ZIMÁNYI SCHOOL'16

[Magdolna Zimányi (1934 - 2016)]
Magdolna Zimányi (1934 - 2016)

16. Zimányi

WINTER SCHOOL ON
HEAVY ION PHYSICS

Dec. 5. - Dec. 9.,
Budapest, Hungary
[József Zimányi (1931 - 2006)]
József Zimányi (1931 - 2006)

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Invitation

Dear Colleague,

We would like to invite you to participate in this School that aims to summarize the developments of 2016 in high energy heavy ion physics, with particular attention to the new data emerging from the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) and the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), SPS and J-PARC. We will discuss results from other high energy nuclear and particle physics facilities of the world, most importantly lower energy colliders, exploring the nuclear phase diagram (with special attention to FAIR and NICA). Another important point of the School is to discuss important new results in hydrodynamics, flow and femtoscopy. One of the main aims of the School is to encourage interaction between the theoretical and experimental community.

We are looking forward to the continuation of this series and hope to welcome our colleagues and friends in Hungary.

Location: The school will be held at the Wigner Research Center for Physics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. It is located on the "KFKI campus", in building no. 3. (see a map of the campus here, more details here). As currently planned, on Thursday the school is held at the Lágymányos Campus of the Eötvös University, in the "Northern Building" (see a map of the campus here, more details here).

Talks: Participants are encouraged to present their recent results in contributed talks. Please register on our website, giving us your name, institute and the talk title. If your contribution was not discussed with us before, please email us a brief abstract.

Students (BSc, MSc, PhD included) are particularly encouraged to attend the school (and their fee will be waived).

Looking forward to a stimulating and fruitful meeting,

M. Csanád
(for the Organizing Committee)

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