Prof. Edward Shuryak (Stony Brook)
11/7/11, 9:30 AM
Analytic means are applied to solve for all harmonics of the flow: which then are applied to calculation of the correlation functions and the power spectrum. Like in the Big Bang, acoustic peaks are predicted. Sounds and matter excitation from jet quenching will also be discussed.
Prof. Wolfgang Kuehn (Univ. Giessen)
11/7/11, 11:45 AM
Prof. Lief Lönnblad (Lund University)
11/7/11, 2:45 PM
Dr Konrad TYWONIUK (Lund University)
11/7/11, 4:00 PM
We describe the coherent radiation off a quark-antiquark antenna traversing a QCD medium. Features of the spectrum are discussed and relevant scales of the problem are identified. In particular, the regimes where interference effects prevail are shown to be relevant in light of the data on inclusive jets in heavy-ion collisions at the LHC.
Prof. Robert PISARSKI (Brookhaven National Lab.)
11/8/11, 9:30 AM
I give a physical description of an effective model for the deconfining phase transition. Detailed results are given for the pure glue theory, and a qualitative description given of QCD.
Prof. Raju VENUGOPALAN (Brookhaven National Lab)
11/8/11, 11:00 AM
We discuss an ab initio approach to the formation and thermalization of quark-gluon matter in heavy ion collisions. The phenomenological implications of our studies are emphasized.
Dr Jan Fiete GROSSE-OETRINGHAUS (CERN)
11/8/11, 11:45 AM
Prof. Urs Achim WIEDEMANN (CERN)
11/8/11, 2:00 PM
Dr Christoffer FLENSBURG (Lund University)
11/8/11, 2:45 PM
Ellipticity and triangularity are calculated using the new heavy ion initial state event generator DIPSY. The ellipticity is similar to CGC, but the triangularity is significantly larger than both Glauber and CGC. Data seems to favor the DIPSY eccentricities over both Glauber and CGC.
Prof. Kim Splittorff (NBI)
11/8/11, 4:00 PM
Stefan Floerchinger (CERN)
11/9/11, 11:00 AM
Prof. James Nagle (University of Colorado)
11/9/11, 11:45 AM
Prof. Jens Jorgen Gaardhoje (Niels Bohr Institute)
11/9/11, 2:00 PM
Mr Hans Hjersing Dalsgaard (Niels Bohr Institute)
11/9/11, 2:15 PM
Casper Nygaard (Niels Bohr Institute)