# 19th International Conference on Hadron Spectroscopy and Structure in memoriam Simon Eidelman

26-31 July 2021
Mexico City
Mexico/General timezone
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# Hadrons in hot and nuclear environment including hypernuclei-4

## Place

Location: Mexico City
Date: 28 Jul 09:00 - 10:46

## Conveners

• Dr. Escobedo Espinosa, Miguel Ángel (Instituto Galego de Física de Altas Enerxías)

## Timetable | Contribution List

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Type: Leading parallel Session: Hadrons in hot and nuclear environment including hypernuclei-4
Track: Hadrons in Hot and Nuclear Environment Including Hypernuclei
Abstract: The ALICE collaboration recently demonstrated that by combining excellent particle identification and a momentum correlation analysis method applied to pp and p-Pb collisions at LHC, it is possible to measure the strong interaction among hadrons with strange quarks and protons. In particular it was possible to measure with unprecedented precision all the proton-hyperon and proton-kaon in ... More
Presented by Prof. Laura FABBIETTI on 28/7/2021 at 14:00
Type: Parallel Session: Hadrons in hot and nuclear environment including hypernuclei-4
Track: Hadrons in Hot and Nuclear Environment Including Hypernuclei
We study the $p\Xi^-$ and the $\Lambda\Lambda$ correlation function employing recently constructed $N\Xi$-$\Lambda\Lambda$ coupled-channel HAL QCD potential. By solving the coupled-channel Schrödinger equation with including the Coulomb interaction, the coupled-channel effect on the $p\Xi^-$ and the $\Lambda\Lambda$ correlation function is discussed. We show that the barely unbound scenario of th ... More
Presented by Dr. Yuki KAMIYA on 28/7/2021 at 14:50
Type: Parallel Session: Hadrons in hot and nuclear environment including hypernuclei-4
Track: Hadrons in Hot and Nuclear Environment Including Hypernuclei
Quantum features of the baryon number fluctuations in subsystems of a hot and dense relativistic gas of fermions are analyzed. We find that the fluctuations in small systems are significantly increased compared to their values known from the statistical physics, and diverge in the limit where the system size goes to zero. The numerical results obtained for a broad range of the thermodynamic parame ... More
Presented by Mr. Rajeev SINGH on 28/7/2021 at 15:26
Type: Leading parallel Session: Hadrons in hot and nuclear environment including hypernuclei-4
Track: Hadrons in Hot and Nuclear Environment Including Hypernuclei
Recent results and future plans of the strangeness nuclear physics experiments at J-PARC are reviewed. A Sigma-proton scattering experiment (E40) was carried out, providing high-statistics Sigma+ p and Sigma- p cross sections. An emulsion experiment (E07) found several Lambda and Xi hypernuclear events. To investigate S=-2 systems, a Xi-atomic X-ray measurement (E03) and an H-dibaryon search (E42) ... More
Presented by Dr. Hirokazu TAMURA on 28/7/2021 at 14:25
Type: Parallel Session: Hadrons in hot and nuclear environment including hypernuclei-4
Track: Hadrons in Hot and Nuclear Environment Including Hypernuclei
In this presentation I will report on an ongoing project, attempting to simulate pA reactions in which the $\phi$ meson is produced in nuclei, making use of a transport approach [1]. Comparisons between obtained dilepton spectra and experimental data of the E325 experiment at KEK [2] will be made and an outlook for the ongoing E16 experiment at J-PARC will be given. [1] W. Cassing and E.L. Brat ... More
Presented by Dr. Philipp GUBLER on 28/7/2021 at 15:08
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