- Conference date: 6–11 October 2008
- Location: Charlottesville (Virginia)
The Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) has brought the study of spin effects in hadronic collisions to a new energy regime. In conjunction with other experiments at facilities around the world, much can be learned from the high‐energy polarized proton collisions RHIC provides, allowing the collider to serve as a powerful tool to continue to understand the rich subtleties and surprises of spin effects in QCD, some of which were originally discovered more than three decades ago.
- Relativistic heavy ion collisions
- Collision spin effects
- Hadron reactions
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