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Challenges to Transport Theory for Heavy-Ion Collisions

Registration closed 30/04/2019.


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+39 0461 314721
Monday, 20 May, 2019 - 08:00 to Friday, 24 May, 2019 - 14:00
ECT* meeting room

Transport theory is the main tool to extract physical information from heavy-ion collisions (HIC), like the nuclear equation-of-state. In this workshop we review the challenges and demands on transport theory in view of new facilities and  experiments, and of new astrophysical observations. We focus on energies and corresponding densities, where a hadronic representation is appropriate. At present, transport dynamics is treated essentially as a semi-classical 1-body description. Necessary extensions are the specification of fluctuations, the introduction of dynamical correlations and clustering, including short-range correlations, and the treatment of off-shell effects ofparticle with widths. The workshop will discuss these questions and develop ways to replace the empirical treatments often used today. One vehicle for this are code comparisons under controlled conditions for heavy-ion-collisions and box calculations to study the treatment of these effects in simulations and to estimate the systematical error of transport descriptions.

Registration period: 
04 Mar 2019 to 29 Apr 2019


Maria Colonna INFN-LNS
Pavel Danielewicz MSU & NSCL
Akira Ono Tohoku University
Hermann Wolter University of Munich


Last nameFirst nameInstitutionCountry of Institution
AYIKSAKIRTennessee Tech UniversityUnited States of America
BausweinAndreasGSI Helmholtz center for heavy-ion researchGermany
BleicherMarcusUniversity FrankfurtGermany
BorderieBernardInstitut de Physique Nucléaire IN2P3/CNRSFrance
BurgioFiorellaINFN Sezione di CataniaItaly
BurrelloStefanoLaboratori Nazionali del SudItaly
ChenLie-WenShanghai Jiao Tong UniversityChina
CociGabrieleUniversity of Catania - INFN Laboratori Nazionali del Sud - Centro Siciliano di Fisica Nucleare e Struttura della MateriaItaly
DanielewiczPawelCyclotron Lab, Michigan State UnivUSA
FabbiettiLauraTechnische Universität MünchenItalien
FengZhaoqingSouth China University of TechnologyChina
GrecoVincenzoUniversity of CataniaItaly
HagelKrisCyclotron Institute, Texas A & M UniversityUnited States
IkenoNatsumiTottori UniversityJAPAN
KimMyungkukPusan National UniversityRep. of Korea
KoChe-MingTexas A&M UniversityUSA
KolomeitsevEvgeniMatej Bel UniversitySlovakia
LacroixDenisIPN OrsayFrance
LE FEVREArnaudGSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbHGermany
LeeChang-HwanPusan National UniversityKorea
LeifelsYvonneGSI Helmholtzzentrum fuer SchwerionenforschungGerman
LinHaoMichigan State UniversityUSA
MaruhnJoachimGoethe University FrankfurtGermany
NapolitaniPaoloCNRS / IN2P3 / IPN, Orsay, FranceFrance
OliinychenkoDmytroLawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryUSA
OnoAkiraTohoku UniversityJapan
PapaMassimoINFN Sezione di CataniaItalia
ProvidênciaConstançaUniversity of CoimbraPortugal
RoepkeGerdUniversity RostockGermany
SuJunSun Yat-Sen UniversityChina
TrautmannWolfgangGSI Helmholtzzentrum fuer Schwerionenforschung GmbHGermany
TsangBettyMichigan State UniversityUSA
TsangChun YuenMichigan State UniversityUnited State of America
TypelStefanInstitut für Kernphysik, Technische Universität DarmstadtGermany
VerdeGiuseppeINFN Sezione di CataniaItaly
WangRuiShanghai Institute of Applied Physics, Chinese Academy of SciencesChina
WangYongjiaHuzhou UniversityChina
WolterHermannUniversity of MunichGermany
XuJunShanghai Advanced Research Instititue, CASChina
YongGao-Chan YongInstitute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of SciencesChina
ZhangFeng-ShouCollege of Nuclear Science and Technology, Beijing Normal UniversityChina
ZHANGYINGXUNChina Institute of Atomic EnergyChina
ZhangZhenSun Yet-sen universityChina