RHIC II Science Working Groups

The plan agreed upon at the workshop is to initiate a set of Working Groups, aligned along the various classes of measurements that probe the phenomena of interest in RHIC collisions. These Working Groups will include both experimentalists and theorists. Each Working Group is asked to address a set of physics questions, developed at the workshop, which are seen as key scientific issues for the future of RHIC research. Working Group registrants are shown below. See also Working Group convenors and About the Working Groups.

 
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Electromagnetic Probes


No registrants yet.

New Directions


No registrants yet.

Heavy Flavor


No registrants yet.

High pT


No registrants yet.

Probes of the Equation State


No registrants yet.

Forward Physics and p+A Collisions


No registrants yet.

Spin and p+p Collisions


No registrants yet.


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