Nuclear Physics Seminar

"How does quark flavor dependent hadronization shape our understanding of hadronization?"

Presented by Ejiro Umaka, Iowa State University

Tuesday, February 22, 2022, 11:00 am — Videoconference / Virtual Event (see link below)

Abstract: Lattice QCD (LQCD) and Statistical hadronization models (SHMs) have come a long way in determining a singular chemical freeze-out surface on the QCD phase diagram. More recently, there has been a paradigm shift to query the quark-hadron transition for quark flavor dependence, i.e., whether all quark flavors behave identically as they transition into hadrons.

In this talk, I will discuss calculations from SHMs, LQCD, fluctuation measurements in heavy-ion collisions, and correlation between leading and next-to-leading charged hadrons within jets in simulation and connect their results to a quark flavor dependent hadronization. Furthermore, I will discuss the implication of these results on our current understanding of the hadronization process.

Hosted by: Takao Sakaguchi

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