Sangwook Ryu (McGill University)
We present a hybrid model containing viscous hydrodynamics (MUSIC), jets (MARTINI) and transport model (UrQMD) for heavy ion collision. While our previous work to couple viscous hydrodynamics and hadronic cascade is aimed to describe the low-$p_T$ regime, the improved event generator with MARTINI jets is capable of simulating the intermediate and high-$p_T$ regimes as well. We describe...
Yen-Jie Lee (Massachusetts Inst. of Technology (US))
Jet quenching and energy loss
This talk reviews recent experimental results on jet production and properties in heavy-ion collisions from the CMS Collaboration, including jet spectra, jet fragmentation pattern, angular distribution of the quenched energy, photon-jet and dijet asymmetry. The presented results utilize the high statistics pPb data at center-of-mass energy of 5.02 TeV and PbPb data at 2.76 TeV collected in...
Stefan Floerchinger (CERN)
I discuss different dissipative processes in the fluid dynamics of heavy ion collisions and in particular the influence of jets which transfer energy and momentum to the fluid. Quantitatively, the energy and momentum lost by jets is modeled by the jet quenching Monte Carlo Jewel with a realistic fluid dynamic model for the background. On the level of event averaged source terms the effects are...
Manoel R. Moldes
Interference effects in jet parton showers are of great importance to the jet quenching phenomenon observed in high-energy nuclear collisions. We show how to study this intra-jet color coherence effects inside a QCD medium and the role that the mass of the heavy quarks has in it and its relation to the energy loss pattern.
Francois Arleo (LAPTH, Annecy-le-Vieux)
Over the last few years we have shown that coherent energy loss in cold nuclear matter could play a decisive role in the production of hadrons in nuclear collisions. In the first part of the talk I will review our current understanding of coherent energy loss and its phenomenological consequences on quarkonium suppression in p–A and A–A collisions, from fixed target to collider energies. The...
Fabio Dominguez (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela)
Jet measurements in heavy ion collisions from the LHC and RHIC have highlighted the necessity of new theoretical tools to understand the dynamics of jets going through a quark-gluon plasma. Recent developments have shown how the implementation of color decoherence concepts can help understand the main features of jet modification and the importance of the possibly large radiative corrections....