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RHIC & AGS Annual Users' Meeting

Workshop 2

 

Bulk Effects in HI Collisions

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Date: Monday, June 1, 2009  
Organizers: Roy Lacey and Monika Sharma
Time: Morning Session  
Location: Hamilton Seminar Room, Chemistry - bldg. 555

Agenda


9:00 9:25   Constraining the String Theory Dual of the Strongly-Coupled Quark-Gluon Plasma   Jorge Noronha (Columbia)
9:25 9:45   Experimentally Discerning Bulk Properties of Super-Hadronic Matter   Scott Pratt (Michigan State University)
9:45 10:05   Characterizing non-equilibrium and radial flow at RHIC with Tsallis Statistics   Zhangbu Xu (BNL)
10:05 10:25   Measurements of differential transverse momentum correlation function from the STAR experiment   Claude Pruneau (Wayne State)
10:25 10:45   Shear viscosity from correlations   Sean Gavin (Wayne State)
 
10:45 - 11:00   Coffee Break
 
11.00 11.25   Extracting the viscosity from the centrally dependence of elliptic flow   Jean-Yves Ollitrault (Saclay)
11.25- 11.45   STAR Flow measurements   Na Li (IOPP)
11.45 12.05   Viscous description of elliptic flow   Derek Teaney (Stony Brook)
12.05 12.25   PHENIX flow measurements   Shengli Huang (Vanderbilt Univ.)
12.25 12.45   Eta/s of a Relativistic Hadron Gas at RHIC   Nasser Demir (Duke University)
12.45 1.05   Understanding of dissipative fluid behavior at RHIC within the pQCD parton cascade BAMPS   Andrei El (Frankfurt)

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