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A statistical mechanical view on high energy physics30m
The use of the celebrated Boltzmann--Gibbs entropy and statistical mechanics is justified for ergodic-like systems. In contrast, complex systems typically require more powerful theories. We will provide a brief introduction to nonadditive entropies and associated nonextensive statistical mechanics, and then present some recent applications to systems such as high-energy collisions, black holes and others.
The Tsallis Distribution at the LHC.30m
In this talk we review applications of the Tsallis distribution in high energy physics covering p-p, p-Pb and Pb-Pb collisons at ALICE, ATLAS and CMS.
Results from STAR and PHENIX will also be reviewed.
The energy dependence of the three parameters, volume, q and T will be discussed in great detail.
(University of Cape Town)
Using Tsallis function in the Heavy Ion data30m
(Weizmann Institute of Science (IL))