Faculty Information
Department of Physics and Astronomy

Sorensen, Soren Pontoppidan


Personal Information

Name: Sorensen, Soren Pontoppidan
Title: Professor & Head
Work Address: 401 Nielsen
Work Phone: 974-7805
Email: sorensen@utk.edu
Birthday: 8/24/1950

Educational Background

YearDegreeInstitutionThesis Title
1977 Master of Science in Nuclear Physics The Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark Fusion of 160+160
1981 Ph.D. in Nuclear Physics The Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark Quasielastic Transfer Reactions induced by 56Fe on 58Ni, 64Ni and 122Sn

Previous Employment

First YearFirst MonthLast YearLast MonthTitleInstitutionUnitComment
1978 May 1979 Jan Private Sorensen Danish Defense Research Council Electronic Engineering Division
1981 Aug 1984 Jul Postdoctoral Fellow The Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark Physics
1982 Aug 1983 Jul Research Associate Oak Ridge National Laboratory Physics Division
1985 Jan Present Research Associate Oak Ridge National Laboratory Physics Division
1985 Jan 1989 Jul Assistant Professor University of Tennessee Department of Physics
1986 Aug 1987 Nov Research Associate CERN, Geneva, Switzerland EP
1989 Aug 1994 Jul Associate Professor University of Tennessee Department of Physics
1994 Aug Present Professor University of Tennessee Department of Physics
2000 Oct Present Head University of Tennessee Department of Physics

Additional Training History

YearAdditional Training
1978 Danish High School Teaching Certificate - a one semester course in teaching.
1995 "Object Oriented Design Methology", 3 week course

Professional Areas

First YearLast YearFieldDescription
Ultra Relativistic Heavy Ion Physics The March 1999 issue of Scientific American has a 6 page article about the research I am involved in at RHIC. The article "A Little Big Bang" can be found on page 60 and the picture at page 63 shows the muon detector we are working on.
Global Variables in Ultra-relativistic heavy ion collisions I have over the last decade studied the attained densities in high energy nuclear collisions. The primary tool for these studies have been measurement of transverse energy from the WA80/93/98 calorimeters at CERN, where my group together with ORNL has been responsibly for the analysis and publication of results from these instruments. This research is not as active a part of my research program as earlier, but I am still partly involved in the interpretation of the global variable data coming from the PHENIX program. This WA80/93/98 program has been extremely successful and the total output of refereed publications from this collaboration is close to 40.
Proton - Nucleus collisions Within the E910 collaboration we have been studying the emission of slow protons and antiprotons. These two probes provide us with a rich information on the nucleon cascade which is generated inside the nuclear material as the bombarding proton is traversing it. This research is initially completely independent of the new SNS facility in Oak Ridge, but the fundamental process for generating neutrons at the SNS is completely identical to the slow proton generation, and part of our research might provide a firmer understanding of the neutron production mechanisms at the SNS.
The PHENIX detector The PHENIX detector is a $100M detector project at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider at Brookhaven National Laboratory in New York. PHENIX is also a collaboration of more than 400 physicists from around the world. Within PHENIX I have played an crucial role as head of the off-line computing system. I was also for several years, prior to becoming a head at UT, head of the Computing Technical Advisory Committee (CTAC) as well as having served 5 years on the Detector Council.
Heavy vector meson production in p+p, p+A, and A+A Whereas my research since coming to UT has focused on establishing the exact density and temperature conditions in collisions of heavy nuclei at ultra-relativistic energies, my research focus over the last 5-10 years and in the next decade will be to establish the existence of the Quark Gluon Plasma and to study its properties through one of the most promising channels: the heavy vector mesons, J/psi, psi', and the Upsilon. These particles are supposed to "melt" away inside the plasma, and the degree to which they "melt" will tell us the conditions inside the plasma during its short lifetime of 10**-23 seconds! This research is carried out through the muon arm system in the PHENIX detector at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) at Brookhaven National Laboratory.
Nuclear Matter at high temperatures and densities The main purpose of all my research is to study nuclear matter (the material all atomic nuclei are made out of) under extreme conditions of temperature and density. Under these extreme conditions the nuclear matter might undergo a phase transition from a phase consisting of well defined hadrons (protons, neutrons, pion, kaons, etc..) to a new phase consisting of quarks and gluons. This phase, called the Quark Gluon Plasma, was the phase all material in the universe (including all the matter of the current reader of this research description!) was in in the first micro second after the Big Bang 13 billion years ago. Over the last 18 years my group has studied hot and dense nuclear material created at the CERN laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland, by colliding very heavy nuclei at the highest possible energies in the world. Through this research my group has establish, that densities up to 20 times normal nuclear density has been achieved, whereas other groups have established that the temperatures reach 4 trillion degrees Fahrenheit. These conditions are close to the needed conditions for the Quark Gluon Phase Transition.
1991 Relativistic Heavy Ion Physics The Relativistic Heavy Ion Group (SPS and Ken Read) has over the last 15 years worked on the design, construction, commisioning, and operation of the PHENIX detector at the Relativistic heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) at Brookhaven National Laboratory. Our main responsibilities have been the Muon Identifier Subsystem and the Off-line Computer Systems. Our physics interests have focussed on heavy quark flavor production (charmed quarks) and charmonium production and suppression.
2000 Academic administration As department head I have performed essentially all aspects of academic administration at the departmental level.

