Plenary Session - Friday, June 5, 2009

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Meeting Location: Berkner Hall Auditorium, Bldg. 488 

Plenary Session IV, Results and Future -- Chair:  Ken Barish

09:00   Jet Probes of Hot Dense QCD Matter - [ppt]     [pdf]   Brian Cole, Columbia
09:30   Jet-medium interactions in STAR - Cone, Ridge and high pT RAA   Pawan Netrakanti, Purdue
10:00   Recent Results on (d,Au) Collisions   Richard Seto, UC Riverside
10:30   Break & Poster Session
11:00   Observation of the anti-hypertriton in the STAR experiment at RHIC   Zhangbu Xu, BNL
11:30   EIC   Elke Aschenauer, BNL
12:00   Open Forum & Lunch Break (Lunch will be available on a first come first serve basis)    

Plenary Session V, Results and Future -- Chair:  Helen Caines

01:15   UEC Chair Overview and Election Results   Abhay Deshpande, SUNY @ SB
    Poster Winner   Steve Vigdor, BNL
01:40   Flash Talks by Thesis Winners & Poster Winner    


Thesis Honorable Mention   Dilepton Spectra in p+p and Au+Au Collisions at RHIC   Torsten Dahms Stony Brook University
Thesis Honorable Mention   J/y production at high-pT in p+p and Cu+Cu collisions in STAR   Zebo Tang
Thesis Winner   Two Particle Correlations with Direct Photon and \pi^0 Triggers in 200 GeV p+p and Au+Au Collisions   Matthew Nguyen, SUNY @ SB
Poster Winner   Local Polarimetry with Zero Degree Calorimeter at STAR   Oleksandr Grebenyuk
02:25   Near Term and Long Term Future   Steve Vigdor
02:55   Break    
03:20   Accelerator Upgrades   Wolfram Fischer, BNL
03:45   STAR Future Plans and Upgrades   [ppt]     [pptx]   Hank Crawford, UC Berkeley
04:10   PHENIX Future Plans and Upgrades   [ppt]     [pptx]   Stefan Bathe, RBRC
04:35   Close    

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