Ivan Sykora (Comenius University (SK))
Bose-Einstein correlations provide a unique opportunity for detailed understanding of the space-time geometry of the hadronization region, for determining the size and shape of the source from which particles are emitted and for interpreting of quark confinement effects. Bose-Einstein correlation lead to an enhancement of the production of identical bosons close in phase space. The ATLAS collaboration has performed a measurement of Bose-Einstein correlations of the pairs of charged particles with transverse momentum greater than 100 MeV in p-p collisions at 900 GeV and 7 TeV. Bose-Einstein correlation parameters are investigated up to very high charged-particle multiplicities. The dependence of the Bose-Einstein correlation parameters on the average transverse momentum per pair and per particle is also investigated.
Elizaveta Shabalina (Georg-August-Universitaet Goettingen (DE))