STAR Theses

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2019
Yang Wu, Kent State University
Azimuthal anisotropy in gold-gold collisions at 4.5 GeV center-of-mass energy per nucleon pair using fixed-target mode at the Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collider
Ph.D. thesis, 2019 () | Thesis file(s): 

Xiaolong Chen, University of Science and Technology of China (USTC)
Prompt and non-prompt D0-meson production in Au+Au collisions at √
Ph.D. thesis, 2019 () | Thesis file(s): 

Alex Jentsch, University of Texas at Austin
Studying heavy-flavor quark jets using D0+hadron two-dimensional angular correlations in Au+Au collisions at sqrt{s_NN} = 200 GeV
Ph.D. thesis, 2019 () | Thesis file(s): 

Ryo Aoyama, University of Tsukuba
Collision geometry and event plane dependence of two particle correlations in √sNN = 200 GeV Au+Au collisions at RHIC/STAR
Ph.D. thesis, 2019 () | Thesis file(s): 

Arghya Chatterjee, Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre. Kolkata
Study of conserved quantities and their correlations in the RHIC Beam Energy Scan Program
Ph.D. thesis, 2019 () | Thesis file(s): 

Liwen Wen, University of California - Los Angeles
Probing Quark-Gluon Plasma and Chiral Effects in Heavy-Ion Collisions: Measurements of Strangeness (Omega and Phi) Production and Identified Particle Correlations in Au+Au Collisions at STAR/RHIC”
Ph.D. thesis, 2019 () | Thesis file(s):  PDF

Roli Esha, University of California - Los Angeles
Exploring the Critical Phenomenon in QCD at STAR
Ph.D. thesis, 2019 () | Thesis file(s):  PDF

Liang He, Purdue University
Measurement of D0 directed flow and elliptic flow in Au+Au Collisions at √sNN=200 GeV
Ph.D. thesis, 2019 () | Thesis file(s): 

Tetsuro Sugiura, University of Tsukuba
Exploring the QCD phase diagram measured by cumulants of net-charge distributions in Au+Au collisions at the STAR experiment
Ph.D. thesis, 2019 () | Thesis file(s):  PDF

2018
Niseem Magdy Abdelwahab Abdelrahman, Stony Brook University
Beam Energy and Collision System Dependence of Anisotropic Flow and Its Fluctuations
Ph.D. thesis, 2018 () | Thesis file(s):  PDF