Annual Accomplishments

YearTitleDescription
1999 Object Oriented Implementation of Muon Identifier Software Our group succesfully implementated of all elements of the PHENIX Muon Identifier (MuID) software. All MuID software is now completely C++ based with updated object definitions. A ROOT-based event display has been developed, which will serve as a prototype for PHENIX event display objects. A new and very general pattern recognition module has been developed.
1999 Professional service work Headed the PHENIX Computing Technical Advisory Committee and participated as a panel member on the technical advisory committee for the RHIC Computing Facility as part of the final preparations for data taking at RHIC.
1999 Antiproton production and absorption Our student, Saskia Mioduszewski, finished the analysis of antiproton data from E910. This work formed the basis for Saskia's PhD thesis. We find that the anti-proton production is dominated by the first collisions and that the absorption is very strong, resulting in nearly target-independent anti-proton multiplicities.
1999 Space-Time cascade model Finished the development of a space-time cascade model for heavy vector meson production in heavy-ion collisions. This work formed the basis for Sam Held's masters thesis
1999 Implemented Undergraduate Curriculum Improvements As chair of the Undergraduate Studies Committee I initiated and implemented major changes in our undergraduate curriculum. 3 concentrations were created: Academic, Applied, and General, in order to serve the increasing demand for a physics education aimed towards K-12 teaching and non-physics graduate school. As part of this change two new courses were introduced: Contemporary Physics (P441/442) and Team Research Project (P453/454), and the Classical Mechanics course (P311/312) was completely rewamped with the addition of Matlab and the usage of computational methods as a new element.
2000 Direct Photon Observation Based on data from our WA98 Collaboration at CERN, Switzerland we have finally been able to detect the emission of direct photons from heavy ion reactions. The implications of this discovery are huge. First of all: based on the slope of the transverse momentum spectrum we can deduce, that the photons are emitted from a fireball at a temperature above 300 MeV, which must be the hottest temperature ever measured of any object!! A temperature of 300 MeV correspond to a temperature of more than 5 trillion degrees on the Fahrenheit scale. More importantly, this discovery strongly suggests that the so-called Quark Gluon Plasma must have been created in the early stages of the fireball. Our discovery was prominently featured during the press conference at CERN in Spring 2000 and was mentioned in the front page feature in New York Times describing the potential discovery of the Quark Gluon Plasma at CERN. Phys. Rev. Lett. 85 (2000) 3595
2000 Succesful operation of the PHENIX detector Since 1991 I have been involved in the design and construction of the $85M detector PHENIX at Brookhaven National Laboratory. I have been responsible for the off-line computing system and been heavily involved in the design and implementation of the of the $12M RHIC Computing Facility. Finally, during the summer 2000, the RHIC accelerator and the PHENIX detector became operational. The detector worked perfectly and in particular it has been possible due to the intensive preparations before the run to analyze and publish our result within a few months after the data were recorded. One of the primary reason why PHENIX could obtain so reliable and precise results within a few months was the quality of the off-line computing system. I will not personally take credit for this, but credit the members of our group at UT, especially Dave Morrison and Kyle Pope, who have been instrumental in this effort. A great website detailing some of the more important press coverage of our research is found at http://qgp.uni-muenster.de/press/ and is maintained by our German collaborators at Munster University.
2000 Associate Head and Head Assumed Headship of the Physics Department in October. Earlier I had taken on the associate headship in order to get the administration of the department back on track after having been without leadership for a considerable time.
2000 Transverse energy production in Pb Pb collisions at 158 AGeV per nucleon Based on data obtained from our WA98 experiment at CERN, Switzerland I have analyzed the production of transverse and forward energy in collaboration with Dr. Klaus Reygers (Munster, Germany) and Dr. Terry Awes (ORNL). Much to our surprise we find that the transverse energy does not scale linearly with the number of participating nucleons. This is in contrast to earlier findings of transverse energy production in smaller systems. Based on our findings at CERN energies we have extended our studies to the much higher RHIC energies. Within the PHENIX data we find an even stronger deviation from scaling with number of participating nucleons. The reason for this deviation is still hotly debated, but it is likely that it indicates an increase in hard scattering (mini-jet production). Both the CERN and the PHENIX results have been accepted for publication in letter form.
2001 Graduate Program Reforms As Head I started a substantial reform of our graduate program. The exam structure was changed in order to move students move effectively through their graduate studies. Much more effective procedures for doctoral committees were introduced, and the curriculum was modernized so more emphasis is placed on current physics than on older, basic disciplines, that has already been treated extensively at the undergraduate level.
2001 Commisioning of the PHENIX South Muon Identifier The main accomplishment of our research group during 2001 was the commisioning and initial operation of the PHENIX South Muon Arm. This was the culminatiuon of nearly a decade's work for our group at PHENIX.
2001 Beam Background Studies A serious initial problem with our detector was the unexpected high levels of background. We identified the main component of this background to originate from the beampipe close to the inner part of the Muon Identifier. Substantial shielding was installed to partially correct the problem.
2001 First publications from PHENIX Three Physical Review Letters were published with the first results from PHENIX. In particular the letter describing suppresion of hadrons at large transverse momenta is a substantial discovery that directly indicates very high initial gluon densities, that only can be imagined if a quark-gluon plasma is present.
2002 Commisioning and operation of the PHENIX Muon Identifier The main accomplishment of our UT Relativistic Heavy Ion Physics (RHIP) group in 2002 was the successful commissioning and operation of the Muon Identifier in PHENIX. The South Muon Arm started taking data polarized proton + proton data and Au+Au data during this years run. Initially we had some severe background problems, but they were diagnosed by our group and successfully eliminated by eventually installing additional shielding. The construction of the North Muon Arm was finished during 2002 and it is successfully taking data during the 2003 run.
2002 Accomplishments as Head of the Department of Physics The most important aspect of the Headship is to attract and retain good faculty and in that respect 2002 was one of the best years in recent memory. We managed to appoint 4 new faculty members: Geoff Greene as a Joint Faculty Professor in Fundamental Neutron Physics, Victor Barzykin as an Assistant Professor in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics, Stefan Spanier as an Assistant Professor in Experimental High Energy Physics, and Yuri Efremenko as a Joint Faculty Associate Professor in Experimental High Energy Physics. Among other improvements in the department (I am not at all sure they should be attributed to me): A major overhaul of the graduate program was implemented and the initial feedback from students and faculty are encouraging. More than 60 undergraduate students were studying for a major or minor in physics, which is a substantial improvement from just a few years ago.
2003 d+AU results from PHENIX The main physics result from the PHENIX experiment was observation of the lack of high-pt suppresion in d+Au collisions, which conclusively proved, that the high-pt suppresion mechanism is unique to heavy-ion collisions and is a final state interaction. The case for the discovery of the Quark-Gluon Plasma is now very strong, even if it might not be completely assured yet.
2003 Accomplishments as Head 2003 was in many respects a very succesful year for the Department of Physics. We managed to attract a first class Distinguished Scientist in Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics, Elbio Dagotto, and his wife, Adriana Moreo, and we hired Robert Grzywacz to provide a substantial strengthening of our already very good Experimental Nuclear Structure program. The undergraduate program continues to grow, both in number of students and in their quality. Our Society of Physics Chapters is now the largest and probably most active in the nation! The graduate recruitment is, however, still severely hampered by the lack of sufficient funds for GTA salaries. We also initiated much stronger and more effective control of our research accounts in order to prevent cost overruns and to enforce OMB A-21 compliance.
2003 First J/Psi results from the PHENIX muon detector As part of his thesis, my student Jason Newby produced the first J/Psi results in the muon channel at RHIC in Au+AU collisions. Unfortunately the statistics in the data sample was low and any definite conclusion concerning suppresion and/or enhancement can not be made, and will have to wait until the much higher statistics runs in 2004.
2003 Succesful rutine operation of both muon detectors The main instrumental accomplishment of our group in 2003 has been the succesful operation and data taking of both (North and South) muon identifies during the 2003 PHENIX experiments. We can finally claim that the muon identiers hve come of age! Substantial shelding was installed in the RHIC tunnel to reduce the last background issues.
2004 Accomplishments as Head Performed a complete overhaul of all Research Accounts with deficits and brough nearly all of them back to a zero balance. Tripled the departments total endowment with $270k in new endowed donations.
2004 Single Muon Production and Open Charm Cross-section Supervised the analysis of single muon production in sqrt(s) = 200 GeV Au+Au collisions based on the Muon Detector System at PHENIX. We were able to extract cross-sections for open charm production at forward rapidities indicating that the cross-sections at y=1.7 is similar in magnitude to y=0.
2005 Quark Matter Conference to Tennessee At the Quark Matter Conference 2005 in Budapest I managed together with Vicky Greene from Vanderbilt to get the 700-800 participant Quark Matter Conference to Tennessee for 2008.
2005 Accomplishments as Head In November 2005 the Department of Physics and Astronomy had its 10 year external review. The outcome of the review was very positive with statements from the review committee as: "The department has taken great strides since the last review", "World-class research profile and personnel in condensed matter physics, nuclear physics, and particle physics", and "Tenured and tenure-track faculty engage in teaching at all levels". Similarly, the department received very good marks from the UT administration. As part of the review I prepared a large departmental self-study outlining in detail the status of the department.
2005 Single Muon Production The RHIP group has succesfully extracted charm cross sections at forward rapidities at RHIC energies in p+p collisions. This work has now been described in a paper intended for Phys. Rev. C, which currently is under internal review in the PHENIX collaboration.
2006 Single Muon Physics at PHENIX The RHIP group has succesfully extracted charm cross sections and transverse momentum spectra at forward rapidities at RHIC energies in p+p (Donny Hornback) and Cu+Cu collisions (Irakli Garishvilli). Additionally we have also started an analysis of elliptic flow of heavy quarks in Cu+Cu collisions (Josh Hamblen).
2006 Heavy Ion Physics at the LHC The RHIP group has continued the preparations for the ALICE-USA electromagnetic calorimeter within the ALICE experiment at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, Switzerland. Soren Sorensen is a member of the ALICE-USA Council and Josh Hamblen is Calibration Coordinator.
2006 Accomplishments as Head Apart from the many, many daily tasks as Head there are two main accomplishments this year worth mentioning here: The department developed a new strategic plan that is much more elaborate in its goals than previous plans. It represents a major accomplishment for the department to have this plan and to have been able to agree on it so amicable as was the case. The other major accomplishment was to retain one of our best researchers, Robert Grzywacz, despite a very attractive offer from Texas A&M and to be able to also attract his wife, Kate Jones, who is just as capable, as our newest assistant professor.
2007 Accomplishments as Head I guess the main accomplishment this year was to be reappointed after a fairly thorough review by a team from the College of Arts and Sciences. Based on the information conveyed to me by the Dean my performance as a Head had been very good. So now I will labor on for another 5 years, max! Apart from this I have been active in trying to establish a Physics Education Research Group and other initiatives in that general field: collaborating with the Tennessee Governor's Academy, establishing a pilot Distance Learning Project with Fentress County, trying to establish pilot projects within our college related to the COMPETES act, etc. etc.
2007 Research at the ALICE Collaboration at LHC The RHIP group has continued the preparations for the ALICE-USA electromagnetic calorimeter within the ALICE experiment at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, Switzerland. Soren Sorensen is a member of the ALICE-USA Council. This year our group was officially accepted as members of ALICE based on an external review by DOE.
2007 Heavy Flavor Physics at RHIC The RHIP group in collaboration with ORNL has successfully extracted charm cross sections and transverse momentum spectra at forward rapidities at RHIC energies in p+p (Donny Hornback) and Cu+Cu collisions (Irakli Garishvilli). Additionally we have also started an analysis of elliptic flow of heavy quarks in Cu+Cu collisions (Josh Hamblen). The p+p data have now been published. For all data extracted with the PHENIX Muon Identifier a new analysis method has been implemented, that has enabled extraction of transverse momentum spectra up to approximately 7 GeV.

