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h3QCD (high energy, high density and hot QCD)
The purpose of this workshop is to allow for in-depth discussions of various theoretical and phenomenological aspects of the dense partonic stages of the hadronic collisions. By the time of the workshop, the final results of the proton-lead run at the LHC (scheduled early 2013) should become available and allow for a better delimitation between `initial-state interactions' like saturation and `final-state interactions' like jet quenching. The workshop should give one the opportunity to critically examine our current theoretical understanding of the initial state effects in view of the p+Pb data. Other expected highlights of the workshop include recent theoretical progress in understanding thermalization, strong coupling aspects of the quark-gluon plasma, and medium-induced jet evolution.
|Francois Gelis||CEA Saclay (F)|
|Edmond Iancu||Institut de Physique Théorique|
|Cyrille Marquet||CPhT - Ecole Polytechnique|