J.M. Eisenberg, Gerhard Soff, Walter Greiner.
In *Paris 1992, Proceedings, QCD vacuum structure* 270-275, and Darmstadt GSI - Prepr.GSI-92-55 (92/08,rec.Sep.) 6 .

8) Probing the hadronic structure of the photon in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By S.M. Schneider, W. Greiner, G. Soff.
J.Phys.G19:L39-L44,1993.

9) Strange particle production in proton - nucleus reactions at ultrarelativistic energies.
By H. Sorge, L. Winckelmann, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.C59:85-98,1993.

10) Flavor flow in ultrarelativistic nucleus-nucleus collisions: The RQMD approach.
By H. Sorge, et al.,
NATO Adv.Study Inst.Ser.B Phys.304:335-375, 1993.

11) New island of cluster emitters.
By D.N. Poenaru, W. Greiner, R. Gherghescu.
Phys.Rev.C47:2030-2037,1993.

12) Photon production from a quark - gluon plasma at finite baryochemical potential.
By A. Dumitru, D.H. Rischke, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
UFTP-308-1992 (Jun 1992) 14p.

13) Production of exotic particles in central and peripheral heavy ion collisions.
By C. Hoffman, et al.,
Darmstadt GSI - Prepr. GSI 92-33 (92/05,rec.Jun.) 20 .

14) Color rope formation and strange baryon production in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By H. Sorge, M. Berenguer, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B289:6-11,1992.

15) On the contribution of bremsstrahlung to the production of a lepton pair at intermediate-energies.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, B.L. Reznik, A.I. Titov.
Sov.J.Nucl.Phys.55:1709-1714,1992,Yad.Fiz.55: 3058-3066,1992.

16) Explicit realizations of static and nonstatic solenoids and conditions for their existence.
By G.N. Afanasev, V.M. Dubovik, S. Misicu.
J.Phys.A26:3279-3284,1993.

17) Dilepton production in a quark - gluon plasma at finite baryochemical potential.
By A. Dumitru, D.H. Rischke, L. Winckelmann, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
UFTP-299-1992 (Apr 1992) 15p.

18) Periodic structure in nuclear matter.
By Istvan Lovas, Livia Molnar, Kornel Sailer, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C45:1693-1699,1992.

19) Formation of heavy quarks in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By S.M. Schneider, W. Greiner, G. Soff.
Phys.Rev.D46:2930-2940,1992.

20) Ionization and pair creation in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By K. Rumrich, G. Soff, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.A47:215-228,1993.

21) Phase-transitions in nuclear matter: Deconfinement of quarks and gluons?
By D.H. Rischke, Mark I. Gorenstein, A. Schafer, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Hirschegg 1992, Gross properties of nuclei and nuclear excitations* 26-3.

22) Fragmentation in the string flux tube model.
By K. Sailer, A. Schafer, W. Greiner.
In *Hirschegg 1992, Gross properties of nuclei and nuclear excitations* 284-28.

23) Intermediate mass fragment emission in Fe+Au collisions.
By T.C. Sangster, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C46:1404-1415,1992.

24) Energy and baryon flow in nuclear collisions at 15-A-GeV.
By H. Sorge, R. Mattiello, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.Lett.68:286-289,1992.

25) Dynamical symmetry breaking in SU(2) model and the quantum group SU(2)-q.
By R.K. Gupta, A. Ludu, W. Greiner, J. Cseh, W. Scheid.
J.Phys.G18:L73-L82,1992.

26) Anti-proton production and annihilation in nuclear collisions at 15-A/GeV.
By A. Jahns, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner, H. Sorge.
Phys.Rev.Lett.68:2895-2897,1992.

27) Pion production and Bose enhancement effects in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, J. Maruhn, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B276:403-408,1992.

28) The Role of quantum effects and nonequilibrium transport coefficients for relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By M. Berenguer, et al.,
J.Phys.G18:655-679,1992.

29) VUU and (R)QMD model of high-energy heavy ion collisions.
By Horst Stoecker, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A538:53c-64c,1992.

30) Nonperturbative effects in the SU(3) gluon plasma.
By D.H. Rischke, Mark I. Gorenstein, A. Schafer, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B278:19-23,1992.

31) Strong anti-proton suppression in relativistic nuclear collisions.
By A. Jahns, H. Sorge, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A341:243-244,1992.

32) Ideal nuclear fluid dynamics at ultrarelativistic energies.
By R. Waldhauser, et al.,
Z.Phys.C54:459-462,1992.

33) Heavy quark potentials in the gluon plasma: Analysis of the singlet and octet channels.
By Mark I. Gorenstein, W. Greiner, S. Mrowczynski.
Phys.Lett.B286:365-369,1992.

34) q anti-q pair production in expanding hadronic flux tubes.
By K. Sailer, Z. Hornyak, A. Schaefer, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B287:349-357,1992.

35) Metastable exotic multihypernuclear objects.
By J. Schaffner, Horst Stoecker, C. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C46:322-329,1992.

36) Evolution of pion phase space density and Bose enhancement effects in high-energy heavy ion collisions.
By I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, J. Maruhn, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A342:309-317,1992.

37) Baryon stopping in high-energy nucleus-nucleus collisions.
By T. Schonfeld, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A544:439c-444c,1992.

38) Quantum electrodynamics.
By W. Greiner & J. Reinhardt.
Berlin, Germany: Springer (1992) 308 p. Berlin, Germany: Springer (2003) 475 p. (Physics and astronomy online library.

39) A New large amplitude collective motion in nuclei: Clusters as solitons on the nuclear surface.
By A. Ludu, A. Sandulescu, W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E1:169-200,1992.

40) Chiral symmetry breaking in a phenomenological description of the QCD vacuum.
By S. Schramm & W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E1:73-94,1992.

41) Dynamical treatment of Fermi motion in a microscopic description of heavy ion collisions.
By G. Peilert, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C46:1457-1473,1992.

42) Pion chemical equilibration in heavy ion collisions: Relativistic quantum molecular dynamic analysis.
By D. Bandyopadhyay, M. Gorenstein, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner, H. Sorge.
J.Phys.G18:L187-L190,1992.

43) The Equation of state and ultrarelativistic energies in the hydrodynamic model.
By J.A. Maruhn, et al.,
Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys.30:303-326,1993.

44) Strangelets in heavy ion physics.
By Horst Stoecker, et al.,
Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys.30:327-351,1993.

45) Stopping power of large nuclei at RHIC.
By T. Schoenfeld, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner, H. Sorge.
Prog.Part.Nucl.Phys.30:403-404,1993.

46) Nuclear matter stability in a soliton model for finite nuclei.
By C. Derreth, H.T. Elze, W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.E1:249-268,1992.

47) Stopping power for large nuclei at very high-energies.
By T. Schoenfeld, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner, H. Sorge.
In *Budapest 1992, Proceedings, Relativistic heavy ion collisions* 11-14..

48) Quasiconfinement in the SU(3) gluon plasma.
By D.H. Rischke, et al.,
Z.Phys.C56:325-338,1992.

49) Treatment of fermions in microscopic models.
By P. Valta, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A538:417c-428c,1992.

50) Hydrodynamic flow in cylindrical targets irradiated with heavy ion beams.
By V. Schneider, K.J. Lutz, J.A. Maruhn.
Part.Accel.37-38:531-536,1992.


1991

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1) On the vector meson production within Nambu-Jona-Lasinio model.
By A.I. Titov & E.L. Bratkovskaya.
Phys.Lett.B282:127-131,1992, Sov.J.Nucl.Phys.55:1567-1571,1992,Yad.Fiz.55: 2803-2811,1992.

2) Delbruck scattering in a strong external field.
By Alexander Scherdin, Andreas Schafer, Walter Greiner, Gerhard Soff.
Phys.Rev.D45:2982-2987,1992.

3) Multiplicity distribution of electron - positron pairs created by strong external fields.
By Christoph Best, Walter Greiner, Gerhard Soff.
Phys.Rev.A46:261-269,1992.

4) Collective excitations of the QED vacuum?
By D.C. Ionescu, W. Greiner, B. Muller, G. Soff.
GSI-91-42 (Sep 1991) 57p.

5) Meson production in p A and A A collisions at AGS energies.
By H. Sorge, R. Mattiello, A. Jahns, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Budapest 1991, Relativistic heavy ion physics at present and future accelerators* 12-1.

6) Distribution of gluons and q anti-q pair production in hadronic flux tubes.
By K. Sailer, Z. Schram, Z. Hornyak, A. Schafer, W. Greiner.
In *Budapest 1991, Relativistic heavy ion physics at present and future accelerators* 17-2.

7) Stopping in high energy nucleus nucleus collisions in the RQMD-approach.
By T. Schonfeld, H. Sorge, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Budapest 1991, Relativistic heavy ion physics at present and future accelerators* 34-4.

8) Meson production in P-A and A-A collisions at AGS energies.
By H. Sorge, R. Mattiello, A. Jahns, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B271:37-42,1991.

9) Excluded volume effect for the nuclear matter equation of state.
By Dirk H. Rischke, Mark I. Gorenstein, Horst Stoecker, Walter Greiner.
Z.Phys.C51:485-490,1991.

10) No transparency in ultrarelativistic nuclear collisions?!
By A. von Keitz, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B263:353-358,1991.

11) Toponium creation in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By S. Schneider, H. Sorge, G. Soff, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G17:L149-L156,1991.

12) Nonperturbative character of electron - positron pair production in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By Klaus Rumrich, et al.,
Phys.Rev.Lett.66:2613-2616,1991.

13) Production of b and anti-b quarks by photon - gluon fusion in heavy ion collisions.
By C. Hofmann, G. Soff, A. Schafer, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B262:210-214,1991.

14) Pion multiplicity in heavy ion collisions: Possible signature of the deconfinement transition.
By K.A. Bugaev, Mark I. Gorenstein, D.H. Rischke.
Phys.Lett.B255:18-21,1991.

15) Low-energy e+ e- scattering.
By A. Scherdin, J. Reinhardt, W. Greiner, B. Muller.
Rept.Prog.Phys.54:1-52,1991.

16) Mass limit for Dirac type magnetic monopoles.
By S. Graf, A. Schaefer, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B262:463-466,1991.

17) Microscopic dynamics of relativistic heavy ion collisions: Probing extreme states of nuclear matter.
By H. Sorge, et al.,
In *Csernai, L.P. (ed.), Strottman, D.D. (ed.): Relativistic heavy ion physics* 641- 717. (see Book Index.

