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Workshop Coordinators:  Jim Sowinski and Carla Vale

Tuesday, May 27, 2008
1 High Momentum Probes and the Medium's Response

Organizer(s):

Helen Caines and Anne Sickles

 
2

Charm and Beauty school: What heavy quarks can tell us about the sQGP

Organizer(s):

Alex Linden Levy and Agnes Mocsy

 
3

RHIC Future: New Physics Through Upgrades

Organizer(s):

Mickey Chiu and Xin Dong

 
4 Electromagnetic Probes: Photons and Dileptons

Organizer(s):

Alberica Toia and Zhangbu Xu

 
5 Puzzling Spin : A testbed for QCD

Organizer(s):

Renee Fatemi, Ralf Seidl, and Feng Yu

 
     
Thursday, May 29, 2008
6

Diversity in Physics: What can we do better

Organizer(s):

Astrid Morreale and Christine Nattrass

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