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Quark Matter 2009
from Sunday 29 March 2009 (08:00) to Saturday 04 April 2009 (18:00)

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Sunday 29 March 2009
Monday 30 March 2009
Tuesday 31 March 2009
Wednesday 01 April 2009
Thursday 02 April 2009
Friday 03 April 2009
Saturday 04 April 2009
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 08:30 Student Day Session 1 (until 13:00) 08:30 "Big picture" Talk - Thomas Schaefer (North Carolina State University) 09:20 Soft Physics - Flow and bulk properties - Roy Lacey (Stony Brook University) 10:10 --- Coffee Break --- 10:25 Hydrodynamics and Transport - Ulrich Heinz (The Ohio State University) 11:15 Heavy Flavor - Peter Braun-Munzinger (ExtreMe Matter Institute, GSI) 12:05 Discussion session Hot Quarks style
 09:00 Plenary Session 1: Opening- Glenn Young (ORNL) (until 10:20) (Ballroom D-G ) 09:00 Opening Session - Thom Mason (ORNL) Jan Simek (University of Tennessee) 09:20 Quark Matter 2009 Pre-Summary: Problems, Progress, and Prospects - William Zajc (Columbia University) 09:50 Finite temperature lattice QCD : present status - Peter Petreczky (BNL) 10:20 --- Coffee Break --- 10:50 Plenary Session 2: Experiment Reports I- Peter Jacobs (LBNL) (until 12:20) (Ballroom D-G ) 10:50 Highlights from STAR I - Probing the early medium in heavy ion collisions - Gang Wang (UCLA) ;    movie 11:20 Highlights from PHENIX I - Initial State and Early Times - Michael Leitch (LANL) 11:50 Lessons from PHOBOS - Wit Busza (MIT) 12:20 --- Lunch - Continuing discussions on recent results from RHIC on global energy production and particle spectra ---
 09:00 Plenary Session 5: Jet Theory- Frithjof Karsch (Brookhaven National Laboratory) (until 10:30) (Ballroom D-G ) 09:00 Jet quenching in the evolving QCD medium - Sangyong Jeon (McGill University) 09:30 Gauge/gravity duality and jets in strongly coupled plasmas - Paul Chesler (University of Washington) 10:00 From RAA via correlations to jets - the long road to tomography - Thorsten Renk (University of Jyväskylä) 10:30 --- Coffee Break --- 11:00 Plenary Session 6: Jet Experiment- Barbara Jacak (Stony Brook University) (until 12:30) (Ballroom D-G ) 11:00 Jet-Medium Interactions and Hadron Formation: Identified Particles at Intermediate and High pT - Anne Sickles (Brookhaven National Lab) 11:30 Full Jet Reconstruction in Heavy Ion Collisions - Sevil Salur (LBL) 12:00 Ridge, Bulk, and Medium Response (How to Kill Models and Learn Something in the Process) - James Nagle (University of Colorado) 12:30 --- Lunch - Continuing discussions on jet production and quenching and the ridge structure ---
 09:00 Plenary Session 7: J/ψ and tagged energy loss- Xin-Nian Wang (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) (until 10:30) (Ballroom D-G ) 09:00 J/ψ production in p-A and A-A collisions at fixed target experiments - Roberta Arnaldi (INFN - Turin (Italy)) 09:30 From production to suppression, a critical review of charmonium measurements at RHIC - Loren Linden Levy (University of Colorado) 10:00 Experimental Access to Parton Propagation and Hadron Formation in the Space-Time Domain - William K Brooks (Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María) 10:30 --- Coffee Break --- 11:00 Plenary Session 8: Low Energy Scan/ Charge Correlations- Nu Xu (LBNL) (until 12:30) 11:00 SPS low-energy scan results and physics prospects at FAIR - Claudia Hoehne (GSI, Darmstadt, Germany) 11:30 Experimental study of the spontaneous strong parity violation - Sergei Voloshin (Wayne State University) 12:00 Quark matter in neutron stars - Mark Alford (Washington University, St Louis) 12:30 Excursion (Box lunch available in the Henley Concourse)( ORNL, Chattanooga, and Great Smoky Mountains National Park )
 09:00 Plenary Session 9: Early Times/Saturation/Spectral Functions- Jean-Paul Blaizot (IPhT-Saclay) (until 10:30) (Ballroom D-G ) 09:00 Early Time Dynamics in Heavy Ion Collisions from CGC and from AdS/CFT - Yuri Kovchegov (The Ohio State University) 09:30 Understanding saturation and AA collisions with an eA collider - Tuomas Lappi (CEA/Saclay) 10:00 Quarkonium Spectral Functions - Agnes Mocsy (Pratt Institute) 10:30 --- Coffee Break --- 11:00 Plenary Session 10: Leptons/Photons- Bikash Sinha (Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics & Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre) (until 12:30) (Ballroom D-G ) 11:00 Open Heavy Flavor in Heavy Ion Collisions - James Dunlop (Brookhaven National Laboratory) 11:30 Dileptons and direct photons at SPS - Ruben Shahoyan (CERN, LIP) 12:00 Dileptons and photons at RHIC energies - Axel Drees (Stony Brook University) 12:30 --- Lunch - Continuing discussions on lepton and photon production as probes of early-time dynamics ---
 09:00 Plenary Session 11: Hydrodynamics and Transport- Ulrich Heinz (The Ohio State University) (until 10:30) (Ballroom D-G ) 09:00 Relativistic Viscous Hydrodynamics - Status Update - Paul Romatschke (INT, University of Washington) 09:30 Transport properties of the quark-gluon plasma from lattice QCD - Harvey Meyer (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 10:00 The QCD phase diagram and chiral effective approaches - Chihiro Sasaki (Department of Physics, Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Garching, Germany) 10:30 --- Coffee Break --- 11:00 Plenary Session 12: AdS/CFT;Cold Atoms; Flow- Takeshi Kodama (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro) (until 12:30) (Ballroom D-G ) 11:00 Using string theory to study the quark- gluon plasma: progress and perils - Steven Gubser (Princeton University) 11:30 Is an Ultra-Cold Strongly Interacting Fermi Gas a Perfect Fluid? - John Thomas (Duke University) 12:00 Footprints of the (Nearly) Perfect Liquid - Experimental Review of Anisotropic Flow Results - Aihong Tang (Brookhaven National Lab) 12:30 --- Lunch - Continuing Discussions on Quark-Gluon Plasma, Anisotropic Flow Results and Perflect-Fluid Behavior ---
 09:00 Plenary Session 13: Rapporteurs and Closing Remarks I- Yves Schutz (CERN/IN2P3) (until 10:20) (Ballroom D-G ) 09:00 R1: Jet-medium interactions - Abhijit Majumder (Ohio State University) 09:40 R2: Early times & thermalization - Hugo Pereira Da Costa (CEA/Saclay)  Slides 10:20 --- Coffee Break --- 10:40 Plenary Session 14: Rapporteurs and Closing Remarks II- Yves Schutz (CERN/IN2P3) (until 12:45) (Ballroom D-G ) 10:40 R3: Bulk/medium dynamics - Derek Teaney (Stony Brook University) 11:20 R4: Phase transitions/fluctuations - Bedangadas Mohanty (Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre) 12:00 Presentation of the Nuclear Physics A Young Scientist Award - Lucia Franco 12:15 Introduction to QM at Annecy - Yves Schutz (CERN/IN2P3) Urs Achim Wiedemann (CERN PH/TH)  Slides 12:30 QM09 closeout - Glenn Young (ORNL)  Slides 12:45 --- Lunch/QM09 Closeout - Continuing Discussions on Rapporteur Results and Conference Program for Quark Matter 2011 ---
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 13:00 --- Lunch - Discussions on Theories of Hydrodynamic Flow --- 14:30 Student Day Session 2 (until 18:15) 14:30 Initial State and Saturation - Marzia Nardi (INFN Torino)  Slides 15:20 Hard Probes - Jets and photons/leptons - Thomas Ullrich (Brookhaven National Laboratory) 16:10 --- Coffee Break --- 16:25 Jets and Photons (Theory) - Carlos A. Salgado (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela) 17:15 Discussion session Hot Quarks style
