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Workshop 3

 

From High mu_B to High Energy

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Location: Large Seminar Room, Bldg. 510 (Physics)
Date: Monday, June 5, 2006  
Organizers: Gunther Roland, Paul Stankus, and Peter Steinberg
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Time: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.  
Summary: The collision energy dependence of key observables is one of the main handles for understanding production and evolution of QCD matter. Together with RHIC, the LHC and FAIR@GSI will explore a vast range in sqrt(s), over which fundamental changes in initial conditions and the nature of the produced medium are expected. The workshop will focus on a comprehensive overview of the observed and predicted trends in the energy dependence of key signatures.
     

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09:00   Welcome    

09:00 - 09:50   Energy and mu_B dependence in Heavy Ion Collisions:  Overview   D. Kharzeev
09:50 - 10:30   Multiplicity vs sqrt (s) and mu_B, experiment   P. Steinberg
         
10:30 - 10:45   Coffee Break    
         
10:45 - 11:25   Multiplicity vs sqrt (s) and mu_B, theory   A. Stasto
11:25 - 12:05   Energy and mu_B dependence of particle ratios and spectra   Olga Barannikova
12:05 - 12:45   Thermal models and energy scans   J. Cleymans
         
12:45   Lunch    
         
01:45   Energy and mu_B dependence of Bose-Einstein correlations   S. Panitkin
02:25   Energy and mu_B dependence of fluctuations   G. Roland
03:05   Energy and mu_B dependence of J/psi production and suppression   A. Bickley
         
03:45   Coffee Break    
         
04:00   Energy and mu_B dependence of high pT hadron production and correlations   A. Majumder
04:40   Energy and mu_B dependence of flow phenomena in heavy ion collisions   P. Sorensen
05:20   Equilibration, Hydrodynamics and Flow vs collision energy and mu_B   D. Teaney
         
06:00   Adjourn    

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