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IOPP Forum : Prof. Che-Ming Ko (柯志明), Texas A&M University, June 5 and 6, Room 9409

Speaker: Prof. Che-Ming Ko (柯志明), Texas A&M University
   
   Seminar I :
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   Time & Place: June 5, Wednesday, 10:00 am, Room 9409
   
   Title:  The relation between the yield ratio N_(3_He ) N_p/N_d^2 and    the neutron density fluctuation  [1][2]
   
   Abstract:  The study of the QCD phase diagram at finite baryon    chemical potential in relativistic heavy ion collisions is a topic    of great current interest.  
   Studies based on both the hydrodynamic approach and the microscopic    transport model have shown that the spinodal instability during the    first-order
   phase transition between the quark-gluon plasma and the hadronic    matter can induce large fluctuations in the baryon density    distribution.  
   Based on the coalescence model for light nuclei production, it has    been shown that the yield ratio N_(3_He ) N_p/N_d^2 is sensitive
   to the neutron density fluctuation at the kinetic freeze-out of    relativistic heavy ion collisions.  
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   Seminar II:
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   Time & Place: June 5, Wednesday, 2:00 pm, Room 9409
   
   Title: The coalescence model for particle production  [3][4]
   
   Abstract:  The study of the QCD phase diagram at finite baryon    chemical potential in relativistic heavy ion collisions is a topic    of great current interest.  
   Studies based on both the hydrodynamic approach and the microscopic    transport model have shown that the spinodal instability during the    first-order
   phase transition between the quark-gluon plasma and the hadronic    matter can induce large fluctuations in the baryon density    distribution.  
   Based on the coalescence model for light nuclei production, it has    been shown that the yield ratio N_(3_He ) N_p/N_d^2 is sensitive
   to the neutron density fluctuation at the kinetic freeze-out of    relativistic heavy ion collisions.  
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   Seminar III :
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   Time & Place: June 6, Thursday, 10:00 am, Room 9409
   
   Title:  The spinodal instability in baryon-rich quark matter  [5]
   
   Abstract:  The study of the QCD phase diagram at finite baryon    chemical potential in relativistic heavy ion collisions is a topic    of great current interest.  
    Studies based on both the hydrodynamic approach and the microscopic    transport model have shown that the spinodal instability during the    first-order
   phase transition between the quark-gluon plasma and the hadronic    matter can induce large fluctuations in the baryon density    distribution.  
    Based on the coalescence model for light nuclei production, it has    been shown that the yield ratio N_(3_He ) N_p/N_d^2 is sensitive
   to the neutron density fluctuation at the kinetic freeze-out of    relativistic heavy ion collisions.  
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