 14:00 Plenary Session 3: Experiment Reports II- Peter Steinberg (BNL) (until 16:00) (Ballroom D-G ) 14:00 BRAHMS - Retrospect and Latest results - Flemming Videbaek (BNL) 14:30 The Long Slow Death of the HBT Puzzle - Scott Pratt (Michigan State University) 15:00 Probing the energy loss mechanisms - Joern Putschke (Yale University) 15:30 Highlights from PHENIX II - Exploring the QCD medium - Carla Vale (Brookhaven National Laboratory) 16:00 --- Coffee Break --- 16:30 Plenary Session 4: LHC Prospects- Jurgen Schukraft (Cern) (until 18:10) (Ballroom D-G ) 16:30 Studying Hot and Dense QCD Matter in the LHC Era - Urs Achim Wiedemann (CERN PH/TH) 17:00 Commissioning and prospects for early physics in ALICE - Paul Kuijer (CERN / NIKHEF) 17:30 Status of ATLAS and preparation for the Pb-Pb run - Jiri Dolejsi (Charles University Prague) 17:50 Heavy Ion Physics with CMS detector at LHC - Michael Murray (University of Kansas) 18:30 Career Forum/Panel Discussion( 301 A-B )
 14:00 1A. High pT I: Jet Energy Loss- Peter Levai (MTA KFKI RMKI) (until 16:00) (Ballroom D-G ) 14:00 High pT Correlations of Charged Particles in Pb+Au Collisions at 158 A*GeV/c - Harald Appelshäuser (Goethe-University Frankfurt) 14:20 Investigating Sources of Two-particle Angular Correlations in Nucleon--Nucleon and Nucleus--Nucleus Collisions at the CERN SPS - Marek Szuba (Warsaw University of Technology) 14:40 Quantifying Dynamical Effects on Jet Energy Loss in QCD Medium - Magdalena Djordjevic (Arkansas State University) 15:00 Jet Correlation Observations from the PHENIX Experiment to Provide Information on Energy Lost by High-pT Partons - Chin-Hao Chen (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Stony Brook University) 15:20 LPM-Effect in Monte Carlo Models of Radiative Energy Loss - Korinna Christine Zapp (University of Heidelberg) 15:40 High pT Measurements of Reaction Plane Dependent Jet-suppression and Azimuthal Anisotropy in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV at PHENIX - Rui Wei (Stony Brook University) 14:00 1B. Bulk Properties of the Medium I: Collective Flow #1- Helen Caines (Yale University) (until 16:00) (301 A-B ) 14:00 Forward-Rapidity Azimuthal and Radial Flow of Identified Particles for √sNN = 200 GeV Au+Au and Cu+Cu Collisions - Stephen Sanders (U. Kansas) 14:20 System Size and Collison Energy Dependence of v2 for Identified Charged Hadrons at RHIC-PHENIX - Maya Shimomura (University of Tsukuba) 14:40 Event Anisotropy v2 in Cu + Cu Collisions at RHIC --- Particle Type, Beam Energy and Centrality Dependence - Shusu Shi (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) 15:00 Eccentricity Fluctuation in Initial Conditions of Hydrodynamics - Tetsufumi Hirano (The University of Tokyo) 15:20 The Kolmogorov-Smirnov Test in Event-by-Event Analysis - Boris Tomasik (Czech Technical University in Prague) 15:40 Do p+p Collisions Flow at RHIC? Understanding One- and Two-particle Distributions, Multiplicity Evolution, and Conservation Laws - Zbigniew Chajecki (Ohio State University) 14:00 1C. Theory I: QCD Transport Processes- Dmitri Kharzeev (Brookhaven National Laboratory) (until 16:00) (301 D-E ) 14:00 Revealing QGP Hot Core with Heavy Quarks Tomography - Pol Bernard Gossiaux (SUBATECH) 14:20 Second-order Relativistic Hydrodynamic Equations Compatible with Boltzmann Equation and Critical Opalescence Around the QCD Critical Point - Teiji Kunihiro (Department of Physics, Kyoto University) 14:40 Gluon Bremsstrahlung in Weakly-Coupled Plasmas - Peter Arnold (University of Virginia) 15:00 Prediction of a Photon Peak in Heavy Ion Collisions - Jorge Casalderrey Solana (CERN) 15:20 Bulk Viscosity of Interacting Hadrons - Anton Wiranata (Department of Physics & Astronomy Ohio University) 15:40 Spectral Properties of Quarks at Finite Temperature in Lattice QCD - Masakiyo Kitazawa (Osaka Univ.) 14:00 1D. Heavy Quarkonia I- Thomas Ullrich (Brookhaven National Laboratory) (until 16:00) (Lecture Hall ) 14:00 J/ψ Cold Nuclear Matter Effects from d+Au collisions at √s = 200 GeV at PHENIX - Cesar Luiz da Silva (Iowa State University) 14:20 J/ψ Production in p+p and d+Au Collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV at STAR - Chris Perkins (UC Berkeley/Space Sciences Lab) 14:40 Upsilon Production in d+Au Collisions at STAR - Haidong Liu (University of California, Davis) 15:00 J/ψ Production in pA Collisions at 158 and 400 GeV: Recent Results from the NA60 Experiment - Enrico Scomparin (INFN-Torino (Italy)) 15:20 Gluon Saturation Effects on J/ψ Production in Heavy Ion Collisions - Kirill Tuchin (Iowa State University and RBRC) 15:40 Free Energies of Heavy Quarks in Full-QCD Lattice Simulations with Wilson-Type Quark Action - Yu Maezawa (RIKEN) 16:00 --- Coffee Break --- 16:30 2A. High pT II: Full Jet Evolution and Reconstruction- Federico Antinori (INFN - Padova & CERN - Geneva) (until 18:30) (Ballroom D-G ) 16:30 Probing Medium-induced Energy Loss with Direct Jet Reconstruction in p+p, Cu+Cu, and Au+Au Collisions at PHENIX - Yue Shi Lai (Columbia University) 16:50 Inclusive Cross Section and Correlations of Fully Reconstructed Jets in √sNN = 200 GeV Au+Au and p+p Collisions - Mateusz Ploskon (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) 17:10 A Theory of Jet Shapes and Cross Sections: from Hadrons to Nuclei - Ben-Wei Zhang (Theoretical Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory) 17:30 Exploring Jet Properties in p+p Collisions at 200 GeV with STAR - Helen Caines (Yale University) 17:50 Measurements of Jet Structure and Fragmentation from Full Jet Reconstruction in Heavy Ion Collisions at RHIC - Elena Bruna (Yale University) 18:10 Monte Carlo for Jet Showers in the Medium - Carlos A. Salgado (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela) 16:30 2B. Bulk Properties of the Medium II: Collective Flow #2- Ana Marin (GSI , Darmstadt (Germany)) (until 18:30) (301 A-B ) 16:30 Differential Measurements of Hexadecapole (v4) and Elliptic (v2) Flow as a Probe for Thermalization at RHIC-PHENIX - Arkadiy Taranenko (Department of Chemistry, SUNY Stony Brook) 16:50 Bulk Properties in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 9.2 GeV in STAR Experiment at RHIC - Lokesh Kumar (Panjab University Chandigarh - India) 17:10 Effect of Eccentricity Fluctuations and Nonflow on Elliptic Flow Methods - Art Poskanzer (LBNL) 17:30 A Transport Calculation with an Embedded (3+1)D Hydrodynamic Evolution: Elliptic Flow Results from Elab = 2-160 A*GeV - Hannah Petersen (Institute for Theoretical Physics, Frankfurt University) 17:50 Can the Energy Dependence of Elliptic Flow Reveal the QGP Phase Transition? - Ulrich Heinz (The Ohio State University) 18:10 Signals of the QCD Critical Point in Hydrodynamic Evolution - Chiho Nonaka (Nagoya University) 16:30 2C. Theory II: Strongly Coupled Gauge Theories- Xiao-Ming Xu (Shanghai University) (until 18:30) (301 D-E ) 16:30 The Viscosity Bound in String Theory - Aninda Sinha (Perimeter Institute) 16:50 Deep Inelatsic Scattering in AdS/CFT - Anastasios Taliotis (The Ohio State University) 17:10 Jet Quenching and η/s from Gauge Gravity Duality - Mohammed Mia (McGill University) 17:30 Heavy-Quark Energy Loss and Thermalization in a Strongly Coupled SYM Plasma - Cyrille Marquet (Columbia University) 17:50 Heavy Quark Potential in AdS/CFT - Javier L Albacete (ECT*, Trento) 18:10 The Role of Monopoles in a Gluon Plasma - Claudia Ratti (SUNY Stony Brook) 16:30 2D. Heavy Quarkonia II- Carlos Lourenco (CERN) (until 18:30) (Lecture Hall ) 16:30 In-medium Quarkonia Propagators: The Static and the Finite Mass Cases - Andrea Beraudo (Universita' di Torino) 16:50 Quarkonium States in an Anisotropic (Viscous) QGP - Adrian Dumitru (Dept. of Natural Sciences, Baruch College, CUNY and RIKEN-BNL Research Center, BNL) 17:10 J/ψ Production in Minimum Bias Au+Au and Cu+Cu Collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV at STAR - Daniel Kikola (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab/Warsaw University of Technology) 17:30 J/ψ Elliptic Flow and High pT Suppression Measurements in A+A Collisions by the PHENIX Experiment - Ermias Tujuba Atomssa (Ecole Polytechnique/Stony Brook) 17:50 Transverse Momentum Dependence of J/ψ Production in Heavy Ion Collisions at RHIC - Nu Xu (LBNL) 18:10 Quarkonia Measurement with ALICE - Magdalena Malek (Institut de Physique Nucleaire Orsay, France) ; 18:00 Poster Reception 1 - Discussion on Experimental Results from RHIC( Park Concourse ) 20:00 Copenhagen - Carousel Theatre( Carousel Theatre, UT Campus )
