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Frontiers in Nuclear and Hadronic Physics

Feb, 20 2017 - Mar, 04 2017




Organizers

Francesco Becattini (University of Florence), Angela Bonaccorso (INFN - Pisa), Ignazio Bombaci (University of Pisa), Maria Colonna (INFN - LNS), Marzia Nardi (INFN - Torino), Gianni Salmè (INFN - Roma1) , Elena Santopinto (INFN - Genova), Enrico Vigezzi (INFN - Milano)

 



Contact
nardi@to.infn.it, becattini@fi.infn.it
santopinto@ge.infn.it, angela.bonaccorso@df.unipi.it




Abstract

The school is primarily addressed toPh.D. students in theoretical physics, yet the lectures are also suitable for experimentalists. Participation of post-docs is also encouraged. The goal of the school is to provide an introduction to the basic concepts and tools in the fields of hadronic physics and high energy nuclear physics as well as to advanced research topics.

   
   



Topics
  •  E. Swanson: QCD and Exotic hadron spectroscopy
  • A. Accardi: The partonic structure of protons and nuclei: from current facilities to the Electron-Ion Collider
  • J. Wambach: Meson propagation in nuclear matter
  • O. Philipsen: Lattice QCD at finite temperature
  • I. Karpenko: Relativistic hydrodynamics and its application to relativistic heavy ion collisions
  • A. Beraudo: Heavy quarks and hard probes in relativistic heavy ion collisions
  • K. Fukushima: Magnetic effects in relativistic heavy ion collisions.





Talks
Feb, 20 2017 - 11:00 A. Accardi The partonic structure of protons and nuclei: from current facilities to the Electron-Ion Collider Seminar Slides
Feb, 21 2017 - 11:00 A. Accardi The partonic structure of protons and nuclei: from current facilities to the Electron-Ion Collider Seminar Slides Bonus material
Feb, 22 2017 - 09:00 A. Accardi The partonic structure of protons and nuclei: from current facilities to the Electron-Ion Collider Seminar Slides
Feb, 22 2017 - 10:00 A. Accardi The partonic structure of protons and nuclei: from current facilities to the Electron-Ion Collider Seminar Slides
Feb, 23 2017 - 09:00 J. Wambach Meson propagation in nuclear matter Seminar
I) Strong­Interaction Matter: Thermodynamics, Phase Transitions, Quantum­Chromodynamics, The QCD Phase 
Diagram, The Functional Renormalization Group
II) Hadrons in QCD Matter: The Role of Photons, Dileptons in Heavy­Ion Collisions, Spectral­Functions from the FRG
Slides Bonus material
Feb, 23 2017 - 15:00 M. Pappagallo Hadron Spectroscopy Techniques Seminar
The latest years have seen a resurrection of interest in the searches for exotic states. Experimental techniques and
methods, which led to the observation of Z(4430)+, Pc(4450)+ and other exotic hadrons, will be presented
Slides
Feb, 24 2017 - 09:00 A. Accardi The partonic structure of protons and nuclei: from current facilities to the Electron-Ion Collider Seminar Slides
Feb, 24 2017 - 10:00 A. Accardi The partonic structure of protons and nuclei: from current facilities to the Electron-Ion Collider Seminar Slides External link
Feb, 27 2017 - 09:00 O. Philipsen Lattice QCD at finite temperature Seminar
QCD at finite T in the continuum
 (formal aspects leading to the Linde problem etc.)
Lattice QCD at zero and finite T
Ideal gases in weak and strong coupling, center and chiral symmetries, QCD equation of state
Screening masses, free energy of static quark and anti­quark pairs
Phase transitions in general + the thermal transition in QCD at zero density
Finite density on the lattice and constraints on the phase diagram
Slides
Feb, 27 2017 - 10:00 O. Philipsen Lattice QCD at finite temperature Seminar
QCD at finite T in the continuum
 (formal aspects leading to the Linde problem etc.)
Lattice QCD at zero and finite T
Ideal gases in weak and strong coupling, center and chiral symmetries, QCD equation of state
Screening masses, free energy of static quark and anti­quark pairs
Phase transitions in general + the thermal transition in QCD at zero density
Finite density on the lattice and constraints on the phase diagram
Slides
Feb, 27 2017 - 11:00 Karpenko Relativistic hydrodynamics and its application to relativistic heavy ion collisions Seminar
Some history and some general ideas
Ideal hydrodynamics: 
Non­relativistic
, r
elativistic
Viscous hydrodynamics:
Non­relativistic (Navier­Stokes)
, r
elativistic Navier­Stokes
Israel­Stewart formulation
Initial state:
Glauber, other options
Equation of state

Freezing­out (Cooper­Frye

Slides
Feb, 27 2017 - 12:00 Karpenko Relativistic hydrodynamics and its application to relativistic heavy ion collisions Seminar
Some history and some general ideas
Ideal hydrodynamics: 
Non­relativistic
, r
elativistic
Viscous hydrodynamics:
Non­relativistic (Navier­Stokes)
, r
elativistic Navier­Stokes
Israel­Stewart formulation
Initial state:
Glauber, other options
Equation of state

Freezing­out (Cooper­Frye

Slides