The Conference "RFBR Grants for NICA"

Europe/Moscow
Conference hall (VBLHEP, JINR, Dubna, RUSSIA)

Conference hall

VBLHEP, JINR, Dubna, RUSSIA

Victor Matveev (Director of JINR, Academician of the RAS) , Grigory Trubnikov (First Vice-Director of JINR, Academician of the RAS) , Vladimir Kekelidze (Acting Vice-Director of JINR for the NICA megascience project, Corresponding Member of the RAS) , Alexander Sorin (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
Description

The Conference "RFBR Grants for NICA"

will take place in Dubna, Russia
at the Veksler and Baldin LABORATORY OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS (VBLHEP)
of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR)

on October 20-23, 2020

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Participants
  • Adam Kisiel
  • Aleksandr Klyuev
  • Aleksandr Kovalenko
  • Aleksandr Svetlichnyi
  • Aleksey Bazhazhin
  • Aleksie Sheremetev
  • Alexander Ayriyan
  • Alexander Bychkov
  • Alexander Cheplakov
  • Alexander Ivashkin
  • Alexander Krylov
  • Alexander Molochkov
  • Alexander Mudrokh
  • Alexander Patrushev
  • Alexander Sorin
  • Alexander Zinchenko
  • Alexandra Friesen
  • Alexeii Kurepin
  • Alexey Guskov
  • Alexey Voronin
  • Alina Rakhmatullina
  • Anastasia Golubtsova
  • Anatoly Kolozhvari
  • Anatoly Kulikov
  • Anatoly L'vov
  • Andrey Moshkin
  • Anna Maksymchuk
  • Anna Radovskaya
  • Aref'eva Irina
  • Arkadiy Taranenko
  • Arpine Piloyan
  • Artem Roenko
  • Arthur Serazetdinov
  • Artyom Degtyarev
  • Asya Hunanyan
  • Bedangadas Mohanty
  • Boris Kerbikov
  • Cesar Ceballos
  • Danila Oleynik
  • Daria Prokhorova
  • David Blaschke
  • Denis Azarov
  • Denis Kuznedelev
  • Dim Idrisov
  • Dmitrii Dementev
  • Dmitrii Nesterov
  • Dmitry Blau
  • Dmitry Normanov
  • Dmitry Podgainy
  • Dmitry Zinchenko
  • Eduard Atkin
  • Eduard Boos
  • Eli Piasetzky
  • Elizaveta Nazarova
  • Evgeny Alexandrov
  • Evgeny Andronov
  • Evgeny Kryshen
  • Evgeny Zabrodin
  • Farkhat Valiev
  • Fedor Guber
  • Genis Musulmanbekov
  • Gennady Ososkov
  • Georgy Golovanov
  • Georgy Prokhorov
  • Grigory Feofilov
  • Grigory Nigmatkulov
  • Grigory Trubnikov
  • Hakob Khachatryan
  • Igor Alexandrov
  • Igor Altsybeev
  • Igor Denisenko
  • Igor Dremin
  • Igor Pelevanyuk
  • Igor Pshenichnov
  • Igor Rufanov
  • Ilya Kudrov
  • Ilya Segal
  • Ilya Selyuzhenkov
  • Irina Filozova
  • Isabel Domínguez
  • Itzhak Tserruya
  • Ivan Slepov
  • Ivonne Maldonado
  • Jean Cleymans
  • Julieta Drnoyan
  • Konstantin Gertsenberger
  • Konstantin Maslov
  • Kristina Rannu
  • Kristina Vokhmyanina
  • Larisa Bravina
  • Luciano Musa
  • Ludmila Malinina
  • Marco A Ayala Torres
  • Marek Gaździcki
  • Maria Apitonian
  • Maria Patsyuk
  • Marina Golubeva
  • Marina Usova
  • Maxim Martemianov
  • Mikhail Barabanov
  • Mikhail Kapishin
  • Mikhail Merkin
  • Mikhail Negodaev
  • Mikhail Shitenkov
  • Mikhail Zhabitsky
  • Natalia Baranova
  • Natalia Molokanova
  • Nikita Kozyrev
  • Nikita Prokofev
  • Nikita Sukhov
  • Nikolai Nikolaev
  • Nikolay Golubev
  • Nikolay Karpushkin
  • Nikolay Piskunov
  • Nikolay Topchiev
  • OLEG DALKAROV
  • Oleg Gavrishchuk
  • Oleg Golosov
  • Oleg Rogachevskiy
  • Oleg Teryaev
  • Olga Belova
  • Olga Kodolova
  • Or Hen
  • Pavel Batyuk
  • Pavel Ivanov
  • Pavel Slepov
  • Peter Klimai
  • Peter Parfenov
  • Peter Senger
  • Petr Kharlamov
  • Polina Nechaeva
  • Ramni Gupta
  • Rasuljon Kattabekov
  • Rene Bellwied
  • Roman Nepeyvoda
  • Roman Rogalyov
  • Roman Zhokhov
  • Sergei Gerasimov
  • Sergei Merts
  • Sergei Nemnyugin
  • Sergey Bulychjov
  • Sergey Suchkov
  • Stepan Shimanskiy
  • Tatiana Karavicheva
  • Tatiana Lazareva
  • Tatiana Tretyakova
  • Temur Enik
  • Tetyana Galatyuk
  • Uliana Dmitrieva
  • Vadim Babkin
  • Vadim Kolesnikov
  • Valentin Zakharov
  • Valerii Panin
  • Valeriy Polyanskiy
  • Valery Kondratev
  • Vasilisa LENIVENKO
  • Viacheslav Golovatyuk
  • Viacheslav Kulikov
  • Victor Braguta
  • Victor Matveev
  • Viktar Kireyeu
  • Viktor Klochkov
  • Viktor Riabov
  • Vinh Luong
  • Vitaly Bornyakov
  • Vitaly Shumikhin
  • Vladimir Andreev
  • Vladimir Baskov
  • Vladimir Elsha
  • Vladimir Kekelidze
  • Vladimir Kvardakov
  • Vladimir Ladygin
  • Vladimir Vechernin
  • Vladimir Zherebchevsky
  • Vladislav Panchenko
  • Vsevolod Popov
  • Yaroslav Klopot
  • Yuri B. Ivanov
  • Yuri Kalinovsky
  • Yuri Murin
  • Yuri Shatunov
  • Yuriy Uzikov
  • Yury Potrebenikov
  • Александр Воронин
    • 08:55 10:40
      Overview session https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      Convener: Itzhak Tserruya (Weizmann Institute of Science)
    • 10:40 11:00
      Coffee 20m
    • 11:00 11:50
      Openning session Conference hall, VBLHEP; https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      Conference hall, VBLHEP; https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      Convener: Victor Matveev (Director of JINR, Academician of the RAS)
      • 11:00
        Welcome 8m
        Speaker: Victor Matveev (Director of JINR, Academician of the RAS)
      • 11:08
        Welcome 7m
        Speaker: Grigory Trubnikov (First Vice-Director of JINR, Academician of the RAS)
      • 11:15
        Russian Foundation for Basic Research & Grant Programs and NICA Program 25m
        Speaker: Vladimir Kvardakov (Deputy Chairman of RFBR, corresponding Member of RAS, )
      • 11:40
        Welcome 10m
        Speaker: Vladimir Kekelidze (Acting Vice-Director of JINR for the NICA megascience project, Corresponding Member of the RAS)
    • 11:50 13:30
      Overview session https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      Convener: Vladimir Kekelidze (Acting Vice-Director of JINR for the NICA megascience project, Corresponding Member of the RAS)
    • 13:30 14:30
      Lunch 1h
    • 14:30 16:10
      Excursion to NICA construction site: NICA tour for RFBR delegation
    • 14:30 16:10
      Overview session https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      Convener: Adam Kisiel (Warsaw University of Technology)
      • 14:30
        Review of the CERN SPS heavy ion programmes 25m

