All interpretations of jet quenching rely on strong jet-medium interactions. However, experimental characterizations of how the medium responds to jet propagation remain ephemeral to date. What are perspectives for substantial progress?
(CERN), Eero Aleksi Kurkela
Significant detector upgrades at LHC aim at a better characterization of heavy quark propagation and fragmentation/hadronization in hot and dense QCD matter. What is needed to make full use of these opportunities at the LHC? How can sPhenix contribute in the coming years
(Universita e INFN, Padova (IT)), James Lawrence Nagle
(University of Copenhagen (DK))
What are the perspectives for going on the experimental and on the theoretical side beyond the current state of the art?
Dmitri Kharzeev, Dmitri Kharzeev
(Stony Brook U./BNL), DrGines Martinez-Garcia
(Subatech CNRS), Roberta Arnaldi
(Universita e INFN Torino (IT)), Yen-Jie Lee
(Massachusetts Inst. of Technology (US))
From thermal radiation to dilepton pairs to triggering of the energy of recoiling jets, electromagnetic probes play an important role in our thinking of how to best characterize hot and dense QCD matter. However, at hadron colliders, we are still far from realizing the potential opportunities arising from these probes. What is needed?
(McGill University), Eero Aleksi Kurkela
(CERN), Peter Alan Steinberg
(Brookhaven National Laboratory (US))
Opportunities arising from combined measurements at RHIC and LHC
Many qualitatively novel jet measurements are currently explored by experimentalists and by theorists. What are the opportunities for fundamental progress and how do we make best use of them?
In the mid-term future, data from sPhenix and future measurements at LHC will allow for comparative studies of hard processes acros
(Massachusetts Inst. of Technology (US)), James Lawrence Nagle
(University of Copenhagen (DK)), Thomas Ullrich
(Yale University (US))