Teaching Activity

YearSemesterTitle
1988 Spring P432, Electricity and Magnetism II
1988 Fall P237, Honors: Electricity and Magnetism
1989 Spring P240, Modern Physics
1989 Spring P240, Modern Physics
1989 Fall P237, Honors: Electricity and Magnetism
1989 Fall P237, Honors: Electricity and Magnetism
1991 Fall P531, Classical Mechanics
1992 Fall P531, Classical Mechanics
1993 Fall P531, Classical Mechanics
1994 Fall P531, Classical Mechanics
1996 Spring P232, Waves, Optics, and Modern Physics (Engineers)
1996 Fall P240, Modern Physics
1997 Spring P134, Fundamentals of Physics: Electricity, Magnetism, Waves and Optics
1997 Spring P134, Fundamentals of Physics: Electricity, Magnetism, Waves and Optics
1997 Fall P240, Modern Physics
1998 Spring P134, Fundamentals of Physics: Electricity, Magnetism, Waves and Optics
1998 Spring P134, Fundamentals of Physics: Electricity, Magnetism, Waves and Optics
1998 Fall P137, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics I
1998 Fall P137, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics I
1999 Spring P138, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics II
1999 Spring P138, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics II
1999 Fall P137, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics I
1999 Fall P137, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics I
1999 Fall P642, Advanced Topics in Quantum Theory
2000 Spring P138, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics II
2004 Fall P137, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics I
2004 Fall P137, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics I
2005 Spring P138, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics II
2005 Spring P138, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics II
2005 Fall P137, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics I
2005 Fall P137, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics I
2006 Spring P138, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics II
2006 Spring P138, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics II
2006 Fall P137, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics I
2007 Spring P138, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics II
2007 Fall P137, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics I
2008 Spring P138, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics II
2008 Fall P137, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics I
2009 Spring P138, Honors: Fundamentals of Physics II

Undergraduate Students

Student NameFirst YearFirst MonthLast YearMonthProjectComment
Daine Wright 2005 Jun 2005 Aug Daine worked with our group as a summer research student on analysis of PHENIX Muon Arm data
Alan Barnard 2005 Jun 2005 Aug Alan worked with our group as a summer research student on analysis of PHENIX Muon Arm data
James LePage 2000 Aug 2001 May Student research project on the use of Genetic Algoritms for robust optimization. Developed a Tic-Tac-Toe program that learned to play the game without knowing the rules.
Brian Irick 2000 Aug 2001 May Student research project on the use of Genetic Algoritms for robust optimization. Developed a Tic-Tac-Toe program that learned to play the game without knowing the rules.

