Workshop R6(A)


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Date: Tuesday, June 21, 2005
Organizer: David d'Enterria
Description: The purpose of this workshop is to review the latest experimental results (spectra, nuclear modification factors, v2, gamma-gamma HBT correlations...) as well as the different theoretical mechanisms of (real) photon production in p+p, d+Au and Au+Au collisions at RHIC, in order to learn about the reaction dynamics and properties of the different QCD environments probed at such energies.
Agenda (21-JUNE) Talk : Speaker:
2:00 -- 2:25 "Photons in high-energy hadronic and nuclear collisions: A historical perspective" [ PDF | PPT ] Paul Stankus
2:25 -- 2:55 "Photons @ RHIC: Results from PHENIX" (EXP) [ PDF | PPT ] Hisa Torii
2:55 -- 3:25 "Photons @ RHIC: Results from STAR" (EXP) [ PDF | PPT ] Marcia Maria de Moura
3:25 -- 3:50 "Perturbative photons in p+p and A+A collisions at RHIC energies" (TH) [ PDF | PPT ] Monique Werlen
3:50 -- 4:15 "Thermal photons in A+A collisions at RHIC energies" (TH) [ PDF | PPT ] Dmitri Peressounko
4:15 -- 4:30 Coffee break
4:30 -- 4:55 "Photons at forward rapidities at RHIC" (TH) Jamal Jalilian-Marian
(Joint session with the 'Femtoscopy' Workshop):
4:55 -- 5:20 "Light from parton cascading and jet-medium interaction in A+A at RHIC" (TH) [ PDF | PPT ] Steffen Bass
5:20 -- 5:45 "Gamma-gamma interferometry at RHIC" (EXP) Jack Sandweiss
5:45 -- 6:10 "Photons @ RHIC: Summary & Experimental perspectives" [ PDF | PPT ] Justin Frantz
Agenda (24-JUNE) Talk : Speaker:
3:30 -- 4:00 "Photon Physics @ RHIC: Highlights" [ Presentation ] David d'Enterria

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