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Workshop 8

 

How perfect is this matter? - the success and new challenges of Hydrodynamics at RHIC

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Location: Hamilton Room, Bldg. 555 (Chemistry)
Date: Wednesday, June 7, 2006  
Co-Organizers: Aihong Tang and Ulrich Heinz
Time: 8:45 a.m. to 5:10 p.m.  
Summary: This workshop will focus on the bulk collectivity of the matter that RHIC has created. Topics from flow, spectra and HBT will be covered. The implementation of Hydrodynamics at RHIC will be reviewed in detail, and new challenges emerging from data will be presented.
     

Agenda


08:45 - 09:10   Anisotropic flow as probe of thermalization [pdf]  [ppt]   Yuting Bai
09:10 - 09:35   What have we learned from the Anisotropic Flow of identified hadrons?  [pdf]  [ppt]   Hiroshi Masui
09:35 - 10:00   Elliptic Flow at PHOBOS and the Eccentricity Conundrum  [pdf]  [ppt]   Richard Bindel
10:00 - 10:25   System size and energy dependence of Directed flow at RHIC  [pdf]  [ppt]   Gang Wang
         
10:25 - 10:40   Coffee Break    
         
10:40 - 11:05   Results from 3D ideal hydrodynamics at RHIC  [pdf]  [ppt]   Chiho Nonaka
11:05 - 11:30   Spectra and flow from 3D hydro+cascade model  [pdf]  [ppt]   Tetsufumi Hirano
11:30 - 11:55   Viscosity near the critical point  [pdf]  [ppt]   Kerstin Paech
11:55 - 12:20   Viscous relativistic hydrodynamics  [pdf]  [ppt]   Ulrich Heinz
         
12:20 - 02:00   Lunch    
         
02:00 - 02:25   Transport description of viscous effects  [pdf]  [ppt]   Che-Ming Ko
02:25 - 02:50   Elliptic flow of electrons from heavy flavor decays in sqrt {s_{NN}} = 200 GeV Au+Au collisions at PHENIX  [pdf]  [ppt]   Shingo Sakai
02:50 - 03:15   Elliptic flow of thermal photons  [pdf]  [ppt]   Evan Frodermann
03:15 - 03:40   Photon v2 at RHIC   [pdf]  [ppt]   Guoji Lin
         
03:40 - 03:55   Coffee Break    
         
03:55 - 04:20   Obtaining space-time picture of the freeze-out process - femtoscopy at STAR  [pdf]  [ppt]   Adam Kisiel
04:20 - 04:45   PHENIX HBT Measurements  [pdf]  [ppt]   Jason Newby
04:45 - 05:10   Gluon Fields at Early Times and Initial Conditions for Hydrodynamics  [pdf]  [ppt]   Rainer Fries

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