Graduate Students

Student NameDegreeFirst YearFirst MonthLast YearLast MonthThesis TitleComment
Torshizi, Gholam Masters in Science 1990 1992 No Thesis Masters Degree RF Design Engineer at Wireless Facilities, Inc, Maryland
Kreke, Joe Ph.D. 1991 1995 Fall A prototype Muon Identifier for PHENIX IT Manager for subsidiary of DynCorp
Saskia Mioduszewski Ph. D. 1994 Aug 1999 Dec Centrality Dependence of Antiproton Production in Proton-Nucleus Collisions at 17.5 and 12.3 GeV/c Staff Scientist at Brookhaven Nat. Lab. - Prof. Read primary advisor. Now Associate Professor at Texas A&M.
Sam Held Masters in Science 1996 Aug 1999 Aug J/psi Production and Absorption in High Energy Nuclear Collisions Grant Manager for ORAU
Jason Newby Ph. D. 1997 Aug 2003 Sep J/Psi Production in Au-Au Collisions at sqrt(s) = 200 A GeV" Jason is now a post-doc at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory with Ron Soltz's group
Andrew Glenn Ph. D. 1997 Aug 2004 Sep Single Muon Production and Implications for Charm in sqrt(sNN)=200 GeV Au+Au Collisions. Andy is now a post-doc at University of Colorado in Jamie Nagle's group
Trent Nichols Ph. D. 2003 Jan A Computational Model for Boron Neutron Capture Therapy
Donald Hornback Ph.D. 2003 Jan General Title: "Single muon production in p+p collisions at RHIC energies"
Irakli Garishvilli Ph. D. 2003 Aug General title: "Single muon production in heavy-ion collisions at RHIC Energies"
Dwayne John Masters 2007 May TBD
Irakli Marthasvili Ph.D. 2008 Jan TBD

Post Doctoral Associates

NameCommentFirst YearFirst MonthLast YearLast Month
Achim Franz Analysis of WA80 data. Current position: Staff Scientist at Brookhaven National Laboratory 1988 Nov 1990 Nov
He Xiaochun Analysis ofWA80/93 data on transverse energy production and implementation of a data acquisition system for a RHIC research and development project. Current position: Assistant professor in Physics at Georgia State University. 1991 May 1994 Feb
David Morrison Analysis and operation of hadronic calorimeter data from the WA98 collaboration at CERN. Design and implementation of the PHENIX off-line computing system. Current position: Staff scientist at Brookhaven National Laboratory 1994 Aug 1997 May
Victor Perevotchikov Design and implementation of the off-line computing system for the PHENIX experiment. Current position: Research associate at Brookhaven National Laboratory 1995 Jan 1998 Mar
Mark Pollack Design and implementation of the off-line computing system for the PHENIX experiment with special emphasis on data retrieval. Current position: Software developer at Sipco, New York 1997 Feb 1998 Dec
Kyle Pope Design and implementation of the off-line computing system for the PHENIX experiment and development of analysis algorithms for the muon arm system within this experiment 1997 Jun 2000 Jul
George Gogiberidze Dr. Gogiberidze is responsible for all BNL on-site activities related to the PHENIX Muon Arm detectors. In particular he works on the front-end electronics, the data acquisition system, the on-line monitoring and the off-line analysis software. He is now working on Medical Imaging for the Sloan-Kettering Medical Reserach Center. 2001 Jan 2001 Dec
Laurence Villatte Dr. Villatte is irresponsible for data analysis of events recorded by the PHENIX Muon Arm Detector. She is in particular working on all aspects of extraction of information on production cross sections of the J/psi particle, that might be the most promising signature for the discovery of the Quark-Gluon Plasma. 2001 May 2002 Jul
Vasily Djordjaze Responsible for the RHIP groups onsite activities at the PHENIX MuId detector at RHIC, Brookhaven National Laboratory 2002 Jun 2004 Jun
Youngil Kwon Youngil Kwon received his education at Stony Brook in New York. Has primarily been involved in single muon analysis of PHENIX data, he will spearhead these efforts within the RHIP group. He is now an Assistant Professor at Yonsei University in South Korea. 2004 Oct 2006 Jul
Josh Hamblen Josh Hamblen obtained his PhD at Rochester University with a thesis on elliptc flow as measured by the PHOBOS Collaboration. He is now doing similar elliptic flow studies for charm quarks using our PHENIX Muon Arm data. In addition he is the Calibration Coordinator for the ALICE-USA collaboration. 2006 Oct

