Prof. Peng Fei Zhuang
Abstract: The quarkonium transverse momentum distribution is more sensitive to the nature of the hot quantum chromodynamic matter created in high energy nuclear collisions compared with the yield. Taking a dynamic transport approach for quarkonium motion together with a hydrodynamic description for the medium evolution, the cancellation between the two hot nuclear matter effects, the...
Dr Alexander Rothkopf
Abstract: Measuring the temperature of the quark-gluon plasma is a central task that calls for close collaboration between experiment and theory. Understanding e.g. the dynamics of hard probes as they traverse the bulk, promises such insight into the surrounding thermal medium. Here we report on recent progress in the description of the in-medium real-time evolution of Bottomonium states,...
Prof. Seyong Kim
Using lattice NRQCD method together with Bayesian reconstruction methods for the spectral function, we study in-medium modification of quarkonium due to thermal effect without assuming a potential between the heavy quarks.
Prof. ByungSik Hong
Dr Silvia Masciocchi
Prof. Johanna Stachel
Dr Mihee Jo
Abstract: The measurement of quarkonia can provide essential information of the QGP since they experience the medium from the early stage of the collisions. For instance, a sequential disassociation of different quarkonium states can indicate the temperature of the medium. Depending on the various bounding energy, the color-screening effect leads to a different levels of suppression of each...
Dr Ralf Averveck
Dr Zhao Jie
Dr Yongsun kim
Abstract: The CMS collaboration has recorded 150 μb-1 and 35 nb-1 of PbPb and pPb collisions, at 2.76TeV and 5.02TeV, respectively. This presentation reports the results of the two particle correlation measurements. A particular emphasis is given to the results regarding to the long-range correlations called ridge which is observed in all of pp, pPb and PbPb collisions.
Dr Yvonne Pachmayer
Prof. Seung-il Nam
Abstract: We investigate the chiral magnetic effect (CME) with the topological QCD object, i.e. instanton. The chiral susceptibility, which is the main source for CME, is interpreted as the number difference between the instant on and anti-instanton in their ensemble. A simple effective model is developed within the quark-instanton interaction picture at finite temperature in the presence of...
Prof. Hiroshi Masui
Abstract: I'm going to talk about recent results of flow measurements at RHIC from both PHENIX and STAR. I'm also going to discuss what have we learned from the current results, and what we are able to learn in future measurements at RHIC.
Prof. Tetsufumi Hirano
Abstract: Relativistic hydrodynamic models play an important role in the physics of high-energy heavy ion collisions to describe the space-time evolution of the quark gluon plasma (QGP). In this talk, I first show results from an integrated dynamical approach in which Monte-Carlo Glauber/KLN for the initial stage, relativistic hydrodynamics for the QGP stage and kinetic theory for the...
Prof. Dongho Moon
Abstract: The mechanisms which charmonia production is modified in the high-density medium created in ultra-relativistic heavy-ion collisions, are still not quantitatively understood. In order to disentangle among different scenarios, a multi-dimensional analysis in a wide kinematic range is need. The azimuthal anisotropy of prompt J/psi in PbPb collisions at 2.76 TeV will be presented, using...
Dr Michael Weber (CERN)
I will present an overview of flow studies in ALICE.
Prof. Sungtae Cho
Abstract : Starting from the discussion on issues related to charmed hadron production in heavy ion collisions, we investigate the effects of charmonium production by recombination of charm and anti-charm quarks on the nuclear modification factor of charmonium. We show that the production of charmonium through charm quark recombination plays an important role in understanding various...
Ms Minjung Kim (Inha University)
Prof. Zebo Tang