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Direct photons. Data review.

Direct photons. Data review.

Direct photons. Data review. Sergey Kiselev, ITEP Moscow Introduction Before QM’06 p+p: prompt γ A+B: experimental methods Subtraction method Momentum correlations method Internal conversion method QM’06 high-p t low-p t elliptic flow v 2 γ -h azimuthal correlation

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Direct Photon Production at RHIC

Direct Photon Production at RHIC

Direct Photon Production at RHIC. Tadaaki Isobe (CNS, Univ. of Tokyo) Heavy Ion Café 2007, Jan. 13th. Motivation for direct photon measurement. For study of the hot and dense matter created in relativistic heavy ion collisions. Direct photon: not from hadron decay.

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PHENIX measurement on direct photon production

PHENIX measurement on direct photon production

PHENIX measurement on direct photon production. Jiamin Jin Journal Club 07/12/2006. Outline. motivation direct photon in pp & AuAu (RUN2) -- hep-ex/0502006, nucl-ex/0503003 direct photon in AuAu (RUN4) extend to higher pT two analyses to improve on mid pT range

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Jet quenching and direct photon production

Jet quenching and direct photon production

Jet quenching and direct photon production. F.M. Liu 刘复明 Central China Normal University, China T. Hirano 平野哲文 University of Tokyo, Japan K.Werner University of Nantes, France Y. Zhu 朱燕 Central China Normal University, China Mainly based on arXiv: hep-ph/0807.4771v2.

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Jet quenching and direct photon production

Jet quenching and direct photon production. F.M. Liu 刘复明 Central China Normal University, China T. Hirano 平野哲文 University of Tokyo, Japan K.Werner University of Nantes, France Y. Zhu 朱燕 Central China Normal University, China Mainly based on arXiv: hep-ph/0807.4771v2.

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Jet quenching and direct photon production

Jet quenching and direct photon production

Jet quenching and direct photon production. F.M. Liu 刘复明 Central China Normal University, China T. Hirano University of Tokyo, Japan K.Werner University of Nantes, France Y. Zhu 朱燕 Central China Normal University, China arXiv: hep-ph/0807.4771v2.

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Direct photon production in heavy-ion collisions

Direct photon production in heavy-ion collisions

Direct photon production in heavy-ion collisions. Ben-Wei Zhang T-16, Los Alamos National Laboratory. Collaborator: Ivan Vitev. Motivations. Hard Probes: initial-state VS final-state. QGP signatures help to tell whether a new kind of matter is produced in heavy-ion collisions.

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Photon Production

Photon Production

Photon Production. Hisayuki Torii, RIKEN 2005 RHIC&AGS Annual User’s Meeting 2005/Jun/21. Outlines. Introduction Why photon? in p+p d+Au Au+Au Experiment Electro Magnetic Calorimeter Analysis and Results p+p , d+Au , and Au+Au Conclusion. Why Photon (p+p) ?.

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Direct photon interferometry

Direct photon interferometry

Direct photon interferometry. D.Peressounko RRC “Kurchatov Institute”. Outlook. Photons are special: Penetrating => Specific R(K T ) dependence Massless => Unusual R inv and l inv interpretation Rare => Strong background Experimental review Completed experiments

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Direct photon measurements

Direct photon measurements

Direct photon measurements. Kensuke Okada PHENIX FOCUS June 23, 2009. Origin. g. q. Compton. g. q. Diagrams of hard scattering. g. q. Annihilation. q. g. 20~10%. 80~90%. + thermal, fragmentation. Those contribution may become large in a hot and dense environment. Applications.

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