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DESCRIPTION:Title: \; \;Towards understanding QCD phase diagram fro
m fluctuations of conserved charges\n\nAbstract: \; \;Fluctuations
of conserved charges like baryon number and strangeness are important obs
ervables to understand the nature and interactions between the degrees of
freedom in different phases of QCD. The higher order fluctuations are part
icularly important to get information on the location of \;possible QC
D critical end-point and to understand the interplay between fluctuations
and non-trivial topological properties in QCD. In this talk I will highlig
ht the recent theoretical and algorithmic developments made in lattice gau
ge theory in calculating the higher moments of conserved charges. I will a
lso discuss how the lattice data on fluctuations and correlations of diffe
rent conserved charges could be used for determining the curvature of the
freezeout line and to constraint the possible location of \;critical e
nd-point in the QCD phase diagram and understand the nature and interactio
ns among quasi-particles across the chiral crossover transition in QCD.\n\
nHEP Nov16 flyer
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SUMMARY:High Energy Physics Seminar: Dr. Sayantan Sharma\, BNL
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:** \; \;Towards understanding QCD phase diagram from fluct
uations of conserved charges

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\n**Abstract:**&nbs
p\; \;Fluctuations of conserved charges
like baryon number and strangeness are important observables to understan
d the nature and interactions between the degrees of freedom in different
phases of QCD. The higher order fluctuations are particularly important to
get information on the location of \;possible QCD critical end-point
and to understand the interplay between fluctuations and non-trivial topol
ogical properties in QCD. In this talk I will highlight the recent theoret
ical and algorithmic developments made in lattice gauge theory in calculat
ing the higher moments of conserved charges. I will also discuss how the l
attice data on fluctuations and correlations of different conserved charge
s could be used for determining the curvature of the freezeout line and to
constraint the possible location of \;critical end-point in the QCD p
hase diagram and understand the nature and interactions among quasi-partic
les across the chiral crossover transition in QCD.

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EP Nov16 flyer

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