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RHIC & AGS Annual Users' Meeting

Workshop 4

 

Electromagnetic Probes: Photons and Dileptons

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Date: Tuesday, May 27,2008
Organizers: Alberica Toia and Zhangbu Xu
Time: Morning Session
Location: Biology Seminar Room, - Bldg. 463
Summary:  
Since after being produced, they do no longer interact strongly with the medium they should probe, electromagnetic probes offer a large variety of experimental measurements, which include the measurement of direct thermal photons, dilepton measurements which provide interesting information about the resonances and the continuum: mass shift, width change, suppression, centrality dependency, gamma-gamma HBT, and gamma-jet correlations. The workshop aims to review the recent results achieved at RHIC, also in the context of measurements at lower sqrt(s), to comprehensively understand direct radiation from the QCD matter and anticipate possible future measurement of electromagnetic radiation.

Agenda


09:00   Photons and Dileptons as Probes in the pre-RHIC Era   Volker Metag
09:45   Dileptons in PHENIX   Torsten Dahms
10:15   Soft photons in PHENIX   Yorito Yamaguchi
 
10:45   Coffee Break    
 
11:15   A consistent tomography of matter under extreme conditions with electromagnetic radiation   Charles Gale
11:45   Photon-Hadron Correlations at RHIC   Saskia Mioduszewski
12:15   Gamma-Gamma HBT and future perspective with dileptons in STAR   Evan Finch

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