 13:00 --- Box Lunch - Continuing discussions on J/psi production, quark propagation and the search for the QCD critical point ---
 14:00 3A. High pT III: Gamma-Hadron Correlations and Direct Photons- Kari J. Eskola (University of Jyvaskyla) (until 15:40) (Ballroom D-G ) 14:00 Gamma-jet Tomography of High-energy Nuclear Collisions in NLO pQCD - Xin-Nian Wang (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) 14:20 Direct Photon-Hadron Correlations Measured with the PHENIX Detector - Megan Connors (Stony Brook University) 14:40 Direct Gamma - Charged Hadron Azimuthal Correlation Measurements from STAR - Ahmed Hamed (Texas A&M University) 15:00 Measurements of Photon Fragmentation and the Flavor Dependence of Jet Fragmentation with the PHENIX Detector - Ali Hanks (Columbia University) 15:20 Jet Energy Loss and Photon Production at High pT in Hot QGP - Guang-You Qin (The Ohio-State University) 14:00 3B. Bulk Properties of the Medium III: Transport Coefficients #1- Itzhak Tserruya (Weizmann Institute of Science) (until 15:40) (301 A-B ) 14:00 Global Fits of v2 and Their Implications to Hydrodynamical Limit and Effective η/s - Raimond Snellings (Nikhef) 14:20 Elliptic Flow and the Shear and Bulk Viscosities of the QGP - Huichao Song (The Ohio State University) 14:40 Effects of Bulk Viscosity on pT Spectra and Elliptic Flow Parameter - Akihiko Monnai (The University of Tokyo) 15:00 Applicability of Viscous Hydrodynamics at RHIC - Denes Molnar (Purdue University and RIKEN BNL) 15:20 Elliptic Flow with Large Viscosity - Volker Koch (LBNL) 14:00 3C. EM Radiation I: Electromagnetic Probes of the Medium- Paul Stankus (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) (until 15:40) (301 D-E ) 14:00 Inclusive Dielectron Production in Ar+KCl Collisions at 1.756 AGeV with HADES - Filip Krizek (Nuclear Physics Institute) 14:20 In-medium Modifications of Low-Mass Vector Mesons in PHENIX at RHIC - Yuji Tsuchimoto (Hiroshima University) 14:40 Dileptons from the Nonequilibrium Quark-Gluon Plasma - Olena Linnyk (FIAS (Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies)) Giorgio Torrieri (JW Goethe Universitat) ; 15:00 Photon Physics in ALICE - Dmitri Peressounko (RRC "Kurchatov Institute") 15:20 Direct Photon and Photon-Jet Measurement Capability of the ATLAS Experiment at the LHC - Mark Baker (BNL) 14:00 3D. Early Times I: Correlations, Hydrodynamics, Entropy and Photoproduction- Yasuyuki Akiba (RIKEN) (until 15:40) (Lecture Hall ) 14:00 Formation Time of QGP from Thermal Photon Elliptic Flow - Rupa Chatterjee (Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre) 14:20 Photoproduction at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider with STAR - Yury Gorbunov (Creighton University) 14:40 Photoproduction of J/ψ and High-Mass Dielectrons in Ultra-Peripheral Au+Au Collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV by PHENIX - Zaida Conesa del Valle (LLR - École Polytechnique) 15:00 Universal Flow in the First fm/c at RHIC - Joshua Vredevoogd (Michigan State University) 15:20 From 0 to 5000 in 10-24 Seconds: Toward a Theory of Entropy Production in Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions - Berndt Mueller (Duke University) 15:40 --- Coffee Break --- 16:10 4A. LHC Instrumentation- Hideki Hamagaki (Center for Nuclear Study, Graduate School of Science, University of Tokyo) (until 18:10) (Ballroom D-G ) 16:10 Dimuon Measurements in Pb+Pb Collisions with the ATLAS Detector at the LHC - Marzia Rosati (Iowa State University) 16:30 Triggering on Hard Probes in Heavy-Ion Collisions with the CMS Experiment at the LHC - Christof Roland (MIT) 16:50 Results from the Commissioning of the ALICE Inner Tracking System with Cosmics - Francesco Prino (INFN,Torino) 17:10 Commissioning and Calibration of the ALICE TPC - Jens Wiechula (Physikalisches Institut, Universitaet Heidelberg) 17:30 The Transition Radiation Detector for ALICE at LHC - MinJung Kweon (Universitaet Heidelberg Physikalisches Institut) 17:50 Results from Cosmics and First LHC Beam with the ALICE HMPID Detector - Giacomo Volpe (INFN, Bari, Italy) 16:10 4B. QCD Phase Plane I: Fluctuations and QCD Critical Point #1- Thomas Schaefer (North Carolina State University) (until 18:10) (301 A-B ) 16:10 Parity Violation in Hot QCD Matter - Dmitri Kharzeev (Brookhaven National Laboratory) 16:30 Search for the Critical Point of Strongly Interacting Matter in NA49 - Katarzyna Grebieszkow (Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Physics) 16:50 Phenomenology of the Three-Flavour PNJL Model and Thermal Strange Quark Production - Hung-Ming Tsai (Duke University) 17:10 Fluctuations of Conserved Quantities in Cu+Cu and Au+Au Collisions at RHIC Energies Using Higher Order Moments in STAR Experiment - Tapan Nayak (Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre) 17:30 The NA61/SHINE Experiment at the CERN SPS - Andras Laszlo (KFKI Research Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics) 17:50 The Compressed Baryonic Matter Experiment at FAIR: Progress with Feasibility Studies and Detector Developments. - Johann M. Heuser (GSI Darmstadt) 16:10 4C. EM Radiation II: QGP Thermal Radiation- Hans H. Gutbrod (FAIR/GSI) (until 18:10) (301 D-E ) 16:10 Dilepton Radiation Measured in PHENIX Probing the Strongly Interacting Matter Created at RHIC - Yasuyuki Akiba (RIKEN) 16:30 Low-mass Lepton Pair Production at Large Transverse Momentum - Zhong-Bo Kang (Iowa State University) 16:50 Measurements of Soft and Intermediate pT Photons from Hot and Dense Matter at RHIC-PHENIX - Yorito Yamaguchi (University of Tokyo) 17:10 A Reanalysis of Single Photon Data at CERN SPS - Charles Gale (McGill University) 17:30 First Results on Angular Distributions of Thermal Dileptons in Nuclear Collisions - Gianluca Usai (University of Cagliari and INFN) 17:50 Centrality-Dependence of Direct Photon Production from Au+Au Collisions - Fuming LIU (Institute of Particle Physics, Central China Normal UNiversity) 16:10 4D. Early Times II: Physics at Small- and Large-x- David d'Enterria (MIT) (until 18:10) (Lecture Hall ) 16:10 Novel Universal Parton Distributions and Long Range Rapidity Correlations at RHIC and LHC - Tuomas Lappi (CEA/Saclay) 16:30 Probing High Parton Densities at Low-x in d-Au Collisions at PHENIX Using the New Forward and Backward Muon Piston Calorimeters - Beau Meredith (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 16:50 EPS09 - Global NLO Analysis of Nuclear PDFs and Their Uncertainties - Hannu Paukkunen (Jyvaskyla University) 17:10 Looking Forward for Color Glass Condensate Signatures with STAR - Ermes Braidot (Utrecht University) 17:30 Single Particle Probes of d+Au Collisions in PHENIX - Zvi Citron (Stony Brook University Department of Physics) 17:50 Physics of Large-x Nuclear Suppression - Michal Sumbera (Nuclear Physics Institute ASCR) 18:10 Poster Flash Plenary Session (Chair: Paul Stankus)( Ballroom D-G ) Slides 19:00 Poster Reception 2 - Discussions on Experimental Plans for the Large Hadron Collider( Park Concourse ) 19:30 Copenhagen - Carousel Theatre( Carousel Theatre, UT Campus )
