MEPhI Group on Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions

Group activities in different experiments
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PHENIX RHIC BNL USA
STAR RHIC BNL USA
ALICE LHC CERN Switzerland / France
NA61/SHINE SPS CERN Switzerland / France
HADES SIS18 GSI Germany
MPD NICA JINR Russia
BM@N Nuclotron JINR Russia
CBM SIS100 FAIR Germany
The physics of relativistic heavy-ion collisions is the main research topic of the group. The focus of the group is the analysis of experimental data collected by the heavy-ion experiments ALICE at CERN LHC, NA61/SHINE at CERN SPS, STAR and PHENIX at RHIC BNL, HADES at SIS18 GSI, SELEX at Tevatron Fermilab, and preparation for future experiments CBM at SIS100 FAIR and MPD at NICA JINR. Click the links above to learn more about the group involvement in these experiments.
Topic revision: r19 - 18 Aug 2017, IlyaSelyuzhenkov
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