Workshop ’Exploring Quark-Gluon Plasma through soft and hard probes’

The international workshop ’Exploring Quark-Gluon Plasma through soft and hard probes’ opens at the SASA Grand Hall, on Monday, 29 May, at 9 a.m.

The workshop will be held at the SASA Palace, from 29 – 31 May.

The workshop agenda focuses on the study of the properties of quark–gluon plasma (QGP), a new state which exists in extremely high temperatures, in which quarks and gluons turn free. It is believed that this state of matter existed immediately following the Big Bang, while nowadays, it is produced in heavy ion relativistic collisions in RHIC and LHC experiments. It is widely accepted that QGP was discovered in these experiments, with the current challenge being the study of its properties, which the Workshop covers. The Workshop is predominantly funded by the ERC project titled ‘ QGP Tomography’. It will bring together leading world researchers in Belgrade, offer discussion opportunities for experimental and theoretical communities, and examine the most recent developments in this field.

A live stream of the event from the SASA Grand Hall is available at