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Foundational aspects of relativistic hydrodynamics


Ines Campo
+39 0461 314721
Monday, 7 May, 2018 - 08:30 to Friday, 11 May, 2018 - 14:00
ECT* Conference room

How small can a droplet be and still behave as a fluid? The latest research unexpectedly suggests that droplets of the size of a fraction of an atomic nucleus made from quark-gluon plasma, an exotic type of matter of extreme energy density, have liquid-like properties. Quarkgluon plasma once filled the entire universe and can today be recreated in high-energy collisions between atomic nuclei. This timely workshop will bring together a multi-disciplinary group of researchers to rethink the foundations behind our contemporary understanding of ultra-hot and fast-moving fluids.

Registration period: 
19 Feb 2018 to 15 Apr 2018


Ulrich Heinz Ohio State University
Michal Heller MPI für Gravitationsphysik
Guy Moore Technische Universität Darmstadt


Last nameFirst nameInstitutionCountry of Institution
AttemsMaximilianUniversity of Santiago de CompostelaSpain
BorghiniNicolasUniversity of BielefeldGermany
DenicolGabrielUniversidade Federal FluminenseBrazil
HeinzUlrichOhio State University US
HellerMichal P.MPI for Gravitational PhysicsGermany
JankowskiJakubFaculty of Physics, Universiry of WarsawPoland
KovtunPavelUniversity of VictoriaCanada
Martinez GuerreroMauricioNorth Carolina State UniversityUSA
MooreGuyTechnische Universität DarmstadtGermany
NoronhaJorgeUniversity of Sao PauloBrazil
OllitraultJean-YvesIPhT SaclayFrance
PetersenHannahGoethe University/FIAS/GSIGermany
RezzollaLucianoInstitute for Theoretical PhysicsGermany
RischkeDirkGoethe UniversityGermany
RomatschkePaulCU BoulderUSA
SpalińskiMichałNational Centre for Nuclear ResearchPoland
StricklandMichaelKent State UniversityUnited States
SvenssonViktorNational Centre for nuclear researchPoland
van der ScheeWilkeUtrecht UniversityNetherlands
YanLiMcGill UniversityCanada