August 6, Monday (Bldg. 50 Auditorium)

Session III: Small-x and Diffraction

Anna Stasto (Penn State U.)

8:45 AM
Alessandro Polini (INFN Bologna)
Low-x QCD dynamics probed by multijets at HERA
9:05 AM
William Schmidke (MPI)
Inclusive diffraction and jet cross section at HERA
9:25 AM
Hannes Jung (DESY)
Vector meson and DVCS cross sections at HERA
9:45 AM
Thomas Ullrich (BNL)
Status of EIC/eRHIC project
10:10 AM
Eugene Levin (Tel Aviv U.)
Low-x and diffraction

10:35 AM
Open Discussions -  Refreshements provided

Yuri Kovchegov (Ohio State U.)

10:50 AM
Alfred Mueller (Columbia U.)
High parton density QCD
11:15 AM
Gavin Salam (U. Jussieu)
Matrix combination of BFKL and DGLAP
11:40 AM
Heribert Weigert (Ohio State U.)
Running coupling corrections in small-x evolution
12:05 PM
Ian Balitsky (U. Old Dominion)
NLO evolution of the color dipole
12:30 PM
Chung-I Tan (Brown U.)
High energy diffractive scattering and the pomeron from gauge/string duality

12:55 PM
Working Lunch

Session IV: Soft Interactions

Dan Cebra (UC Davis)

2:10 PM
David Muller (SLAC)
Measurements of e+e-->hadrons cross sections at BaBar
2:40 PM
Anna Galas (U. Krakow)
Particle production in DIS and photoproduction from ep collisions
3:00 PM
Brian Cox (U. Manchester)
FP420: Expanding the forward physics program at LHC
3:20 PM
Kai Schweda (U. Heidelberg)
Bulk properties of QCD matter at highest collider energies
3:40 PM Bedanga Mohanty (LBNL) Search for the effects of the QCD color factor in high energy collisions at RHIC

4:00 PM
Open Discussions - Refreshments provided

Tim Hallman (BNL)

4:10 PM
Tetsufumi Hirano (U. Tokyo)
Collective flow from a hydro+cascade approach
4:30 PM
Peter Seyboth (MPI)
Recent results from NA49 on Pb+Pb collisions at the CERN SPS
4:50 PM
Asis Chaudhuri (VECC)
Dissipative hydrodynamics
5:10 PM Takeshi Kodama (U. Rio de Janerio)
On the relativistic covariant approach to Langevin equation
5:30 PM Viacheslav Kuvshino (JIPN) Colour decoherence into white mixed states in QCD vacuum
5:50 PM
Elena Kokoulina (JINR)
High multiplicity study