Refereed Publications

YearCitation
1978 "Fusion of 16O + 16O"; B. Fernandez, C. Gaarde, J. S. Larsen, S. Pontoppidan and F. Videbæk; Nucl. Phys. A306 (1978) 259
1981 "Coulomb Excitation of 86Kr induced by 16O", Jiang Cheng-Lie and S. Pontoppidan, Phys. Rev. C24 (1981) 1350
1981 "Elastic and Inelastic Scattering of 86Kr from 208Pb"; Jiang Cheng-lie, P. R. Christensen, Ole Hansen, S. Pontoppidan, F. Videbæk, D. Schull, Shen Wen-Qing, A. J. Baltz, P. D. Bond, H. Freiesleben, F. Busch and E. R. Flynn; Phys. Rev. Lett. 47 (1981) 1039
1982 "Mutual Inelastic Excitation of 28Si + 60Ni"; P. D. Bond, Ole Hansen, C. E. Thorn, M. J. Levine, P. R. Christensen, S. Pontoppidan, F. Videbæk, Jiang Cheng-lie and M. J. Rhoades-Brown; Phys. Lett. B114 (1982) 423
1982 "Correlated Charge and Mass Distributions from Reactions of 56Fe with 58Ni, 64Ni and 122Sn"; H. C. Britt, B. H. Erkkila, Y. Patin, R. H. Stokes, M. P. Webb, P. R. Christensen, Ole Hansen, S. Pontoppidan, F. Videbæk, R. L. Ferguson, F. Plasil, G. R. Young and J. Randrup; Phys. Rev. C26 (1982) 1999
1983 "Quasielastic Transfer Reactions induced by 56Fe on 58Ni, 64Ni and 122Sn"; S. Pontoppidan, P. R. Christensen, Ole Hansen, F. Videbæk, H. C. Britt, B. H. Erkkila, Y. Patin, R. H. Stokes, M. P. Webb, R. L. Ferguson, F. Plasil, and G. R. Young; Phys. Rev. C28 (1983) 2299
1983 "Obtaining of the high Energy Resolution Spectra of Heavy Ions on a QQDQ Magnetic Spectrometer"; Jiang Cheng-lie, P. R. Christensen, Ole Hansen, S. Pontoppidan, F. Videbæk, P. D. Bond, D. Schull, Shen Wen-Qing, H. Freiesleben, F. Busch and E. R. Flynn; Chin. Jour. Nucl. Phys. 5 (1983) 27
1983 "A Semiclassical Model for Elastic and Inelastic Scattering of Heavy Ions"; Jiang Cheng-lie, P. R. Christensen, Ole Hansen, S. Pontoppidan, F. Videbæk, P. D. Bond, D. Schull, Shen Wen-Qing, H. Freiesleben, F. Busch and E. R. Flynn; Chin. Jour. Nucl. Phys. 5 (1083) 150
1983 "Excitation of the Lowest 4+ and 3- States in the 60Ni(28Si, 28Si*) Reaction"; P. R. Christensen, S. Pontoppidan, F. Videbæk, P. D. Bond, Ole Hansen, C. E. Thorn, M. J. LeVine and Jiang Cheng-lie; Phys. Rev. C28 (1983) 159
1984 "Single Neutron Transfer Induced by Massive Heavy Ions"; A. J. Baltz, P. D. Bond, Ole Hansen, Jiang Cheng-lie, P. R. Christensen, S. Pontoppidan, F. Videbæk, D. Schull, Shen Wen-Qing and H. Freisleben; Phys. Rev. C29 (1984) 2392
1984 "Scattering of 28Si from 208Pb"; P. R. Christensen, S. Pontoppidan, F. Videbæk, J. Barrette, P. D. Bond, Ole Hansen and C. E. Thorn; Phys. Rev. C29 (1984) 455
1984 "Energy Division in Damped Reactions"; T. C. Awes, R. L. Ferguson, F. E. Obenshain, F. Plasil, S. Pontoppidan, V. Rauch, G. R. Young and H. Sann; Phys. Rev. Lett. 52 (1984) 251
1986 "Characteristic time for mass asymmetry Relaxation in Quasifission Reactions"; W. Q. Shen, J. Albinski, R. Bock, A. Gobbi, S. Gralla, K. D. Hildenbrand, N. Herrmann, J. Kuzminski, W. F. J. Muller, H. Stelzer, J. Toke, B. B. Back, S. Bjornholm, S. P. Sorensen, A. Olmi, and G. Guarino; Europhys. Lett. 1 (1986) 1
1987 "Observation of Intrinsic Excitation in 160Dy following Heavy-Ion Transfer Reactions"; P. A. Butler, S. Juutinen, S. P. Sorensen, X. T. Liu, R. W. Kincaid, M. Carpenter, B. Cox, A. Larabee, C. R. Bingham, M. W. Guidry, C. Y. Wu, W. J. Kernan, A. Kavka, E. Vogt, D. Cline, I. Y. Lee and C. Baktash; Phys. Lett. B191 (1987) 333
1987 "Determination of the Spin Alignment in Heavy-Ion Reactions with the Spin Spectrometer"; K. J. Honkanen, F. A. Dilmanian, D. G. Sarantites and S. P. Sorensen; Nucl. Inst. Meth. A257 (1987) 233
1987 "Anomalous Two-neutron Transfer Cross Sections at Large Separation in Heavy Ion Reactions"; S. Juutinen, X. T. Liu, S. P. Sorensen, B. Cox, R. W. Kincaid, C. Bingham, M. W. Guidry, W. J. Kernan, C. Y. Wu, E. Vogt, D. Cline, M. L. Halbert, I. Y. Lee and C. Baktash; Phys. Lett. B192 (1987) 307
1987 "Fission and Quasifission in U-induced Reactions"; W. Q. Shen, J. Albinski, A. Gobbi, S. Gralla, K. D. Hildenbrand, N. Hermann, J. Kuzmenski, W. F. J. Muller, H. Stelzer, J. Toke, B. B. Back, S. Bjornholm and S. P. Sorensen; Phys. Rev. C36 (1987) 115
1987 "Forward- and Transverse Energy Distributions in Oxygen-induced Reactions at 60 A GeV and 200 A GeV"; WA80 Collaboration, R. Albrecht et al.; Phys. Lett. B199 (1987) 297
1987 "Population of High-Spin States in the Actine Region by Heavy-Ion Transfer Reactions"; C. Y. Wu, X. T. Liu, S. P. Sorensen, R. W. Kincaid, M. W. Guidry, D. Cline, W. J. Kernan, E. Vogt, T. Czosnyka, A. E. Kavka, M. A. Stoyer, J. O. Rasmussen and M. L. Halbert; Phys. Lett. B188 (1987) 25
1988 "Light-particle Multiplicity accompanying Projectile Breakup at 20 MeV/A"; R. Vandenbosch, C.Connolly, S. Gil, D. D. Leach, T. C. Awes, S. P. Sorensen and C. L. Wu; Phys. Rev. C37 (1988) 1301.
1988 "Charged Particle Distributions in 16O induced Nuclear Reactions at 60 GeV and 200 A GeV"; WA80 Collaboration; R. Albrecht et al.; Phys. Lett. B202 (1988) 596.
1988 "Photon and Neutral Pion Distributions in 60 and 200 A GeV 16O + Nucleus and Proton + Nucleus Reactions"; WA80 Collaboration, R. Albrecht et al.; Phys. Lett. B201 (1988) 390
1989 "Global and Local Fluctuations in Multiplicity and Transverse Energy for Central Ultrarelativistic Heavy-Ion Interactions"; WA80 Collaboration, R. Albrecht et al.; Z. Phys. 45 (1989) 31
1989 "The Zero-Degree Calorimeter for the Relativistic Heavy-Ion Experiment WA80 at CERN"; G. R.Young, T. C. Awes, C. Baktash, R. P. Cumby, R. L. Ferguson, T. A. Gabriel, H.A. Gustafsson, H. H. Gutbrod, J. W. Johnson, I. Y. Lee, F. E. Obenshain, F. Plasil, and S. P. Sorensen; Nucl. Inst. Meth. A279 (1989) 503
1989 "The Mid-Rapidity Calorimeter for the Relativistic Heavy-Ion Experiment WA80 at CERN"; T. C.Awes, C. Baktash, R. P. Cumby, R. L. Ferguson, A. Franz, T. A. Gabriel, H. A.Gustafsson, H. H. Gutbrod, J. W. Johnson, B. W. Kolb, I. Y. Lee, F. E.Obenshain, A. Oskarsson, I. Otterlund, S. Persson, F. Plasil, A. M.Poskanzer, H. G. Ritter, H. R. Schmidt, S. P. Sorensen, and G. R. Young; Nucl. Inst. Meth. A279 (1989) 479
