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Observables of Hadronization and the QCD Phase Diagram in the Cross-over Domain

Registration closed 24/09/2018.

Secretariat

Ines Campo
+39 0461 314721
Monday, 15 October, 2018 - 08:30 to Friday, 19 October, 2018 - 14:00
Location: 
ECT* Conference room
Abstract: 

The position, and the nature of the QCD confinement transition QCD phase diagram remains an essential, open topic of QCD. At low baryochemical potential Lattice QCD has demonstrated a crossover transition for chiral symmetry breaking at T=154 MeV. This
domain is covered in nuclear collisions at LHC and RHIC energies which have presented a wealth of relevant data, such as hadron multiplicities and fluctuations of conserved net charges. These data have been confronted with numerical lattice QCD calculations of charge susceptibilities, and various models of an equilibrium Hadron-Resonance Gas (HRG), as well as with transport models. The workshop will attempt a coherent discussion of the open problems of the various theoretical efforts, such as: hadronization, sequential freeze-out, final state distortions, LQCD at finite mu(B), variants of the HRG model, and identification of a critical point of QCD, to arrive at a state-of-the-art view of the QCD phase diagram.

Registration period: 
30 Jul 2018 to 23 Sep 2018

Organizers

Francesco Becattini Università & INFN Firenze
Rene Bellwied University of Houston
Marcus Bleicher FIAS Frankfurt
Jan Steinheimer FIAS Frankfurt
Reinhard Stock FIAS Frankfurt

Attendees

Last nameFirst nameInstitutionCountry of Institution
AichelinJoergSUBATECHFrance
AndronicAntonUniversity of MuensterGermany
BazavovAlexeiMichigan State UniversityUSA
BecattiniFrancescoUniversità di FirenzeItalia
BegunViktorWarsaw University of TechnologyPoland
BellwiedReneUniversity of HoustonUSA
BlaschkeDavidJoint Institute for Nuclear ResearchRussian Federation
BleicherMarcusGoethe UniversityGermany
BluhmMarcusUniversity of WroclawPoland
BratkovskayaElenaGSIGermany
Braun-MunzingerBraun-MunzingerGSIGermany
BzdakAdamAGH University of Science and TechnologyPoland
D'EliaMassimoUniversity of Pisa - Department of PhysicsItaly
DönigusBenjaminGoethe-University FrankfurtGermany
FriesenAlexandraJoint Institute for Nuclear ResearchRussia
GalatyukTetyanaTU Darmstadt Germany
GavaiRajiv VTata Institute of Fundamental ResearchIndia
GorensteinMarkBogolyubov Institute for Theoretical PhysicsUkraine
GreifenhagenRobertHelmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-RossendorfGermany
GreinerCarstenGoethe UniversityGermany
GuentherJana N.University of RegensburgGermany
HeinzUlrichThe Ohio State UniversityUSA
KalweitAlexanderCERNSwitzerland
KochVolkerLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryUSA
LlopeW.J.Wayne State UniversityUSA
LorenzManuelGoethe University FrankfurtGermany
NahrgangMarleneSubatech France
OhlsonAliceHeidelberg UniversityGermany
OliinychenkoDmytroLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryUS
RattiClaudiaUniversity of HoustonUS
RedlichKrzysztofUniversity of WroclawPoland
RustamovAnarGSI/NNRCGermany
SatzHelmutUniversity of BielefeldGermany
Schmidt-SonntagChristianBielefeld University Germany
SchukraftJurgenNils Bohr InstituteDenmark
StachelJohannaUniversitaet HeidelbergGermany
SteinheimerJanFrankfurt Institute for Advanced StudiesGermany
StoeckerHorstGSi + FiAS + Goethe Universitaet frankfurtDeutschland
StrothJoachimGoethe UniversityGermany
TlustyDavidRice UniversityUSA
VovchenkoVolodymyrGoethe University FrankfurtGermany