Hard Probes 2018: International Conference on Hard and Electromagnetic Probes of High-Energy Nuclear Collisions
Students Day: September 30 at CERN
The International Conference HARD PROBES 2018 will be held at Aix-Les-Bains (Savoie, France) from October 1st to 5th 2018. This is the 9th of the Hard-Probes conference series initiated in Ericeira (2004), followed by Asilomar (2006), Santiago de Compostela (2008), Eilat (2010), Cagliari (2012), Cape Town (2013), Montréal (2015) and Wuhan (2016).
Student day will be held at CERN (Geneva, Switzerland) on 30th September 2018.
The conference is focused on experimental and theoretical developments on perturbative probes of hot and dense QCD matter as studied in high-energy nucleus-nucleus, proton-nucleus and proton-proton collisions, including: (i) nuclear Parton Distribution Functions and early-time dynamics, (ii) jets and high-pT hadrons, (iii) heavy quarks (charm, bottom, top), and quarkonia, (iv) high-pT photons and electroweak bosons, and (v) future experimental and new theoretical developments in associated topics.
Local Organizing Committee:
Jean-Paul Blaizot (IPhT, Saclay)
Cvetan Cheshkov (IPN, Lyon)
Brigitte Cheynis (IPN, Lyon)
Zaida Conesa (IPN, Orsay)
Philippe Crochet (LPC, Clermont-Ferrand), HP18 co-chair
David d’Enterria (CERN), HP18 chair
Marie Germain (Subatech, Nantes)
Rachid Guernane (LPSC, Grenoble)
Jean-Philippe Guillet (LAPTH, Annecy)
Andreas Morsch (CERN), HP18 co-chair
Burkhard Schmidt (CERN)
Andry Rakotozafindrabe (SPhN, Saclay)
Ingo Schienbein (LPSC, Grenoble)
Marta Verweij (CERN)
Urs Wiedemann (CERN)
Nathalie Gouriou (CERN), Peggy Pithioud (CERN)