XI Workshop on Particle Correlations and Femtoscopy
3-7 November 2015
organized by Heavy-Ion Reactions Group, Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology
Scientific information and topics
This event follows the tradition of previous editions by bringing together experts and other interested researchers in the field of particle-particle correlations and “femtoscopy” in nuclear and particle physics. The topics covered by the WPCF workshop concern dynamical and thermo-dynamical properties of emitting sources produced in heavy-ion collisions, including links to phase transitions and equation of state properties. Moreover, two- and multi-particle correlation measurements provide tools to reveal the existence of new resonances (both at high and at low energies) and phenomena such as nuclear clusters and molecules and spectroscopic properties of unbound states.
The scope of the meeting will include correlation and femtoscopy research at RHIC/LHC energies and at low and intermediate energies as well.
- Femtoscopy at RHIC and LHC: links to QGP physics
- Femtoscopy in A+A, p+p , p+A and e+-e- collisions at relativistic energies
- Femtoscopy at intermediate energies: links to the EoS of asymmetry nuclear matter
- Charge fluctuations and correlations
- Fluctuation in initial conditions
- Collective flow and correlations
- Resonance decays at RHIC and LHC
- Resonance decay spectroscopy in low and intermediate energy reactions
- Correlations, cluster states, nuclear molecules and production of boson condensates in nuclei
- New methods and facilities
These topics will be covered with invited and contributed talks, selected from received abstracts. Participation and abstract submission by students and postdocs are strongly encouraged. More details on the program will be provided on the second circular and on the conference web site, http://indico.cern.ch/e/wpcf2015.
WPCF 2015 is associated with "NICA-days 2015", that will be held at the same place and time. Common sessions are envisaged as well, expecting interests of participants in the topics of both conferences. See the web page of NICA-days 2015: http://indico.cern.ch/e/nica2015.
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