Hannah Elfner (Petersen)
Hannah Elfner (Petersen)
Professor for theoretical physics, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main and GSI Helmholtz Center for
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Fully integrated transport approach to heavy ion reactions with an intermediate hydrodynamic stage
H Petersen, J Steinheimer, G Burau, M Bleicher, H Stöcker
Physical Review C—Nuclear Physics 78 (4), 044901, 2008
Particle production and equilibrium properties within a new hadron transport approach for heavy-ion collisions
J Weil, V Steinberg, J Staudenmaier, LG Pang, D Oliinychenko, J Mohs, ...
Physical Review C 94 (5), 054905, 2016
Translation of collision geometry fluctuations into momentum anisotropies in relativistic heavy-ion collisions
GY Qin, H Petersen, SA Bass, B Müller
Physical Review C—Nuclear Physics 82 (6), 064903, 2010
Triangular flow in event-by-event ideal hydrodynamics in AuAu collisions at GeV
H Petersen, GY Qin, SA Bass, B Müller
Physical Review C—Nuclear Physics 82 (4), 041901, 2010
Multisystem Bayesian constraints on the transport coefficients of QCD matter
D Everett, W Ke, JF Paquet, G Vujanovic, SA Bass, L Du, C Gale, ...
Physical Review C 103 (5), 054904, 2021
Initial state fluctuations and final state correlations in relativistic heavy-ion collisions
M Luzum, H Petersen
Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics 41 (6), 063102, 2014
Particlization in hybrid models
P Huovinen, H Petersen
The European Physical Journal A 48, 1-19, 2012
Vortical Fluid and Spin Correlations in High-Energy Heavy-Ion Collisions
LG Pang, H Petersen, Q Wang, XN Wang
Physical Review Letters 117 (19), 192301, 2016
Estimation of the shear viscosity at finite net-baryon density from collision data at GeV
IA Karpenko, P Huovinen, H Petersen, M Bleicher
Physical Review C 91 (6), 064901, 2015
Phenomenological constraints on the transport properties of QCD matter with data-driven model averaging
D Everett, W Ke, JF Paquet, G Vujanovic, SA Bass, L Du, C Gale, ...
Physical review letters 126 (24), 242301, 2021
Pseudorapidity distribution and decorrelation of anisotropic flow within the open-computing-language implementation CLVisc hydrodynamics
LG Pang, H Petersen, XN Wang
Physical Review C 97 (6), 064918, 2018
An equation-of-state-meter of quantum chromodynamics transition from deep learning
LG Pang, K Zhou, N Su, H Petersen, H Stöcker, XN Wang
Nature communications 9 (1), 210, 2018
Comparison of heavy-ion transport simulations: Collision integral in a box
YX Zhang, YJ Wang, M Colonna, P Danielewicz, A Ono, MB Tsang, ...
Physical Review C 97 (3), 034625, 2018
Anomalous centrality variation of minijet angular correlations in Au–Au collisions at 62 and 200 GeV from STAR
M Daugherity, forthe STAR Collaboration
Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics 35 (10), 104090, 2008
Determining the jet transport coefficient from inclusive hadron suppression measurements using Bayesian parameter estimation
S Cao, Y Chen, J Coleman, J Mulligan, PM Jacobs, RA Soltz, A Angerami, ...
Physical Review C 104 (2), 024905, 2021
Directed and elliptic flow in heavy-ion collisions from MeV/nucleon to GeV/nucleon
H Petersen, Q Li, X Zhu, M Bleicher
Physical Review C—Nuclear Physics 74 (6), 064908, 2006
Microscopic study of deuteron production in PbPb collisions at via hydrodynamics and a hadronic afterburner
D Oliinychenko, LG Pang, H Elfner, V Koch
Physical Review C 99 (4), 044907, 2019
(3+ 1)-dimensional hydrodynamic expansion with a critical point from realistic initial conditions
J Steinheimer, M Bleicher, H Petersen, S Schramm, H Stöcker, ...
Physical Review C—Nuclear Physics 77 (3), 034901, 2008
The BEST framework for the search for the QCD critical point and the chiral magnetic effect
X An, M Bluhm, L Du, GV Dunne, H Elfner, C Gale, J Grefa, U Heinz, ...
Nuclear Physics A 1017, 122343, 2022
Transport model comparison studies of intermediate-energy heavy-ion collisions
H Wolter, M Colonna, D Cozma, P Danielewicz, CM Ko, R Kumar, A Ono, ...
Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics 125, 103962, 2022
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