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Michael James Peardon

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Mathematics

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plasma centre spectral functions irish education anisotropic lattices pure applied mathematics high performance computing national development plan

Charmonium properties in the quark-gluon plasma (2007)

Abstract We present results for charmonium correlators and spectral functions in 2-flavour QCD on anisotropic lattices. Our results indicate that the S-waves (J/y and hc) survive up to temperatures close to 2Tc, while the P-waves (cc0 and cc1) melt away below 1.2Tc. This work was supported by the IITAC project, funded by the Irish Higher Education Authority under PRTLI cycle 3 of the National Development Plan and funded by IRCSET award SC/03/393Y, SFI grants 04/BRG/P0266 and 04/BRG/P0275. G.A. was supported by a PPARC advanced fellowship. We are grateful to the Trinity Centre for High-Performance Computing for their support.
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