18) Strings and ropes in heavy ion collisions: Towards a semiclassical unified string flux tube model.
By K. Sailer, T. Schoenfeld, Z. Schram, A. Schaefer, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G17:1005-1057,1991.

19) Dynamical string model on the basis of a semiclassical unified string flux tube model.
By K. Sailer, T. Schoenfeld, Z. Schram, A. Schaefer, W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.A6:4395-4435,1991.

20) Theoretical attempts to explain the GSI positron lines.
By B. Muller, et al.,
In *Johnson, E. (ed.) at al.: Relativistic, quantum electrodynamic, and weak interaction effects in atoms* 479-513. (see Book Index.

21) The Hydrodynamical model of heavy ion collisions.
By J.A. Maruhn.
In *Csernai, L.P. (ed.), Strottman, D.D. (ed.): Relativistic heavy ion physics* 81- 178. (see HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS INDEX 29 (1991) No. 12803.

22) Possible use of mixed crystals to focus ion beams.
By A. Schafer & W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G17:L217-L221,1991.

23) Anti-baryon (anti-p, Anti-lambda) production in relativistic nuclear collisions.
By J. Schaffner, I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A341:47-52,1991.

24) Can extended objects explain the GSI e+ e- lines?
By E. Stein, S. Graf, J. Reinhardt, A. Schaefer, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A340:377-384,1991.

25) Distribution of gluons in a flux tube.
By Z. Schram, K. Sailer, A. Schaefer, W. Greiner.
Mod.Phys.Lett.A6:3683-3689,1991.

26) Multistrangeness production in heavy ion collisions.
By R. Mattiello, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.Proc.Suppl.24B:221-233,1991.

27) Strange quark matter droplets in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By C. Greiner, J. Schaffner, Horst Stoecker.
Nucl.Phys.Proc.Suppl.24B:239-245,1991.

28) Multihypernuclei in heavy ion collisions.
By J. Schaffner, Horst Stoecker, C. Greiner.
Nucl.Phys.Proc.Suppl.24B:246-250,1991.

29) Equations of state for finite nuclear systems.
By G. Peilert, M. Berenguer, C. Hartnack, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Predeal 1991, Proceedings, New trends in theoretical and experimental nuclear physics* 352-370..

30) New results from the hydrodynamic model.
By T. Achenbach, et al.,
In *Brioni 1991, Proceedings, Heavy ion physics: Today and tomorrow* 249-259..

31) Strange quark matter droplets and metastable exotic multi - hypernuclear objects in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By C. Greiner, J. Schaffner, Horst Stoecker.
In *Brioni 1991, Proceedings, Heavy ion physics: Today and tomorrow* 379-391..

32) Heavy ion physics: Today and tomorrow. Proceedings, 7th Adriatic International Conference on Nuclear Physics, Brioni, Croatia, May 27 - June 1, 1991.
By R. Caplar (ed.) & W. Greiner (ed.).
Singapore, Singapore: World Scientific (1991) 416 .

33) Microscopic models for ultrarelativistic collisions with massive nuclei.
By A. von Keitz, H. Sorge, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Nucl.Phys.A527:601c-605c,1991.

34) Baryon stopping, flow and equilibration in ultrarelativistic heavy ion collisions.
By H. Sorge, A. von Keitz, R. Mattiello, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Nucl.Phys.A525:95c-104c,1991.

35) Dilepton production at intermediate-energies.
By A.I. Titov & E.L. Bratkovskaya.
In *Hirschegg 1991, Gross properties of nuclei and nuclear excitations* 142-14.

36) Expectations of fragment decay from highly excited nuclei.
By M. Blann, M.G. Mustafa, G. Peilert, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C44:431,1991.

37) Clustering in nuclear matter at subsaturation densities.
By G. Peilert, J. Randrup, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B260:271-277,1991.

38) Transition from binary processes to multifragmentation in quantum molecular dynamics for intermediate-energy heavy ion collisions.
By L. Zhuxia, C. Hartnack, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C44:824-833,1991.

39) Multifragmentation near the threshold.
By A. Bohnet, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C44:2111-2129,1991.


1990

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1) The Electrodisintegration of polarized deuteron and the final state interaction.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, A.I. Titov, A.A. Goy, B.L. Rezbik.
Sov.J.Nucl.Phys.53:577-581,1991,Yad.Fiz.53: 934-941,1991.

2) Pair conversion in subcritical and supercritical potentials.
By C. Hofmann, J. Reinhardt, G. Soff, W. Greiner, P. Schluter.
Cargese Summer School 1990:0157-16.

3) The electrodisintegration of polarized deuteron and the final state interaction.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, A.I. Titov, A.A. Goi, B.L. Reznik.
In *Dubna 1990, Relativistic nuclear physics and quantum chromodynamics* 343-34.

4) The equation of state and viscosity in the hydrodynamic model.
By B. Waldhauser, et al.,
In *Dubna 1990, Relativistic nuclear physics and quantum chromodynamics* 549-56.

5) Rearrangement of Dirac vacuum and baryon antibaryon pair production in high-energy heavy-ion collisions.
By I.N. Mishustin, L.M. Satarov, J. Schaffnerin, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Dubna 1990, Relativistic nuclear physics and quantum chromodynamics* 613-62.

6) Angular correlation of electrons and positrons in internal pair conversion.
By C. Hofmann, J. Reinhardt, W. Greiner, P. Schluter, G. Soff.
Phys.Rev.C42:2632-2645,1990.

7) Coupled channel equations and gauge transformations.
By Klaus Rumrich, Walter Greiner, Gerhard Soff.
GSI-90-25 (May 1990) 5p.

8) Nuclear lifetimes for cluster radioactivities.
By D.N. Poenaru, D. Schnabel, W. Greiner, D. Mazilu, I. Cata.
GSI-90-28 (May 1990) 201p.

9) INFLUENCE OF MASSIVE QUASIPARTICLE EXCITATIONS ON A BARYON RICH QUARK - GLUON PLASMA.
By D.H. Rischke, Mark I. Gorenstein, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B237:153,1990.

10) FLOW IN CONICAL SHOCK WAVES: A SIGNAL FOR THE DECONFINEMENT TRANSITION?
By D.H. Rischke, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.D42:2283-2292,1990.

11) UNSTABLE DELTAS IN NUCLEAR MATTER.
By Mark I. Gorenstein, Stanislaw Mrowczynski, Dirk Rischke.
Phys.Lett.B243:327-332,1990.

12) Magnetic neutrino scattering by crystals.
By Jurgen Augustin, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.D41:1683-1686,1990.

13) Transverse size effects in the fragmentation of hadronic strings.
By K. Sailer, T. Schonfeld, A. Schaefer, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B240:381-388,1990.

14) Hadronic matter in the string model.
By K. Sailer, W. Greiner, B. Muller.
Adv.Ser.Direct.High Energy Phys.6:299-392, 1990.

15) Boson interferometry in string fragmentation.
By Z. Schram, K. Sailer, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.C47:137-140,1990.

16) Energy density, stopping and flow in 10-A/GeV - 20-A/GeV heavy ion collisions.
By H. Sorge, A. von Keitz, R. Mattiello, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B243:7-12,1990.

17) On the effects of the quark structure of nucleon in the electrodisintegration of a deuteron. (In Russian).
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, A.I. Titov, B.L. Reznik.
Dubna JINR - 90-394 (90,rec.Sep.) 9 .

18) String dynamics in hadronic matter.
By H. Sorge, A. von Keitz, R. Mattiello, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.C47:629-634,1990.

19) Production of hypothetical, light neutral particles in high-energy channeling.
By Jurgen Augustin, S. Graf, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A336:353-356,1990.

20) Pair creation in a flux tube.
By T. Schenfeld, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B247:5-12,1990.

21) High-energy nuclear fluid dynamics.
By B. Waldhauser, et al.,
Phys.Scripta T32:195-201,1990.

22) Quantum molecular dynamics: A Model for nucleus-nucleus collisions from medium-energies to high-energies.
By L. Neise, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A519:375c-394c,1990.

23) High-energy two gamma physics using channeling.
By A. Schaefer, S. Graf, Jurgen Augustin, W. Greiner, E. Uggerhoj.
J.Phys.G16:L131-L133,1990.

24) The Inclusive reaction e d ---> e-prime n p: Final state interaction effects, y scaling, and the structure of the deuteron.
By E.L. Bratkovskaya, A.A. Goi, S.M. Dorkin, B.L. Reznik, A.Yu. Umnikov.
Bull.Russ.Acad.Sci.Phys.54N5:142-149,1990, Izv.Ross.Akad.Nauk Ser.Fiz.54:959-966,1990.

25) Multi - Lambda hypernuclei and the equation of state of hypermatter.
By M. Rufa, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C42:2469-2478,1990.

26) A Microscopic description of the space-time evolution of nuclear collision processes.
By G. Peilert, et al.,
In *Mikolajki 1990, Proceedings, Nuclear and atomic physics with the accelerators of the nineties* 19-45. (see Conference Index.

27) QED in strong Coulomb fields.
By S. Graf, et al.,
In *Mikolajki 1990, Proceedings, Nuclear and atomic physics with the accelerators of the nineties* 269-299. (see Conference Index.

28) Relativistic quantum mechanics: Wave equations.
By W. Greiner.
Berlin, Germany: Springer (1990) 345 p. (Theoretical physics, 3.

29) QED in strong Coulomb fields: Charged vacuum, atomic clock, and correlated, narrow e+ e- lines.
By S. Graf, et al.,
In *Cargese 1990, Proceedings, Vacuum structure in intense fields* 119-15.

30) Production of hypothetical, X0 mesons in high-energy channeling reactions.
By Jurgen Augustin, S. Graf, W. Greiner, B. Muller.
In *Cargese 1990, Proceedings, Vacuum structure in intense fields* 153-15.

31) The Energy and mass dependence of maximum densities and stopping power from 200-MeV/N up to 200-GeV/N.
By A. von Keitz, et al.,
In *Hirschegg 1990, Proceedings, Gross properties of nuclei and nuclear excitations* 80-8.

32) String dynamics in nuclear matter.
By H. Sorge, A. von Keitz, R. Mattiello, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Hirschegg 1990, Proceedings, Gross properties of nuclei and nuclear excitations* 330-34.


1989

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1) A NEW PATTERN OF THE NUCLEAR MATTER EQUATION OF STATE.
By Mark I. Gorenstein, D.H. Rischke, K.A. Bugaev, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
UFTP-239/1989 (n.d.) 23p.

