Workshop 4


Heavy Flavor and Quarkonium Production

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Location: Hamilton Seminar, Bldg. 555 (Chemistry)
Date: Tuesday, June 6, 2006  
Organizers: Marzia Rosati and Kirill Tuchin
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Time: 9 a.m. to 5:10 p.m.  
Summary: The primary goal of the workshop is to discuss the current status of both experimental and theoretical work related to heavy flavor and quarkonium production. New results from RHIC, theoretical interpretations and expectations for heavy flavor production at LHC will be presented.


09:00 - 09:35   open charm in PHENIX [pdf]  [ppt]   Ralf Averbeck
09:35 - 10:10   PHENIX charmonium [pdf]  [ppt]   Taku Gunji
10:10 - 10:45   STAR open charm [pdf]  [ppt]   Frank Laue
10:45 - 11:00   Coffee Break    
11:00 - 11:45   STAR charmonium [pdf]  [ppt]   Mauro Consentino
11:45 - 12:20   Prospects for heavy flavor measurements at RHIC II [pdf]  [ppt]   Tony Frawley
12:20 - 02:00   Lunch    
02:00 - 02:35   Heavy quarks and quarkonia in a QCD matter [pdf]  [ppt]   Dima Kharzeev
02:35 - 03:10   Charmonium dissociation from lattice [pdf]  [ppt]   Frithjof Karsh
03:10 - 03:45   Heavy Quarkonium Potentials and Bound States in Quark Gluon Plasma [pdf]  [ppt]   Cheuk-Yin Wong
03:45 - 04:00   Coffee Break    
04:00 - 04:35   Quarkonium production in the Color Glass Condensate [pdf]  [ppt]   Raju Venugopalan
04:35 - 05:10   Heavy quark energy loss [pdf]  [ppt]   William Horowitz

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