        The talk briefly presents history, status, and plans of heavy ion programmes at the CERN SPS. The first measurements started in 1886 and they were concluded twenty years ago by the discovery of a new state matter. The second programme started in 1999 and led to observations of signals of the onset of deconfinement. The currently on-going programme is motivated by a possibility to discover the critical point of strongly interacting matter. An attempt to formulate priorities for future measurements which can be conducted, in particular, at JINR NICA — charm quarks versus the onset of deconfinement and detailed study of the onset of fireball — closes the talk.

        Speaker: Marek Gaździcki (CERN)
      • 14:55
        Review of the SPD program and detector 25m
        Speaker: Alexey Guskov (JINR)
      • 15:20
        The STAR Beam Energy Scan Program at RHIC 25m
        Speaker: Rene Bellwied (University of Houston)
      • 15:45
        RHIC – Beam Energy Scan Program: STAR Experimental Highlights 25m
        Speaker: Bedangadas Mohanty (NISER School of Physical Sciences, India)
    • 16:10 16:30
      Coffee 20m
    • 16:30 18:10
      Theoretical studies of the dense baryonic matter produced in heavy-ion collisions at NICA https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      Convener: Oleg Teryaev (JINR)
      • 16:30
        Polarization of elementary particles in heavy ion collisions as a manifestation of anomalies in quantum field theory 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40056

        Speaker: Valentin Zakharov
      • 16:55
        Lattice study of the properties of QCD in extreme conditions: temperature and density, rotation, magnetic field. 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40126

        Speaker: Victor Braguta (ITEP)
      • 17:20
        Nonequilibrium properties of quark-gluon matter at energies of the NICA collider 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40131

        Speaker: Igor Dremin
      • 17:45
        Investigation of parity nonconservation processes in the scattering of longitudinally polarized protons by a deuteron 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40092
        Tests of Fundamental Symmetries at NICA A feasibility of precision tests of the Standard Model and Beyond in polarization experiments at NICA will be reviewed with an emphasis on internal target experiments with precessing gorizontal polarization of stored protons and deuterons.

        Speaker: Nikolai Nikolaev (Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics)
    • 09:00 10:40
      Collectivity and correlations (collective flow and vorticity; HBT and correlations) https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      Convener: Adam Kisiel (Warsaw University of Technology)
      • 09:00
        Study of vorticity, directional flow and freezeout in A + A collisions at energies of the NICA collider 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40085

        Speaker: Larissa Bravina (University of Oslo (Norway))
      • 09:25
        Anisotropic collective flows and development of a technique for their measurement at the MPD facility of the NICA collider 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40086

        The goal of this project is to develop and deploy experimental measurement techniques for the azimuthal collective flow measurement with the MPD experiment at the NICA collider for different types of hadrons produced in nucleus-nucleus collisions. As a result of the project implementation a numerical modelling of the anisotropic collective flow based on the modern Monte-Carlo event generators of heavy-ion collisions with subsequent simulation of the realistic response of the MPD detector subsystems based on the GEANT platform and reconstruction algorithms build in the MPDROOT will be performed. A set of simulated heavy-ions collisions will be used for deploying of the existing and development of new algorithms for the measurement of the anisotropic collective flow which will utilize different combinations of the MPD detector subsystems.

