26-31 July 2021
Mexico City
Mexico/General timezone
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Hadrons in Hot and Nuclear Environment Including Hypernuclei

Exploring bulk QGP properties through high-pt theory and data


  • Dr. Magdalena DJORDJEVIC

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With a proper description of high-pt parton-medium interactions, rare high-pt probes can become a powerful tool for inferring bulk QGP properties. We thus developed a fully optimized computational framework DREENA, which combines the dynamical energy loss formalism with bulk medium evolutions. As a bulk QGP tomography example, we show that high-pt RAA and v2 predictions are sensitive to the early expansion dynamics, where the data prefer delayed onset of energy loss and transverse expansion.