Workshop on Transport Theory in Heavy Ion Collisions (2013)
Goal of the Workshop
The goal of the workshop is to collect the current status of different hadron and parton transport approaches and to define open questions concerning e.g. the importance of multi-particle collisions, microscopic treatment of hadronization, self-consistent connection to potentials and fields, medium modification of particle properties. In addition, more technical questions in terms of implementation of the collision criterion, different ensemble techniques and their advantages and disadvantages, causality problem, ... shall be discussed.
- H. Petersen
- M. Bleicher
- E. Bratkovskaya
- P. Huovinen
Question to be addressed
- Which degrees of freedom are treated?
- Purely classical or are quantum effects treated?
- Are more than binary collisions treated? If yes, how?
- How is the high density phase treated?
- Are resonances/quasi-particles modified by the medium? If yes, how?
- How is hadronization treated, if at all?
- Where do you see the biggest challenges for the future?
- Which programming language? And why?
- How is the particle list organized? Which ensemble technique is used?
- How is the time ordering of collisions achieved, which collision criterion is used?
Location and Accommodation
The workshop will be held from July 15-17th 2013 at Martin-Niemoeller-Haus in Schmitten, Germany. It is located roughly 35 minutes by car from Frankfurt airport in the Taunus. Surrounded by smaller mountains like the Feldberg and nice forest we expect a great working atmosphere.
Cost for accommodation in single rooms is: ~50 EUR per night
The hotel can be paid by VISA or Mastercard (no American Express).
We will take care of booking the rooms for you according to the arrival/departure information provided in the registration.
How to get there
Information in german by the Martin-Niemöller-Haus can be found here.
From the airport:
1) S- Bahn S8/9 direction Frankfurt City to 'Hauptwache' ~15 minutes
2) U-Bahn (subway) U3 from 'Hauptwache' to the end station 'Oberursel Hohemark' ~45 minutes
3) Bus number 50 direction 'Graevenwiesbach' to the stop 'Schmitten-Arnoldshain Forsthaus' ~15 minutes
From the main train station ('Hauptbahnhof'):
1) Any S-Bahn direction south or east Frankfurt to the station 'Hauptwache' ~3 minutes
Steps 2) and 3) as mentioned above.
You can check timetables for the route from 'Flughafen Regionalbahnhof' to 'Arnoldshain-Forsthaus' here.
If you arrive late in the evening or need to catch a flight in the early morning or public transport is inconvenient for any other reason, please send us an email to transport2013_at_fias.uni-frankfurt.de with your arrival and departure details (flight/train number and time). According to your needs, we will arrange transportation from the airport, train station or 'Oberursel Hohemark'.
Address: Am Eichwaldsfeld 3, 61389 Schmitten
If you plan to take a taxi from the airport, there is the option to get a flat rate of 70 EUR per ride, if we organise it ahead via the Martin-Niemöller-Haus.
Please contact the taxi company 'Albert' directly by phone +49-6082-4444 and mention the workshop at the Martin-Niemöller-Haus, if you want to reserve one.
The fee covers all local expenses and is: 150 EUR
The fee has to be paid by bank transfer before the meeting (deadline July 10th 2013) to this account:
Account holder name: FIAS
Account number: 0444224 00
Routing number: 50070010
Please make sure to indicate your name and the workshop identifier 'TRASA' on the transfer.
If you do not have a bank account in Europe, it will be possible to pay the fee in cash at the conference site to avoid large bank transfer fees.
The program will consist of 2 1/2 days starting on Monday morning until Wednesday afternoon. One additional discussion sessions of 1 ½ hours length is foreseen.
A list of participants can be found here.
A second workshop dedicated to our present understanding of sampling particles on a fluid-Cooper Frye hypersurface will be held from July 18th-20th 2013 at the same location. Please adjust the departure dates in your registration email accordingly, if you plan to attend the second workshop as well.