        Speaker: Arkadiy Taranenko (NRNU MEPhI)
      • 09:50
        Investigation of the properties of strongly interacting matter at energies of the NICA collider using femtoscopy and factorial moments. 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40044
        Aim of the project (No 18-02-40044) is to study the collective effects and dynamics of quark-hadron phase transitions using femtoscopic correlations of hadrons and factorial moments of particle multiplicity utilizing the Multi-Purpose Detector (MPD) experiment at NICA. The correlation femtoscopy allows one to measure the space-time characteristics of particle production processes due to the effects of quantum statistics and final state in reactions. We report on the study of the simulated Au+Au and Bi+Bi collisions using UrQMD and vHLLE at NICA energies.
        Data analysis was performed using the software packages for femtoscopy and factorial moments analyses developed within the current project. The packages are integrated into the MPD software environment (MpdRoot).
        The estimated pion and kaon three-dimensional femtoscopic radii were obtained for the vHLLE+UrQMD (hydrodynamics with the cross over and the first-order phase transitions with hadronic rescattering as an afterburner) and for the UrQMD models (hadron gas transport approach). The influence of the two-particle detector effects such as track-splitting and track-merging on the two-particle correlation functions will be presented. Estimated pion femtoscopic radii are compared with the measurements from the STAR experiment. The factorial moments of particle multiplicities is a sensitive tool to look for the evidence of the change in the type of the phase transition. The sensitivity of s called factorial moments of particle multiplicity on the initial conditions and properties of nuclear matter equation of state will be discussed.

        Speaker: Ludmila Malinina (SINP MSU-JINR)
      • 10:15
        BM@N data analysis of a single nucleon and two-nucleon Short Range Correlations in nuclei 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40046
        I will review the current status of the project. I plan to emphasize the recent analysis of the quasi-free scattering of 48 GeV/c 12C ions from hydrogen, where the final and initial state interactions (FSI/ISI) are largely suppressed. The ground-state distribution of single nucleons is studied by detecting two protons at large angles in coincidence with an intact 11B nucleus. The 11B detection is shown to select the transparent part of the reaction and exclude the otherwise large ISI/FSI
        contribution that would break the 11B apart. By detecting the residual 10B and 11Be nuclei, we further identified SRC nucleon-nucleon pairs, and establish the separation of the pair wave-function from that of the residual system. All measured reactions are well described by theoretical calculations that do not contain ISI/FSI. Following the completion of the first analysis phase, a paper was prepared for publication. We plan now to continue analyzing the triple coincidence events with a recoil neutron and to study multi-track events. This is plan in parallel to preparation for the next run.

        Speaker: Maria Patsyuk (MIT)
    • 10:40 11:10
      Coffee 30m
    • 11:10 12:50
      Global characteristics of heavy-ion collisions at NICA https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      Convener: Viktor Riabov (PNPI)
      • 11:10
        Investigation of initial states and development of methods for their analysis in proton and nuclear collisions at energies of the NICA collider. 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40097

        Speaker: Grigory Feofilov (Saint-Petersburg State University)
      • 11:35
        Measurements of spectators with Forward Hadron Calorimeter in MPD/NICA experiment 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40065

        Speaker: Alexander Ivashkin (INR RAS, Moscow)
      • 12:00
        Properties of Spectator Matter in Nuclear Collisions at the NICA Collider 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40035

        Speaker: Igor Pshenichnov (Institute for Nuclear Research, Russian Academy of Sciences)
      • 12:25
        Measurements of centrality in nucleus-nucleus collisions at the BM@N experiment 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40081

        Speaker: Fedor Guber (INR RAS, Moscow)
    • 12:50 14:00
      Lunch 1h 10m
    • 14:00 16:05
      Theoretical studies of the dense baryonic matter produced in heavy-ion collisions at NICA https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      Convener: Oleg Teryaev (JINR)
      • 14:00
        Study of the signals of hot and dense nuclear matter in heavy ion collisions at the energies of the NICA complex using micro- and macroscopic models 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40084

        Speaker: Evgeny Zabrodin (Department of Physics, University of Oslo)
      • 14:25
        Investigation of dense baryonic matter by lattice quantum chromodynamics methods 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40130

        Speaker: Vitaly Bornyakov (IHEP, Protvino)
      • 14:50
        Investigation of the properties of nuclear matter under conditions of extreme temperatures and densities attainable at the energies of the NICA accelerator complex 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40137

        Speaker: Yuri Kalinovsky (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
      • 15:15
        Study of the phase diagram of dense quark-gluon plasma from the first principles of the theory, enhanced by machine learning methods 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40121

        Speaker: Alexander Molochkov (Pacific Quantum Center, Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU), Vladivostok, Russia)
      • 15:40
        Theoretical studies of the formation and properties of quark-gluon matter under conditions of high baryon densities attainable at the NICA experimental complex 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40069

        Speaker: Irina Arefieva (Steklov Mathematical Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences)
    • 16:05 16:25
      Coffee 20m
    • 09:00 10:40
      Calorimetry and electromagnetic probes https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      Convener: Itzhak Tserruya (Weizmann Institute of Science)
      • 09:00
        Optimization of registration and separation of particles in an electromagnetic calorimeter of the "Shashlyk" type with a projective 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40083

