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Welcome to Quark Matter 2018


Quark Matter 2018 -the XXVIIth International Conference on Ultra-relativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions- brings together physicists from around the world to discuss new developments in high energy heavy-ion physics. The focus is on the fundamental understanding of strongly-interacting matter at extreme conditions of high temperature and density, as formed in ultra-relativistic nucleus-nucleus collisions. In these conditions, which also characterised the early Universe, matter appears as a Quark-Gluon Plasma, with quarks and gluons not confined within hadrons.

Local and International Committees

Previous QM Conferences

The scientific topics addressed by this conference are:
  • QCD at high temperature
  • Initial state physics
  • Approach to thermal equilibrium
  • Correlations and fluctuations
  • Collective dynamics
  • Chirality, vorticity and polarisation effects
  • Jet modifications
  • Heavy flavour and quarkonium
  • Electromagnetic probes
  • High baryon density and search for the critical point
  • Collectivity in small systems
  • Theoretical developments
  • Future facilities and instrumentation

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CERN CCNU CNRS-IN2P3 EMMI GSI iThemba JINR NWO RIKEN-BNL SIF SINAP2 Tsinghua UNAM CAEN Cambridge IOP Springer