Gao Fei

Peking University, China

Studies in continuum strong QCD

Dyson-Schwinger equations (DSEs) have been broadly employed as an approach to solving problems in continuum QCD. Notable applications are analyses of the phase structure of QCD and the properties of hadron bound-states. I will briefly described how to use DSEs to calculate physical quantities, and present results for the phase diagram and thermal properties of QCD, in the plane of temperature and chemical potential, and the vector mesons' light front distribution amplitudes. The heavy-quark vector meson's distribution amplitudes are "work underway" and I will reveal some preliminary results.

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