Heikki Mäntysaari (University of Jyväskylä)
9/12/13, 2:30 PM
The Color Class Condensate offers a consistent framework to describe high-energy (small-x) data from various experiments. The non-perturbative input for these calculations, the dipole-target amplitude at initial Bjorken-x, is obtainable from electron-proton deep inelastic scattering processes. Once that is known, one can compute, for example, single and double inclusive particle production...
DIONYSIS TRIANTAFYLLOPOULOS (ECT*)
9/12/13, 2:50 PM
We study multi-particle production with rapidity correlations in proton-nucleus collisions at high energy in the Color Glass Condensate framework. The high-energy evolution responsible for such correlations is governed by a generalization of the JIMWLK equation describing the simultaneous evolution of the strong nuclear color fields in the direct amplitude and the complex conjugate amplitude....
Wilke van der Schee (U)
9/12/13, 3:10 PM
Numerically simulating colliding planar gravitational shock waves in AdS gives rise to rich and interesting dynamics. Wide shocks come to a full stop and expand hydrodynamically, as was found in . High energy collisions (corresponding to thin shocks) pass through each other, after which a plasma forms in the middle, quite akin to heavy-ion collisions. After an initial stage of...
101. Solution of the NLO BFKL Eq. and analytic NLO $\gamma^*$-$\gamma^*$-cross section from High-Energy OPE in Wilson-lines
Giovanni Antonio Chirilli (The Ohio State University)
9/12/13, 3:30 PM
I will present the solution of the next-to-leading order (NLO) BFKL equation obtained by constructing its eigenfunctions perturbatively, using an expansion around the LO BFKL (conformal) eigenfunctions. This method can be used to construct the solution of the BFKL equation with the kernel calculated to an arbitrary order in the coupling constant. Then, using the solution of the NLO BFKL...
87. Thermalization and entropy production from Glasma-like initial condition in classical Yang-Mills dynamics
Dr Hideaki Iida (Kyoto University)
9/12/13, 3:50 PM
Thermalization process in classical Yang-Mills (CYM) field theory starting from noisy Glasma-like initial conditions is studied by investigating the initial-value sensitivity of trajectories . The Kolmogorov-Sinai (KS) entropy, which gives the entropy production rate in classical chaotic system, is calculated numerically for CYM fields starting from Glasma-like initial conditions with and...
Prof. Maria Beatriz Gay Ducati (UFRGS)
9/12/13, 4:10 PM
Using a momentum space model for the dipole scattering ampli tude we present an analysis of the saturation effects at LHC energies, describing the data on proton-proton and proton-lead collisions.The model is based on the asymptotic solutions of the Balitsky-Kovchegov equation, being ideal in the saturation domain where the target wave function has a high occupation number. We also make...