Event at Galileo Galilei Institute


Frontiers in Nuclear and Hadronic Physics 2023

Feb 27, 2023 - Mar 10, 2023

The school is primarily addressed to Ph.D. students in Theoretical Nuclear and Hadronic Physics. Participation of experimentalists and Post-Docs is also encouraged. The 2023 edition will be devoted to the study of high-energy nuclear and hadronic collisions, investigating the properties of the initial state, the hydrodynamization/thermalization stage, the hydrodynamic evolution of the system, the modelling of soft-particle production in small and large systems and the use of QCD-jets as a diagnostic tool of the produced medium.
Each subject will be covered with 8 hours of lectures in the morning and 2 hours of exercises in the afternoon.

Small x-physics and Glasma dynamics in ultra-relativistic collisions (8+4 hours)
Prof. Tuomas Lappi, University of Jyvaskyla

Hydrodynamization and non-equilibrium attractors in the high-temperature QCD plasma (8+4 hours)
Prof. Michael Strickland, Kent State University

Quantum Thermodynamics and Relativistic Hydrodynamics for Relativistic Heavy-ion Collisions (8+4 hours)
Prof. Francesco Becattini, University of Florence

Modelling of soft-particle production from pp to AA collisions in QCD event generators (8+4 hours)
Prof. Leif Lonnblad, Lund University

Jets in QGP: from basics to applications (8+4 hours)
Prof. Guilherme Milhano, Instituto Superior Tecnico of Lisbon

Andrea Beraudo (INFN-Torino), Vincenzo Greco (University of Catania), Angela Bonaccorso (University of Pisa), Ignazio Bombaci (University of Pisa), Maria Colonna (INFN-LNS), Elena Santopinto (INFN-Genova), Sergio Scopetta (University of Perugia), Enrico Vigezzi (INFN-Milano)