        Speaker: Gennady Britvich
      • 09:25
        The study of characteristics and calibration of the electromagnetic calorimeter for the NICA/MPD detector 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40079
        The electromagnetic calorimeter is the important part of the NICA / MPD detector in terms of solving fundamental problems in studying of the nuclear matter properties. The high-granularity electromagnetic calorimeter (ECal) of the Multi-Purpose Detector (MPD) at heavy-ion NICA collider is optimized to measure the spatial coordinates and energy of photons and electrons. The production of the calorimeter modules was started this year. This report presents the methods and results of testing and calibration of the ECal modules. A technique for measuring assemblies of calorimeter modules on cosmic muons was developed, which allows calibrating a large number of modules in a wide dynamic range during limited time. For the simultaneous calibration of 12 modules for each of 8 types of modules a special stand was designed and manufactured. The periodic measurement to selective quality control and determination of the main physical parameters of modules was proposed to carry out on an electron beam at various energies. For this purposes, an electron beam of S-25P synchrotron of the Lebedev Physics Institute has been approved. A secondary electron channels was commissioned on the bremsstrahlung photon beam and transported to the calibration area. The calibration measurements were started at the beginning of 2020 with electron beam using an assembly of calorimeter modules at energies from 30 to 300 MeV. A higher electron beam energies are under tests. The simulation programs for beam and cosmic tests were developed. The experimental results in comparison with simulated data are presented and discussed. This work was supported by RFBR grants No. 18-02-40079.

        Speaker: Maxim Martemianov (SRC “Kurchatov institute” - ITEP, 117218 Moscow, Russia)
      • 09:50
        Measurement of thermal photons and neutral mesons by registration of conversion e + e- pairs in the MPD experimental setup at the NICA collider. 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40045

        Speaker: Evgeny Kryshen (NRC "Kurchatov Institute", Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute)
      • 10:15
        Simulation of the electromagnetic calorimeter of the MPD detector and related tasks of the physics program of the NICA project 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40054

        Speaker: Viacheslav Kulikov (SRC "Kurchatov institute" - ITEP)
    • 10:40 11:10
      Coffee 30m
    • 11:10 12:50
      Precision tracking and the production of light hadrons, strangeness, hypernuclei, and heavy-flavor https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      Convener: Adam Kisiel (Warsaw University of Technology)
      • 11:10
        Event reconstruction and physics signal selection in the MPD experiment at NICA 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40060

        Speaker: Alexander Zinchenko (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
      • 11:35
        MPD prospects for the study of the strangeness production and strangeness-to-entropy ratio at NICA energies 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40041
        I will present the recent results of the feasibility study for the strangeness production and strangeness-to-entropy ratio with the MPD detector at NICA. Transverse momentum spectra and rapidity distributions for charged kaons, pions, and Lambda hyperons were reconstructed in central Au+Au interactions at several collision energies. The prospects of the study of the excitation function of the strangeness-to-entropy ratio at NICA energies will be discussed.

        Speaker: Vadim Kolesnikov (VBLHEP, JINR)
      • 12:00
        Study of production features, modeling and optimization of algorithms for reconstruction of short-lived hadron resonances in the MPD experimental setup at the NICA collider 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40038

        Speaker: Viktor Riabov (PNPI)
      • 12:25
        Study of the production of hyperons, strange mesons and the search for hypernuclei in the interactions of beams of carbon, argon and krypton in the BM@N experiment 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40036

        Speaker: Mikhail Kapishin (JINR, LHEP)
    • 12:50 14:00
      Lunch 1h 10m
    • 14:00 14:50
      Big data processing and species recognition https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      Convener: Viktor Riabov (PNPI)
      • 14:00
        Improvement of information systems for online and offline data processing of experimental installations of the NICA complex 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40125
        Acquiring, storing, processing and analyzing of experimental and simulated data are an integral part of high-energy physics experiments. These tasks are of particular importance in the experiments of the NICA megaproject due to the high interaction rate and particle multiplicity of ion collision events, therefore the task of automating the considered processes for the NICA complex is a very urgent topic. The report is devoted to the development of new information systems as well as a set of convenient information services for collaboration members to automate the storing and processing data and information on the experiments. The Geometry Information System and Online Electronic Logbook, which are on the final stage of the implementation, are presented. In addition, the design of the Condition Database and Event Metadata System, which are scheduled to be completed next year, are described in detail. The developing systems provide storing information required for event processing and physics analysis and organize a transparent, unified access and data management throughout the life cycle of the scientific researches in the NICA megaproject. One of the key aspects, the integration of the information systems into the experiment workflow is also shown.

        Speaker: Konstantin Gertsenberger (JINR)
      • 14:25
        Development and software implementation of optimal algorithms for event reconstruction, evaluation of the quality of event reconstruction and simulation of detector components in the BM@N experiment of the NICA project 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40104

        Speaker: Sergei Nemnyugin (Saint-Petersburg State University)
    • 14:50 18:10
      Parallel session I https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA_room3

      https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA_room3

      Conveners: Mikhail Kapishin (JINR, LHEP) , Pavel Batyuk (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
      • 14:50
        Development of the Vector Finder toolkit for track reconstruction in MPD ITS 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40060

        Speaker: Dmitry Zinchenko (JINR)
      • 15:10
        Evaluation of prospects for hypernuclei studies with MPD at NICA 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40060

        Speaker: Julieta Drnoyan
      • 15:30
        Performance evaluation of the upgraded BM@N setup for the strangeness production studies 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40036

        Speaker: Alexander Zinchenko (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
      • 15:50
        MPD ITS physical simulations status: focus on charmed probes with the MPD on charmed probes with the MPD 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40119

        Speaker: Valery Kondratev (Saint-Petersburg State University)
      • 16:10
        Coffee 20m
      • 16:30
        Physics with charmonia at SPD 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40061
        Production of charmonia states is a powerful probe of hadron structure. At the SPD experiment, it is considered as one of the main tools to probe the proton spin-dependent gluon distributions. The main disadvantage of this method is the theoretical ambiguity of the charmonia production mechanism. The talk will cover the prospects of the study and the validation of charmonia production mechanisms and measurements of polarization observables at SPD.

