Marco Panero (University of Turin and INFN, Turin)
In the first part of this contribution, I will give a non-technical introduction to lattice calculations, which are the standard tool to derive ab initio theoretical predictions for QCD at finite temperature. Then I will present a selection of recent, high-precision numerical lattice QCD results relevant for heavy-ion collisions. Finally, I will also discuss some analytical and conceptual...
Prof. Qun Wang (University of Science and Technology of China)
Kinetic theory is an important tool to describe these phenomena in phase space of chiral fermions. It has been shown that the CME, CVE and Covariant Chiral Kinetic Equation (CCKE) can be derived in quantum kinetic theory from the Wigner function in 4-dimensions (4D) in external electromagnetic fields. The magnetic moment and spin-vorticity coupling of chiral fermions are shown to emerge in...
Francesca Bellini (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))
Probing hot QCD matter and the fireball evolution with light-flavour hadrons in ALICE
17. Systematics of higher order net-baryon number fluctuations at small values of the baryon chemical potential
Christian Schmidt (University of Bielefeld)
We analyze cumulant ratios of net-baryon number fluctuations calculated in (2+1)-flavor QCD in next-to-leading order (NLO) Taylor expansions in terms of temperature and the conserved charge chemical potentials for baryon number, strangeness and electric charge. We approximate the conditions met in heavy ion collision by enforcing strangeness neutrality and a constant baryon number to...
I will present recent results on the QCD equation of state, correlations and fluctuations of conserved charges and the curvature of the phase diagram obtained through lattice simulations. A link to experimental observables from RHIC and the LHC will be discussed.
Munshi Golam Mustafa