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"Computational Physics for High-Energy Heavy-Ion Collisions",Oct.5,Kyoto,Japan

One day mini-symposium on

Computational Physics for High-Energy Heavy-Ion Collisions


October 5 (Mon), 2015

Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto, Japan.

Aims and scopes

We will have a one-day mini-symposium on computational physics for

heavy-ion collisions on Monday in the next week of the Quark Matter 2015 conference.


This mini-symposium held as a part of the YITP long-term workshop,

Computational Advances in Nuclear and Hadron Physics (CANHP 2015)


Sep. 21-Oct. 30, 2015, YITP, Kyoto, Japan.

It is a good opportunity to have a mini-symposium related both to

computational physics and heavy-ion physics,

after QM2015 and during CANHP 2015.


* The subjects to be discussed include

* Lattice QCD calculations related to heavy-ion physics,

* Hydrodynamics and transport models for high-energy heavy-ion collisions,

* Color glass condensate and small-x physics,

* Preequilibrium dynamics of quarks and gluons,

* Jet, heavy quarks, and other hard probes,

* Correlations, fluctuations, and QCD phase diagram,

* Related subjects,

Abstract &Registraion

The mini-symposium consists of invited talks, oral talks,

and short psentations for posters. We will pick several abstracts

for oral psentations. Abstracts should be submitted at the registration

by the end of August.

Please register to this one-day mini-symposium

from the long-term workshop registration page.


We are looking forward to meeting you in Kyoto after QM2015 in Kobe.


Akira Ohnishi (YITP), HidekatsuNemura (Tsukuba), Kenji Morita (YITP),

Yoshitaka Hatta (YITP), HirotsuguFujii (Tokyo), Tetsuo Hatsuda (RIKEN).

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