Titile: MAGIC- how Matter's extreme phases can be revealed in Gravitational wave observations and in relativistic heavy Ion Collision experiments
Speaker: Prof. Horst Stoecker (Former director of GSI and vice president of Frankfurt Uni.)
Moderator: Prof. Huang Mei
Time: 10:30, Nov. 12
Place: Room C305, IHEP Main Building
Relativistic collisions of neutron stars and heavy ions do both create exotic hot and dense QCD matter in the Universe, and in the Laboratory, respectively. The phase structure of this highly excited and compressed matter can be unravelled from the cosmic data and corresponding accelerator data by a consistent general relativistic fluid dynamical model, which predicts a strong sensitivity of the emitted gravitational wave signal to phase transitions in the EoS, in the kilo Hertz region, which corresponds to a strong anti-flow signal predicted at FAIR- CBM/HADES and RHIC-BES/STAR.
About the speaker:
2004 - today Senior Fellow, Member of the FIAS Board of Directors
2004 - 2006 Chief Executive Officer of FIAS
1985 - today Professor of Theoretical Physics at Goethe University
2000 - 2003 Vice President of the Goethe University
2007 - 2015 Scientific Director at GSI HelmholtzzentrumfürSchwerionenforschung GmbH
2008 - 2012 Vice President of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres and Research Area Coordinator "Structure of Matter"