        Speaker: Igor Denisenko (JINR)
      • 16:50
        Software for track and vertex reconstruction for SPD experiment 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40061

        Speaker: Vladimir Andreev (LPI, Moscow)
      • 17:10
        Electron identification from dE/dx measurements in the MPD TPC 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40060

        Speaker: Igor Rufanov
      • 17:30
        Calibration and alignment tasks for MPD TPC 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40102

        Speaker: Alexander Bychkov (LHEP)
      • 17:50
        Event display for MPD detectors 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40102

        Speaker: Alexander Krylov
    • 14:50 18:10
      Parallel session II https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      Conveners: Grigory Nigmatkulov (National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute)) , Konstantin Gertsenberger (JINR)
      • 14:50
        Global Track and vertex reconstruction in SRC and argon beam BM@N experiment 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40104

        Speaker: Sergei Merts (JINR, LHEP)
      • 15:10
        Analysis of nucleus fragments in SRC run with BM@N setup 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40046

        Speaker: Valeri Panin
      • 15:30
        Quasi-elastic knock-out of the nucleon from short-range correlated NN pair in the reaction 12C(p,2pN)10A 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40046
        Theoretical model of the reaction $^{12}$C(p,2pN)$^{10}A$ is developed in the plane wave approximation assuming pole mechanism of quasi-elastic knock-out of the nucleon from the short-range correlated (SRC) NN-pair. Spectroscopic factors for two nucleons in a definte spin ($S$) and isospin ($T$) states in the $^{12}$C nucleus are calculated within the translationally-invariant shell model. High momentum part of the internal wave function of the NN-pair is replaced by the realistic wave function of the deuteron $(ST=10)$ or singlet ($^1S_0$) deuteron $(ST=10)$.Numerical calculations for distributions over momentum of the nucleon spectator and c.m. momentum of the NN-pair are performed at proton beam energy 4 GeV.

        Speaker: Yury Uzikov (Joint Institute for Nuclear Researches)
      • 15:50
        New Monte-Carlo generator of heavy ion collisions DCM-SMM and its usage for NICA mega project 20m
        Speaker: Genis Musulmanbekov (JINR, LIT)
      • 16:10
        Coffee 20m
      • 16:30
        Packages for data storage and femtoscopic analysis 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40044

        Speakers: Grigory Nigmatkulov (National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute)) , Pavel Batyuk (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
      • 16:50
        Development of algorithms of calibration of the time-of-flight system of the MPD 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40051

        Speaker: Aleksandr Klyuev (Belgorod State University)
      • 17:10
        Development of the Geometry Information System for the NICA experiments 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40125
        The report is dedicated to the Geometry Information System based on the Geometry Database, which is developed for the experiments of the NICA project. The feature of the NICA experiments is a similar approach to storing detector geometries and methods to use them, which employ ROOT or ASCII (.geo) formats and common interfaces of the FairRoot software developed by the FAIR collaboration. The main purpose of the system is to provide a centralized storage of detector geometries, which are actively used in detector simulation and data processing, convenient tools for managing geometry modules, and ensure versioning of the setup assemblies as a combination of the modules and additional support files. The unification of the Geometry Database allows to minimize the cost of creating and maintaining a geometry database for each experiment. The report shows the structure of the Geometry Database, access roles and its implementation features. An important part of any information system – interfaces, such as Application Programming Interface (API) and user-friendly Web interface, will be also presented.

        Speaker: Evgeny Alexandrov (JINR)
      • 17:30
        Development of computing infrastructure for distributed data processing for SPD experiment 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40061
        Projected high volume and rate of data that will be collected and produced by SPD experiment requires a special strategy for the organization of data processing (computing). Experience and technology level reached during the organization computing for LHC experiments should be, at least, taken into account for new HEP experiments which will produce a significant amount of data.
        In this talk, we are going to present the computing infrastructure for SPD experiment and describe an organization of a set of services that will help with the automation of data processing by managing data and calculation in a distributed environment.

        Speaker: Danila Oleynik (JINR LIT)
      • 17:50
        Integration of distributed heterogeneous computing resources for the MPD experiment with DIRAC Interware 20m

        RFBR grant: 18-02-40101
        Computing and storage resources are essential for effective Monte-Carlo generation. In JINR there are several different resources. Tier1 and Tier2 clusters, Govorun supercomputer, JINR Cloud, and NICA cluster as computing resources. EOS disk storage and dCache tape storage. To use all these resources individually users have to be aware of many details and differences between resources and keep track of load on all of them. DIRAC Interware was adopted, configured, and expanded to fulfill requirements to allow massive simultaneous Monte-Carlo generation for MPD. For a year the joint infrastructure was used via DIRAC to run successfully 380000 jobs with an average duration of 5 hours each. The use of DIRAC allowed unified data access, performance estimation, and accounting across all resources.

        Speaker: Igor Pelevanyuk (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
    • 14:50 18:10
      Parallel session III https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA_room2

      https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA_room2

      Conveners: Olga Kodolova (SINP MSU) , Viktor Riabov (PNPI)
      • 14:50
        Factorial moments in NICA MPD experiment 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40044

        Speaker: Olga Kodolova (SINP MSU)
      • 15:10
        What do anisotropic flow measurements can tell us about the matter created in the little bang at NICA? 20m

        RFBRgrant 18-02-40086

        Speaker: Peter Parfenov (MEPhI, Moscow)
      • 15:30
        The comparison of methods for anisotropic flow measurements with the MPD Experiment at NICA 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40086

        Speaker: Dim Idrisov (MEPhI)
      • 15:50
        New approach for centrality determination with FHCal in BM@N experiment 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40081

        Speaker: Nikolay Karpushkin (Institute for Nuclear Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences)
      • 16:10
        Coffee 20m
      • 16:30
        Neutral mesons and dielectrons 20m
        Speaker: Viktor Riabov (PNPI)
      • 16:50
        Feasibility study for the net-proton and net-kaon event-by-event fluctuations measurements with the MPD detector 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40041

        Speaker: Alexander Mudrokh (JINR)
      • 17:10
        Direct photon production in heavy-ion collisions at NICA and FAIR energies 20m

        RFBRgrant 18-02-40045
        We present calculations of direct photon yield in Au-Au collisions at center of mass energies between 5 and 11 GeV which are anticipated at future NICA and FAIR facilities. The calculations are based on UrQMD package with hybrid approach for description of the evolution of the collision and parameterizations of thermal radiation from electromagnetic interactions in hadron gas and quark-gluon plasma. The feasibility studies of direct photon measurements in MPD with ECal will be discussed.

