XLIX International Symposium on Multiparticle Dynamics (ISMD2019)

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Santa Fe
    • 8:00 AM
      Working Breakfast
    • Welcome
    • Correlations and fluctuations. Conveners: Roman Pasechnik, Bill Llope: I
      • 1
        Sources of multiparticle correlations: a microscopic perspective
        Speaker: Christian Bierlich (Lund University (SE))
      • 2
        Overview of jet physics results from ALICE
        Speaker: Filip Krizek (Acad. of Sciences of the Czech Rep. (CZ))
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        Two-particle correlations on transverse momentum: an untapped  resource for studying relativistic heavy-ion collision dynamics
        Speaker: Robert Ray
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        Studying baryon production using two-particle angular correlations
        Speaker: Malgorzata Anna Janik (Warsaw University of Technology (PL))
    • 10:20 AM
      Coffee break
    • Perturbative & non-perturbative QCD. Conveners: Maria-Elena Tajeda-Yeomans Justin Frantz: I
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        Thermal photon at Phenix experiment
        Speaker: Veronica Canoa (Stony Brook University)
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        Dileptons and direct virtual photons results at STAR
        Speaker: Dr Chi Yang (Shandong University)
      • 7
        Prompt gamma-jet and di-jet via correlations at RHIC in large and small systems
        Speaker: Justin Edward Frantz (Ohio University (US))
      • 8
        Free time
    • 12:20 PM
    • Proton Structure - Small and Large x. Conveners: Alexei Prokudin, Elke Aschenauer: I
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        Constraints of the low-x structure of protons and nuclei
        Speaker: Thomas Peitzmann (Nikhef National institute for subatomic physics (NL))
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        Theoretical perspective on TMDs
        Speaker: Marc Schlegel (New Mexico State University)
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        Recent results on cold QCD from RHIC
        Speaker: Qinghua Xu (Shandong University)
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        Study of soft photon yield in pA interactions at JINR's accelerators
        Speaker: Elena Kokoulina (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
    • 3:40 PM
      PM Coffee break
    • Flash Talks. Convener: Ivan Vitev: .
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        The dijet mass distribution in heavy ion collisions
        Speaker: Jared Reiten (UCLA)
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        The transverse nucleon single-spin asymmetry for the semi-inclusive production of photons in lepton-nucleon scattering
        Speaker: Weeam Albaltan
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        Jet charge in heavy ion collisions
        Speaker: Haitao Li (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
      • 16
        Reconstruction of neutral-triggered charged recoil jets in $\sqrt{s}=200$ GeV p+p collisions at the STAR experiment
        Speaker: Derek Anderson (Texas A&M University)
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        Centrality Determination for p+Au Collisions at $\sqrt{s_NN} = 200 GeV at the STAR Experiment
        Speaker: Yangfang Liu
      • 18
        Nucleon Sigma Terms
        Speaker: Lukas Varnhorst
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        Study of the semileptonic decay of D and B mesons into muons at C.M. energy = 200 GeV with the PHENIX detector
        Speaker: Ajeeta Khatiwada (Purdue University (US))
      • 20
        Z boson plus jet production at the LHC
        Speaker: Bin Yan
    • Poster Session: Poster Session and Welcome Reception
    • 8:00 AM
      Working Breakfast
    • Hadronic final states & high pT. Conveners: Doekyoung Kang, Rossi Reid: I
      • 21
        Sorting out energy loss for medium-modified jets
        Speaker: Jasmine Brewer (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
      • 22
        Precision study of soft jet substructure using collinear drop
        Speaker: Dr Yang-Ting Chien (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
      • 23
        Quarkonium Production in Jets at the LHC
        Speaker: Lin Dai (University of Pittsburgh)
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        The sPHENIX experiment at RHIC
        Speaker: Ming Xiong Liu (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
    • 10:20 AM
      AM Break
    • Correlations and Fluctuations:Conveners: Roman Pasechnik, Bill Llope: II
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        Identified Particle Multiplicty fluctuations as a measure of deconfinement and hadronization  in the QCD phase diagram
        Speaker: Rene Bellwied (University of Houston (US))
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        Measurements of $p_{T}$-differential flow coefficients using multi-particle cumulants
        Speaker: Vytautas Vislavicius (University of Copenhagen (DK))
      • 27
        Fluctuations and clustering of multiplicities
        Speaker: Maciej Rybczynski (Jan Kochanowski University (PL))
      • 28
        Droplets of quark gluon plasma: small systems at RHIC
        Speaker: Dr Ron Belmont (University of Colorado Boulder)
    • 12:20 PM
      Working Lunch
    • Perturbative and Non-Perturbative QCD. Conveners: Maria-Elena Tajeda-Yeomans Justin Frantz: II
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        Searching the QCD critical end point with lattice simulations
        Speaker: Jana N. Guenther (University of Wuppertal)
      • 30
        The critical end point from a chiral symmetry restoration analysis
        Speaker: Luis Alberto Hernandez (Instituto de Ciencias Nucleares, UNAM)
      • 31
        Production of exotic charmonium in heavy ion collisions
        Speaker: Fernando Navarra (University of Sao paulo)
      • 32
        QGP droplet formation in small asymmetric collision systems
        Speaker: Tom Trainor (University of Washington)
    • 3:40 PM
      PM Break
    • Collectivity - jets and flow, Conveners: Benwei Zhang, Sergei Chekanov: I
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        Hot-medium effects on Y yields in p-Pb and Pb-Pb collisions
        Speaker: Georg Wolschin (Heidelberg University)
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        Heavy Ion results from LHCb(LHCb)
        Speaker: John Matthew Durham (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
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        Applications of particle flow and event shape signatures to study
PbPb collisions (ALICE)
        Speaker: Prof. Claude Andre Pruneau (Wayne State University (US))
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        Gaps between jets at the LHC
        Speaker: Christophe Royon (The University of Kansas (US))
    • 8:00 AM
      Working Breakfast
    • Forward Physics and Diffraction. Conveners: Christophe Royon, Leszek Motyka: I
      • 37
        Inclusive diffraction measurements at colliders
        Speaker: Fares Djama (CNRS/IN2P3 CPPM - Aix-Marseille Univ.)
      • 38
        Diffractive dijet production: breakdown of factorization
        Speaker: Roman Pasechnik (Lund university)
      • 39
        Photon induced processes at the LHC
        Speaker: Justin Andrew Williams (The University of Kansas (US))
      • 40
        Exclusive diffraction at the LHC
        Speaker: Christophe Royon (The University of Kansas (US))
    • 10:20 AM
      AM Break
    • Forward physics and diffraction. Conveners: Christophe Royon, Leszek Motyka: II
    • Excursion: Excursion to Bandelier National Monument, White Rock overlook
    • Working banquet: Amaya restaurant patio

