The 17th International Conference on QCD in Extreme Conditions (XQCD 2019) will be held in Tokyo from 24 to 26 June 2019. XQCD is a series of international workshop-style conferences, held annually, which aims to cover recent advances in the theory and phenomenology of QCD under extreme conditions of temperature and/or baryon density, together with related topics.
- QCD at finite temperature and density
- QCD in external fields
- Phase diagram of strongly interacting matter
- Properties of Quark-Gluon Plasma
- Heavy ion collision phenomenology
- Neutron stars
- Adam Bzdak (AGH UST), "Correlations and probability distributions in high-energy nuclear collisions"
- Tyler Gorda (Virginia), "The interpolation approach to dense QCD and neutron-star phenomenology"
- Goro Ishiki (Tsukuba), "Partial deconfinement"
- Jinfeng Liao (Indiana), "Novel transport phenomena with chirality, vorticity and magnetic field"
- Jun Nishimura (KEK), "Current status and perspectives of complex Langevin calculations in finite density QCD"
- Toshihiro Nonaka (CCNU), "Studying the QCD phase diagram in RHIC-BES at STAR"
- Arata Yamamoto (Tokyo), "Lattice with external fields and rotation"
- Yi Yin (MIT), "The QCD critical point hunt: new dynamic framework and first simulation results"
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Date Jun. 24th 9:00 - Jun. 26th 18:00 (JST)
Venue (map) Tokyo Campus University of Tsukuba 3-29-1 Otsuka Bunkyo-ku Tokyo 112-0012 Japan
Important dates May 12th : deadline for student support May 12th : deadline for abstract submission May 26th : deadline for registration