1989 "Evidence for Oscillating Two-Neutron Transfer Probabilities at Large Radial Separation in Heavy-Ion Reactions"; C. Y. Wu, X. T. Liu, W. J. Kernan, D. Cline, T.Czosnyka, M. W. Guidry A. E. Kavka, R. W. Kincaid, B. Kotlinski, S. P.Sorensen and E. Vogt; Phys. Rev. C (1989) 298
1989 "Neutron Emission from Products of Strongly Damped Reactions 58Ni + 165Ho at 930 MeV"; G. A. Petitt, C. Butler, V. Penumetcha, T. C. Awes, J. R. Beene, R. L. Ferguson, F. E. Obenshain, F. Plasil, G. R. Young, and S. P. Sorensen; Phys. Rev. C40 (1989) 692
1989 "Fluctuations and Intermittency in 200 A GeV 16O + (C, Au) Reactions"; WA80 Collaboration, R.Albrecht et al.; Phys. Lett. B221 (1989) 427
1990 "Relaxation of Angular Momentum in Fission and Quasifission Reactions"; B. B. Back, S.Bjornholm, T. Dossing, W. Q. Shen, and K. D. Hildenbrandt; Phys. Rev. C41 (1990) 1495
1990 "Charge and Mass Distributions in Strongly Damped Reactions of 58Ni + 165Ho at 16 MeV/Nucleon"; V. Penumetcha, G. A. Petitt, T. C. Awes, J. R. Beene, R. L. Ferguson, F. E. Obenshain, F. Plasil, G. R. Young, and S. P. Sorensen; Phys. Rev. C42 (1990) 1489
1990 "Transverse Energy Production In The Target Fragmentation Region in 16O-Nucleus Reactions at 60 and 200 A GeV"; WA80 Collaboration, R. Albrecht et al.; Z. Phys. 45 (1990) 529
1990 "Transverse Momentum Distributions of Neutral Pions from Central and Peripheral 16O + Au Collisions at 200 A GeV"; WA80 Collaboration, R. Albrecht et al.; Z. Phys. C47 (1990) 367
1991 "Two-Neutron Pairing Enhancement Factors"; X. T. Liu, D. Cline, T. Czosnyka, M. W. Guidry, X. L. Han, A. E. Kavka, W. J. Kernan, R. W. Kinkaid, S. P. Sorensen, E. Vogt, and C. Y. Wu; Phys. Rev. C43 (1991) 1
1991 "Distributions of Transverse Energy and Forward Energy in16O- and 32S-Induced Heavy Ion Collisions at 60 A and 200 A GeV"; WA80 Collaboration, R. Albrecht et al.; Phys. Rev. C44 (1991) 2736
1991 "Heavy-Ion Induced Transfer Reactions with Spherical and Deformed Nucleii"; W. J. Kernan, C. Y. Wu, X. T. Liu, X. L. Han, D. Cline, T. Czosnyka, M. W. Guidry, M. L. Halbert, S. Juutinen, A. E. Kavka, R. W. Kinkaid, J. O. Rasmussen, S. P. Sorensen, M.A. Stoyer and E. Vogt; Nucl. Phys. A524 (1991) 344
1991 "Upper Limit for Thermal Direct Photon Production in Heavy-Ion Collisions at 60 and 200 A GeV"; WA80 Collaboration, R. Albrecht et al.; Z. Phys. C51 (1991) 1
1992 "A Simple Method of Shower Localization and Identification in Laterally Segmented Calorimeters"; T. C. Awes, F. E. Obenshain, F. Plasil, S. Saini, S. P. Sorensen and G. R. Young; Nucl. Inst. Meth. A311 (1992) 130
1992 "Bose-Einstein correlations in the target fragmentation region in 200 A GeV 16O + Nucleus collisions"; WA80 Collaboration, R. Albrecht et al.; Z. Phys. C53 (1992) 225
1992 "Multiplicity and Pseudorapidity Distributions of Charged Particles from 32S Induced Heavy Ion Interactions at 200 A GeV"; WA80 Collaboration, R. Albrecht et al.; Z. Phys. C55 (1992) 539
1992 "Transverse Energy and Forward Energy Production in a High-Energy Nuclear Collision Model"; Jing-Ye Zhang, Xiaochun He, Chia C. Shih, S. P. Sorensen and Cheuk-Yin Wong; Phys. Rev. C46 (1992) 748
1993 "Emission of Slow Singly Charged Fragments in Relativistic 16O-Nucleus Interactions"; WA80 Collaboration, R. Albrecht et al.; Phys.Lett. B307 (1993) 269
1993 "Production of Slow Singly Charged Fragments in 200 GeV/C Hadron Nucleus Interactions"; WA80 Collaboration, R. Albrecht et al.; Z. Phys. C57 (1993) 37
1994 "Intermittency and Correlations in 200 GeV/nucleon S+S and S+Au Collisions"; WA80 Collaboration, R. Albrecht et al.; Phys. Rev. C50 (1994) 1048
1994 "The Monte Carlo Code ODIN and Energy Density Analysis in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions"; S. P. Sorensen and Wei-Qin Chao; Commun. Theor. Phys. 21 (1994) 317
1994 "Calorimeter/Absorber Optimization for a RHIC Dimuon Experiment"; E. W. Cornell, S. H. Aronson, T. C. Awes, J. Chang, J. B. Costales, L. A. Ewell, Y.Fung, A. Gavron, X. He, J. C. Hill, J. Kang, W. Kehoe, H. Kim, J. Kreke, X. Liu, C. Maguire, M. Murtagh, M. Namboodiri, F. Obenshain, G. Petitt, S. Saini, T. Sangster, S. P. Sorensen, M. Starks, S. Steadman, J. Thomas, M. Tincknell, L. Waters, F. Wohn, G. Young, Z. Zhang and S. Zhou; Nucl. Instr. Meth. A350 (1994) 150
1995 "Production of Eta Mesons in 200 A GeV S+S and S+Au Reactions"; WA80 Collaboration, R. Albrecht et al.; Phys. Lett. B361 (1995) 14
1996 "Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions"; S. P. Sorensen; Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, McGraw-Hill, New York (1996)
1996 "Limits on the Production of Direct Photons in 200A GeV 32S Au Collisions" WA80 Collaboration; R.Albrecht et al.; Phys. Rev. Lett. 76 (1996) 3506-3509
1997 "Soft Photon Production in Central Collisions of 200 AGev 32S Au", WA93 Collaboration; M. M. Aggarwal et al.; Phys. Rev. C 56 (1997) 1160-1163
1997 "Event by Event Measurement of pT of Photons in S+Au Collisions at 200 A GeV"; WA93 Collaboration; M. M. Aggarwal et al.; Phys.Lett. B 404 (1997) 207-212
1997 "Azimuthal Anisotropy in S+Au Reactions at 200 A GeV", WA93 Collaboration, M. M. Aggarwal et al., Phys. Lett. B 403 (1997) 390-396
1998 "Search for Disoriented Chiral Condensates in 158 A GeV Pb+Pb Collisions", WA98 Collaboration, Phys. Lett. B 420 (1998) 169-179
1998 "Centrality Dependence of Neutral Pion Production in 158 A GeV 208Pb+208Pb Collisions", WA93 Collaboration, Phys. Rev. Lett. 81 (1998) 4087
1998 "Multiplicity and Pseudorapidity Distribution of Photons in S+Au Reactions at 200 A GeV", WA93 Collaboration, Phys. Rev. C 58 (1998) 1146-1154
1998 "Transverse Momentum Distributions of Neutral Pions from Nuclear Collisions at 200 A GeV", WA98 Collaboration, Eur. Phys. Jour. C 5 (1998) 255-267.
