Dr
Peter Levai
(MTA KFKI RMKI), Prof.
Tamás Sándor Biró
(MTA KFKI RMKI)

16/08/2010, 09:00

Prof.
BIKASH SINHA
(Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, Dept. of Atomic Energy, 1/AF, Bidhan Nagar, Kolkata-700 064, India)

16/08/2010, 09:10

Prof.
Pawel Danielewicz
(NSCL/Cyclotron Laboratory, Michigan State University)

16/08/2010, 09:55

Prof.
Reinhard Alkofer
(Univ. Graz)

16/08/2010, 11:00

Prof.
Miklós Gyulassy
(Columbia University)

16/08/2010, 11:45

Prof.
Jochen Wambach
(TU-Darmstadt and GSI)

16/08/2010, 14:00

Dr
Zsolt Szep
(Statistical and Biological Physics Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences)

16/08/2010, 14:35

Mr
Robert Vertesi
(MTA KFKI RMKI)

16/08/2010, 15:10

Mr
Henry Schade
(FZD)

16/08/2010, 15:45

Dr
Péter Kovács
(KFKI RMKI)

16/08/2010, 17:00

Dr
Antal Jakovac
(BME Institute pf Physics)

16/08/2010, 17:35

Dr
Johann M. Heuser
(GSI Helmholtz Center for Heavy Ion Research GmbH)

17/08/2010, 09:00

Prof.
Peter Braun-Munzinger
(EMMI,GSI)

17/08/2010, 09:45

Dr
Ferenc Siklér
(KFKI Research Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics)

17/08/2010, 11:00

Peter Levai
(MTA KFKI RMKI)

17/08/2010, 11:45

Prof.
Roy Lacey
(Stony Brook University)

17/08/2010, 14:00

Prof.
Tamás Csörgő
(MTA KFKI RMKI and Harvard University)

17/08/2010, 14:55

Prof.
Mei Huang
(IHEP, CAS)

17/08/2010, 15:20

Sona Pochybova
(MTA KFKI RMKI)

17/08/2010, 15:55

Dr
Barbara Betz
(Columbia University)

17/08/2010, 17:00

Mr
Vitalii Ozvenchuk
(FIAS)

17/08/2010, 18:15

Mr
Felix Reining
(Institut für theoretische Physik, Universität Frankfurt)

17/08/2010, 18:15

Mr
Krisztian Krajczar
(ELTE)

17/08/2010, 18:15

Experiments and Theories

András Agócs
(MTA KFKI RMKI)

17/08/2010, 18:15

Experiments and Theories

Dániel Berényi
(MTA KFKI RMKI)

17/08/2010, 18:15

Dr
György Wolf
(RMKI KFKI)

18/08/2010, 09:45

Prof.
Che-Ming Ko
(Texas A&M University)

18/08/2010, 11:00

Prof.
Viacheslav Toneev
(Dubna, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)

18/08/2010, 11:45

Prof.
Grzegorz Wilk
(The Andrzej Soltan Institute for Nuclear Studies)

18/08/2010, 14:00

Dr
Jacek Rozynek
(SINS, Warsaw, Poland.)

18/08/2010, 14:45

Karoly Urmossy
(RMKI KFKI, ELTE)

18/08/2010, 15:20

Dr
Gergely Gábor Barnaföldi
(MTA KFKI RMKI)

18/08/2010, 15:55

Prof.
Constantino Tsallis
(Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Fisicas)

18/08/2010, 17:00

Dr
Péter Ván
(KFKI RMKI), Dr
Ván

19/08/2010, 09:00

Dr
Giorgio Torrieri
(JW Goethe Universitat, Frankfurt)

19/08/2010, 09:45

Prof.
Laszlo P. Csernai
(University of Bergen)

19/08/2010, 11:00

Prof.
Carsten Greiner
(University of Frankfurt)

19/08/2010, 11:45

Prof.
Marcus Bleicher
(FIAS, University of Frankfurt)

19/08/2010, 14:00

Dr
Gerhard Burau
(FIAS)

19/08/2010, 14:45

Mr
Gunnar Gräf
(Institute for theoretical physics, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, Germany)

19/08/2010, 15:20

Dr
Etele Molnar
(MTA KFKI RMKI)

19/08/2010, 15:55

Mr
Robert Schulze
(Forschungszentrum Dresden-Rossendorf)