 14:00 5A. High pT IV: Ridge Phenomena and Jet Flavor Conversion- Hans-Ake Gustafsson (Lund University/CERN) (until 16:00) (Ballroom D-G ) 14:00 Addressing the Physics of the Ridge by 2- and 3-Particle Correlations at STAR - Pawan Kumar Netrakanti (Purdue University) 14:20 Jet Fragmentation in STAR via Di-jet Triggered (2+1) Multi-hadron Correlations - Kolja Kauder (University of Illinois at Chicago) 14:40 Jet Broadening and Energy Loss in Wong-Yang-Mills Simulations - Bjoern Schenke (McGill University) 15:00 High-pT Physics with Identified Particles - Rainer Fries (Texas A&M University) 15:20 PHENIX Results on Energy Loss and Flavor Conversion from Single Particle Spectra in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV - Ronald Belmont (Vanderbilt University) 15:40 Measurements of K0S and K+/- Production at High pT up to 15 GeV/c at STAR as a Probe for Jet Flavor Conversion at RHIC - Yichun Xu (University of Science and Technology of China) 14:00 5B. QCD Phase Plane II: Fluctuations and QCD Critical Point #2- Charles Gale (McGill University) (until 16:00) (301 A-B ) 14:00 Higher Moments of Charge Fluctuations in QCD at High Temperature - Chuan Miao (Brookhaven National Lab) 14:20 The Quarkyonic Phase Transition and the FPP-NJL Model in Large and Finite Nc - Larry McLerran (Brookhaven National Lab. and Riken Brookhaven Center) 14:40 The Chiral Critical Surface of QCD - Owe Philipsen (Institute for Theoretical Physics, Muenster University, Germany) 15:00 Critical Point in Finite Density Lattice QCD by Canonical Approach - Shinji Ejiri (Brookhaven National Laboratory) 15:20 Critical Points in the QCD Phase Diagram with Two Flavors of Quarks - Joseph Kapusta (University of Minnesota) 15:40 The Lattice QCD Equation of State and Implications for Hydrodynamic Modeling of Heavy Ion Collisions - Ron Soltz (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)  Slides 14:00 5C. Bulk Properties of the Medium IV: Transport Coefficients #2- Berndt Mueller (Duke University) (until 16:00) (301 D-E ) 14:00 Lattice QCD Bulk Viscosity and Elliptic Flow - Gabriel Denicol (Instituto de Física, UFRJ - Brasil) 14:20 Shear-Viscosity to Entropy Density Ratio of a Relativistic Hadron Gas at RHIC: Approaching the AdS/CFT Bound? - Nasser Demir (Duke University) 14:40 Viscosities of the Quark-Gluon Plasma vs. Quasiparticle Model - Marcus Bluhm (Forschungszentrum Dresden-Rossendorf) 15:00 Relativistic Shocks in Viscous Gluon Matter - Ioannis Bouras (Goethe University Frankfurt) 15:20 Chemical Equilibration and Transport Properties of Hadronic Matter Near Tc - Jacquelyn Noronha-Hostler (Goethe Universitaet/Columbia University) 15:40 The Continuum Limit of GluoNc Plasmas - Sourendu Gupta (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research) 14:00 5D. Phi Production and Open Heavy Flavor I- Kai Schweda (University of Heidelberg) (until 16:00) (Lecture Hall ) 14:00 NA60 Results on Phi Production in the Hadronic and Leptonic Channels in In-In collisions at 158 GeV - Alessandro De Falco (Universita'/INFN Cagliari, Italy) 14:20 Anomalous Phi Meson Suppression in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV Measured by the PHENIX Experiment at RHIC - Maxim Naglis (Weizmann Institute of Science) 14:40 Observation of hypertriton and anti-hypertriton at RHIC - Jinhui Chen (Kent State University) 15:00 Heavy Flavor Physics from Lepton Measurements in PHENIX - Alan Dion (Iowa State University) 15:20 Preparation for Heavy-Flavour Measurements with ALICE at the LHC - Andrea Dainese (INFN - Laboratori Nazionali di Legnaro) 15:40 Shock Treatment: Heavy Quark Energy Loss from Novel AdS/CFT Geometries - William Horowitz (The Ohio State University) 16:00 --- Coffee Break --- 16:30 6A. High pT V: Medium Response and Future Perspectives- Boleslaw Wyslouch (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) (until 18:30) (Ballroom D-G ) 16:30 Conical Correlations, Bragg Peaks, and Transverse Flow Deflections in Jet Tomography - Barbara Betz (University Frankfurt) 16:50 Using Two and Three-Particle Correlations in PHENIX to Probe the Response of Strongly Interacting Partonic Matter to High-pT Partons - Wolf Gerrit Holzmann (Columbia University and Nevis Laboratories) 17:10 Conical Flow in Mesons and Baryons from Coalescence of a Perfect Quark Fluid - Giorgio Torrieri (JW Goethe Universitat) 17:30 The Sound Produced by a Fast Parton in the Quark-Gluon Plasma is a Long - Richard Neufeld (Duke University) 17:50 Measurements of High-pT Probes in Heavy Ion Collisions at CMS - Gabor Veres (CERN) 18:10 Elucidating Jet Energy Loss Using Jets: Prospects from ATLAS - Nathan Grau (Columbia University, Nevis Laboratories) 16:30 6B. QCD Phase Plane III: Equation of State, Thermalization, Interferometry- Maria Paola Lombardo (INFN LNF) (until 18:30) (301 A-B ) 16:30 Fixed Scale Approach to the Equation of State on the Lattice - Kazuyuki Kanaya (University of Tsukuba)  Slides 16:50 QCD Transition Temperature: Approaching the Continuum on the Lattice - Zoltan Fodor (Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Wuppertal) 17:10 Centrality Dependence of Two-Particle Correlations in Heavy Ion Collisions - George Stephans (MIT) 17:30 Measurements of Differential Transverse Momentum Correlation Function from the STAR Experiment - Monika Sharma (Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA) 17:50 Does Interferometry Probe Thermalization? - Clement Gombeaud (CEA-DSM/IPhT) 18:10 Describing Transverse Dynamics and Space-Time Evolution at RHIC with Hydrodynamic Models with Statistical Hadronization - Wojciech Florkowski (Institute of Nuclear Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences) 16:30 6C. Bulk Properties of the Medium V: Flavor Production and Correlations- Julia Velkovska (Vanderbilt University) (until 18:30) (301 D-E ) 16:30 Baryon-to-Meson Production in a Wide Range of Baryo-Chemical Potential at RHIC - Pawel Staszel (Jagiellonian University) 16:50 Strangeness Production in Heavy-Ion Collisions at STAR - Anthony Timmins (Wayne State University) 17:10 Recent HBT results in Au+Au and p+p collisions from PHENIX at RHIC - Andrew Glenn (Lawrence Livermore National Lab) 17:30 ρ0 Production in Cu+Cu Collisions at √sNN = 200 and 62.4 GeV in STAR - Patricia Fachini (Brookhaven National Laboratory) 17:50 Baryon Stopping in Au+Au and p+p Collisions at 62 and 200 GeV - Hans Hjersing Dalsgaard (Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen) 18:10 Strangeness Production and Cronin Effect in d+Au Collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV in STAR - Xianglei ZHU (Tsinghua University)  Slides 16:30 6D. Open Heavy Flavor II- James Nagle (University of Colorado) (until 18:30) (Lecture Hall ) 16:30 Non-photonic Electron-Hadron Azimuthal Correlation for AuAu, CuCu, and pp Collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV - Bertrand Biritz (UCLA Physics & Astronomy) 16:50 Heavy Flavor Production and Energy Loss with Two-Particle Correlations at RHIC-PHENIX - Tatia Engelmore (Columbia University) 17:10 A Light-Front Wave-Function Approach to Heavy Quark Fragmentation in the QGP - Rishi Sharma (Los Alamos National Laboratories) 17:30 Nonperturbative Heavy-Quark Transport in the Quark-Gluon Plasma - Ralf Rapp (Texas A&M University) 17:50 Langevin + Hydrodynamics Approach to Heavy Quark Propagation and Correlation in QGP - Yukinao Akamatsu (University of Tokyo)  Slides 18:10 Muon Production in Ultra-Relativistic Cosmic Ray Interactions - Spencer Klein (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) 19:00 Banquet - Professor Hap McSween (UT), Mars Rover Results and Search for Water on Mars( Ballroom A-C )
