Hot Quarks 2018

News del 25/05/2018

The 8th Workshop for young scientists on the physics of ultrarelativistic nucleus-nucleus collisions (Hot Quarks 2018) will be held at De Krim on Texel Island in the Netherlands, 7-14 September 2018.

The aim of this workshop is to enhance the direct exchange of scientific information among the younger members of the Relativistic Heavy Ion community, both from the experiments and theory. Therefore we especially want to encourage postdoctoral fellows, advanced graduate students, and junior faculty and research staff to apply.

Topics that will be addressed include:

QCD at high temperature/density and lattice QCD
Initial state effects and the Color Glass Condensate
Relativistic hydrodynamic and collective phenomena
Correlations and fluctuations
Jets in the vacuum and in the medium
Baryons and Strangeness
Heavy Flavor, dileptons and photons
Applications of String Theory and AdS/CFT
Experimental techniques and future programs apparatus

Abstract submission deadline: 1 June 2018.

More information: here.