19/08/2010, 17:00

Prof.
Zsolt Schram
(University of Debrecen)

19/08/2010, 17:35

Prof.
Carsten Greiner
(University of Frankfurt), Prof.
Tamás Sándor Biró
(MTA KFKI RMKI)

19/08/2010, 18:10

Mr
Robert Schulze
(Forschungszentrum Dresden-Rossendorf)

Based on a quasiparticle model for \beta stable and electrically neutral deconfined matter we address the possibility of pure quark stars. The model is adjusted to recent hot lattice QCD results for 2+1 flavors with almost physical quark masses. Using stability and binding arguments general statements can be made concerning the existence of such compact stellar objects.

Prof.
Tamás Csörgő
(MTA KFKI RMKI and Harvard University)

Four possible scenarios are considered for a transition from a quark-gluon matter to hadronic matter, and their corresponding correlation signatures are discussed. Four criteria are highlighted for a definitive experimental search for a QCD critical point. An old-new experimental measure, the optical opacity (or its inverse the nuclear attenuation length) is determined, in terms of a...

Prof.
Viacheslav Toneev
(Dubna, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)

The energy dependence of the local CP violation in Au+Au and
Cu+Cu collisions is estimated within a simple phenomenological
model. Predictions for LHC and SPS energies are given. Evolution
of the magnetic field in heavy-ion collisions is discussed also.

Dr
Volker Koch
(LBNL)

I will discuss various aspects of the QCD phase diagram and how they can be explored in actual experiments.

Mr
Gunnar Gräf
(Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies (FIAS), University of Frankfurt)

We use the non-equilibrium transport approach Ultra-relativistic Quantum Molecular Dynamics (UrQMD) [1] to compute the dynamics of heavy ion collisions up to LHC energies. From this model we obtain directly the full phasespace distribution of all particles at the kinetic freeze out. By applying the Correlation After Burner (CRAB) [2] of Scott Pratt we extract the two-particle correlation...

Prof.
Miklós Gyulassy
(Columbia University)

The two major competing paradigms for jet-medium interactions at RHIC and LHC
are perturbative pQCD and higher dimensional holographic hQCD.
I discuss why current RHIC data favor hQCD holography to pQCD tomography by a score of 2-to-1 as of today. hQCD does a remarkable robust job correlating bulk flow and heavy quark quenching observables while pQCD does a better job describing light quark...

Prof.
Marcus Bleicher
(FIAS, University of Frankfurt)

We discuss recent developments in the area of
hybrid approaches to the simulation of heavy ion reactions
at relativistic energies. Focus will be on the exploration
of different equations of state and potential signature of the
QGP. The talk will also address some open questions for
future developments, like multi-particle interactions and
hadronisation.

Dr
Zsolt Szep
(Statistical and Biological Physics Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences)

The chiral quark model consisting of the sigma and pion mesons and the
constituent quarks propagating on the constant background of a temporal
gauge field is solved at finite temperature and baryon chemical potential.
Using an expansion in the number of flavors, both the chiral limit and the
case with physical pion mass are studied. The location of the critical end
point in the mu-T...

Prof.
Zsolt Schram
(University of Debrecen)

We study the possibility to implement the canonical Tsallis distribution for
lattice field theory simulations. Formally, the application of the Tsallis
distribution can be interpreted as introducing a fluctuating temperature.
We give arguments for the approach and present our simulation method as
well as our first numerical results in determining the equation of state
for pure SU(2)...

Dr
Ferenc Siklér
(KFKI Research Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics)

Measurements of hadron production in proton-proton collisions at sqrt(s) = 0.9, 2.36 and 7 TeV, recorded with the CMS detector. To be extended.

Dr
Vladimir Skokov
(GSI, Darmstadt, Germany)

Thermodynamics and the phase structure of the Polyakov loop-extended two flavor chiral quark-meson model (PQM) are explored. The analysis of the PQM model is based on the functional renormalization group (FRG) method. An appropriate truncation of the effective action with quarks coupled to background gluonic fields is introduced. Within this scheme, we derive the renormalization group flow...

