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Phase diagram of strongly interacting matter: From Lattice QCD to Heavy-Ion Collision Experiments

Registration closed 13/11/2017.


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+39 0461 314721
Monday, 27 November, 2017 - 09:00 to Friday, 1 December, 2017 - 13:00
ECT* Conference room

The QCD phase diagram exhibits a broad variety of fascinating structures. Depending on the temperature and baryochemical potential, strongly interacting matter can be present in the form of a hadronic gas, of a plasma of deconfined quarks and gluons, or of further possible states of matter which have yet to be discovered and understood from first principles. The energy scales involved in the transitions between the different phases are in the non-perturbative regime of QCD and it is therefore necessary to solve a strongly coupled non-perturbative quantum gauge theory, which is a difficult theoretical challenge. Experimentally, these states of matter can be explored in heavy-ion collision experiments, currently operating at the Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collider (RHIC) at BNL, Super Proton Synchrotron (SPS) and Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, and two facilities planned to come online in the near future, Facility for Antiproton and Ion on Research (FAIR) at GSI and Nuclotron-based Ion Collider Facility (NICA) at JINR. The purpose of this workshop is to bridge the gap between thermodynamic equilibrium calculations of QCD and the ample experimental data, bringing together experts from theory, experiment and phenomenology in order to work together on identifying viable approaches to connect ab initio calculations to phenomenology and experiment.

Registration period: 
11 Sep 2017 to 12 Nov 2017


Alexei Bazavov Michigan State University
Massimo D'Elia INFN - Università di Pisa
Marlene Nahrgang Subatech & Ecole des Mines Nantes


Last nameFirst nameInstitutionCountry of Institution
BarabanovMikhailJINRRussian Federation
BazavovAlexeiMichigan State UniversityUSA
BecattiniFrancescoUniversità di FirenzeItaly
BlaschkeDavidUniversity of WroclawPoland
BluhmMarcusUniversity of WroclawPoland
BonatiClaudioDipartimento di Fisica, Universita' di PisaItaly
chatterjeesandeepAGH University, KrakowPoland
ContantRomainUniversity of grazAustria
D'EliaMassimoUniversity of PisaITALY
de ForcrandPhilippeETHSwitzerland
FrieseVolkerGSI DarmstadtGermany
FriesenAlexandraJoint Institute for Nuclear ResearchRussia
GalatyukTetyanaTU Darmstadt / GSIGermany
GazdzickiMarekGoethe and Jan Kochnowski UniveristiesGermany and Poland
HaqueNajmulInstitut fuer Theoretische Physik, JLU GiessenGermany
HarabaszSzymonTU DarmstadtGermany
HuovinenPasiInstitute of Theoretical PhysicsPoland
KochVolkerLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryUSA
KuichMagdalenaUniversity of WarsawPoland
LombardoMaria PaolaINFNItalia
MaYong-LiangJilin UniversityChina
MonnaiAkihikoInstitut de Physique Théorique, CNRS, CEAFRANCE
MukherjeeSwagatoBrookhaven National LaboratoryUSA
PawlowskiJan M.Heidelberg UniversityGermany
RedlichKrzysztofUniversity of WroclawPoland
RustamovAnarGSI/Universität HeidelbergGermany
SchaeferBernd-JochenJLU GiessenHesse, Germany
ScherzerManuelInstitut fuer theoretische Physik, Universitaet HeidelbergGermany
SharmaSayantanBrookhaven National LabUSA
SkokovVladimirRBRC, BNLUnited States
SnochAleksandraInstitut für Kernphysik Goethe-UniversitätGermany
SongHuichaoPeking UniversityP.R.China
StephanovMishaUniversity of Illinois at ChicagoUSA
TeSt1test1university of trentoitaly
TeSt1test1university of trentoitaly
ttestTest2itstr labgermany
ttte3TTES3fondazione bruno kesslerpakistan
WeberJohannesTechnische Universität MünchenGermany
WinkNicolasITP HeidelbergGermany
ZieglerFelixHeidelberg University, ITPGermany