Monday September 14 - Friday September 18, 2009

Organisers: | |

Marcus Bleicher, | Frankfurt |

Carsten Greiner, | Frankfurt |

Pasi Huovinen, | Frankfurt |

Peter Petreczky, | BNL |

Raimond Snellings, | NIKHEF |

click here for the workshop schedule

On more down-to-earth level we aim to summarise what we do know about the matter at high temperature: degrees of freedom, EoS and transport coefficients, and what we can expect to learn in the near future, especially what are the prospects of achieving quantitative instead of qualitative understanding of hot QCD matter.

We will concentrate on the following issues:

- transport coefficients and equation of state
- relativistic viscous hydrodynamics
- parton and hadron cascades
- measurement of flow
- measurement of two- and three-particle correlations
- ridges and Mach cones

- The organisers can be contacted at huovinen @ th.physik.uni-frankfurt.de (Pasi Huovinen).
- The number of participants is limited.
- Registration can be done at the
ECT* website, click on
**Meetings in 2009**and scroll down to proceed to the registration link. - Registration is now
**closed** - Local expenses (i.e. lodging in a
**shared double room**and meals) will be covered by the organisers. - The workshop will start Monday September 14 at 9am.
- The workshop will end Friday September 18 at 5.30pm.
- click here for the workshop schedule
- We plan 30 min talks followed by 15 min discussion, except on Monday when the schedule is 45 min talk and 15 min discussion

- Barbara Betz
- Ante Bilandzic
- Ioannis Bouras
- Piotr Bozek
- Laszlo Csernai
- Gabriel Denicol
- Andrej El
- ShinIchi Esumi
- Francois Gelis
- Clement Gombeaud
- Ulrich Heinz
- Tomoi Koide
- Roy Lacey
- Mike Lisa
- Matt Luzum
- Mauricio Martinez
- Denes Molnar
- Akihiko Monnai
- Azwinndini Muronga
- Marlene Nahrgang
- Harri Niemi
- Chiho Nonaka
- Robert Peschanski
- Andre Peshier
- Hannah Petersen
- Scott Pratt
- Dirk Rischke
- Yuri Sinyukov
- Huichao Song
- Derek Teaney
- Giorgio Torrieri
- Josh Vredevoogd
- Sergei Voloshin
- Fuqiang Wang
- Klaus Werner
- Zhe Xu

- Barbara Betz, Jet Propagation and Mach Cone Formation in (3+1)dimensional Ideal Hydrodynamics
- Ante Bilandzic, ALICE flow package
- Ioannis Bouras, Relativistic Shocks in viscous Gluon Plasma
- Piotr Bozek, Flow and HBT from ideal hydro
- Laszlo Csernai, Quarkyonic matter and Constituent Quark Number Scaling
- Gabriel Denicol, Kinetic derivation of fluid dynamics for multi-component systems
- Andrej El, Third order dissipative fluid dynamics
- ShinIchi Esumi, Jet-flow correlations
- Francois Gelis, The CGC approach to hydro initial conditions
- Clement Gombeaud, Effects of flow fluctuations and partial thermalization on v_4
- Ulrich Heinz, Hydrodynamic modelling for heavy-ion collisions: status and open questions
- Tomoi Koide, Microscopic formula to calculate transport coefficients of relativistic non-Newtonian fluid
- Roy Lacey, New constraints for the transport coefficient of the Quark Gluon Plasma
- Mike Lisa, Correlations, spectra and conservation laws: a case for collective flow in p+p collisions?
- Matt Luzum, Viscous Hydrodynamic Predictions for Nuclear Collisions at the LHC
- Mauricio Martinez, Constraining the onset of viscous hydrodynamics
- Denes Molnar, Covariant transport, dissipation and flow
- Akihiko Monnai, Viscous Effects on Distribution Function and Relativistic Hydrodynamic Equations
- Azwinndini Muronga, Beyond second order theories of relativistic dissipative fluids
- Marlene Nahrgang, Hydrodynamics with a critical point
- Harri Niemi, Riemann problem and kinetic theory as a numerical test for viscous hydrodynamics
- Chiho Nonaka, Hybrid model with the QCD critical point
- Robi Peschanski, Boost-Invariant Flow from AdS/CFT
- Andre Peshier, Panta Rhei
- Hannah Petersen, Elliptic flow results from a hybrid model (pdf)
- Peter Petreczky, QCD thermodynamics on the lattice and hadron resonance gas
- Scott Pratt, Manifestations of Viscosity and Pre-Equilibrium Flow in Heavy Ion Collisions
- Dirk Rischke, Complete second-order relativistic dissipative fluid dynamics
- Yuri Sinyukov, Non-equilibrium approaches to the pre-thermal and post-hadronisation stages of A+A collisions
- Huichao Song, Viscous hydrodynamics with shear and bulk viscosity
- Derek Teaney, Radiative energy loss and v2 spectra for viscous hydrodynamics
- Giorgio Torrieri, Towards a unified understanding of flow and jet energy loss at strong coupling
- Josh Vredevoogd, Viscous Hydrodynamics in (3+1) dimensions
- Sergei Voloshin, Measuring flow: details which matter
- Fuqiang Wang, Cone is medium response, Ridge is medium itself
- Klaus Werner, Hydrodynamical evolution based on flux tube initial conditions
- Zhe Xu, Shear Viscosity and Collective Flow in Heavy Ion Collisions within Parton Cascade Calculations

Group photo, Sept 18, 2009