Workshop 5



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Location: Large Seminar Room, Bldg. 510 (Physics)
Date: Tuesday, June 6, 2006  
Organizers: Paul Sorensen and Rene Bellwied
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Time: 8:59 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  
Summary: Experimental data that provides clues to how quarks and gluons are confined into colorless hadrons. Our understanding of this process and ways of modeling the process in various event generators.


08:59   Welcome    
09:00 - 09:40   STAR identified particle measurements at high pT   Pawan Netrakanti
09:40 - 10:20   Hadronization in String-like models (HIJING/BbarB v2.0)   Vasile Topor Pop
10:20 - 10:40   Coffee Break    
10:40 - 11:20   Hadronic rescattering effects after hadronization of QGP fluids   Tetsufumi Hirano
11:20 - 12:00   PHENIX experimental talk on identified particle spectra   Julia Velkovska
12:00 - 01:30   Lunch    
01:30 - 02:10   STAR identified particle results II   Mark Heinz
02:10 - 02:50   The String Breaking Mechanism   Steven Steinke
02:50 - 03:10   Coffee Break    
03:10 - 03:50   From Glasma to hadrons   Tuomas Lappi
03:50 - 04:30   PHENIX experimental results on identified particles and flow   Michael Issah

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