2) PRODUCTION OF SUPERSYMMETRIC PARTICLES IN ULTRARELATIVISTIC HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By J. Rau, B. Muller, W. Greiner, G. Soff.
J.Phys.G16:211,1990.

3) (eta - eta-prime - iota) MIXING: DECAY AND PRODUCTION MECHANISMS.
By K. Geiger, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.C48:257-272,1990.

4) SPACE-TIME PICTURE OF QUARK FRAGMENTATION.
By K. Sailer, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
UFTP-237/1989 (n.d.) 13p.

5) ROLE OF TRANSVERSE MOTION IN STRING FRAGMENTATION.
By K. Sailer, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
UFTP-236/1989 (n.d.) 16p.

6) FLUID DYNAMICS OF THE NUCLEAR SURFACE FERMI LAYER.
By S.I. Bastrukov & J.A. Maruhn.
KFKI-1989-40/A (Sep 1989) 17p.

7) ON THE NECKING IN PROCESS IN CLUSTER DECAYS.
By K. Depta, et al.,
Int.J.Mod.Phys.A5:3901-3928,1990.

8) PRODUCTION OF SUPERSYMMETRIC PARTICLES AND HIGGS BOSONS IN ULTRARELATIVISTIC HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By G. Soff, J. Rau, M. Grabiak, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
In *Peniscola 1989, Proceedings, The nuclear equation of state* 579-589, and Darmstadt GSI - Prepr.GSI-89-55 (89,rec.Jul.) 12 .

9) SHOCK DISCONTINUITIES AROUND THE CONFINEMENT - DECONFINEMENT TRANSITION IN BARYON RICH DENSE MATTER.
By D.H. Rischke, B.L. Friman, B.M. Waldhauser, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.D41:111,1990.

10) ATOMIC PARITY VIOLATION IN U-90+.
By A. Schafer, G. Soff, P. Indelicato, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
GSI-89-46 (May 1989) 10p.

11) MESON EXCHANGE CORRECTIONS IN DEEP INELASTIC SCATTERING ON DEUTERON.
By L.P. Kaptari, A.I. Titov, E.L. Bratkovskaya, A.Yu. Umnikov.
Nucl.Phys.A512:684,1990.

12) K SHELL IONIZATION IN RELATIVISTIC ION - ATOM COLLISIONS.
By G. Mehler, G. Soff, K. Rumrich, W. Greiner.
GSI-89-17 (Feb 1989) 32p.

13) Coupled-channel results for atomic excitations in intermediate-energy heavy-ion collisions.
By Theo de Reus, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C40:752-761,1989.

14) SURVIVAL OF J / psi IN HADRONIC MATTER AT HIGH-ENERGY DENSITY?
By D. Neubauer, K. Sailer, B. Muller, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Mod.Phys.Lett.A4:1627,1989.

15) THEORETICAL PHYSICS. VOL. 10: QUANTUM CHROMODYNAMICS. (IN GERMAN).
By W. Greiner & A. Schafer.
THUN, SWITZERLAND: DEUTSCH (1989) 445 P. (THEORETICAL PHYSICS, 10.

16) ATOMIC PARITY VIOLATION IN U-90+.
By A. Schafer, G. Soff, P. Indelicato, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
DARMSTADT GSI - PREPR. GSI 89-46 (89,REC.JUN.) 11.

17) DEFORMED GIANT QUARK NUCLEI.
By T. Schonfeld, D. Vasak, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A332:331-338,1989.

18) MULTIFRAGMENTATION, FRAGMENT FLOW, AND THE NUCLEAR EQUATION OF STATE.
By G. Peilert, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C39:1402-1419,1989.

19) INFLUENCE OF THE NUCLEAR BULK PROPERTIES AND THE MIT BAG CONSTANT ON THE PHASE TRANSITION TO THE QUARK GLUON PLASMA.
By B.M. Waldhauser, D.H. Rischke, J.A. Maruhn, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.C43:411-417,1989.

20) QUANTUM MOLECULAR DYNAMICS: A MICROSCOPIC MODEL FROM UNILAC TO CERN ENERGIES.
By C. Hartnack, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A495:303c-320c,1989.

21) COMPOSITE PARTICLE DECAY AS A POSSIBLE SOURCE OF E+ E- LINES IN HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By S. Graf, S. Schramm, J. Reinhardt, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G15:1467-1494,1989.

22) RELATIVISTIC QUANTUM MOLECULAR DYNAMICS APPROACH TO NUCLEAR COLLISIONS AT ULTRARELATIVISTIC ENERGIES.
By H. Sorge, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Nucl.Phys.A498:567c-576c,1989.

23) K / PI RATIOS IN RELATIVISTIC NUCLEAR COLLISIONS: A SIGNATURE FOR THE QUARK - GLUON PLASMA?
By R. Mattiello, H. Sorge, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.Lett.63:1459-1462,1989.

24) POINCARE INVARIANT HAMILTONIAN DYNAMICS: MODELING MULTI - HADRONIC INTERACTIONS IN A PHASE SPACE APPROACH.
By H. Sorge, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Annals Phys.192:266-306,1989.

25) Theoretical physics. Vol. 2: Quantum mechanics. Symmetries.
By W. Greiner & B. Muller.
Berlin, Germany: Springer (1989) 368 .

26) The Nuclear equation of state. Pt. A: Discovery of nuclear shock waves and the EOS. Proceedings, NATO Advanced Study Institute, Peniscola, Spain, May 22 - June 3, 1989.
By W. Greiner (ed.) & Horst Stoecker (ed.).
New York, USA: Plenum (1989) 802 p. (NATO ASI series B, Physics, 216A.

27) Confrontation of theoretical approaches and experimental data on high-energy heavy ion collisions.
By Horst Stoecker, et al.,
In *Les Houches 1989, Proceedings, Nuclear matter and heavy ion collisions* 343-390..

28) The Creation of strange quark matter droplets as a consequence of quark - gluon plasma formation in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By C. Greiner, D.H. Rischke, Horst Stoecker, P. Koch.
In *Peniscola 1989, Proceedings, The nuclear equation of state* 173-18.

29) J / psi suppression in a string model.
By D. Neubauer, K. Sailer, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
In *Peniscola 1989, Proceedings, The nuclear equation of state* 251-25.

30) Phase transitions in nuclear matter with momentum anisotropies.
By L.W. Neise, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Peniscola 1989, Proceedings, The nuclear equation of state* 345-36.

31) Covariant nonequilibrium dynamics and the search for the quark gluon plasma in ultrarelativistic nucleus-nucleus collisions.
By H. Sorge, A. von Keitz, R. Mattiello, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Peniscola 1989, Proceedings, The nuclear equation of state* 425-45.

32) Hadron dynamics in the string model.
By K. Sailer, D. Neubauer, T. Schoenfeld, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
In *Peniscola 1989, Proceedings, The nuclear equation of state* 531-54.

33) The Nuclear equation of state. Part B: QCD and the formation of the quark - gluon plasma. Proceedings, NATO Advanced Study Institute, Peniscola, Spain, May 22-June 3, 1989.
By W. Greiner (ed.) & Horst Stoecker (ed.).
New York, USA: Plenum (1989) 600 p. (NATO ASI series B, Physics, 216B.

34) A Composite particle and its electromagnetic properties.
By S. Graf, S. Schramm, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
In *Istanbul 1989, Proceedings, New frontiers in quantum electrodynamics and quantum optics* 571-59.

35) QMD versus BUU/VUU: Same results from different theories.
By J. Aichelin, et al.,
Phys.Lett.B224:34-39,1989.

36) Theoretical considerations concerning the GSI positron experiments.
By J. Reinhardt, et al.,
In *Les Arcs 1989, Tests of fundamental laws in physics* 107-14.


1988

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1) LOCALIZED BOUND STATES OF FERMIONS INTERACTING VIA MASSIVE VECTOR BOSONS.
By D.C. Ionescu, J. Reinhardt, B. Muller, W. Greiner, G. Soff.
J.Math.Phys.31:763,1990.

2) The Creation of Strange Quark Matter Droplets as a Unique Signature for Quark - Gluon Plasma Formation in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions.
By Carsten Greiner, Dirk-Hermann Rischke, Horst Stoecker, Peter Koch.
Phys.Rev.D38:2797-2807,1988.

3) NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE EQUATION OF STATE FOR THE HADRONIC MATTER WITHIN THE STRING MODEL.
By K. Sailer, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.A4:437,1989.

4) LANDAU-VLASOV MODEL VERSUS VLASOV-UEHLING-UHLENBECK APPROACH: DIFFERENT FLOW EFFECTS FROM THE SAME THEORY?
By C. Hartnack, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B215:33,1988.

5) CONTINUUM STATES OF THE TWO CENTER DIRAC EQUATION.
By Klaus Rumrich, Walter Greiner, Gerhard Soff, Karl-Heinz Wietschorke, Paul Schluter.
GSI-88-39 (Jul 1988) 43p.

6) UNIFIED MODEL FOR ALPHA DECAY CLUSTER RADIOACTIVITIES AND COLD FISSION.
By D.N. Poenaru, et al.,
NP-66-1988 (Jul 1988) 13p.

7) Optimal parametrization for the relativistic mean-field model of the nucleus.
By M. Rufa, P.G. Reinhard, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner, M.R. Strayer.
Phys.Rev.C38:390-409,1988.

8) MULTIFRAGMENTATION AND FRAGMENT FLOW.
By G. Peilert, A. Rosenhauer, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner, J. Aichelin.
Mod.Phys.Lett.A3:459,1988.

9) INFLUENCE OF MEDIUM EFFECTS ON THE NUCLEAR STOPPING AND TRANSVERSE FLOW.
By A. Rosenhauer, G. Peilert, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner, J. Aichelin.
UFTP-203/1987 (n.d.) 9p.

10) STRANGENESS AND HEAVY ION REACTIONS.
By C. Greiner, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A479:295c-309c,1988.

11) RAPIDITY DISTRIBUTIONS AND ENERGY DENSITIES FROM HYDRODYNAMICAL STUDIES AT 5-GEV/N - 200-GEV/N.
By T. Rentzsch, G. Graebner, J.A. Maruhn, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.C38:237-244,1988.

12) EMISSION OF DROPLETS OF STRANGE QUARK MATTER IN RHIC.
By C. Greiner, D. Rischke, Horst Stoecker, P. Koch.
Z.Phys.C38:283-289,1988.

13) LOCAL VACUUM EXCITATIONS IN STRONG ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS?
By A. Schaefer, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Int.J.Mod.Phys.A3:1751-1757,1988.

