23-29 June 2019
Asia/Ho_Chi_Minh timezone
15th Rencontres du Vietnam

Overview of recent ALICE results

25 Jun 2019, 08:50


Quy Nhon, Vietnam
Heavy Ions Session 4


Robert Vertesi (Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HU))


The existence of a deconfined state of matter (quark-gluon plasma, QGP)
in heavy-ion collisions have been shown in large experiments in the past
decades. However, it was the CERN LHC Run-2 data taking period that
really allowed for precision measurements aimed at the understanding of
its properties in detail. The excellent particle identification
capabilities of the ALICE experiment provide us with a unique
opportunity to study the nature of strongly interacting matter under
extreme conditions. A selection of recent ALICE results from pp, p-Pb, Pb-Pb and Xe-Xe
collisions, as well as prospects of the upcoming Run-III phase, will be
presented in this talk.

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Robert Vertesi (Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HU))

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