- Yasuyuki Akiba (RIKEN)
Dr Dániel Berényi (Wigner Research Centre for Physics of the H.A.S)
Abstract: Flux tube based models are widely used for describing the early stage of heavy-ion collisions. Usually, the microscopic process underlying these models is based on vacuum pair production. In the simplest case, when the gauge field is constant and homogeneous the rate of pairs is given by the Schwinger formula. However, such energetic nucleus collisions are expected to give rise to...
30. Consistency of perfect fluidity and high pT parton propagation in semi-quark-gluon-monopole plasmas
Dr Jiechen Xu (Indiana University)
In analyzing high pT parton propagation in QGPs, a majority of perturbative QCD (pQCD) based models currently face two significant challenges: (1) simultaneously describing data of high pT single hadrons’ RAA + v2 at RHIC + LHC; (2) explaining the “perfect fluid” like shear viscous transport properties of the sQGP. To overcome both, we build a new phenomenological framework -- CUJET3.0 --...
Dr Gergely Gabor Barnafoldi (Wigner RCP of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences)
The popular HIJING event generator is redesigned to match the compatibility with ALIROOT and is rewritten to C++. We review here the design of the C++ interface and the connections to the PYTHIA 8 event generator. Furthermore, with the development new physics is also introduced, like the inclusion of new particle distribution functions, the DGLAP evolution of the shadowing effect, different...