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Dynamics of critical fluctuations: theory - phenomenology - HIC
KBW lecture hall (GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH)
KBW lecture hall
GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH
(CERN), Marcus Bluhm
(University of Wroclaw), Marlene Nahrgang
The meeting is by invitation only.
The symposium on Monday, April 8th, is open for the public (no registration needed).
The goal of the RRTF is to reunite experts from the field to discuss the experimental and theoretical status, challenges and perspectives of describing and measuring critical fluctuations in the dynamical environment of a heavy-ion collision and related physical systems. We want to progress on questions that concern the proper treatment of the order parameter(s) in and out of the scaling region and the coupling of critical fluctuations to the dynamics of the non-critical bulk. We aim at comparing details of the various approaches by different groups and at identifying suitable observables. An important outcome of the meeting will be a commonly written report, ideally to be published in a journal.