報? 告?人：杜曉健? 博士后（西班牙加利西亞高能物理研究所）
主? 持 人：趙強? 研究員? （中國科學院高能物理研究所）
ZOOM：95185280479? /? ?123456
Non-equilibrium systems and their thermalization are omnipresent in nature. Quark-gluon plasma (QGP), a non-abelian plasma predicted by quantum chromodynamics (QCD) is of particular interest given that its equilibration occurs in nature only during the first few microseconds after the Big Bang. Relativistic heavy-ion collisions (HICs) are the only experiment that can produce this non-equilibrium QCD matter in the laboratory. We will talk about the thermalization of the QCD matter and its application in heavy-ion collision phenomenology. These include QCD turbulence, hydrodynamization and attractor in the thermalization of the QCD plasma, heavy quark thermalization, heavy quarkonium dynamic production, non-equilibrium di-lepton production, and quantum computing of non-equilibrium hard probes in the QCD medium.
Dr. Xiaojian Du obtained his B.S. degree from University of Science and Technology of China and his Ph.D. degree from Texas A&M University in the U.S. Then he became a postdoctoral research associate at Bielefeld University in Germany and currently at the Galician Institute of High Energy Physics in Spain. The speaker has been working on thermalization of various forms of the QCD matter, including both theoretical and phenomenological aspects.