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Wine-cheese style poster session

Compressed Baryonic Matter experiment (CBM) at FAIR has a potential of discoveries in the area of QCD phase diagram with high net baryon densities and moderate temperatures. Anisotropic transverse flow is one of the key observables to study the properties of matter created in a heavy-ion collisions.

CBM performance for anisotropic flow measurements is studied with Monte-Carlo simulations of...

The size and evolution of the medium created in a heavy-ion collision depends on collision geometry. Experimentally collisions are characterized by the measured particles multiplicities around midrapidity or energy measured in the forward rapidity region, which is sensitive to the spectator fragments. In the CBM experiment the multiplicity of produced particles is measured with the silicon...

The aim of our work is to develop a unified equation of state (EoS) for nuclear and quark matter for a wide range in temperature, density and isospin so that it becomes applicable for heavy-ion collisions as well as for the astrophysics of neutron stars, their mergers and supernova explosions. As a first step, we use improved EoS for the hadronic and quark matter phases and join them via...

We present an effective model for low-energy QCD thermodynamics which provides a microscopic interpretation of the transition from a gas of hadron resonances to the quark-gluon plasma by Mott dissociation of hadrons and compare results with data from lattice QCD simulations. We consider the thermodynamics of the Polyakov-loop extended Nambu–Jona-Lasinio (PNJL) model within the self consistent...

In this poster, we propose an approach for the Higgs boson as top-quark condensate within non-local Nambu–Jona-Lasinio (NJL) model. The advantage of non-local models over local ones is the spectrum of composed particle masses, which has a lower value than the sum of masses of particles of which it consists. By adjusting two parameters in the non-local NJL, the interaction range and the...

The QCD phase diagram and transitions between quark and hadron phases are in the focus of recent investigations in both theoretical and experimental fields of heavy energy physics. For a description of matter at high temperature and density effective models of Nambu-Jona-Lasinio-type have proven most useful. On the basis of NJL-type models it is possible to describe the chiral restoration...

A novel approach to identify the geometrical (anti)clusters formed by the Polyakov loops of the same sign and to study their properties in the lattice SU(2) gluodynamics is developed. The (anti)cluster size distributions are analyzed for the lattice coupling constant {$\beta=[2.3115; 3]$}. The found distributions are similar to the ones existing in 2- and 3-dimensional Ising systems [1]....

In this poster, we outline a two-phase description of the quark-nuclear matter hybrid equation of state that takes into account effects of phase space occupation (excluded volume) in both, the hadronic and the quark matter phases. For the nuclear matter phase, the reduction of the available volume at increasing density leads to a stiffening, while for the quark matter phase a reduction of the...

We study the combined effects of two and three-body local interactions as well as the finite temperature on the phase diagram of simple lattice bosons model. In order to handle system with strong local interactions we use the resolvent expansion technique, based on the contour integral representation of a partition function, and to find the phase diagram we derive Landau-type expansion for...

vHLLE solves the equations of relativistic viscous hydrodynamics in 3+1 dimensions using Israel-Stewart framework. In addition to energy and momentum, charge densities are explicitly propagated and included in the equation of state, making the code suitable for simulations of matter expansion with ?nite baryon density. With the help of ideal-viscous splitting, we keep the ability to solve the...