        Speaker: Dmitry Blau (NRC "Kurchatov Institute")
      • 17:30
        TBA 40m
    • 09:00 10:15
      Big data processing and species recognition https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      Convener: Mikhail Kapishin (JINR, LHEP)
      • 09:00
        Supercomputer "Govorun" for the NICA megascience project 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40101

        Speaker: Dmitry Podgainy (JINR)
      • 09:25
        Development and improvement of methods and algorithms for modeling and reconstruction of data from BM@N and MPD experiments of the NICA project 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40102

        Speaker: Oleg Rogachevskiy (JINR)
      • 09:50
        Status of activity on calibration, matching, and identification of charged particles for the time-of-flight system of the MPD 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40051

        Speaker: Vadim Babkin (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
    • 10:15 11:05
      Development of detectors and detection methods for NICA experiments https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      Convener: Mikhail Kapishin (JINR, LHEP)
      • 10:15
        Development of a silicon track system for the BM@N experiment 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40113

        Speaker: Mikhail Merkin (SINP MSU)
      • 10:40
        Fast data-driven readout system for the wide aperture Silicon Tracking System of NICA-BM@N experiment 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40047
        BM@N experiment at Nuclotron is currently being upgraded in order to study the high-density nuclear equation-of-state in collisions between gold nuclei at beam energies 2– 4.5 AGeV. The measurement of high-multiplicity events at interaction rates up to 5 MHz requires the installation of four new tracking stations equipped with double-sided micro-strip silicon sensors, which have been developed for the CBM experiment at FAIR. Silicon Tracking System will comprise ~600 k channels with fast data driven readout electronics. Data acquisition system for the Silicon Tracking System of BM@N experiment should approve a new principle of data acquisition in a data driven mode, which will be used later in CBM. However, it should also operate with a trigger signal, provided by the trigger system of BM@N experiment. For this task a readout system, which is capable to work both in trigger and self-trigger modes and is adopted for the requirements of BM@N experiment, is developing in a close collaboration with CBM group.

        Speakers: Alexander Voronin (SINP, Moscow) , Dmitrii Dementev (JINR LHEP)
    • 11:05 11:30
      Coffee 25m Conference hall

      Conference hall

      VBLHEP, JINR, Dubna, RUSSIA

    • 11:30 13:10
      Development of detectors and detection methods for NICA experiments https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      Convener: Vadim Kolesnikov (VBLHEP, JINR)
      • 11:30
        Internal tracking system based on monolithic active pixel sensors ALPIDE for studying the formation of charmed particles in collisions of relativistic heavy ions at the NICA-MPD facility 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40119

        Speaker: Yuri Murin (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (RU))
      • 11:55
        Detection methods and data analysis for silicon pixel vertex detectors for the experimental set-ups of the NICA complex 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40075

        Speaker: Vladimir Zherebchevsky (Saint-Petersburg State University)
      • 12:20
        Development of data concentration method and its implementation in radiation-hard CMOS application specific integrated circuit 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40093

        Speaker: Atkin Eduard (NRNU MEPhI)
      • 12:45
        Studying periphery of the nucleon in diffractive scattering at SPD 25m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40061

        Speakers: Anatoly L'vov (P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute) , Oleg Dalkarov (LPI)
    • 13:10 14:20
      Lunch 1h 10m
    • 14:20 18:00
      Parallel session IV https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA_room3

      https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA_room3

      Convener: Yuri Murin (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (RU))
      • 14:20
        Status of HIC assembly preparations in Russia and China 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40119
        The MPD detector will be equipped with a high-resolution, ultra-light Inner Tracking System (MPD-ITS) consisting of five concentric layers of Monolithic Active Pixel Sensors (MAPS), divided into a 3-layers Inner Barrel and a 2-layers Outer Barrel. The Inner Barrel will be based on the next generation of MAPS currently under development by the ITS3 project of the ALICE collaboration at CERN, while the Outer Barrel will be based on the same ALPIDE MAPS used during the upgrade of the ALICE-ITS for its own Outer Barrel. The different stages of the MPD-ITS construction will be carried out as part of a collaboration between institutions from Russia (JINR, SPbSU, MSU) and China (CCNU, IMPh, USTC), with assembly sites in both countries. The presentation will provide an overview of the detector's assembly process with a particular emphasis on the assembly of the Hybrid Integrated Circuits (the basic modules of the tracking system) and its current status towards the production readiness.

        Speaker: Aleksie Sheremetev (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
      • 14:40
        Progress in design and production of ultra-light mechanics for the MPD ITS and its integration scenario with the MPD TPC 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40119

        Speaker: Alexey Voronin (JINR LHEP)
      • 15:00
        Front-end readout electronics for BM@N STS 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40047
        The Silicon Tracking System (STS) of BM@N experiment will be based on modules with double-sided microstrip silicon sensors, which have been developed for the CBM experiment at FAIR. STS will comprise ~600k channels with a fast data-driven readout electronics based on STSXYTER ASIC. ASIC was tested and characterized. A dedicated front-end board with 8 ASICs adopted for the integrational requirements of BM@N experiment was developed.