      Dinner at Amaya restaurant patio

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      • 46
        “Sketches from Los Alamos: The War Years”

        Nancy R. Bartlit is a World War II historian, lecturer, author, and co-owner of Pajarito Press LLC. Bartlit earned a BA in History from Smith College in Massachusetts, then traveled to Sendai, Japan, thirteen years after WWII ended in 1945, to teach English to high school students, UNESCO students, and scientists at a research institute. Years later, she returned to Japan while enrolled in a program on Japanese industry and technology, which included tours to eleven research laboratories. She earned an MA in International Communications from the University of New Mexico.

        Speaker: Mrs Nancy Bartlit
    • 8:00 AM
      Working Breakfast
    • Collectivity - jets and flow. Benwei Zhang, Sergei Chekanov: II
      • 47
        Recent progress on jet substructure theory
        Speaker: Prof. Zhongbo Kang (UCLA)
      • 48
        Bootstrapping uncertainties for MC generator tuning
        Speaker: Andy Buckley (University of Glasgow (GB))
      • 49
        Mitigating Large Background in Jet Substructure
        Speaker: Daekyoung Kang (The Ohio State University)
      • 50
        Using jets as tools for searches for new physics at the LHC
        Speakers: Robert Hankache (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (FR)), Sergei Chekanov (Argonne National Laboratory (US))
    • 10:20 AM
      AM Break
    • Cosmic Ray and Astrophysics. Conveners: Andrea Albert, Ian Shoemaker: I
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        Recent Results from the Pierre Auger Observatory
        Speaker: Dr Fred Sarazin (Colorado School of Mines)
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        Updates from the Dark Energy Survey
        Speaker: Jessica Lynn Muir (Michigan State University-Unknown-Unknown)
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        Recent Results from the High Altitude Water Cherenkov Observatory
        Speaker: Kally Malone
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        Neutron star equation of state
        Speaker: Ingo Tews
    • 12:20 PM
      Working Lunch
    • Hadronic final & high pT. Conveners: Doekyoung Kang, Rossi Reid: II
      • 55
        Recent results from BABAR: measurement of the B^± -> K^± X(3872) absolute branching fraction
        Speaker: Bill Gary (University of California Riverside (US))
      • 56
        New heavy flavor program for the future Electron Ion Collider
        Speaker: Xuan Li (Los Alamos National Lab)
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        Connection between soft and hard probes of small collision systems at RHIC and LHC
        Speaker: Dennis Perepelitsa (University of Colorado Boulder)
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        Quarkonia and open heavy flavor measurements from RHIC and comparisons to LHC measurements
        Speaker: Sooraj Krishnan Radhakrishnan (State University of New York (US))
    • 3:40 PM
      PM Break
    • New Developments. Conveners: Maurizio Martinez, Wilke van Der Schee: I
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        Signatures of quark-hadron phase transitions in general-relativistic neutron-star mergers
        Speaker: Veronica Dexheimer (Kent State University)
      • 60
        Particle-vortex statistics and the nature of cold dense quark matter
        Speaker: Aleksey Cherman (University of Minnesota)
      • 61
        Spontaneous magnetization in a superfluid vortex

        We show that vortices in scalar superfluids can carry magnetic fields inside their cores when the condensing particle is composed of excitations that are oppositely charged and are not degenerate. We estimate the size of this magnetic field using effective field theory and illustrate how such an effect can arise from the underlying microphysics. Our findings may have observational consequences for helium superfluid as well as other BEC.

        Speaker: Srimoyee Sen (University of Arizona)
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        Jet quenching as a probe of the initial stages in heavy-ion collisions

        Jets provide a unique and versatile tool to study different time and energy scales of the strongly interacting matter created in heavy-ion collisions. Here we show, for the first time, a set of jet quenching observables sensitive to the initial stages of heavy-ion collisions. Specifically, we find that in order to reproduce the high-$p_T$ harmonics, the energy loss must be strongly suppressed for the first 0.6 fm of the evolution. This analysis shows the potential of jet observables to constrain the poorly known dynamics of the initial stages of the evolution.

        Speaker: Carlota Andres Casas
    • Board of Elders Meeting