Contribution invited talk
Jets in QCD matter
The propagation of quarks and gluons through a QCD medium, such as nuclei or the quark-gluon plasma, remains poorly understood. Elucidating this phenomena is a central aspect of the research program of a diverse variety of experiments at JLab12, RHIC, LHC and the future Electron-Ion Collider. At collider energies, this process can be studied with measurements of jet cross-sections and their substructure. These measurements hold promise to extract medium properties and elucidate the hadronization process in nuclei. I will review recent measurements by the ALICE experiment at the LHC and discuss future prospects.