11-13 February 2019
Europe/Berlin timezone

EMMI Workshop

Heavy-ion collisions in the few GeV energy-regime have been studied for more than three decades and  provide a unique opportunity to study dense baryonic matter in the laboratory. The collected data are the foundation for the upcoming studies at FAIR. Therefore, we want to assess what firm conclusions are obtained and lay out the remaining challenges on the experimental and theoretical side which should be addressed before the start of FAIR.

KBW Lecture Hall
Planckstr. 1 64291 Darmstadt GERMANY
Sessions: a) Modeling of light nuclei b) Production and propagation of strangeness c) Freeze-out and thermal equilibrium d) Constraints for the EOS e) Similarities to Neutron Star Merger f) Day-1 physics with CBM@FAIR