10-12 April 2019
Denver, CO
US/Mountain timezone
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Contribution invited talk

Denver, CO - Director's Row J

Progress in hard probes of small collision systems

Speakers

  • Prof. Dennis PEREPELITSA

Primary authors

Content

In this talk, I review the latest developments in high transverse momentum (pT) or mass probes of small heavy ion collision systems. These include measurements which utilize high-pT hadrons, fully reconstructed jets, photons and heavy electroweak bosons, and heavy flavor particles, as probes. I will discuss what these measurements can reveal about partonic structure and parton dynamics in heavy nuclei, and how they relate to evidence for a possible formations of quark-gluon plasma, at RHIC and the LHC. I will also give some thoughts on future prospects with lighter collision species such as Ar+Ar or O+O at the LHC and opportunities with the sPHENIX detector at RHIC.