- Yasushi Nara (Akita International University)
Dr Yi Yin (MIT)
The on-going heavy-ion collision experiments at RHIC is scanning the baryon-rich regime of the QCD phase diagram with an unprecedented precision that would potentially discover the QCD critical point, the landmark point in the phase diagram. On the theory front, conventional hydrodynamic modeling would not be sufficient for the critical point hunt. Instead, I will present a novel theoretical...
Dr Koichi Murase (Sophia University)
Recently the effects of hydrodynamic fluctuations, i.e., the thermal fluctuations of relativistic hydrodynamics, on flow observables in high-energy nuclear collisions are analyzed in event-by-event simulations by dynamical models. The statistics of the hydrodynamic fluctuations is usually determined by the fluctuation-dissipation theorem obtained in the global equilibrium. However, in...
Dr Masaru Hongo (Keio University)
Recently, there have been significant experimental progresses in observing and controlling spin-dependent bulk quantities in broad areas in physics such as relativistic heavy-ion collisions and spintronics. Although hydrodynamics is one of the most powerful theoretical frameworks to describe such macroscopic bulk quantities, its extension to a spinful fluid has not been fully developed,...