Quo vadis QCD theory: heavy-ion collion perspectives and beyond

from Monday, 30 September 2019 (09:00) to Wednesday, 2 October 2019 (15:15)


        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
30 Sep 2019
1 Oct 2019
2 Oct 2019
AM
08:30
General presentations (until 10:00) ()
08:30 Emergence of collectivity in pp, pA and AA collisions at the LHC - Eero Aleksi Kurkela (CERN)   ()
09:15 Real-time lattice simulations of overoccupied gluodynamics - Tuomas Lappi (University of Jyvaskyla)   ()
10:00 --- Coffee break ---
10:30
General presentations (until 12:00) ()
10:30 Pion and kaon condensation. Cpht versus lattice - Prof. Jens Oluf Andersen (NTNU)   ()
11:15 Quark and gluon contribution to the QCD trace anomaly - Yoshitaka Hatta (BNL)   ()
08:30
General presentations (until 10:00) ()
08:30 Binary Hybrid Star Mergers and the Phase Diagram of Quantum Chromodynamics - Matthias Hanauske   ()
09:15 Dense nuclear matter and gravitational waves - Alex Nielsen (University of Stavanger)   ()
10:00 --- Coffee break ---
10:30
General presentations (until 12:00) ()
10:30 Quantum tunneling, real-time dynamics and Picard-Lefshetz thimbles - Anders Tranberg   ()
11:15 Forward physics at the ALICE experiment - Dieter Rohrich (Department of Physics & Technology-University of Bergen)   ()
PM
12:00 --- Lunch ---
13:00 Welcome   ()
13:30
General presentations (until 15:45) ()
13:30 Towards dependable real-time dynamics from lattice QCD - Alexander Rothkopf (University of Stavanger)   ()
14:15 What can quarkonium tell us about the QGP? - Dr Yukinao Akamatsu (Osaka University)   ()
15:00 Quo vadis quarkonium measurements as probe of the QCD medium - Ionut Cristian Arsene (University of Oslo (NO))   ()
15:45 --- Coffee break ---
16:15
General presentations (until 18:15) ()
16:15 Probing space-time structure and thermalization of QCD jets - Konrad Tywoniuk (University of Bergen (NO))   ()
17:00 Testing the QCD (or QCD-like) phase transition with GW observatories? - Germano Nardini (Universitaet Bern)   ()
12:00 --- Lunch ---
13:30
General presentations (until 15:45) ()
13:30 Neutron stars as a laboratory for dense QCD matter - Prof. Aleksi Vuorinen (University of Helsinki)   ()
14:15 Delineating the properties of matter in cold, dense QCD - Prof. Toru Kojo (Central China Normal University)   ()
15:00 Continuity from neutron matter to two-flavor quark matter with 1S0 and 3P2 superfluidity - Prof. Kenji Fukushima (The University of Tokyo)   ()
15:45 --- Coffee break ---
16:15
General presentations (until 18:15) ()
16:15 "Why are we here?" A presentation of Norwegian activities   ()
16:45 "Quo vadis QCD" Nuclear physics at present/future colliders and in the Universe   ()
12:00 --- Lunch ---