I completed my undergraduate education at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2016. After that I attended Stony Brook University and completed my Ph.D. under the supervision of Prof. Edward Shuryak in 2022. Outside of physics, I enjoy running and playing and collecting video games.
My research interests broadly cover theoretical aspects of nonperturbative nuclear physics. For my Ph.D. research, I studied potential signatures of the hypothetical QCD critical point in heavy-ion collisions and constructed statistical models of topological objects in QCD as a way to explain the confinement and chiral symmetry breaking. At Yale, I am shifting to work on nuclear structure physics. I am using modern numerical techniques to study statistical properties of heavy nuclei at finite temperatures.
- Dallas DeMartini and Edward Shuryak, “Chiral symmetry breaking and confinement from an interacting ensemble of instanton dyons in two-flavor massless QCD”, Phys. Rev. D 104, no.9, 094031 (2021)
- Dallas DeMartini and Edward Shuryak, “Many-body forces and nucleon clustering near the QCD critical point”, Phys. Rev. C 104, no.2, 024908 (2021)