1999 "Measuring Centrality With Slow Protons In Proton Nucleus Collisions at The AGS", BNL E910 Collaboration, I. Chemakin et al., Phys. Rev. C60 (1999) 024902
1999 "Freeze out Parameters In Central 158 AGeV Pb-208 Pb-208 Collisions", WA98 Collaboration, M. M. Aggarwal et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 83 (1999) 926-930
1999 "Systematics Of Inclusive Photon Production In 158A GeV Pb Induced Reactions On Ni, Nb and Pb Targets" WA98 Collaboration, Phys. Lett. B458 (1999) 422-430
1999 "Elliptic Emission of K and pi in 158 AGeV Pb+Pb Collisions," WA98 Collaboration, M. M. Aggarwal et al., Phys. Lett. B469 (1999) 30
2000 "Three-Pion Interferometry Results from Central Pb-Pb Collisions at 158 A GeV/C", WA98 Collaboration, M. M. Agarwall et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 85 (2000) 2895
2000 "Observation of Direct Photons in Central 158 A GeV 208Pb+208Pb Collisions", WA98Collaboration, M. M. Aggarwall, Phys. Rev. Lett. 85 (2000) 3595
2000 "Semi-inclusive Lambda and K-short production in p-Au collisions at 17.5 GeV/c", BNL E910 Collaboration, I. Chemakin et al., Phys. Rev.Lett. 85 (2000) 4868
2000 "Delta Production in 158 A GeV 208Pb+208Pb Interactions at the CERN SPS", WA98 Collaboration, M. M. Aggarwall, Phys. Lett. B 477 (2000) 37
2000 "Central Pb+Pb Collisions at 158 A GeV/c Studied by pi- pi- Interferometry", WA98 Colaboration, M. M. Aggarwall, Euro. Phys. Jour. C16 (2000) 445
2001 "Suppression of Hadrons with Large Transverse Momentum in Central Au+Au Collisions at sqrt(s) = 130 GeV", PHENIX Collaboration, K. Adcox et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 88 (2001) 22301
2001 "Antiproton Production in p+A Collisions at AGS Energies", BNL E910 Collaboration, I. Chemakin et al., Phys. Rev. C 64 (2001) 64908
2001 "Localized Charged-Neutral Fluctuations in 158 A GeV Pb+Pb Collisions", WA98 Collaboration, M. M. Aggarwall et al., Phys. Rev. C 64 (2001) 11901
2001 "Measurements of the Midrapidity Transverse Energy Distribution from sqrt(s) = 130 GeV Au-Au Collisions at RHIC", PHENIX, K. Adcox et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 87 (2001) 52301
2001 "Centrality Dependence of Charged Particle Multiplicity in Au-Au Collisions at sqrt(s) = 130 GeV", PHENIX, K. Adcox et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 86 (2001) 3500
2001 "Scaling of Particle and Transverse Energy Production in Pb+Pb Collisions at 158 A GeV", WA98 Collaboration, M. M. Aggarwall, Euro. Phys. Jour. C 18 (2001) 651
2002 "Inclusive soft pion production from 12.3 and 17.5 GeV/c protons on Be, Cu, and Au," E910 Collaboration, I. Chemakin et al., Phys. Rev. C 65, 024904 (2002)
2002 "Transverse mass distributions of neutral pions from 208Pb-induced reactions at 158A GeV," WA98 Collaboration, M. M. Aggarwal et al., Euro. Phys. Jour. C 23, 225-236 (2002)
2002 "Centrality dependence of pi+-, K+-, p, and anti-p production from sqrt(s) = 130 GeV Au+Au Collisions at RHIC", PHENIX Collaboration, K. Adcox et al., Phys. Rev Lett. 88 (2002) 242301
2002 “Suppression of Hadrons with Large Transverse Momentum in Central Au+Au Collisions at sqrt(s) = 130 GeV,” PHENIX Collaboration, K Adcox et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 88, 022301 (2002).
2002 "Transverse Mass Dependence of Two-Pion Correlations in Au + Au Collisions at sqrt(s) = 130 GeV," PHENIX Collaboration, K. Adcox et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 88, 192302 (2002)
2002 "Measurement of Single Electrons and Implications for Charm Production in Au+Au Collisions at sqrt(s) = 130 GeV," PHENIX Collaboration, K. Adcox et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 88, 192303 (2002).
2002 "Net Charge Fluctuations in Au+Au Interactions at sqrt(s) = 130 GeV," PHENIX Collaboration, K. Adcox et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 89, 082301 (2002).
2002 "Event-by event fluctuations in mean pT and mean ET in sqrt(s) = 130GeV Au+Au Collisions," PHENIX Collaboration, K. Adcox et al., Phys. Rev. C66, 024901 (2002).
2002 "Measurement of the lambda and lambda-bar particles in Au+Au Collisions at sqrt(s) = 130 GeV," PHENIX Collaboration, K. Adcox et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 89, 092302 (2002).
2002 "Flow Measurements via Two-particle Azimuthal Correlations in Au + Au Collisions at sqrt(s) = 130 GeV," PHENIX Collaboration, K. Adcox et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 89, 212301 (2002)
2002 "Event-by-event fluctuations in particle multiplicities and transverse energy produced in 158A GeV Pb+Pb collisions," WA98 Collaboration, M. M. Aggarwal et al., Phys. Rev. C65, 054912 (2002)
2003 "PHENIX Muon Arms", PHENIX Collaboration, H. Akikawa et al., Nucl. Inst. Meth. A 499 (2003) 537-548
2003 "Absence of suppression in particle production at large transverse momentum in sqrt(sNN) = 200 GeV d+Au collisions", PHENIX Collaboration, S. S. Adler et al., Phys. Rev. lett. 91 (2003) 072303
2003 "Elliptic flow of identified hadrons in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 200 GeV", PHENIX Collaboration, S. S. Adler et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 91 (2003) 182301
2003 "Scaling properties of proton and anti-proton production in sqrt(sNN) = 200 GeV Au+Au collisions", PHENIX Collaboration, S. S. Adler et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 91 (2003) 172301
2003 "Mid-rapidity neutral pion production in proton proton collisions at sqrt(s) = 200 GeV", PHENIX Collaboration, S. S. Adler et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 91:241803 (2003). hep-ex/0304038
2003 "Suppressed pi0 production at large transverse momentum in central Au+Au collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 200 GeV", PHENIX Collaboration, S. S. Adler et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 91 (2003) 072301