14) ANTI-BARYON BARYON RATIOS AS A SIGNAL FOR QUARK GLUON PLASMA FORMATION.
By P. Koch, B. Muller, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Mod.Phys.Lett.A3:737-742,1988.

15) DECAY OF A COMPOSITE PARTICLE AS A HYPOTHETICAL EXPLANATION OF E+ E- COINCIDENCES OBSERVED AT GSI.
By S. Schramm, B. Muller, J. Reinhardt, W. Greiner.
Mod.Phys.Lett.A3:783-793,1988.

16) ANGULAR CORRELATIONS OF COINCIDENT ELECTRON POSITRON PAIRS PRODUCED IN HEAVY ION COLLISIONS WITH NUCLEAR TIME DELAY.
By O. Graf, J. Reinhardt, B. Muller, W. Greiner, G. Soff.
DARMSTADT SCHWERIONENFORSCH. - PREPR. GSI 88- 22 (88,REC.APR.) 12.

17) FISSION OF HEAVY QUARKONIA IN THE DEFORMED MIT BAG MODEL.
By A.F.M. Paulus, B. Muller, W. Greiner, D. Vasak.
J.Phys.G14:269-285,1988.

18) NONLINEAR INTERACTIONS AND POLYPOSITRONIUM BOUND STATES.
By D.C. Ionescu, J. Reinhardt, B. Muller, W. Greiner, G. Soff.
J.Phys.G14:L143-L153,1988.

19) BETHE-SALPETER EQUATION FOR A FOUR FERMION SYSTEM. 1.
By S.K. Kim, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Mod.Phys.Lett.A3:953-963,1988.

20) EXCLUSION OF QUASIBOUND E+ E- STATES AT MEV ENERGIES WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF QED.
By M. Grabiak, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Annals Phys.185:284-300,1988.

21) ON THE POSITRON LINES EMITTED IN HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By J. Reinhardt & W. Greiner.
Rom.J.Phys.33:869-886,1988.

22) MAGNETIC MOMENT INTERACTIONS IN THE E- E+ SYSTEM.
By K. Geiger, J. Reinhardt, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A329:77-88,1988.

23) QUANTUM MOLECULAR DYNAMICS APPROACH TO HEAVY ION COLLISIONS: DESCRIPTION OF THE MODEL, COMPARISON WITH FRAGMENTATION DATA, AND THE MECHANISM OF FRAGMENT FORMATION.
By J. Aichelin, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C37:2451-2468,1988.

24) NUCLEAR STRUCTURE FROM MESON FIELD THEORY.
By V. Blum, et al.,
In *Oak Ridge 1988, Proceedings, Microscopic models in nuclear structure physics* 119-138. (see Conference Index.

25) Shock waves and the nuclear equation of state.
By W. Greiner, et al.,
In *Tucson 1988, Proceedings, Hadronic matter in collision 1988* 249-278. (see Conference Index.

26) The creation of strange quark matter droplets as a consequence of quark gluon plasma formation in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By C. Greiner, D.H. Rischke, Horst Stoecker, P. Koch.
In *Tucson 1988, Proceedings, Hadronic matter in collision 1988* 750-775. (see Conference Index.

27) A Strategy to determine the nuclear viscosity and the equation of state from heavy ion data.
By T. Rentzsch, W. Schmidt, J.A. Maruhn, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Hirschegg 1988, Proceedings, Gross properties of nuclei and nuclear excitations* 49-6.

28) Approach to equilibrium, multifragmentation and study of the nuclear EOS from flow in heavy ion collisions.
By G. Peilert, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner, A. Rosenhauer, J. Aichelin.
In *Hirschegg 1988, Proceedings, Gross properties of nuclei and nuclear excitations* 119-12.

29) Analysis of Diogene's 4 pi data on Delta, pi+ / pi- using quantum molecular dynamics.
By C. Hartnack, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Hirschegg 1988, Proceedings, Gross properties of nuclei and nuclear excitations* 138-14.

30) Microscopic studies of coherent photon production and pion production in heavy ion collisions.
By R. Heuer, B. Muller, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
In *Hirschegg 1988, Proceedings, Gross Properties of nuclei and nuclear excitations* 262-26.

31) Structure of (strange) finite nuclei and the equation of state of hypermatter.
By M. Rufa, Horst Stoecker, J. Maruhn, W. Greiner, P.G. Reinhard.
In *Hirschegg 1988, Proceedings, Gross Properties of nuclei and nuclear excitations* 287-29.

32) Coherent photon production in heavy ion collisions at intermediate-energies.
By R. Heuer, B. Muller, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A330:315-318,1988.

33) Multifragmentation and the nuclear equation of state.
By J. Aichelin, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A488:437-449,1988.


1987

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1) THE NUCLEAR EQUATION OF STATE, VISCOSITY AND FRAGMENT FLOW IN HIGH-ENERGY HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By G. Peilert, et al.,
Berkeley Heavy Ion 1987:4.

2) THE PHASE STRUCTURE OF EXCITED BARYONIC MATTER IN THE RELATIVISTIC MEAN FILEELD THEORY.
By B. Waldhauser, J. Theis, J.A. Maruhn, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
UFTP-193/1987 (n.d.) 19p.

3) SENSITIVITY OF PION PRODUCTION TO THE NUCLEAR EOS AND TO THE DELTA'S COUPLING CONSTANT.
By B. Waldhauser, J.A. Maruhn, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A328:19,1987.

4) Inelastic excitation and neutron transfer in the - C-1313 scattering with the molecular particle-core model.
By Artur Thiel, Walter Greiner, Jae Y. Park, Werner Scheid.
Phys.Rev.C36:647-656,1987.

5) PHASE TRANSITION FROM HADRON GAS TO QUARK GLUON PLASMA: INFLUENCE OF THE STIFFNESS OF THE NUCLEAR EQUATION OF STATE.
By D.H. Rischke, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner, B.L. Friman.
J.Phys.G14:191,1988.

6) THE RELATIVISTIC TWO CENTER CONTINUUM.
By K.H. Wietschorke, P. Schluter, G. Soff, K. Rumrich, W. Greiner.
GSI-87-5a (Jan 1987) 13p.

7) SPONTANEOUSLY BROKEN GAUGE THEORY IN STRONG EXTERNAL FIELDS.
By M. Grabiak, G. Staadt, B. Muller, W. Greiner, A. Schafer.
Phys.Lett.B183:259-262,1987.

8) MEAN FIELD MODEL FOR RELATIVISTIC HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By J.J. Bai, et al.,
Z.Phys.A326:269-277,1987.

9) (3+1)-DIMENSIONAL RELATIVISTIC HYDRODYNAMIC SPACE-TIME EVOLUTION OF THE REACTION O (200-GEV/N) ---> PB.
By T. Rentzsch, G. Graebner, J.A. Maruhn, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Mod.Phys.Lett.A2:193-198,1987.

10) IMPORTANCE OF MOMENTUM DEPENDENT INTERACTIONS FOR THE EXTRACTION OF THE NUCLEAR EQUATION OF STATE FROM HIGH-ENERGY HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By J. Aichelin, A. Rosenhauer, G. Peilert, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.Lett.58:1926-1929,1987.

11) HADRONIC SIGNALS FOR QUARK GLUON PLASMA FORMATION IN RELATIVISTIC HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By P. Koch, et al.,
Darmstadt Schwerionenforsch. - PREPR. GSI 87- 27 (87,REC.JUN.) 21p In *Cape Town 1987, Proceedings, Quarks, gluons and hadronic matter* 333-353..

12) RECENT CONSIDERATIONS ON THE GSI POSITRON PEAKS.
By G. Soff, et al.,
Darmstadt Schwerionenforsch. - PREPR. GSI 87- 51 (87,REC.SEP.) 18p In *Novosibirsk 1987, Proceedings, Modern developments in nuclear physics* 137-156 and Darmstadt GSI - Prepr. GSI 87-51 (87,rec.Sep.) 18 .

13) TOWARDS A RELATIVISTIC SELFCONSISTENT QUANTUM TRANSPORT THEORY OF HADRONIC MATTER.
By H.T. Elze, et al.,
Mod.Phys.Lett.A2:451-460,1987.

14) CASIMIR ENERGY AT FINITE TEMPERATURE.
By G. Plunien, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Physica 145A:202-219,1987.

15) INTRODUCTION. (IN GERMAN).
By W. Greiner.
In *Greiner, W. ( Ed.), Wolschin, G. ( Ed.): Elementary Matter, Vacuum and Fields*, 7-1.

16) Nuclear equation of state from the nonlinear relativistic mean field theory.
By B.M. Waldhauser, J.A. Maruhn, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C38:1003-1009,1988.

17) ELECTROWEAK PHYSICS AT ULTRARELATIVISTIC HEAVY ION COLLIDERS.
By M. Grabiak, B. Muller, W. Greiner, G. Soff, P. Koch.
J.Phys.G15:L25-L30,1989.

18) SINGLE PARTICLE SPECTRA OF LAMBDA HYPERNUCLEI AND THE ENHANCED INTERACTION RADII OF MULTISTRANGE OBJECTS.
By M. Rufa, Horst Stoecker, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner, P.G. Reinhard.
J.Phys.G13:L143-L148,1987.

19) PHASE STRUCTURE OF EXCITED BARYONIC MATTER IN THE RELATIVISTIC MEAN FIELD THEORY.
By B.M. Waldhauser, J. Theis, J.A. Maruhn, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C36:1019-1026,1987.

20) SEPARATION OF STRANGENESS FROM ANTISTRANGENESS IN THE PHASE TRANSITION FROM QUARK TO HADRON MATTER - POSSIBLE 'STRANGELET' FORMATION IN HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By W. Greiner, Horst Stoecker, P. Koch.
IN *HIRSCHEGG 1987, PROCEEDINGS, GROSS PROPERTIES OF NUCLEI AND NUCLEAR EXCITATIONS*, 16-23..

21) EQUILIBRATION AND NUCLEAR STOPPING IN HIGH-ENERGY HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By A. Rosenhauer, G. Peilert, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner, J. Aichelin.
IN *HIRSCHEGG 1987, PROCEEDINGS, GROSS PROPERTIES OF NUCLEI AND NUCLEAR EXCITATIONS*, 106-115..

22) TOWARDS A RELATIVISTIC SELFCONSISTENT QUANTUM TRANSPORT THEORY OF NUCLEAR MATTER.
By H.T. Elze, et al.,
IN *HIRSCHEGG 1987, PROCEEDINGS, GROSS PROPERTIES OF NUCLEI AND NUCLEAR EXCITATIONS*, 298-306..

