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DESCRIPTION:Title: \;Using Fluctuations to Explore QCD Phase Diagram\n\
nAbstract: \;Quantum Chromodynamics is one of the most remarkable theo
ries of Nature. Its mathematical foundations are concise\, yet the phenome
nology which the theory describes is broad and diverse. QCD phenomenology
at finite temperature and baryon number density is one of the least explor
ed regimes of the theory. Thermodynamic properties of QCD theory are most
readily expressed in terms of a phase diagram in the space of thermodynami
c parameters as T and &mu\;B. On the other hand\, the event-by event fluct
uations of suitably chosen observables in heavy ion collisions can tell us
about the thermodynamic properties of the hadronic system at freeze-out\,
as well as the thermodynamic properties at early time such as initial sta
te. In this thesis\, we are going to use fluctuations to study QCD phase s
tructure.\n\nBo Ling Defense Poster
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SUMMARY:Dissertation Defense: Bo Ling
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:** \;Using Fluctuations to Explore QCD Phase Diagram

\n**\n****Abstract:** \;Quantum Chromodynamics is one of th
e most remarkable theories of Nature. Its mathematical foundations are con
cise\, yet the phenomenology which the theory describes is broad and diver
se. QCD phenomenology at finite temperature and baryon number density is o
ne of the least explored regimes of the theory. Thermodynamic properties o
f QCD theory are most readily expressed in terms of a phase diagram in the
space of thermodynamic parameters as T and &mu\;B. On the other hand\, th
e event-by event fluctuations of suitably chosen observables in heavy ion
collisions can tell us about the thermodynamic properties of the hadronic
system at freeze-out\, as well as the thermodynamic properties at early ti
me such as initial state. In this thesis\, we are going to use fluctuation
s to study QCD phase structure.

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\nBo Ling Defense Poster

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