Mr Vasily Sazonov (University of Graz)
The question of the existence of a confining matter with restored chiral symmetry at low temperatures and large density has been studied within the confining and chirally symmetric model, assuming a rigid quark Fermi surface. However, in the confining matter near the Fermi surface quarks group into color-singlet baryons. Due to the interaction between quarks the quark Fermi surface gets diffused. Here we show that such diffusion does not destroy a possible existence of a confining but chirally symmetric matter.