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The focus of this three-day workshop will be what we have learned about saturation, the CGC and the Glasma from experiments at RHIC. There will also be discussion about past electron-hadron experiments at HERA, muon-nucleus, proton-nucleus and nucleus-nucleus experiments at CERN and FNAL, and what are the future prospects at RHIC, EIC and LHC.
All talks will be held in plenary session.
For the RHIC related results, there will be individual sessions on specific topics of interest. Experimental groups that have data on that particular subject will give a summary of their contributions relevant to the subject. Theoretical talks are expected to be talks that review various interpretations and descriptions of the data, and are not intended to be a presentation emphasizing the speaker’s work.
In addition, there will be a few introductory talks, talks summarizing relevant results from HERA, CERN and FNAL. The final session will discuss future prospects at RHIC and EIC, and at the LHC. There will be a summary talk for the meeting.
Papers based on Workshop presentations will be published in a special issue
of Nuclear Physics A. Manuscripts should be submitted by clicking the
submit paper link at
the top of the Nuclear Physics A homepage. Please choose Article Type = Special
Elsevier's journal document class elsarticle.cls can be downloaded from http://www.elsevier.com/latex but there major document classes are also accepted. All submissions must be received by July 31, 2010 and will undergo the usual rigorous refereeing process of NPA.
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Registered attendees are invited to attend the Tuesday night dinner at the Brookhaven Center, free-of-charge on May 11, 2010. Directions
All speakers are to submit a 6-page Proceedings Package consisting of:
The Proceedings Package must be submitted prior to or during the workshop. A paper copy is preferable; however, an electronic copy may be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please avoid using color since the proceedings are printed in black and white.
Your cooperation is appreciated for timely publication of the proceedings after the workshop. Any questions contact the event coordinator at 631-344-3097 or email@example.com.