23) ON THE DETERMINATION OF THE NUCLEAR MATTER EQUATION OF STATE FROM PION YIELD DATA.
By J.A. Maruhn & Horst Stoecker.
Z.Phys.A327:75-79,1987.

24) NONLINEAR EXTENSIONS OF THE DIRAC EQUATION AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS IN QED.
By D.C. Ionescu, J. Reinhardt, B. Muller, W. Greiner, G. Soff.
DARMSTADT SCHWERIONENFORSCH. - PREPR. GSI 87- 85 (87,REC.JAN.88) 22.

25) PHYSICS OF STRONG FIELDS. PROCEEDINGS, NATO ADVANCED STUDY INSTITUTE, MARATEA, ITALY, JUNE 1-14, 1986.
By W.(Ed.) Greiner.
New York, USA: Plenum (1987) 1015 p. (NATO ASI series. Series B, Physics, 153.

26) STRANGE ANTI-BARYONS AS SIGNATURE OF THE QUARK GLUON PLASMA.
By P. Koch, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
In *Les Arcs 1987, Proceedings, Hadrons, quarks and gluons* 511-517. (see Conference Index.

27) Fragment flow, in-medium effects and the nuclear equation of state.
By G. Peilert, et al.,
In *Novosibirsk 1987, Proceedings, Modern developments in nuclear physics* 117-136. (see Conference Index.

28) Positron lines in heavy ion collisions: Recent theoretical developments.
By J. Reinhardt, et al.,
In *Dubrovnik 1987, Proceedings, Frontiers of heavy-ion physics* 409-430. In *Varenna 1987, Proceedings, Trends in nuclear physics* 1-2.

29) Summary of the conference.
By W. Greiner.
In *Dubrovnik 1987, Proceedings, Frontiers of heavy-ion physics* 481-533..

30) Frontiers of heavy ion physics. Proceedings, 6th Adriatic International Conference on Nuclear Physics, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, June 15-19, 1987.
By N. Cindro (ed.), R. Caplar (ed.), W. Greiner (ed.).
Singapore, Singapore: World Scientific (1987) 541 .

31) Collective flow in high-energy heavy ion collisions: The deduction of the equation of state.
By G. Peilert, et al.,
(1987)

32) Generalized nonequilibrium equation of state for nuclear matter with momentum dependent interactions.
By Neise L. W., Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G13,:L181-L188,1987.


1986

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1) Relativistic Hartree calculations for axially deformed nuclei.
By S.-J. Lee, et al.,
Phys.Rev.Lett.57:2916-2919,1986.

2) ARE THE GSI EVENTS CAUSED BY PARTICLE DECAY?
By Joachim Reinhardt, Berndt Muller, Walter Greiner, Andrea Schafer.
Maratea Strong Fields 1986:031.

3) Potential barriers and Landau-Zener promotion in the inelastic excitation of O-17 by C-13 ions.
By Jae Young Park, Klemens Gramlich, Werner Scheid, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C33:1674-1678,1986.

4) Monoenergetic positron conversion in heavy ion fragments.
By Paul Schluter, Gerhard Soff, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C33:1816-1818,1986.

5) DIRAC PARTICLES IN THE FIELD OF MAGNETIC MONOPOLES AND OF STRONG ELECTRIC CHARGES.
By A. Schafer, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Nuovo Cim.A89:437-451,1985.

6) TIME DEPENDENT DIRAC EQUATION WITH RELATIVISTIC MEAN FIELD DYNAMICS APPLIED TO HEAVY ION SCATTERING.
By R.Y. Cusson, et al.,
Phys.Rev.Lett.55:2786-2789,1985.

7) HYDRODYNAMICS NEWS.
By J.A. Maruhn, et al.,
In *Darmstadt 1984, Proceedings, High Energy Heavy Ion Study*, 81-10.

8) HARTREE-FOCK CALCULATION OF PARITY VIOLATION IN CESIUM.
By A. Schafer, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A322:539-545,1985.

9) PION AND GAMMA-RAY BREMSSTRAHLUNG IN NUCLEAR COLLISIONS AT INTERMEDIATE-ENERGIES.
By D. Vasak, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G11:1309-1322,1985.

10) DO NUCLEONS DISSOLVE IN GIANT NUCLEI?
By D. Vasak & W. Greiner.
Lawrence Berkeley Lab. - LBL-20561 (85,REC.MAR.86) 31p In *Maratea 1986, Proceedings, Physics of strong fields* 393-404. (see Conference Index.

11) Nuclear Ground State Properties in a Relativistic Meson Field Theory.
By P.G. Reinhard, M. Rufa, J. Maruhn, W. Greiner, J. Friedrich.
Z.Phys.A323:13-25,1986.

12) PHENOMENOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF A HYPOTHETICAL LIGHT NEUTRAL PARTICLE IN HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By J. Reinhardt, A. Schafer, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C33:194-207,1986.

13) NUCLEAR MATTER AS AN MIT BAG CRYSTAL.
By Q. Zhang, C. Derreth, A. Schafer, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G12:L19-L23,1986.

14) The Casimir Effect.
By G. Plunien, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rept.134:87-193,1986.

15) MODELS FOR NEW PARTICLE PRODUCTION IN NUCLEAR COLLISIONS.
By A. Schafer, J. Reinhardt, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Darmstadt Schwerionenforsch. - GSI 86-12 (86,REC.APR.) 56.

16) High-Energy Heavy Ion Collisions: Probing the Equation of State of Highly Excited Hadronic Matter.
By Horst Stoecker & W. Greiner.
Phys.Rept.137:277-392,1986.

17) ELEMENTARY LIGHT NEUTRAL BOSONS: NEW LIMITS FROM PRECISION EXPERIMENTS.
By A. Schafer, J. Reinhardt, W. Greiner, B. Muller.
Mod.Phys.Lett.A1:1-7,1986.

18) IS THERE A TIGHTLY BOUND POLYPOSITRONIUM STATE?
By B. Muller, J. Reinhardt, W. Greiner, A. Schafer.
J.Phys.G12:L109-L112,1986.

19) DYNAMICS OF THE HADRONIZATION PHASE TRANSITION AT FINITE BARYON CHEMICAL POTENTIALS.
By P.R. Subramanian, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B173:468-472,1986.

20) FINITE SIZE EFFECTS FOR QUARK - GLUON PLASMA DROPLETS.
By H.T. Elze & W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B179:385-392,1986.

21) PUZZLING POSITRON PEAKS IN HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By G. Soff, et al.,
Phys.Scripta 36:743-755,1987.

22) PION AND PHOTON BREMSSTRAHLUNG IN A HEAVY ION REACTION MODEL WITH FRICTION.
By T. Stahl, M. Uhlig, B. Muller, W. Greiner, D. Vasak.
Z.Phys.A327:311-322,1987.

23) THEORETICAL PHYSICS: A TEXT AND EXERCISE BOOK. VOL. 8: GAUGE THEORY OF THE WEAK INTERACTION. (IN GERMAN).
By W. Greiner & B. Muller.
Thun, Switzerland: Deutsch ( 1986) 594.

24) GEOMETRICAL PROPERTIES OF GAUGE THEORIES.
By M. Grabiak, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Annals Phys.172:213-242,1986.

25) PHASE TRANSITIONS IN QUARK - GLUON MATTER.
By K. Sailer, W. Greiner, I. Lovas.
Phys.Rev.C34:925-934,1986.

26) DISSOLUTION OF NUCLEONS IN GIANT NUCLEI.
By D. Vasak, W. Greiner, L. Neise.
Phys.Rev.C34:1307-1317,1986.

27) ELEMENTARY MATTER, VACUUM AND FIELDS. THE STRUCTURE OF THE VACUUM AND OF THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF NATURE. (IN GERMAN).
By W. Greiner (Ed.) & G. Wolschin (Ed.).
Heidelberg, F.r. Germany: Spekt. Wiss. ( 1986) 219 P. ( Spektrum Der Wissenschaft: Verstaendliche Forschung.

28) STRONG FIELDS IN PERSPECTIVE.
By W. Greiner.
In *Maratea 1986, Proceedings, Physics of strong fields* 1-15. (see Conference Index.

29) SYMMETRY VIOLATION IN ATOMS.
By A. Schafer, B. Muller, G. Soff, W. Greiner.
In *Maratea 1986, Proceedings, Physics of strong fields* 663-669. (see Conference Index.

30) COLOR INTERACTIONS IN GIANT QUARK BAGS.
By M. Grabiak, S. Schramm, W. Greiner.
In *Maratea 1986, Proceedings, Physics of strong fields* 809-816. (see Conference Index.

31) TEMPERATURE CORRECTIONS TO THE CASIMIR EFFECT.
By G. Plunien, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
In *Maratea 1986, Proceedings, Physics of strong fields* 899-906. (see Conference Index.

32) Microscopic theory of multifragmentation in high energy heavy ion collisions.
By A. Rosenhauer, J. Aichelin, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.(France)C4:395-407,1986.

33) Influence of shape fluctuations in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By A. Rosenhauer, Horst Stoecker, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C34:185-190,1986.


1985

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1) Heavy cluster decay of trans-zirconium ''stable'' nuclides.
By Dorin N. Poenaru, W. Greiner, M. Ivascu, A. Sandulescu.
Phys.Rev.C32:2198-2200,1985.

2) QUANTUM STATISTICS WITH INTERNAL SYMMETRY.
By Hans Thomas Elze & Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.A33:1879,1986.

3) FORMATION OF ANTIMATTER CLUSTERS IN THE HADRONIZATION PHASE TRANSITION.
By Ulrich W. Heinz, P.R. Subramanian, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G12:1237,1986.

4) CAN ANTI-BARYONS SIGNAL THE FORMATION OF A QUARK GLUON PLASMA?
By Ulrich W. Heinz, P.R. Subramanian, W. Greiner.
IN *BROOKHAVEN 1985, PROCEEDINGS, EXPERIMENTS FOR A RELATIVISTIC HEAVY ION COLLIDER*, 327- 338..

5) Time-dependent Hartree-Fock studies of the sensitivity of dynamical fusion thresholds to the effective two-body interaction.
By J.A. Maruhn, K.Thomas R. Davies, M.R. Strayer.
Phys.Rev.C31:1289-1296,1985.