Dr
Vladimir Skokov
(GSI, Darmstadt, Germany)

Prof.
BIKASH SINHA
(Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, Dept. of Atomic Energy, 1/AF, Bidhan Nagar, Kolkata-700 064, India)

The universe, microseconds after the Big Bang consisted of Quarks, Gluons, leptons and photons. Possible remnants from that epoch can be MACHO type of dark objects about the size of the Jupiter. One partial source of dark energy could be the orphan quarks left over from that epoch. In a typical phase diagram early universe corresponds to low baryon density but very high temperature.
Neutron...

Prof.
Constantino Tsallis
(Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Fisicas)

The realm of Boltzmann-Gibbs statistical mechanics, based on the standard additive entropy, essentially concerns ergodic systems, Markovian-like processes, linear Fokker-Planck equations, exponential behaviors of relevant physical, geometrical and dynamical quantities, the central limit theorem. What can be done when such simplifying hypothesis are not satisfied? The nonadditive entropy Sq,...

Prof.
Grzegorz Wilk
(The Andrzej Soltan Institute for Nuclear Studies)

The critical phenomena in strongly interaction matter are generally investigated
using the mean-field model and are characterized by well defined
critical exponents. However, such models provide only average properties
of the corresponding order parameters and neglect altogether their possible
fluctuations. Also the possible long range effect are neglected in the mean
field approach. Here...

Prof.
Laszlo P. Csernai
(University of Bergen)

The observed Constituent Quark Number Scaling of the flow parameter, v_2, for different mesons and baryons is instinctively a proof for collective flow development in quark gluon plasma. Fluid dynamical models assuming phase and chemical equilibrium during all stages cannot account for the observed scaling, while hybrid models with recombination into hadrons can in a limited p_t-range....

Dr
Etele Molnar
(MTA KFKI RMKI)

We present the derivation of the (second order) equations of
relativistic dissipative fluid dynamics from kinetic theory
using Grad’s moment expansion and discuss its applicability
in heavy-ion collisions.

Dr
Johann M. Heuser
(GSI Helmholtz Center for Heavy Ion Research GmbH)

The Compressed Baryonic Matter (CBM) experiment [1] is being planned at the international research center FAIR [2], under realization next to the GSI laboratory in Darmstadt, Germany. Its physics programme addresses the QCD phase diagram in the region of highest net baryon densities. Of particular interest are the expected first order phase transition from partonic to hadronic matter, ending...

Dr
Giorgio Torrieri
(JW Goethe Universitat, Frankfurt)

We examine the nuclear liquid-gas phase transition at large number of colors (N_c) within the framework of the Van Der Waals (VdW) model. We argue that the VdW equation is appropriate at describing inter-nucleon forces , and discuss how each parameter scales with N_c. We demonstrate that N_c=3 is not large with respect to the other dimensionless scale relevant to baryonic matter, the number of...

Dr
Péter Ván
(MTA KFKI RMKI, Dep. of Theoretical Physics)

Hydro and Transport Models I.

In the presentation the concept of temperature in relativistic thermodynamics is shortly surveyed and argued that the historical paradoxes are connected to the stability and causality issues of relativistic hydrodynamic theories. It is shown that a choice of "flow frames" (e.g. Eckart or Landau-Lifshitz), that is the definition of the velocity field, can partially hide the problematic aspects...

Prof.
Pawel Danielewicz
(NSCL/Cyclotron Laboratory, Michigan State University)

Striving to develop a practical approach for nuclear collisions, based on nonequilibrium Green's functions, we start out by considering collisions of slabs in one dimension, within the mean-field approximation of the Green’s-function method. In the latter case, the dynamics is self-consistently described in terms of a single-particle density-matrix for the colliding system. We concentrate on...

Dr
Antal Jakovac
(BME Institute pf Physics)

Hydro and Transport Models I.

The small value of the shear viscosity to entropy density ratio suggests a strongly interacting quark matter where the elementary excitations are far from being small-width quasiparticles. In this talk I suggest an approach how the transport coefficients can be calculated in systems with broad spectral functions. It will be shown that the transport coefficients are naturally small, and, in...

Dr
Gergely Gábor Barnaföldi
(MTA KFKI RMKI)

Non-extensive thermodynamics is a novel approach to fields in high energy physics. The low and intermediate transverse momentum spectra are extremely well reproduced by the Tsallis-Pareto distribution however, the physical origin of the Tsallis parameter is still an unsettled question. Understanding hadronization processes in heavy-ion collisions requires more detailed tests, especially at...