High energy partons has been a useful tool to study the hot and dense matter produced in heavy-ion collisions. To this end, it has been shown that is important to incorporate the most realistic description of the Quark Gluon Plasma using relativistic hydrodynamics in order to study many properties at high pT. Therefore, in this work we couple a modified JEWEL code to event-by-event relativistic hydrodynamics (v-USPhydro). Here we compare two different event-by-event initial conditions TRENTO and mckln coupled to a full 2+1 hydrodynamic model to smooth Glauber initial conditions with only a Bjorken longitudinal expansion. The jet v2 and v3, substructure, and shape variables are calculated for LHC PbPb 2.76TeV collisions. We find that vn's have the largest influence from a realistic medium.
|Track||Jets and High Momentum Hadrons|
|Contribution type||Contributed Talk|