In the next years the BM@N experiment at the Nuclotron at JINR in Dubna will carry out the physics program with heavy ion beams with energies up to 3.8 AGeV and intensities up to $2$$\cdot$$10^6$ ions/s. The experiment is devoted to measure observables sensitive to the equation of state of dense baryonic matter. To meet this goal the existing BM@N set-up will be upgraded with fast hybrid tracking system, which includes beam tracking detectors, a large aperture silicon tracking system, GEM stations and cathode strip chambers. The measurement of the event plane and centrality will be achieved with a forward hadron calorimeter and granular hodoscopes. The physics program and configuration of the upgraded BM@N set-up will be presented.
Joint Institute for Nuclear Research
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|Name of experiment and experimental site||BM@N https://bmn.jinr.ru/|
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