Physics Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Nuclear Theory Group, NY 11973, Upton, USA
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Published online: 2 August 2005
This is an attempt to summarize the theoretical talks given at the First International Conference “Hard Probes ‘05”, dedicated to the study of the properties of quark-gluon matter and its diagnostics with the hard processes. This talk covers the following topics: the structure of quark-gluon matter at finite temperature; the theory of nuclear wave functions at small Bjorken variable x; the propagation of jets, heavy quarkonia and heavy quarks through the dense QCD matter.
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