Dmitry Naumov work in Theory of Spin Physics

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Do you think that spin effects are low energy stuff? They are of no importance when particles of tens or hundreds GeV collide with each other? Hmm... this is not true. If the beam and/or the target are polarized then a lot of funny things happen:

√ particles produced in such collisions are often polarized
√ others follow strange trajectories
√ one probes how the target is made of different quarks
√ and many other things!

My modest contribution to this field in theory is summarized in these papers:

  • 2002 Lambda Polarization in Deep-Inelastic Production
Dmitry V. Naumov
arXiv:hep-ph/0206031v1 Published in Acta Phys.Polon. B33 (2002) 3803-3808
  • 2002 Intrinsic Polarized Strangeness and Lambda Polarization in Deep-Inelastic Production
John Ellis, Aram Kotzinian, Dmitry V. Naumov
arXiv:hep-ph/0204206v1, Published in Eur.Phys.J. C25 (2002) 603-613
  • 2007 Longitudinal Polarization of Lambda and anti-Lambda Hyperons in Lepton-Nucleon Deep-Inelastic Scattering
John Ellis, Aram Kotzinian, Dmitry V.Naumov, Mikhail Sapozhnikov
arXiv:hep-ph/0702222v1

My work in experimental field of spin physics can be found in Dmitry Naumov work in Spin Physics