Fluctuations studies in PHOBOS

B. Alver, B. B. Back, M. D. Baker, M. Ballintijn, D. S. Barton, R. R. Betts, R. Bindel, W. Busza, Z. Chai, V. Chetluru, E. García, T. Gburek, K. Gulbrandsen, J. Hamblen, I. Harnarine, C. Henderson, D. J. Hofman, R. S. Hollis, R. Hołyński, B. HolzmanA. Iordanova, J. L. Kane, P. Kulinich, C. M. Kuo, W. Li, W. T. Lin, C. Loizides, S. Manly, A. C. Mignerey, R. Nouicer, A. Olszewski, R. Pak, C. Reed, E. Richardson, C. Roland, G. Roland, J. Sagerer, I. Sedykh, C. E. Smith, M. A. Stankiewicz, P. Steinberg, G. S.F. Stephans, A. Sukhanov, A. Szostak, M. B. Tonjes, A. Trzupek, G. J. Van Nieuwenhuizen, S. S. Vaurynovich, R. Verdier, G. I. Veres, P. Walters, E. Wenger, D. Willhelm, F. L.H. Wolfs, B. Wosiek, K. Woźniak, S. Wyngaardt, B. Wysłouch

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We will briefly report on various correlation and fluctuations analyses that currently are being developed, or recently have been published, by the PHOBOS experiment on 200 GeV Au+Au collisions at RHIC. In particular, we will discuss our search for rare events, forward-backward multiplicity and two-particle angular correlations, as well as our studies of eccentricity and elliptic flow fluctuations.

Original languageEnglish
JournalProceedings of Science
StatePublished - 2006
Event2nd Workshop on Correlations and Fluctuations in Relativistic Nuclear Collisions, CFRNC 2006 - Florence, Italy
Duration: 7 Jul 20069 Jul 2006


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