        Speaker: Mikhail Shitenkov (JINR)
      • 15:20
        Bonding test procedure developed for the assembly of BM@N STS modules 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40047
        The Silicon Tracking System (STS) of BM@N experiment will be based on modules with double-sided microstrip silicon sensors, which have been developed for the CBM experiment at FAIR. Each module consists of a double-sided sensor, two front-end boards with 8 ASICs each and a set of low-mass aluminum microcables. During the module assembly microcables are Tab-bonded to the sensor and readout ASICs. Each module has 1024 channels on both sides. For the quality assurance of the bonding parameters a dedicated procedure based on the noise per channel measurements in a Pogo-Pin test circuit was developed.

        Speaker: Anatoly Kolozhvari (JINR)
      • 15:40
        Coffee 20m
      • 16:00
        Status of the BM@N STS module assembly 20m

        RFBR grants 18-02-40047 and 18-02-40113
        BM@N experiment at Nuclotron in Dubna is currently being upgraded for a study of dense nuclear matter in heavy ion collisions. One of the major upgrades is a new hybrid tracking system consisting of four large-aperture Silicon Tracking Stations (STS) and seven GEM planes. STS is based on modules equipped with double-sided microstrip silicon sensors developed for the FAIR/CBM experiment. The BM@N STS consist of 292 silicon modules. Original technological workflow and first results of the module assembly for the BM@N STS developed by the JINR working group at VB LHEP are presented.

        Speaker: Nikita Sukhov (JINR)
      • 16:20
        Progress in preparations for the BM@N STS ladder assembly 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40113

        Speaker: Vladimir Elsha (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (RU))
      • 16:40
        Laser setup for quality assurance of BM@N silicon tracking modules 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40113

        Speaker: Petr Kharlamov (SINP MSU, LHEP JINR)
      • 17:00
        The studies of the monolithic active pixel sensors characteristics and investigations of new ultra-lightweight support and cooling carbon-fiber structures with high radiation transparency for MPD vertex detector 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40075

        Speaker: Dmitrii Nesterov (St Petersburg State University)
      • 17:20
        TBA 40m
    • 14:20 17:40
      Parallel session V https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA_room2

      https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA_room2

      Convener: Alexey Guskov (JINR)
      • 14:20
        SPD Range (muon) System 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40061
        The Range System (RS) is one of the essential detectors of the SPD installation, which is currently under preparation for the second interaction point of NICA collider. RS provides identification of muons and can also be used as a coarse hadronic calorimeter. The SPD Range System design and geometry modeling are presented as well as main results of the RS prototype tests.

        Speaker: Georgy Golovanov (DLNP JINR)
      • 14:40
        Beams of the LPI synchrotron "Pakhra" for calibration of NICA detectors 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40061, 18-02-40079

        Speaker: Vladimir Baskov (P N Lebedev Physical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences)
      • 15:00
        MiniSPD testing facility 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40061
        MiniSPD is an installation for cosmic muon tests of all types of the detectors that will be used in the SPD setup. It includes the scintillator-based trigger system, straw, silicon and GEM trackers, modules of the electromagnetic calorimeter and the lead filter to remove the soft component of cosmic rays. It will be used for the measurement of such important parameters as spatial and time resolution, efficiency, drift characteristics, amplification etc. Data acquisition, slow control and online monitoring systems could also be tested there.

        Speaker: Temur Enik (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (RU))
      • 15:20
        Hyperons in Bi+Bi collisions at MPD-NICA: Preliminary analysis of production at generation, simulation and reconstruction level 20m
        Speaker: Ivonne Maldonado (Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa)
      • 15:40
        Coffee 20m
      • 16:00
        Clusters of cold dense nuclear matter and their registration with the MPD vertex detector 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40075

        Speaker: Vladimir Vechernin (St. Petersburg State University)
      • 16:20
        Developments of the new algorithms and data analysis methods for charge particles track identification with using monolithic active pixel sensors 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40075

        Speaker: Alina Rakhmatullina (SPbSU)
      • 16:40
        Telescope system for the characterization and qualification of the monolithic active pixel sensors 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40075

        Speaker: Nikita Prokofev (SPbSU)
      • 17:00
        Electromagnetic caalorimeter prototype in the SPD experiment 20m

        The energetic and time response of electromagnetic calorimeter prototypes and the features of technological solutions used in the development of the investigated calorimetric modules are presented. The energy and time resolution of the prototype was measured in cosmic rays. The dependence of the calorimeter response on temperature and the possibility of signal stabilization due to thermal compensation of the operating voltage of the photodiodes are shown.

        Speaker: Oleg Gavrischuk (JINR)
      • 17:20
        Silicon detector quality control demonstrator in LPI Moscow 20m

        Status and updates News about LPI Moscow setup for pixel modules testing.

        Speaker: Polina Nechaeva (Lebedev Physical Institute)
    • 14:20 18:00
      Theoretical studies of the dense baryonic matter produced in heavy-ion collisions at NICA: Parallel session V https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      Convener: Oleg Teryaev (JINR)
      • 14:20
        Quantum-field effects of acceleration and vorticity in QCD: polarization, geometry and statistics 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40056

        Speaker: George Prokhorov (Dubna, BLTP)
      • 14:40
        Holographic studies of a heavy quark motion in rotating quark-gluon plasma 20m
        Speaker: Anastasia Golubtsova (Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
      • 15:00
        Quantum fields in Keldysh-Schwinger diagram technique and semiclassical expansion 20m
        Speaker: Anna Radovskaya
      • 15:20
        Spin polarization in relativistic heavy-ion collisions (at NICA) 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40085
        A brief review of theoretical studies of polarization in collisions of relativistic heavy ions with an emphasis on the NICA energies is given. The current state of research within the framework of the RFBR grant No. 18-02-40085 is described in the context of the modern state-of-the-art.