6) FISSION MASS YIELDS OF EXCITED MEDIUM HEAVY NUCLEI.
By A. Sandulescu, K. Depta, R. Herrmann, W. Greiner, W. Scheid.
JINR-E4-85-210 (Mar 1985) 10p.

7) PHOTONS FROM STRANGE QUARK ANNIHILATION IN QUARK - GLUON PLASMA.
By G. Staadt, W. Greiner, J. Rafelski.
Phys.Rev.D33:66,1986.

8) MANIFESTATION OF NUCLEAR COMPRESSION IN HIGH MULTIPLICITY SELECTED COLLISIONS OF NB-93 (E (LAB) = 0.4-GEV/N) + NB-93 AND CONSEQUENCES FOR A STUDY OF THE NUCLEAR EQUATION OF STATE.
By G. Buchwald, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A418:625c-632c,1984.

9) SPONTANEOUS SYMMETRY BREAKING IN THE PRESENCE OF STRONG FIELDS.
By A. Schafer, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B149:455-458,1984.

10) HOT NUCLEAR MATTER.
By W. Greiner & Horst Stoecker.
Sci.Am.252:58-66,1985.

11) THE NATURE OF THE VACUUM, SUPERCRITICAL FIELDS, AND GIANT NUCLEI. I. VACUUM AND SUPERHEAVY QUASIMOLECULES. (IN GERMAN).
By J. Reinhardt & W. Greiner.
Phys.Bl.41:38-43,1985.

12) STRANGENESS ABUNDANCES IN ANTI-P NUCLEUS ANNIHILATIONS.
By C. Derreth, W. Greiner, H.T. Elze, J. Rafelski.
Phys.Rev.C31:1360-1364,1985.

13) IS THERE EVIDENCE FOR THE PRODUCTION OF A NEW PARTICLE IN HEAVY ION COLLISIONS?
By A. Schafer, J. Reinhardt, B. Muller, W. Greiner, G. Soff.
J.Phys.G11:L69-L74,1985.

14) THE HYDRODYNAMIC MODEL FOR HIGH-ENERGY HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By J.A. Maruhn.
Nuovo Cim.A87:125-138,1985.

15) FUTURE EXPERIMENTS WITH POLARIZED BEAMS AND TARGETS IN RELATIVISTIC HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By A. Rosenhauer, J.A. Maruhn, Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B159:239-243,1985.

16) QUANTUM ELECTRODYNAMICS OF STRONG FIELDS.
By W. Greiner, B. Muller, J. Rafelski.
Berlin, Germany: Springer ( 1985) 594 P. ( Texts and Monographs In Physics.

17) THEORETICAL PHYSICS. VOL. 4A: QUANTUM THEORY. (IN GERMAN).
By W. Greiner.
Thun, Switzerland: Deutsch ( 1985) 287.

18) THEORETICAL PHYSICS. VOL. 5: QUANTUM MECHANICS 2. SYMMETRIES. (IN GERMAN).
By W. Greiner & B. Muller.
Thun, Switzerland: Deutsch ( 1985) 613.

19) THE DECAY OF THE VACUUM IN SUPERCRITICAL FIELDS OF GIANT NUCLEAR SYSTEMS.
By J. Fink, et al.,
IN *ERICE 1985, PROCEEDINGS, NUCLEUS NUCLEUS COLLISIONS FROM THE COULOMB BARRIER UP TO THE QUARK-GLUON PLASMA*, 1-55..


1984

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1) Atomic nuclei decay modes by spontaneous emission of heavy ions.
By D.N. Poenaru, M. Ivascu, A. Sandulescu, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C32:572-581,1985.

2) Comparison of different collective models describing the low spin structure of Er-168.
By M. Seiwert, J.A. Maruhn, P.O. Hess.
Phys.Rev.C30:1779-1782,1984.

3) GLUON CONDENSATION OF QUARK GLUON PLASMA IN MEAN FIELD APPROXIMATION.
By I. Lovas, W. Greiner, P. Hrasko, E. Lovas, K. Sailer.
Phys.Lett.B156:255-258,1985.

4) Electron emission and positron production in deep inelastic heavy-ion reactions.
By U. Muller, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C30:1199-1207,1984.

5) ANTI-NUCLEI: A SIGNATURE FOR THE QUARK - GLUON PLASMA.
By Ulrich W. Heinz, P.R. Subramanian, Walter Greiner.
Z.Phys.A318:247,1984.

6) NUCLEAR DECAY BY EMISSION OF CHARGED PARTICLE: SUPERASYMMETRIC FISSION PROCESS.
By D.N. Poenaru, M. Ivascu, A. Sandulescu, W. Greiner.
JINR-E4-84-446 (Jun 1984) 91p.

7) Nuclear molecular barrier resonances in the scattering of Si-28 on Si-28 studied by coupled channel calculations.
By Artur Thiel, Walter Greiner, Werner Scheid.
Phys.Rev.C29:864-867,1984.

8) Test of proximity theorem for deformed nuclei.
By M. Seiwert, W. Greiner, V. Oberacker, M.J. Rhoades-Brown.
Phys.Rev.C29:477-485,1984.

9) COLOR DEGREES OF FREEDOM IN A QUARK - GLUE PLASMA AT FINITE BARYON DENSITY.
By Hans-Thomas Elze, Walter Greiner, Johann Rafelski.
Z.Phys.C24:361-365,1984.

10) Collective potential energy surfaces of light mass Kr isotopes.
By M. Seiwert, A.V. Ramayya, J. Maruhn.
Phys.Rev.C29:284-290,1984.

11) PHASE TRANSITION OF THE NUCLEON - ANTI-NUCLEON PLASMA IN A RELATIVISTIC MEAN FIELD THEORY.
By J. Theis, et al.,
Phys.Rev.D28:2286-2290,1983.

12) FRAGMENT EMISSION IN HIGH-ENERGY HEAVY ION REACTIONS.
By L.P. Csernai, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C28:2001-2012,1983.

13) EVENT BY EVENT ANALYSIS: POSSIBLE TESTING GROUND FOR THE NUCLEAR MATTER EQUATION OF STATE.
By G. Buchwald, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C28:2349-2353,1983.

14) THEORETICAL PHYSICS. (IN GERMAN) A TEXT AND EXERCISE BOOK FOR UNDERGRADUATES. VOL. 3A: SPECIAL THEORY OF RELATIVITY.
By W. Greiner & J. Rafelski.
Frankfurt, F.r. Germany: H. Deutsch ( 1984) 322.

15) KINETIC ENERGY FLOW IN NB (400-MEV/A) + NB: EVIDENCE FOR HYDRODYNAMIC COMPRESSION OF NUCLEAR MATTER.
By G. Buchwald, et al.,
Phys.Rev.Lett.52:1594-1596,1984.

16) PIONIC BREMSSTRAHLUNG IN HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By W. Greiner, B. Muller, T. Stahl, M. Uhlig, D. Vasak.
Nucl.Phys.A428:291c-304c,1984.

17) THEORETICAL PHYSICS. (IN GERMAN) 7. QUANTUM ELECTRODYNAMICS.
By W. Greiner & J. Reinhardt.
Thun, Switzerland: Deutsch ( 1984) 511.

18) EQUILIBRATION OF A THREE COMPONENT NUCLEAR SYSTEM IN HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By A. Rosenhauer, L.P. Csernai, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner.
Phys.Scripta 30:45-51,1984.

19) ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC POLARIZABILITY OF THE NUCLEON IN THE MIT BAG MODEL.
By A. Schafer, R. Muller, D. Vasak, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B143:323-325,1984.

20) A STUDY OF FISSION DYNAMICS BY MUON INDUCED FISSION.
By V.E. Oberacker & J.A. Maruhn.
In *Los Alamos Nat. Lab. ( Ed.): Physics With Lampf Ii*, 118-12.

21) ON THE FISSION MECHANISM OF AN ELLIPSOIDAL MIT BAG.
By S.P. Klevansky, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G10:1487-1505,1984.


1983

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1) STRANGE PARTICLE PRODUCTION IN p p AND p n REACTIONS.
By W. Greiner, P. Koch, J. Rafelski.
Phys.Lett.B145:142,1984.

2) FISSION OF BAGS BY SPONTANEOUS QUARK - ANTI-QUARK PAIR PRODUCTION IN SUPERCRITICAL COLOR FIELDS.
By D. Vasak, K.H. Wietschorke, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.C21:119,1983.

3) STRING - LIKE SOLUTIONS AND REGGE TRAJECTORIES IN A CYLINDRICALLY DEFORMED QUARK MODEL.
By R. Shanker, D. Vasak, C.S. Warke, W. Greiner, B. Muller.
Z.Phys.C18:327,1983.

4) ON THE COLOR SINGLET QUARK - GLUE - PLASMA.
By H.T. Elze, W. Greiner, J. Rafelski.
Phys.Lett.B124:515,1983.

5) THE DIRAC EQUATION ON ORTHOGONAL COORDINATE SYSTEMS: I. THE LOCAL REPRESENTATION.
By P. Schluter, K.h. Wietschorke, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.A16:1999-2016,1983.

6) THE DIRAC EQUATION IN ORTHOGONAL COORDINATE SYSTEMS: 2. THE TWO CENTER DIRAC EQUATION.
By K.h. Wietschorke, P. Schluter, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.A16:2017-2034,1983.

7) NEW SCHEME FOR SPONTANEOUS SYMMETRY BREAKING OF COLOR SU(3).
By A. Schafer, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.Lett.50:2047-2050,1983.

8) PROSPECTS OF INTERMEDIATE-ENERGY NUCLEAR COLLISIONS. (TALK).
By Horst Stoecker, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A400:63c-94c,1983.

9) DYNAMICS OF MEDIUM-ENERGY NUCLEAR COLLISIONS. (TALK).
By Horst Stoecker, et al.,
Phys.Scripta T5:108-113,1983.

10) Time dependent Hartree-Fock studies of superheavy molecules.
By M.R. Strayer, R.Y. Cusson, Horst Stoecker, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C28:228-236,1983.

11) Viscous fluid dynamical calculation of the reaction C-12 82-MeV/nucleon + Au-197.
By G. Buchwald, G. Graebner, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner, Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Rev.C28:1119,1983.

12) Irradiation symmetry of heavy ion driven inertial confinement fusion (ICF) targets.
By G. Buchwald, et al.,
Laser Part.Beams 1N4:335-345,1983.


1982

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1) A FIVE-DIMENSIONAL DIRAC THEORY AND ITS RELATION TO NONLOCAL THEORIES IN FOUR-DIMENSIONS.
By A. Schafer, J. Rafelski, W. Greiner.
Ann.Phys.147:445,1983.

