A workshop organized jointly by the Wayne State Heavy Ion Group and the Jet Collaboration.
The goal of this 3-½ day satellite meeting is to review the most important new experimental measurements and theoretical breakthroughs presented at Quark Matter 2012, and to critically address the question whether a consistent picture of jet quenching has emerged. The workshop is intended to be slow paced, allowing sufficient time for discussions, as well as time to follow up on more technical aspects of the data analysis and theoretical calculations. The workshop will end with an extended discussion on what the latest results require in terms of interpretation and what new measurements might be necessary and to what precision, to advance our understanding of the underlying picture of jet modifications in heavy-ion collisions.
For more information about this workshop, visit the website: http://rhig.physics.wayne.edu/jetmeeting/