        Speaker: Yuri B. Ivanov (BLTP JINR)
      • 15:40
        Coffee 20m https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

        https://meet3.interprocom.ru/RFBR_NICA

      • 16:00
        Lattice study of the confinement/deconfinement phase transition in SU(3)-gluodynamics in rotating frames 20m

        RFBR grant 18-02-40126
        The influence of the rotation on the confinement/deconfinement phase transition in SU(3)-gluodynamics was investigated using the Monte-Carlo lattice simulations. The calculations have been performed in rotating reference frame, where the rotation is introduced using an external gravitational field. To study the confinement/deconfinement transition the Polyakov loop and its susceptibility have been computed for various values of the temperature and angular velocity. The obtained results show that the critical temperature of the confinement/deconfinement phase transition in SU(3)-gluodynamics increases with a growth in the angular velocity. It is shown that this effect does not depend on the lattice size and boundary conditions used.

        Speaker: Artem Roenko (JINR, BLTP)
      • 16:20
        Phase diagram structure and kaon-to-pion ratios in the entanglement SU(3) PNJL model in Breit-Wigner and Beth-Uhlenbeck approaches 20m

        Within the three-flavor PNJL and EPNJL chiral quark models we have obtained pseudoscalar meson properties in quark matter at finite temperature $T$ and baryochemical potential $\mu_B$.
        We compare the meson pole (Breit-Wigner) approximation with the Beth-Uhlenbeck (BU) approach that takes into account the continuum of quark-antiquark
        scattering states when determining the partial densities of pions and kaons.
        We evaluate the kaon-to-pion ratios along the (pseudo-)critical line in the $T-\mu_B$ plane as a proxy for the chemical freezeout line, whereby the variable
        $x=T/\mu_B$ is introduced that corresponds to the conserved entropy per baryon as initial condition for the heavy-ion collision experiments.
        We present a comparison with the experimental pattern of kaon-to-pion ratios within the BU approach and using $x$-dependent pion and strange quark potentials.
        A sharp "horn" effect in the energy dependence $K^+/\pi^+$ ratio is explained by the enhanced pion production at energies above $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=8$ GeV, when
        the system enters the regime of meson dominance.
        This effect is in line with the enhancement of low-momentum pion spectra that is discussed as a precursor of the pion Bose condensation and entails the
        occurrence of a nonequilibrium pion chemical potential of the order of the pion mass.
        We elucidate that the horn effect is not related to the existence of a critical endpoint in the QCD phase diagram. in the QCD phase diagram.

        Speaker: Alexandra Friesen (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)
      • 16:40
        Fluctuation phenomena in the precritical region 20m

        The most interesting region of the QCD phase diagram lies close to the critical temperature at finite quark density. When the temperature is approaching the critical one from above the strong fluctuation regime sets in. We reveal and analyze the unusual behavior of the transport coefficients under the impact of fluctuations. These include the bulk viscosity, speed and attenuation of the sound, soft photon emissivity and some others.

        Speaker: Boris Kerbikov (ITEP and Lebedev)
      • 17:00
        Holographic model for anisotropic QGP with external magnetic field 20m

        We discuss influence of anisotropy caused by external magnetic field on holographic description of hot dense anisotropic quark-gluon plasma. For this purpose we generalize previous anisotropic solution obtained in AdS5/CFT4 (JHEP 05, 206 (2018), PLB 792, 470 (2019)).

        Speaker: Kristina Rannu (Academic Research Institute of Gravitation and Cosmology, Peoples Friendship University of Russia (RUDN))
      • 17:20
        Holographic Anisotropic Model with Confinement-Deconfinement Phase Transition for Light and Heavy Quarks 20m

        We present a 5-dimensional anisotropic holographic model for light and heavy quarks supported by Einstein-dilaton-two-Maxwell action. This model generalizes isotropic (arXiv:1506.05930, 1703.09184) and anisotropic (arXiv:1802.05652, 1808.05596 ) holographic backgrounds that are characterized by a Van der Waals-like phase transition between small and large black holes.

        Speaker: Pavel Slepov (MSU)
      • 17:40
        Stability of shock waves in anisotropic hydrodynamics 20m

        Hot and dense hadronic matter created in the early stages of relativistic heavy-ion collisions has strong spatial anisotropy. The rapid expansion of matter along the beam-axis in the first moments after the collision leads to a strong drop in the ratio of longitudinal and transverse pressures. One of the hydrodynamic descriptions of such a system is the anisotropic approach, in which the anisotropy parameter is explicitly introduced for the one-particle distribution function.
        The question of how to generate shock waves in a quark-gluon plasma is still open, but it is clear that they exist in such a medium, that is very well described by hydrodynamic equations. Shock waves are closely related to the jet quenching effect and hadronization; therefore, it is especially interesting to study them in the context of anisotropic system. Registration of shock waves in matter created in relativistic collisions of heavy nuclei directly depends on the degree of their stability. The stability of shock waves has not yet been studied for anisotropic hydrodynamics.
        The purpose of this report is to highlight the problem of shock wave stability in anisotropic relativistic hydrodynamics. The influence of small perturbations on the behavior of the discontinuity surface will be considered, and the dependence of this behavior on the anisotropy parameter will also be studied.

        Speaker: Aleksandr Kovalenko (Lomonosov Moscow State University)