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Status and promise of particle interferometry in heavy-ion collisions

By Selemon Bekele, Fabio Braghin, Zbigniew Chajecki, Paul Chung, John G. Cramer, Tamás Csörgo, Hans Eggers, Sean Gavin, Frédérique Grassi, Yogiro Hama, Adam Kisiel, Che-Ming Ko, Tomoi Koide, Gastão Krein, Roy Lacey, Richard Lednický, Michael A. Lisa, Wesley Metzger, Dariusz Miśkowiec, Kenji Morita, Sandra S. Padula, Scott Pratt, Wei-Liang Qian, Vladislav Simak, Yuri Sinyukov, Michal Sumbera, Bernardo M. Tavares, Giuseppe Verde and Detlef Zschiesche

Abstract

After five years of running at RHIC, and on the eve of the LHC heavy-ion program, we highlight the status of femtoscopic measurements. We emphasize the role interferometry plays in addressing fundamental questions about the state of matter created in such collisions, and present an enumerated list of measurements, analyses and calculations that are needed to advance the field in the coming years

Topics: ddc:530
Year: 2012
OAI identifier: oai:publikationen.ub.uni-frankfurt.de:27431

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