 13:45 Poster Session Files - Topic 1 (until 14:05) (Park Concourse ) 13:45 Energy and particle type dependence of directed flow in the multiphase transport model at RHIC energy - Jiayun Chen (Institute of Particle Physics) 13:45 Photons and jet production predictions with PYTHIA and HERWIG in pp collisions at sqrt s=14 TeV at LHC - Gustavo Conesa Balbastre (INFN-Frascati) 13:45 Hydrodynamic expansion versus partonic scattering in quark gluon plasma - Santosh Kumar Das (Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre) 13:45 Eccentricity Fluctuations in High Energy Collisions of Deformed Nuclei - Peter FILIP (Physicist involved in STAR experiment / RHIC) 13:45 Analytic study on glasma instabilities with and without expansion - Hirotsugu Fujii (University of Tokyo) 13:45 $\phi$ meson production in the $K^+K^-$ decay channel and Cronin effect in d+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$ = 200 GeV - Chitrasen Jena (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) 13:45 Is early thermalization really needed in A+A collisions? - Iurii Karpenko (Laboratory SUBATECH, University of Nantes) 13:45 Constraining relativistic viscous hydrodynamical evolution - Mauricio Martinez (Helmholtz Reseach School and FIAS, Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main) 13:45 Baryon Stopping as a probe of saturation physics from RHIC to LHC - Yacine Mehtar-Tani (Heidelberg University) 13:45 Exploring characteristics of hot dense matter through quantitative constraint to model parameters on high pT hadrons and electro-magnetic probes at PHENIX - Takao Sakaguchi (Brookhaven National Laboratory) 13:45 Forward-Backward correlations: Distinguishing new physics from baseline effects - Giorgio Torrieri (JW Goethe Universitat) 13:45 High energy scattering in the saturation regime including running coupling and rare fluctuation effects - wenchang xiang (university of Bielefeld) 13:45 Parton multiplication and kinetic equilibration - Bin Zhang (Arkansas State University) 13:45 Poster Session Files - Topic 2 (until 14:05) (Park Concourse ) 13:45 High $p_T$ jet correlations as a probe of the QGP - Andrew Adare (University of Colorado) 13:45 Hadron production in asymmetric p(d)A collisions and fragmentation functions - Adeola Adeluyi (Kent State University, OH, USA) 13:45 Event-by-Event fluctuations and Jet Quenching - Zubayer Ahammed (Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre) 13:45 Investigating the QGP with three particle jet correlations in the PHENIX Detector - Nuggehalli Ajitanand (SUNY Stony Brook) 13:45 Neutral pion production with respect to reaction plane at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=200$~GeV Au+Au collisions at RHIC-PHENIX - Yoki Aramaki (CNS, University of Tokyo) 13:45 MONTE CARLO SIMULATION FOR ELASTIC ENERGY LOSS OF HIGH-ENERGY PARTONS TRAVERSING QCD MATTER PRODUCED IN AU+AU COLLISIONS AT BNL-RHIC - Jussi Auvinen (Jyvaskyla University, Department of Physics) 13:45 Decomposing p+p Events at $\sqrt{s}$ = 200 GeV with STAR - Helen Caines (Yale University) 13:45 Studying the medium response: shoulder and ridge structures in PHENIX - Chin-Hao Chen (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Stony Brook University) 13:45 Near-side Correlation with Dependence of Ridge Formation on Trigger Azimuth - Charles Chiu (University of Texas at Austin) ; 13:45 R$_{AA}$ of $\pi^{0}$ and $\gamma$ in d+Au collisions at 200\ GeV by PHENIX experiment - Ondrej Chvala (UC Riverside) 13:45 Forward jets and Mueller-Navelet dijets probing low-$x$ QCD at the LHC - David d'Enterria (MIT) 13:45 Two-Hadron fragmentation functions within reconstructed jets in p+p collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$ = 200GeV in STAR - Muhammad Elnimr (Wayne State Univ.) 13:45 Trigger-angle dependence of away-side jet modification and its interplay with elliptic flow from azimuthal correlations with PHENIX - ShinIchi Esumi (Univ. of Tsukuba) 13:45 Investigation of jet-quenching and elliptic flow within a pQCD-based partonic transport model - Oliver Fochler (Intitut für Theoretische Physik, Goethe University Frankfurt) 13:45 Search for Reduction of Azimuthal Flow in Heavy Ion Collisions for Events with a high $p_{T}$ Hadron - Edmundo Garcia 13:45 Measurement of Jet Multiple Scattering in a Cold Nuclear Medium Using $\pi^0$-h Correlations at RHIC-PHENIX - Nathan Grau (Columbia University, Nevis Laboratories) 13:45 Probing the cold nuclear effects via di-hadron correlation from PHENIX - Jiangyong Jia (Stony Brook University) 13:45 Understanding the role of jets and underlying event in p+p d+Au and Au+Au collisions from PHENIX - Jiangyong Jia (Stony Brook University) 13:45 Initial state nuclear effects for jet production measured in $\sqrt{s_\mathrm{NN}}$~=~200~GeV d+Au collisions by STAR - Jan Kapitan (Nuclear Physics Institute ASCR, Rez/Prague, Czech Republic) 13:45 Is the ridge formed by aligned jet propagation and medium flow direction? - Joshua Konzer (Purdue University) 13:45 Jet properties from gamma-hadron correlation measurements in proton-proton collisions - Yaxian Mao (Institute of Particle Physics, Huazhong Normal University, China) 13:45 Energy Loss and Medium Response in Heavy Ion Collisions via Di-hadron Correlations at PHENIX - Michael McCumber (SUNY Stony Brook) 13:45 R-dependence of j_T spectra in reconstructed jets - Andreas Morsch (CERN) 13:45 Long Range Correlations and the Soft Ridge - George Moschelli (Wayne State University Department of Physics and Astronomy) 13:45 Away-side Conical Correlations Associated with Heavy Quark Jets - Jorge Noronha (Columbia University) 13:45 Topological studies of high multiplicity p-p collisions with ALICE - Antonio Ortiz Velasquez (Instituto de Ciencias Nucleares, UNAM) 13:45 Anomalous centrality variation of two-particle angular correlations associated with minijets in Cu-Cu and Au-Au collisions at 62 and 200 GeV from STAR - Duncan Prindle (University of Washington) 13:45 Search for Conical Emission with three-particle azimuthal angle correlation cumulants - Claude Pruneau Pruneau (Wayne State University) 13:45 The medium modification of the multiplicity distributions inside jets in the MLLA formalism - Paloma Quiroga Arias (CERN) 13:45 Jet Re-heating and Strangeness by thermal model simulation at RHIC - Xinghua Shi (Star@RHIC) 13:45 Jet modifications in conditionally triggered di-hadron correlations at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=200$ GeV in p+p and Au+Au collisions at RHIC-PHENIX - Eric Vazquez (Columbia University) 13:45 Non-flow and what flow to subtract in jet-correlation - Quan Wang (Purdue University) 13:45 System size dependence of di-hadron azimuthal angular correlations in heavy ion collisions at RHIC energy by using a multi-phase transport model (AMPT) - Song Zhang (Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics, CAS) 13:45 Poster Session Files - Topic 3 (until 14:05) (Room 200 A-C ) 13:45 Non-perturbative effects and dissociation of quarkoniain hot QCD medium - Vineet Kumar Agotiya Vineet (Indian Institute Of Technology Roorkee, India) 13:45 The role of anti-shadowing in the comparison of p-A and A-A results on J/$\psi$ suppression at SPS energy - Roberta Arnaldi (INFN - Turin (Italy)) 13:45 PHENIX studies on Psi' and Upsilon measurements at mid-rapidity in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(s_{NN}) = 200 GeV - Zaida Conesa del Valle (LLR - École Polytechnique) 13:45 PERFORMANCE STUDY OF OPEN BEAUTY MEASUREMENTS IN THE CHANNEL B -> JPSI + X IN THE ALICE DETECTOR - Carmelo Di Giglio (University of Bari and INFN) 13:45 First Measurement of $\psi^{\prime}$ Production versus Transverse Momentum in $p+p$ collisions in the PHENIX experiment at RHIC - Marisilvia Donadelli (Universidade de São Paulo) 13:45 Single muon production in Cu+Cu collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}} = 200GeV$ in PHENIX - Irakli Garishvili (University of Tennessee, PHENIX) 13:45 Nuclear modification factor $R_{CP}$ in $d$+$Au$ collisions at $\sqrt{S_{NN}}=$200~GeV measured by the PHENIX experiment at RHIC - Lei Guo (Los Alamos National Laboratory) 13:45 Measurement of Low $p_{T}$ Non-photonic Electrons in p + p Collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$=200 GeV with reduced detector material in STAR - Fu Jin (Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics) 13:45 J/psi elliptic flow measurement at forward rapidity in Au-Au collisions at sqrt{sNN}=200 GeV in PHENIX - BYUNGIL KIM (KOREA UNIVERSITY) 13:45 Performance of CMS heavy-ion dimuon trigger algorithm in p+p collisions for quarkonium production - JI HYUN KIM (Korea University) 13:45 D-meson Measurements in Au+Au Collisions at sqrt(s)=200 GeV at STAR Using the Silicon Inner Tracker - Sarah LaPointe (Wayne State University) 13:45 Chi_c and Upsilon studies at sqrt(s)=200GeV with the Muon Arm and the MPC detector in PHENIX - Kwangbok Lee (Korea University) 13:45 Non-perturbative heavy quark-pair production in strong non-Abelian fields - Peter Levai (MTA KFKI RMKI) 13:45 High $p_{T}$ Non-photonic Electron Measurements in d+Au and p+p collisions using EMC-trigger at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$=200 GeV at STAR - Xin Li (Purdue Univ.) 13:45 Energy dependence of J/$\psi$ absorption in proton-nucleus collisions - Carlos Lourenco (CERN) 13:45 J$/\psi$ polarization from fixed-target to collider energies - Carlos Lourenco (CERN) 13:45 Study of $\psi^\prime$ and $\chi_c$ decays as feed-down sources of J$/\psi$ hadro-production - Carlos Lourenco (CERN) 13:45 Perspectives for the measurement of the $\chi_c$ radiative decay in the ALICE experiment at the LHC - Ana Marin (GSI , Darmstadt (Germany)) 13:45 Measurement of $J/\psi\rightarrow e^+e^-$ at $\sqrt{s}=200$ GeV and $y<|0.35|$ in d+Au Collisions - Darren McGlinchey (Florida State University) 13:45 Preparations for the first total charm cross section measurement in $pp$ collisions in the ALICE experiment at CERN-LHC - Andre Mischke (Utrecht University) 13:45 Study of the CMS dimuon trigger algorithm for low $p_T$ muons produced in decays of quarkonia in heavy-ion collisions - Dong Ho Moon (Korea University) 13:45 Re-evaluating the Charm Cross Section: Pointing the Way to Implementing a High-Energy Database - Randy Nelson (UC Davis & Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) 13:45 Dependence of the Heavy Quark Potential on $\eta/s$ at Strong Coupling - Jorge Noronha (Columbia University) 13:45 Preparation for the $J/\psi \rightarrow e^{+}e^{-}$ measurement in the ALICE experiment at LHC - WooJin Park (GSI) 13:45 J/psi production in minumum-bias d+Au collisions at sqrt(s_NN) = 200 GeV in STAR - Chris Powell (LBNL) 13:45 The dimuon mass continuum components in p+p collisions at $\sqrt{s} = 200$ GeV in PHENIX - Guy Roche (LPC-Clermont) 13:45 Non-photonic Electron tagged $D^0$ measurement in Au+Au and Cu+Cu collisions @ $\sqrt{s_{NN}} = 200$ GeV in the STAR Experiment at RHIC - Raghunath Sahoo (SUBATECH, Nantes, France) 13:45 Extracting bottom quark contributions to non-photonic electron yields and the bottom quark energy loss in the dense matter in STAR - Shingo Sakai (Univ. of California, Los Angeles) 13:45 $J/\psi$ production at high $p_T$ in d+Au collisions at STAR - Zebo Tang (University of Science and Technology of China) 13:45 Charmonium Suppression at RHIC and SPS: Unified Approach - Ludwik Turko (University Wroclaw) 13:45 Cold Nuclear Matter Effects on Quarkonium Production at the LHC - Ramona Vogt (LLNL and UC Davis) 13:45 Reconstruction of $D^{*}(2010)^+ \rightarrow D^0 + \pi^+$ in $p+p$ collisions at LHC Energies in the central barrel of ALICE - Yifei Wang (University of Heidelberg) 13:45 $J/\psi$ Production and $R_{AA}$ at Forward Rapidities in 2007 $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=200GeV$ Au+Au Collisions at PHENIX - Matthew Wysocki (University of Colorado at Boulder) 13:45 Heavy flavor electrons from ALICE - Hongyan Yang (Physikalisches Institut, Universität Heidelberg) 13:45 Direct vs. statistical charmonium production at RHIC and LHC - Xingbo Zhao (Texas A&M University) 13:45 Poster Session Files - Topic 4 (until 14:00) (Room 200 A-C ) 13:45 Reconstruction of Pi0 and Eta through photon conversions for first pp data at LHC. - Kenneth Aamodt (University of Oslo) 13:45 Electromagnetic Probes- a Chronometer of Heavy Ion Collisions - Jane Alam (Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, Department of Atomic Energy, 1/AF Bidhan Nagar, Kolkata 700 064, India) 13:45 Direct Photons in heavy-ion collisions from microscopic transport theory and fluid dynamics - Bjoern Baeuchle (ITP Frankfurt) 13:45 Recent Results from WA98 - Christoph Baumann (University of Muenster) 13:45 Isotropization of Quark-Gluon-Plasma - Lusaka Bhattacharya (Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics) 13:45 The PHENIX dielectron spectra in CuCu at sqrt(s) = 200GeV - Sarah Campbell (SUNY Stony Brook) 13:45 Nuclear Suppression of Dileptons at Large-x_F - Jan Cepila (FNSPE CTU, Prague) 13:45 Direct Photon-Hadron and Hadron-Hadron Angular Correlations in PHENIX - Justin Frantz (Ohio University) 13:45 Fitted Gaussian photon HBT radii from non-central heavy-ion collisions. - Evan Frodermann (University of Minnesota) 13:45 Emission source measurements in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}} = 200$ GeV via two-photon intensity interferometry from PHENIX at RHIC - Xiaoyang Gong (Stony Brook University) 13:45 Viscosity and dilepton production of a chemically equilibrating quark-gluon plasma at finite baryon density - Nana Guan (Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics) 13:45 Dielectron Continuum in p+p Collisions at $\sqrt{s} = 200$~GeV measured by the PHENIX Experiment at RHIC - Jason Kamin (Stony Brook University) 13:45 Measurement of Low-mass Vector Meson via Di-Electron Decay Channel in proton + proton collisions at RHIC-PHENIX - Kotaro Kijima (Hiroshima University) 13:45 Azimuthal anisotropy measurement of direct photon in $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$ = 200 GeV Au+Au collisions at RHIC-PHENIX. - Kentaro Miki (Univ. of Tsukuba) 13:45 Transverse energy balance for the estimation of fragmentation photons in pp collisions - Mriganka Mouli MONDAL (Variable Energy Cycloton Centre) 13:45 Commissioning and calibration of the PHOS spectrometer in the ALICE experiment - Dmitri Peressounko (RRC "Kurchatov Institute") 13:45 Medium Effects in Rho-Meson Photoproduction - Felix Riek (Texas A&M University) 13:45 K$^{*}$ meson production in proton proton collision at $\sqrt s$ = 200 GeV at PHENIX - Prashant Shukla (BARC, Mumbai, India) 13:45 Dilepton production in a finite baryonic quark-gluon plasma - somorendro singh shougaijam (Department of Physics and Astrophysics, University of Delhi, India) 13:45 How sensitive are di-leptons from rho mesons to the high baryon density region? - Sascha Vogel (Institut fuer Theoretische Physik, Goethe-University Frankfurt) 13:45 Why the a(1) meson is a difficult messenger for the restoration of chiral symmetry - Sascha Vogel (Institut fuer Theoretische Physik, Goethe-University Frankfurt) 13:45 $\phi$ meson measurements via e$^{+}$e$^{-}$ decays in $d$+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$ = 200 GeV in STAR - Xiaoping Zhang (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab / Nanjing University) 13:45 Poster Session Files - Topic 5 (until 14:05) (Room 200 A-C ) 13:45 Tomography of Nucleon Collisions at AGS and Low SPS Energies - Dmitry Anchishkin (Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics) 13:45 Hadrochemistry at RHIC: Rapidity System size and Energy dependence - Ionut Cristian Arsene (University of Oslo) 13:45 Scaling trends in p+p collisions from SPS to LHC - Larissa Bravina (Department of Physics, University of Oslo) 13:45 Directed Flow from Au+Au Collisions at RHIC-- Probe the Early-stage Dynamics in High-energy Nuclear Collisions - Jiayun Chen (Institute of Particle Physics) 13:45 Shear viscosity and out of equilibrium dynamics - Andrej El (Goethe Universitat Frankfurt am Main) 13:45 Study of the crossover transition of a gas of extended hadrons. - Lorenzo Ferroni (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) 13:45 Strong Parity Violation at STAR: Evaluating Experimental Measurement Technique and Estimating Background Contributions from Multi-particle Production Processes - Evan Finch (Yale University) 13:45 System-size independence of directed flow - Frederique Grassi (Universidade de Sao Paulo) 13:45 Anisotropies in momentum space and the Quark-Gluon Plasma Shear Viscosity - Vincenzo Greco (University of Catania) 13:45 Centrality dependence of strangeness production at SPS energies - Claudia Hoehne (GSI, Darmstadt, Germany) 13:45 Parton Distributions at Hadronization from Bulk Dense Matter Produced at RHIC - Fu Jin (Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics) 13:45 New results on Hydro-kinetic approach for ultrarelativistic A+A collisions - Iurii Karpenko (Laboratory SUBATECH, University of Nantes) 13:45 Universal centrality and collision-energy trends for the azimuth quadrupole (v2) from 2D angular correlations at STAR - David Kettler (University of Washington) 13:45 The Quark Gluon Plasma Created in RHIC Collisions is Strongly Coupled - Roy Lacey (Stony Brook University) 13:45 Test of NCQ scaling at relatively large pt in Au+Au Collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$ = 200 GeV in STAR - Na Li (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) 13:45 Viscous Hydrodynamic Predictions for Nuclear Collisions at the LHC - Matthew Luzum Luzum (University of Washington) 13:45 What are the possible observable effects of the space-like part of freeze-out hypersurface? - Volodymyr Magas (University of Barcelona) 13:45 Scaling properties of particle production in p+p collisions measured by PHENIX at sqrt(s)=200 GeV - Alexander Milov (Weizmann Institute of Science) 13:45 Effects of dissipation on shock wave propagation in QGP - Philipe Mota (Univ. Fed. do Rio de Janeiro) 13:45 New Criterion of Kinetic Freezeout in Heavy-Ion Collisions - Anton Muskeyev (National Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv) 13:45 Charged-particle pseudorapidity density with the silicon pixels in ALICE - Maria Nicassio (INFN Bari) 13:45 Elliptic flow in Pb + Pb collisions at the Large Hadron Collider - Harri Niemi (Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies) 13:45 Rapidity Dependence of Coalescence in Au+Au Collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=200$ GeV - Casper Nygaard (Niels Bohr Institute) 13:45 Transverse flow of charmed hadrons in relativistic heavy-ion collisions - Thomas Peitzmann (Utrecht University) 13:45 Energy and system size dependence of v2 non-flow and v2 fluctuations - Navneet Kumar Pruthi (Panjab University Chandigarh-INDIA) 13:45 Details of the $\rho^0$ production analysis in Cu+Cu collisions at $\sqrt{s_{_{NN}}}$ = 200 and 62.4 GeV in STAR - Prabhat Pujahari (IIT Bombay) 13:45 Hadronization Pressure and Vacuum Structure - Johann Rafelski (University of Arizona) 13:45 High $p_{T}$ Lambda and Anti-Lambda spectra in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=200$ GeV in the PHENIX experiment at RHIC - Dillon Roach (Vanderbilt University) 13:45 Charged Particle Multiplicity Distributions in 200 and 410 GeV p+p Collisions - Joseph Sagerer (University of Illinois at Chicago) 13:45 Probing QCD Phase transition with Thermal Properties of $\Phi$ mesons - Raghunath Sahoo (SUBATECH, Nantes, France) 13:45 Strong parity violation at STAR: Quantifying background effects with Monte-Carlo event generators and detector effects study - Ilya Selyuzhenkov (Indiana University) 13:45 Cu+Au Collisions at RHIC--a way to mitigate the centrality fluctuations in searches for critical phenomena. - Michael Tannenbaum (Brookhaven National Laboratory) 13:45 PHENIX Studies of Universal scaling of harmonic flow in Au+Au collisions at 200 GeV - Arkadiy Taranenko (Department of Chemistry, SUNY Stony Brook) 13:45 CORRECTION OF THE COOPER-FRYE PRESCRIPTION - Iurii Timrov (National Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv) 13:45 The contribution from hard partons to the bulk elliptic flow - Boris Tomasik (Czech Technical University in Prague) 13:45 Fragmentation-driven freezeout in heavy ion collisions: Theory and phenomenology - Giorgio Torrieri (JW Goethe Universitat) 13:45 Poster Session Files - Topic 6 (until 14:05) (Park Concourse ) 13:45 Energy and System-size Dependence of p$_{t}$ Fluctuations and Correlations at the STAR Experiment - Madan Aggarwal (Panjab University, Chandigarh) 13:45 Photon multiplicity measurements at forward rapidities in dAu collisions at $\root{s}$ = 200 GeV - subhasis Chattopadhyay (Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre) 13:45 Prediction of Multiplicity Distributions and Forward Backward Correlations for pp collisions at the CERN-LHC - Ajay Kumar Dash (Institute of Physics, Bhubaneswar, India) 13:45 Fluctuations and Correlations in Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions: Statistical and Transport Models - Volodymyr Konchakovski (Helmholtz Research School, University of Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany) 13:45 Two-pion correlation functions for p+p d+Au and Au+Au collisions at sqrt(s)=200 GeV - Mike Lisa (Ohio State University) 13:45 Search for QCD critical point through kurtosis of $p$ ($\bar{p}$) distributions in STAR experiment at RHIC - Bedangadas Mohanty (Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre) 13:45 Rapidity dependence of the (anti)-proton phase space density at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$= 200 GeV - Michael Murray (University of Kansas) 13:45 Exploring Space-Time Signatures of the Hard Probe Medium Response - Jason Newby (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) 13:45 Is the double hump structure observed in azimuthal correlations in $Au-Au$ collisions inexistent in $pp$ collisions ? - Antonio Ortiz Velasquez (Instituto de Ciencias Nucleares, UNAM) 13:45 Finite fireball lifetime effects in two-particle correlations - Paul Sorensen (Brookhaven National Laboratory) 13:45 Probing the Early Medium in Heavy Ion Collisions with the Energy and System-Size Dependence of Long-Range Multiplicity Correlations - Brijesh Srivastava (Purdue University) 13:45 Freeze-out and HBT correlations in relativistic heavy ion collisions with microscopic models at RHIC energies - Mads Stormo Nilsson (University of Oslo) 13:45 The Effect of Spectator Charge on Spectra of Strange Mesons and Pions in Heavy Ion Collisions - Antoni Szczurek (H.Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences) 13:45 Event-by-Event p/K Fluctuations from A+A Collisions at RHIC - Jian Tian (University of California, Los Angeles) 13:45 Observation of an eta-prime mass modification in 200 GeV Au+Au collisions at RHIC - Róbert Vértesi (KFKI RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR PARTICLE AND NUCLEAR PHYSICS) 13:45 $p/\pi$ Fluctuations in Au-Au Collisions in STAR - Gary Westfall (Michigan State University) 13:45 STAR results of pion-proton femtoscopy in spherical harmonics - Marcin Zawisza (Warsaw University of Technology) 13:45 Study for the Low pT Hadron Correlations Using New Method on Basis of Random Matrix Theory - Mais Suleymanov (COMSATS Institute of Information Technology) 13:45 Poster Session Files - Topic 7 (until 14:05) (Room 200 A-C ) 13:45 Quark Phase Transition Parameters and $\delta$-meson Field in RMF Theory - Grigor Alaverdyan (Yerevan State University) 13:45 Evolution of nuclear modification factors with system size and rapidity in Cu+Cu collisions at $\sqrt{S_{NN}} = 200$ GeV at BRAHMS - SELEMON BEKELE (The University Of Kansas) 13:45 Shear and Bulk Viscosities for Strongly Interacting Hadrons at High Temperature - Purnendu Chakraborty (School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Minnesota) 13:45 Thermal Conductivity of Quark Matter at CFL phase - Jingyi Chao (North Carolina State University, Department of Physics) 13:45 Chiral and deconfining aspects of the QCD transition at finite temperature - Michael Cheng (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) 13:45 UA(1) anomaly and phase transition in chiral random matrix models - Hirotsugu Fujii (University of Tokyo) 13:45 Hadron Resonance Gas and lattice QCD Equation of State - Pasi Huovinen (Purdue University) 13:45 The QGP-Hadron Phase structure in a statistical model using the Richardson potential - AGAM JHA (SRI VENKATESWARA COLLEGE, DELHI UNIVERSITY, DHAULA KUAN, NEW DELHI-110021(INDIA)) 13:45 Transition of normal matter to neutron star matter - Tarun Jha (Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad) 13:45 Degrees of freedom and the phase transitions of two-flavor QCD - Topi Kahara (Department of Physics, university of Jyvaskyla) 13:45 On redshift of quark stars nonstrange and strange diquark stars within various models and experimental observations - Santosh K. karn (New Delhi/ PCCS Gr. Noida U P Technical University, India) 13:45 Study of QCD critical point using canonical ensemble method - Anyi Li (University of Kentucky) 13:45 The Freeze-Out Parameters and the Spinodal Line of QCD - Maria Paola Lombardo (INFN LNF) 13:45 Phase transition of quark matter in Fermi Liquid theory approach - Kausik Pal (Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata) 13:45 Proper QQbar Potential at Finite Temperature from Lattice QCD Simulations - Alexander Rothkopf (The University of Tokyo) 13:45 QCD equation of state from a HTL quasiparticle model - Robert Schulze (Research Center Dresden-Rossendorf) 13:45 Nuclear Modification Factors as a Function of Transverse Momentum at Forward Rapidities in PHENIX - Kenneth Sedgwick (University of California, Riverside) 13:45 In-medium modification of P-wave charmonia from QCD sum rules - Young-Ho Song (Duke University) 13:45 Sigma N interaction in finite-density QCD sum rules - Xie Zhenglian (Duke University) 13:45 Poster Session Files - Topic 8 (until 14:00) (Park Concourse ) 13:45 Hardonization: fragmentation or non-extensivity? - Gergely Gabor Barnafoldi (MTA KFKI RMKI) 13:45 The Next-Next to-Leading Order structure functions from DGLAP evolution equations at low-x - Jamil Begum Umme (Research Scholar) 13:45 Dissipative Hydrodynamics at Non-vanishing Net Baryon Number Density - Rajeev Bhalerao (TIFR, Mumbai, INDIA) 13:45 Quarkyonic Matter and Compact Stars - David Blaschke (University of Wroclaw) 13:45 Revisiting holographic nuclear matter in AdS/QCD - Kyung-il Kim (Yonsei Univ. Seoul, Korea) 13:45 A General Relativistic study of the neutrino path - Ritam Mallick (Bose Institute) 13:45 Functional renormalization group approach to isentropes in chiral effective theory - Eiji Nakano (GSI) 13:45 UNITARITY OF CKM MATRIX - Mohammad Saleem (Visiting Professor) 13:45 Net-Proton rapidity distributions as a probe of saturation physics - Georg Wolschin (Heidelberg University) 13:45 Deep inelastic and dipole scattering on finite extent $\mathcal{N}=4$ SYM plasma - Bowen Xiao (Nuclear Science Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, 94720, USA) 13:45 Poster Session Files - Topic 9 (until 14:00) (Park Concourse ) 13:45 Interaction between jets and the underlying event in p+p collisions at LHC energies at the ALICE experiment - András Gábor Agócs (KFKI RMKI) 13:45 Analysis of the atmospheric muons taken with ALICE detector during cosmic runs - BRUNO ALESSANDRO (INFN-Torino) 13:45 Commissioning of the ALICE TOF detector: first performance results - Pietro Antonioli (INFN - Bologna) 13:45 Testing of the PHENIX Silicon Pixel Detector at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory - Nicole Apadula (Stony Brook University) 13:45 D mesons reconstruction from three body hadronic decays in the central barrel of the ALICE experiment. Simulation study. - Renu Bala (University of Torino & INFN Torino) 13:45 The ALICE Inner Tracking System performance as a standalone spectrometer - Emanuele Biolcati (University of Turin and Turin INFN, Italy) 13:45 Heavy Flavor Tracker (HFT) : a new inner tracking device at STAR - Jonathan Bouchet (Kent State University) 13:45 The PHENIX Hadron Blind Detector - J. Matthew Durham (Stony Brook University) 13:45 Very High Momentum Particle Identification at the LHC - Edmundo Garcia 13:45 Luminosity Determination in the ALICE experiment at the CERN-LHC - Premomoy Ghosh (Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre) 13:45 The Alice EMCAL - Rachid GUERNANE (LPSC Grenoble CNRS/IN2P3) 13:45 Dilepton spectroscopy with CBM - Claudia Hoehne (GSI, Darmstadt, Germany) 13:45 Physics Capability with Silicon Vertex Tracker for PHENIX - Maki Kurosawa (RIKEN) 13:45 Simulation Study of the PHENIX Silicon Vertex Detector Upgrade Expected Performance - Alexandre Lebedev (Iowa State University) 13:45 A Study of Partonic Energy Loss in p+A Collisions in the Fermilab E906 Experiment - Ming Xiong Liu (Los Alamos National Lab) 13:45 The silicon tracker of the CBM experiment at FAIR: detector development and first in-beam applications. - Anton Lymanets (FIAS, University of Frankfurt) 13:45 The CMS ZDCs: from Beam Splash to Real Data - Michael Murray (University of Kansas) 13:45 Simulation Studies of the Separation of Charm and Bottom Decays Using the Silicon Vertex Dectector Upgrade at PHENIX - Richard Petti (Stony Brook University) 13:45 Study of quark and gluon jet properties in three-jet events in ALICE - Sona Pochybova (KFKI-RMKI, Budapest, Hungary) 13:45 Photon Multiplicity Detector in ALICE experiment at CERN-LHC - SIDHARTH KUMAR PRASAD (Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre) 13:45 First physics with resonances in p-p collisions at 10 TeV - Francesco Riggi (Department of Physics and Astronomy & INFN, Catania) 13:45 PHENIX Upgrades and Forward Calorimetry - Sky Rolnick (UC Riverside) 13:45 First results on the alignment of the ALICE Inner Tracking System with cosmics - Andrea Rossi (University of Trieste) 13:45 Triggering on jets in heavy ion collisions at the ATLAS experiment - Martin Rybar (Charles University in Prague) 13:45 Estimating Required Numbers of Events for the RHIC Beam Energy Scan - Evan Sangaline (UC Davis) 13:45 A Control and Monitoring System for the Laser Calibration of the ALICE Time Projection Chamber - Carsten Soegaard (Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen) 13:45 Strangeness fluctuations and MEMO production at FAIR - Jan Steinheimer-Froschauer (ITP Goethe Uni Frankfurt)