2) DEFORMED SOLUTIONS OF THE MIT QUARK BAG MODEL.
By D. Vasak, R. Shanker, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G9:511,1983.

3) Three-component fluid dynamics for the description of energetic heavy-ion reactions.
By Laszlo P. Csernai, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C26:149-161,1982.

4) Strange hadron in hot nuclear matter.
By P. Koch, J. Rafelski, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B123:151-154,1983.

5) Molecular single-particle excitations in heavy-ion reactions involving deformed light nuclei.
By Jae Young Park, Werner Scheid, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C25:1902-1914,1982.

6) CYLINDRICALLY DEFORMED QUARK BAGS.
By R. Shanker, C.S. Warke, W. Greiner, B. Muller.
J.Phys.G8:L33-L38,1982.

7) FRAGMENT EMISSION IN RELATIVISTIC HEAVY ION REACTIONS.
By L.P. Csernai, et al.,
Budapest Cent. Res. Inst. Phys. - KFKI-82-031 (82,REC.JUN.) 44.

8) STABILITY AND DECAY OF THE DIRAC VACUUM IN EXTERNAL GAUGE FIELDS.
By M. Soffel, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rept.85:51-122,1982.

9) HIGH-ENERGY PHYSICS WITH HEAVY IONS. (IN GERMAN).
By J. Hofmann & W. Greiner.
Phys.Unserer Zeit 13:111-122,1982.

10) DIRECT NUCLEON EMISSION FROM HOT AND DENSE REGIONS DESCRIBED IN THE HYDRODYNAMICAL MODEL OF RELATIVISTIC HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By H.W. Barz, L.P. Csernai, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C26:740-743,1982.

11) MOMENTUM DISTRIBUTION OF NUCLEAR MATTER IN ENERGETIC HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By A. Rosenhauer, L.p. Csernai, J.a. Maruhn, W. Greiner.
Nuovo Cim.A71:215-228,1982.

12) HIGH-ENERGY PHYSICS USING HEAVY IONS.
By Jurgen Hofmann & Walter Greiner.
ORNL-tr-4975 (1982) 39p.

13) DYNAMICS OF HIGH-ENERGY HEAVY ION COLLISIONS - NUCLEAR MATTER AT HIGH DENSITY AND TEMPERATURE.
By Horst Stoecker, et al.,
Nucl.Phys.A387:205c-217c,1982.

14) Time dependent Hartree-Fock study of angular momentum transfer in 6-MeV/A and 12-MeV/Z heavy ion reactions of Kr-86 on Er-166.
By R.Y. Cusson, J.A. Maruhn, Horst Stoecker.
Nucl.Phys.A385:76,1982.

15) Fusion fission, superheavy molecular capture and symmetric fragmentation in 3-D TDHF calculations of the reactions U-238, Pb-208 (4-6-MeV/mu to 8.0-MeV/mu) Ni-64, CA-48.
By Horst Stoecker, et al.,
Z.Phys.A306:235-238,1982.


1981

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1) Analysis of the N-14+ C-12 heavy-ion reaction.
By R.Y. Cusson, J.Gomez del Campo, J.A. Maruhn, V. Maruhn-Rezwani.
Phys.Rev.C23:2524-2531,1981.

2) AN ANISOTROPIC THREE FLUID MODEL FOR HEAVY ION REACTIONS.
By Istvan Lovas, Joszef Zimanyi, Laszlo P. Csernai, Walter Greiner.
KFKI-1981-39 (May 1981) 8p.

3) Different deformations of proton and neutron distributions in nuclei.
By M. Seiwert, P.O. Hess, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C23:2335-2337,1981.

4) ISOBARIC COMPONENT OF THE DEUTERON AS DETERMINED FROM THE DE RUJULA-GEORGI-GLASHOW QUARK MODEL.
By C.S. Warke, R. Shanker, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.G7:L1-L5,1981.

5) CENTRAL COLLISIONS OF HEAVY IONS - INDICATION FOR FLUID DYNAMICAL BEHAVIOR? (TALK, ABSTRACT ONLY).
By Horst Stoecker, et al.,
Lawrence Berkeley Lab. - LBL-12629 (81,REC.AUG.) 1p In *Berkeley 1981, Proceedings, High Energy Heavy Ion Study*, 57 and Lawrence Berkeley Lab. - LBL-12629 (81,REC.AUG.) 1p In *Berkeley 1981, Proceedings, High Energy Heavy Ion Study*, 265 and Lawrence Berkeley Lab. - LBL-12629 (81,REC.AUG.) 1.

6) QUASISTATIONARY NONLINEAR WAVES IN NUCLEAR MATTER CLOSE TO PION CONDENSATION.
By C.S. Warke & W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A302:31-44,1981.

7) STABILITY OF MASSIVE OBJECTS IN A NEW SCALAR - TENSOR THEORY.
By G. Schmidt, W. Greiner, Ulrich W. Heinz, B. Muller.
Phys.Rev.D24:1484-1490,1981.

8) SIGNIFICANCE OF TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENTS IN RELATIVISTIC NUCLEAR COLLISIONS.
By Horst Stoecker, A.A. Ogloblin, W. Greiner.
Lawrence Berkeley Lab. - LBL-12971 (81,REC.NOV.) 25.

9) CORRELATIONS CAUSED BY COLLECTIVE FLUID DYNAMICAL FLOW. (TALK, ABSTRACT ONLY).
By Horst Stoecker, et al.,
In *Berkeley 1981, Proceedings, High Energy Heavy Ion Study*, 5.

10) JETS OF NUCLEAR MATTER FROM HIGH-ENERGY HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By Horst Stoecker, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C25:1873-1876,1982.

11) NUCLEAR FLUID DYNAMICS VERSUS INTRANUCLEAR CASCADE - POSSIBLE EVIDENCE FOR COLLECTIVE FLOW IN CENTRAL HIGH-ENERGY NUCLEAR COLLISIONS.
By Horst Stoecker, et al.,
Lawrence Berkeley Lab. - LBL-12634 (81,REC.NOV.) 13.

12) MACROSCOPIC NUCLEON NUCLEON CORRELATIONS CAUSED BY THE BOUNCEOFF PROCESS IN ENERGETIC COLLISIONS OF HEAVY NUCLEI.
By L.P. Csernai, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C25:2482-2490,1982.

13) OPENING REMARKS.
By W. Greiner.
In *Lahnstein 1981, Proceedings, Quantum Electrodynamics Of Strong Fields*, 1-2.

14) THEORETICAL PHYSICS. VOL. 6: RELATIVISTIC QUANTUM MECHANICS - WAVE EQUATIONS. (IN GERMAN).
By W. Greiner.
Frankfurt, F.r. Germany: Deutsch ( 1981) 562.

15) Preequilibrium nucleon jets in TDHF calculations of medium energy heavy ion collisions.
By Horst Stoecker, R.Y. Cusson, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B101:379,1981.

16) Importance of nuclear viscosity and thermal conductivity and the analysis of the bounce off in high-energy heavy ion collisions.
By G. Buchwald, L.P. Csernai, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner, Horst Stoecker.
Phys.Rev.C24:135,1981.

17) Detection of possible density isomers by means of high energetic reaction products.
By G. Buchwald, et al.,
Z.Phys.A303:111,1981.


1980

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1) Dynamics of Coulomb fission.
By Hans Kruse, W.T. Pinkston, Walter Greiner, Volker Oberacker.
Phys.Rev.C22:2465-2484,1980.

2) Signatures of molecular single-particle states by level crossings in heavy ion collisions.
By Jae Y. Park, Walter Greiner, Werner Scheid.
Phys.Rev.C21:958-962,1980.

3) PION RADIATION FROM FAST HEAVY IONS.
By D. Vasak, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Phys.Scripta 22:25-35,1980.

4) PION BREMSSTRAHLUNG AND CRITICAL PHENOMENA IN RELATIVISTIC NUCLEAR COLLISIONS.
By D. Vasak, Horst Stoecker, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B93:243-246,1980.

5) PHASE TRANSITIONS IN NUCLEAR MATTER.
By J. Hofmann, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C22:221-228,1980.

6) THE RELATIVISTIC IDEAL FERMI GAS REVISITED.
By H.T. Elze, W. Greiner, J. Rafelski.
J.Phys.G6:L149-L153,1980.

7) HOT, DENSE HADRONIC AND QUARK MATTER IN RELATIVISTIC NUCLEAR COLLISIONS.
By Horst Stoecker, G. Graebner, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B95:192-197,1980.

8) RADIATION AND THE STRUCTURE OF SPACE-TIME.
By M. Soffel, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Gen.Rel.Grav.12:287-303,1980.

9) DIRAC PARTICLES IN RINDLER SPACE.
By M. Soffel, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.D22:1935-1937,1980.

10) THEORETICAL STUDY OF FISSION DYNAMICS BY MUON INDUCED FISSION. (TALK, ABSTRACT ONLY).
By V.E. Oberacker & J.A. Maruhn.
In *Berkeley 1980, Proceedings, Nuclear Physics, Vol. 1*, 85.

11) Collective Behavior in Hydrodynamic and Microscopic Models.
By J.A. Maruhn, et al.,
In *Darmstadt 1980, Proceedings, Future Relativistic Heavy Ion Experiments*, 372-41.

12) Formation of Hot, Dense Matter in Fast Nuclear Collisions: Theory and Experiments. (Talk).
By Horst Stoecker, et al.,
In *Dresden 1980, Proceedings, Extreme States In Nuclear Systems, Vol. 2*, 23-5.

13) Quantum Electrodynamics of Strong Fields. Proceedings, Nato Advanced Study Institute, Lahnstein, f.r. Germany, June 15-26, 1981.
By W Greiner (Ed.).
New York, Usa: Plenum ( 1983) 902 P. ( Nato Advanced Study Institutes Series. Series B: Physics, 80.

14) Collective sideward flow of nuclear matter in violent high-energy heavy ion collisions.
By Horst Stoecker, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.Lett.44:725,1980.

15) Pulsating blobs of quark matter in relativistic nuclear collisions.
By Horst Stoecker, G. Graebner, J.A. Maruhn, W Greiner.
Z.Phys.A295:401,1980.

16) Collisions of U-238 + U-238 using a three-dimensional TDH F - BCS model.
By R.Y. Cusson, J.A. Maruhn, Horst Stoecker.
Z.Phys.A294:257,1980.

17) Mach shock electron distributions from solids.
By W. Schafer, Horst Stoecker, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.B36:319,1980.

