`2020-10-14 16:15:00``2020-10-14 17:15:00``Nuclear Physics Seminar - Matthew Luzum (University of São Paulo, Brazil) - Probing the Initial State of Heavy-ion Collisions with pT-dependent Flow Fluctuations``In a relativistic heavy-ion collision, the connection between initial-state geometry and final anisotropic flow can be quantified through a well-established mapping between pT -integrated flow harmonics and cumulants of the initial transverse energy distribution. In this seminar, I show that this can be extended to also include pT -differential flow. In doing so, we find that subleading principal components of anisotropic flow can reveal previously unobserved details of the hydrodynamic response, in both the linear and the nonlinear regimes. Additionally, I show that they provide novel information on the small-scale structures present in the initial stage of relativistic heavy-ion collisions. Zoom link: https://osu.zoom.us/j/97708969589?pwd=eGFuTFQ3WUwzS0pGczJDSU1UeUo3UT09 Passcode (if required) : 151822``Zoom seminar``OSU ASC Drupal 8``ascwebservices@osu.edu``America/New_York``public`

`2020-10-14 16:15:00``2020-10-14 17:15:00``Nuclear Physics Seminar - Matthew Luzum (University of São Paulo, Brazil) - Probing the Initial State of Heavy-ion Collisions with pT-dependent Flow Fluctuations``In a relativistic heavy-ion collision, the connection between initial-state geometry and final anisotropic flow can be quantified through a well-established mapping between pT -integrated flow harmonics and cumulants of the initial transverse energy distribution. In this seminar, I show that this can be extended to also include pT -differential flow. In doing so, we find that subleading principal components of anisotropic flow can reveal previously unobserved details of the hydrodynamic response, in both the linear and the nonlinear regimes. Additionally, I show that they provide novel information on the small-scale structures present in the initial stage of relativistic heavy-ion collisions. Zoom link: https://osu.zoom.us/j/97708969589?pwd=eGFuTFQ3WUwzS0pGczJDSU1UeUo3UT09 Passcode (if required) : 151822``Zoom seminar``Department of Physics``physics@osu.edu``America/New_York``public`In a relativistic heavy-ion collision, the connection between initial-state geometry and final anisotropic flow can be quantified through a well-established mapping between pT -integrated flow harmonics and cumulants of the initial transverse energy distribution. In this seminar, I show that this can be extended to also include pT -differential flow. In doing so, we find that subleading principal components of anisotropic flow can reveal previously unobserved details of the hydrodynamic response, in both the linear and the nonlinear regimes. Additionally, I show that they provide novel information on the small-scale structures present in the initial stage of relativistic heavy-ion collisions.

Zoom link: https://osu.zoom.us/j/97708969589?pwd=eGFuTFQ3WUwzS0pGczJDSU1UeUo3UT09

Passcode (if required) : 151822