RHIC & AGS Annual Users' Meeting
May 10 - 14, 2004
The RHIC & AGS Annual Users' Meeting is taking a departure from the previous Users' Meeting format. This year the Organizing Committee has planned four days of topical workshops before and after a one-day plenary session on Wednesday, May 12th. The plenary program will include the latest results from RHIC, AGS, and NSRL (presented mainly as summaries, findings, and forecasts of workshops), reports from Washington, elections, awards, and an Open Forum Meeting.
The Users' Executive Committee (UEC) welcomes participation in the poster session to be held during this meeting and invites you to join them at the banquet on Wednesday evening. The UEC encourages Ph.D. students to submit their theses to the RHIC & AGS Thesis Award Competition. Two awards will be given at the meeting to recognize the most outstanding thesis related to research conducted at the RHIC, AGS, NSRL, Tandem, or ATF facilities.
Workshops are scheduled for Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday surrounding the plenary session. The workshops will include:
- Bulk Dynamics at RHIC: HBT, Entropy Production, Thermodynamics, and Hydrodynamics
- Spin Physics at RHIC I: First Results and Status of the First Polarized Proton Collider
- Spin Physics at RHIC II: Polarized Protons for Runs 2004 and 2005
- High p_T Physics at RHIC: I. Spectra, R_AA
- High p_T Physics at RHIC: II. Jets, jT, kT
- Hadronic Physics with Hadronic Beams at AGS: Baryons, Hyperons, and Pentaquarks
- Heavy Quark Production at RHIC
- Future Kaon Experiments at the AGS
- Strangeness and Exotica at RHIC
- Forward Physics at RHIC
Advances in Lepton Flavor Violation
Searches at AGS
RHIC & AGS Users' Center
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Upton, NY 11973-5000
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