18) Medium energy collisions of heavy nuclei in the three-dimensional nuclear fluid dynamical (NFD) and time dependent Hartree-Fock (TDHF) models.
By Horst Stoecker, R.Y. Cusson, J.A. Maruhn, W Greiner.
Z.Phys.A294:125,1980.


1979

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1) Characteristics of Coulomb fission.
By Volker Oberacker, Walter Greiner, Hans Kruse, William T. Pinkston.
Phys.Rev.C20:1453-1466,1979.

2) Theory of nucleon transfer in the dynamical two-center shell model.
By Jae Y. Park, Werner Scheid, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C20:188-200,1979.

3) In-beam gamma-ray spectroscopy of Se-74 following the Ni-60 (O-16, O-2p), Ni-64 (C-12, C-2n) and Cu-65 (B-11, B-2n) reactions.
By R.B. Piercey, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C19:1344-1355,1979.

4) VACUUM WITH SPIN IN THE ECSK THEORY OF GRAVITATION.
By M. Soffel, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.A70:167-170,1979.

5) THREE-DIMENSIONAL CALCULATIONS ON THE FORMATION OF DENSITY ISOMERS IN HIGH-ENERGY HEAVY ION COLLISIONS.
By Horst Stoecker, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A290:297-300,1979.

6) INDICATION FOR THE FORMATION OF STRONGLY COMPRESSED NUCLEAR MATTER IN RELATIVISTIC HEAVY ION COLLISIONS. (TALK).
By Horst Stoecker, J. Hofmann, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner.
In *Berkeley 1979, Proceedings, Workshop On Ultrarelativistic Nuclear Collisions*, 355- 41.

7) SHOCK WAVES IN NUCLEAR MATTER - PROOF BY CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE.
By Horst Stoecker, J. Hofmann, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner.
In *Erice 1979, Proceedings, Heavy Ion Interactions At High Energies*, 133-19.

8) QUANTUM ELECTRODYNAMICS OF STRONG FIELDS IN HEAVY ION COLLISION. (TALK).
By J. Reinhardt, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
In *Erice 1979, Proceedings, Heavy Ion Interactions At High Energies*, 503-54.

9) FERMIONS IN RINDLER SPACE. (TALK).
By M. Soffel, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
In *Trieste 1979, Proceedings, General Relativity, Part A*, 635-64.

10) On the Possibility of detecting density isomers in high energy heavy ion collisions.
By Horst Stoecker, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.B81:303,1979.

11) Strong compression effects in fast nuclear collisions.
By Horst Stoecker, J.A. Maruhn, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A293:173,1979.


1978

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1) Direct inelastic scattering of N-14 + C-12 in a three-dimensional time-dependent Hartree-Fock scheme.
By R.Y. Cusson, J.A. Maruhn, H.W. Meldner.
Phys.Rev.C18:2589-2602,1978.

2) Molecular particle-core model and its application to C-13- C-13 scattering.
By Georg Terlecki, Werner Scheid, Hans Joachim Fink, Walter Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C18:265-283,1978.

3) POSITRON EMISSION IN Pb Pb AND Pb - U COLLISIONS.
By J. Reinhardt, V. Oberacker, B. Muller, W. Greiner, G. Soff.
Phys.Lett.B78:183,1978.

4) A Selfconsistent Solution of the Coupled Dirac-Einstein Equations in the Mean Field Hartree Approximation.
By M. Soffel, Ulrich W. Heinz, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Lett.Nuovo Cim.22:391-396,1978.

5) Delta Electrons as a Probe of Strong Magnetic Fields in Heavy Ion Collisions.
By W. Greiner, B. Muller, G. Soff.
Phys.Lett.A69:27-30,1978.

6) Spontaneous vacuum decay of supercritical nuclear composites.
By J. Rafelski, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A285:49,1978.

7) Mach cones induced by fast heavy ions in electron plasma.
By W. Schafer, Horst Stoecker, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A288:349,1978.

8) Dependence of particle production in high-energy heavy ion collisions on the nuclear equation of state.
By Horst Stoecker, W. Greiner, W. Scheid.
Z.Phys.A286:121,1978.

9) On gravitation theories with limiting curvature.
By Angelika Muller, Ulrich Heinz, Berndt Muller, Walter Greiner.
J.Phys.A11:1781-1798,1978.


1977

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1) Quasimolecular states in the C-12- C-12 system.
By Jae Y. Park, Walter Greiner, Werner Scheid.
Phys.Rev.C16:2276-2290,1977.

2) Time-dependent Hartree-Fock calculations for O-16 + O-16 and Ca-40 + Ca-40 reactions.
By S.E. Koonin, et al.,
Phys.Rev.C15:1359-1374,1977.

3) Dynamics of nuclear fluid. 2. Normal sound, spin sound, isospin sound, and spin-isospin sound.
By Cheuk-Yin Wong, T.A. Welton, J.A. Maruhn.
Phys.Rev.C15:1558-1570,1977.

4) Critical Scattering and Pionic Instabilities in Heavy Ion Collisions.
By M. Gyulassy & W. Greiner.
Annals Phys.109:485-527,1977.

5) Interpretation of External Fields as Temperature.
By B. Muller, W. Greiner, J. Rafelski.
Phys.Lett.A63:181-183,1977.

6) The Electrostatic and Gravitational Field of Spherically Symmetric Objects.
By M. Soffel, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Phys.Lett.A62:67-69,1977.

7) Quantum Electrodynamics of Strong Fields.
By J. Reinhardt & W. Greiner.
Rept.Prog.Phys.40:219-295,1977.

8) Particles in a Stationary Spherically Symmetric Gravitational Field.
By M. Soffel, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
J.Phys.A10:551-561,1977.

9) High Density Nuclear MACH Shock Waves in Relativistic Nucleus Nucleus Collisions.
By Horst Stoecker, W. Scheid, W. Greiner.
Fizika 9 (1977) S78 (No. 2.

10) Considerations on Physics of Nuclear Matter Under Extreme Conditions and on an Accelerator for Relativistic Heavy Ions.
By K. Blasche, et al.,
Darmstadt Schwerionenforsch - GSI-P-2-77 (77,REC.FEB 78) 39.

11) The Physics of Strong Fields in Quantum Electrodynamics and General Relativity.
By B. Muller & W. Greiner.
In *Schladming 1977, Proceedings, Acta Physica Austriaca, Supplementum Xviii*, Wien 1977, 153-38.

12) High Density Nuclear MACH Shock Waves in Central High-Energy Heavy Ion Collisions.
By Horst Stoecker, J.F. Hofmann, W. Scheid, W. Greiner.
Fizika 9:671-706,1977.

13) On the Possibility of electronic compression waves in heavy ion collisions.
By J. Hoffmann, et al.,
Z.Phys.A280:131,1977.


1976

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1) Collective effects on mass asymmetry in fission.
By J.A. Maruhn & W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C13:2404-2412,1976.

2) Pion Condensation in Heavy Ion Collisions.
By V. Ruck, M. Gyulassy, W. Greiner.
Z.Phys.A277:391-394,1976.

3) Possibility of Detecting Density Isomers in High Density Nuclear MACH Shock Waves.
By J. Hofmann, Horst Stoecker, Ulrich W. Heinz, W. Scheid, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.Lett.36:88-91,1976.

4) Physics of the Nuclear Matter at High Densities.
By J. Hofmann & W. Greiner.
Phys.Bl.32:620-632,1976.

5) Physics of High-Energy Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions.
By J. Hofmann, et al.,
In *Trieste 1976, Proceedings, Multiparticle Production On Nuclei At Very High Energies*, Wien 1977, 263-28.

6) Nuclear Shock Waves in High-Energy Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions.
By J. Hofmann, et al.,
In *Dubna 1976, Proceedings, Selected Topics In Nuclear Structure, Vol.2*, Dubna 1976, 370-38.


1975

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1) Effects of Higher Order Diffractive Processes in an Absorptive Eikonal Model.
By J.G. Schaffner, P.J. Camillo, Paul M. Fishbane, J.S. Trefil.
Phys.Rev.D12:244,1975.

2) Shock Waves and MACH Cones in Fast Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions.
By H.G. Baumgardt, et al.,
Z.Phys.A273:359-371,1975.

3) MACH Cones in Fast Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions. 2.
By J. Hofmann, Horst Stoecker, W. Scheid, W. Greiner.
In *Muenchen 1975, Fourteenth International Cosmic Ray Conference, Vol.7*, Muenchen 1975, 2297-230.

4) On the Possibility of nuclear shock waves in relativistic heavy ion collisions.
By J. Hofmann, Horst Stoecker, W. Scheid, W. Greiner.
(1975)


1974

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1) On Diffractive Channels in Absorptive Eikonal Models.
By P.J. Camillo, Paul M. Fishbane, J.G. Schaffner, J.S. Trefil.
Phys.Lett.B57:63,1975.

2) Determination of the effective C-12 + C-12 potential from the sub-Coulomb single-particle resonances.
By J.Y. Park, W. Scheid, W. Greiner.
Phys.Rev.C10:967-974,1974.

3) Effects of Diffractive Channels on Hadronic Cross-Sections.
By Paul M. Fishbane, J.G. Schaffner, J.S. Trefil.
Phys.Rev.D10:3056,1974,Erratum-ibid.D14:858, 1976.

4) Nuclear Shock Waves in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions.
By W. Scheid, J. Hofmann, W. Greiner.
In *Berkeley 1974, Proceedings, Lawrence Berkeley Lab Lbl-3675*, Berkeley 1974, 1-5.

5) The Charged Vacuum in Overcritical Fields and Its Test in Heavy Ion Collisions.
By B. Muller, R.K. Smith, W. Greiner.
In *Berkeley 1974, Proceedings, Lawrence Berkeley Lab Lbl-3675*, Berkeley 1974, 109- 17.

6) The charged vacuum in over-critical fields.
By J. Rafelski, B. Muller, W. Greiner.
Nucl.Phys.B68:585-604,1974.

7) On the interpretation of white star events in emulsion.
By J.G. Schaffner & J.S. Trefil.
Nucl.Phys.B65:242-252,1973.

8) Comment on the point interaction in photon shadowing.
By J.G. Schaffner & J.S. Trefil.
Phys.Rev.D10:353-356,1974.

9) Critical Discussion of the Vacuum Polarization Measurements with Muonic Atoms.
By J. Rafelski, B. Muller, G. Soff, W. Greiner.
Ann.Phys.88:419,1974.

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