Workshop Information


All information presented here is preliminary and is subject to change.
Workshop Coordinators:  Mike Lisa & Mattias Grosse-Perdekamp

Monday, June 5, 2006
1 The Helicity Structure of the Nucleon Christine Aidala
2 EM Radiation / Low-Mass Dileptons Takao Sakaguchi
3 From High mu_B to High Energy Gunther Roland
Tuesday, June 6, 2006
4 Quarkonium Production Marzia Rosati
5 Hadronization Paul Sorensen
6 Transverse Spin Mickey Chiu
Wednesday, June 7, 2006
7 Accelerator Aspects of Energy Scans Nicholaos Tsoupas
8 How perfect is this matter? - the success and new challenges of Hydrodynamics at RHIC Aihong Tang
9 Interactions Between Hard Probes and The Bulk Olga Barannikova
10 Dipole Moments in Storage Rings Yannis Semertzidis

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