Friday, July 10, 2020, 9:00 am — Webcast
Jets are hard probes that originate from initial hard scatterings of the nuclei in heavy ion collisions. They acquire transverse momentum broadening through interaction with the evolving quark-gluon plasma. However, already the pre-equilibrium Glasma stage can contribute to transverse momentum broadening.
In this talk, I present our recent work  where we calculate the contribution to transverse momentum broadening from the Glasma phase. We base our calculation on the boost-invariant 2+1D Glasma description which builds upon the Color Glass Condensate framework. Interestingly, we find strong time-dependence and anisotropic results with larger momentum broadening in the direction along the beam axis.
Bluejeans link: https://bnl.bluejeans.com/726276981
Hosted by: Nikhil Karthik
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