W3 + W5 Common Session
- Carlota Andres (CPHT, École polytechnique)
- Isobel Kolbe (IGFAE)
- Małgorzata Janik (Warsaw University of Technology)
- Andreas Morsch (CERN)
Two-particle correlations are emerging as powerful tools for studying the medium produced in heavy-ion collisions. In particular, two-particle transverse momentum correlations enable measurements of the collision dynamics sensitive to momentum currents. Their evolution with collision multiplicity, as proxy of the system lifetime, gives information about the specific shear viscosity, $\eta/s$,...
The very forward energy, measured at large rapidities, is a powerful tool for characterising proton fragmentation in pp and p–Pb collisions. The correlation of forward energy with particle production at midrapidity gives direct insights into the initial stages of high-energy hadronic collisions.
The forward energy can also be studied in relation with the large transverse momentum particles...
Correlations between charged particles provide important insight about the hadronization process. The analysis of the momentum difference between charged hadrons in pp, p-lead, and lead-lead collisions of various energies is performed in order to study the dynamics of hadron formation. The spectra of correlated hadron chains are explored and compared to the predictions based on the quantized...