Speaker: Dr. Ilya Selyuzhenkov (GSI Darmstadt)
Title of Talk: “Collective QCD dynamics in relativistic collisions”
Date: Thursday, 18 June 2020, 12:00-13:30
Venue: Online Seminar via Zoom
Ongoing and planned experiments worldwide with relativistic collisions of hadrons and nuclei allow to explore the hot and dense QCD matter at extreme temperatures of about 10^12K and/or baryon densities a few
times that of a nuclei. Extracting the equilibrium properties of the QCD matter requires detailed understanding of the QCD dynamics during the collision process which lasts only for a few 10^(-23) seconds and has a tiny scale of a few femtometers. Theoretically this demands to build a model of a quantum system beyond equilibrium which describes (collective) multiparticle production in relativistic collisions.