2003 "PHENIX on-line and off-line computing", PHENIX Collaboration, S. S. Adler et al., Nucl. Inst. Meth. A 499 (2003) 593-602
2003 "PHENIX detector overview", PHENIX Collaboration, K. Adcox et al., Nucl. Inst. Meth. A 4999 (2003) 469-479
2003 "One, Two, and Three Particle Distributions From 158 A GeV/c Central Pb+Pb Collisions"; WA98 Collaboration, M. M. Aggarwal et al.; Phys. Rev. C67 (2003) 014906
2003 "Centrality dependence of the high pT charged hadron suppression in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(sNN) = 130 GeV", PHENIX Collaboration, K. Adcox et al., Phys. Lett. B 561 (2003) 82
2003 "Centrality Dependence of Charged Neutral Particle Fluctuations in 158 A GeV 208Pb + 208Pb Collisions", WA98 Collaboration, Phys. Rev. C67:044901 (2003). nucl-ex/0206017
2004 "Double Helicity Asymmetry in Inclusive Mid-Rapidity neutral pion Production for Polarized p+p Collisions at sqrt(s_NN) = 200 GeV," PHENIX Collab., S.S. Adler et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 93:202002, hep-ex/0404027
2004 "Bose-Einstein Correlations of Charged Pion Pairs in Au+Au Collisions at sqrt(s_NN) = 200 GeV," PHENIX Collab., S.S. Adler et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, 152302 (2004). nucl-ex/0401003
2004 "High-pt Charged Hadron Suppression in Au+Au Collisions at sqrt(s_NN) = 200 GeV," PHENIX Collab., S.S. Adler et al., Phys. Rev. C 69, 034910 (2004). nucl-ex/0308006.
2004 "J/Psi production from proton-proton collisions at sqrt(s_NN) = 200 GeV," PHENIX Collab., S.S. Adler et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 92, 051802 (2004).
2004 "Single Identified Hadron Spectra from sqrt(s_NN) = 130 GeV Au+Au Collisions," PHENIX Collab., K. Adcox et al., Phys. Rev. C 69, 024904 (2004).
2004 "Identified Charged Particle Spectra and Yields in Au+Au Collisions at sqrt(s_NN) = 200 GeV," PHENIX Collab., S.S. Adler et al., Phys. Rev. C 69, 034909 (2004).
2004 "Interferometry of direct photons in central Pb-208 + Pb-208 collisions at 158 A-GeV", WA98 Collaboration, M. M. Aggarwal et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 93:022301 (2004), nucl-ex/0310022
2004 "J/Psi production in Au+Au collisions at sqrt(s_NN) = 200 GeV at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider", PHENIX Collaboration, S. S. Adler et al., Phys. Rev. C69:014901 (2004). nucl-ex/0305030
2004 "Measurement of Non-Random Event-by-Event Average Transverse Momentum Fluctuations in squareroot s_NN = 200 GeV Au+Au Collisions," PHENIX Collab., S.S. Adler et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, 092301 (2004).
2005 "Midrapidity direct photon production in p+p collisions at root(s) = 200 GeV", PHENIX Collaboration, S. S. Adler et al., Phys. Rev. D71 (2005) 71102
2005 "Centrality dependence of direct photon production in root(S-NN)=200 GeV Au+Au collisions", PHENIX Collaboration, S. S. Adler et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 94 (2005) 232301
2005 "Nuclear Modification Factors for Hadrons at Forward and Backward Rapidiites in Deuteron-Gold Collisions at sqrt(s_NN) = 200 GeV", PHENIX Collaboration, nucl-ex/0411054, Phys. Rev. Lett. 94 (2005) 82302
2005 "Jet Structure of Baryon Excess in Au+Au Collisions at sqrt(s_NN) = 200 GeV," PHENIX Collab., S.S. Adler et al., nucl-ex/0408007, Phys. Rev. C71 (2005) 51902
2005 "Systematic Studies of the Centrality and sqrt(s_NN) Dependence of dE_T/deta and dN_ch/deta in Heavy Ion Collisions at Mid-rapidity," PHENIX Collab., S.S. Adler et al., nucl-ex/0409015, Phys. Rev. C71 (2005) 34908
2005 "Production of phi mesons at mid-rapidity in sqrt(s_NN) = 200 GeV Au+Au collisions at relativistic energies" PHENIX Collab., S.S. Adler et al., nucl-ex/0410012, Phys. Rev. C72 (2005) 14903
2005 "Centrality and Transverse Momentum Dependence of Collective Flow in 158 A GeV Pb+Pb Collisions measured via inclusive Photons", WA98 Collaboration (M.M. Aggarwal et al.). nucl-ex/0410045, Nucl. Phys. A762 (2005) 129
2005 "Deuteron and anti-deuteron production in Au+Au Collisions at sqrt(s_NN) = 200 GeV," PHENIX Collab., S.S. Adler et al., nucl-ex/0406004, Phys. Rev. Lett. 94 (2005) 122302
2005 "Centrality Dependence of Charm production from a Measurement of Single Electrons Measurement in Au+Au Collisions at sqrt(s_NN) = 200 GeV", PHENIX Collaboration, nucl-ex/0409028, Phys. Rev. Lett. 94(2005) 82301
2005 "Measurement of single electron event anisotropy in Au+Au collisions at root(s_NN)=200 GeV", PHENIX Collaboration, S. S. Adler et al., Phys. Rev. C72 (2005) 24901
2005 "Measurement of transverse single-spin asymmetries for midrapidity production of neutral pions and charged hadrons in polarized p+p collisions at root(s)=200 GeV", PHENIX Collaboration, S. S. Adler et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 95 (2005) 202001
2005 "Formation of Dense Partonic Matter in Relativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions at RHIC: Experimental Evaluation by the PHENIC Collaboration", PHENIX Collaboration, nucl-ex/0410003, Nucl. Phys. A757 (2005) 184
2005 "Saturation of Azimuthal Anisotropy in Au+Au Collisions at sqrt(s_NN) = 62 GeV to 200 GeV", PHENIX Collaboration, nucl-ex/041140, Phys. Rev. Lett. 94 (2005) 232302
2005 "Azimuthal Anisotropy of Photon and Charged Particle Emission in Pb208 + Pb208 Collisions at 158 A GeV", WA98 Collaboration, nucl-ex/0406022, Euro. Phys. Jour. C41 (2005) 287
2006 "Single electrons from heavy-flavor decays in p + p collisions at root s=200 GeV," SS Adler et al. (PHENIX Collaboration), Physical Review Letters 96, 32001 (2006).
2006 "Nuclear effects on hadron production in d plus Au collisions at root S-NN=200 GeV revealed by comparison with p plus p data," SS Adler et al. (PHENIX Collaboration), Physical Review C 74, 24904 (2006).
2006 "Strangeness enhancement in p-A collisions: Consequences for the interpretation of strangeness production in A-A collisions," BA Cole, XH Yang, V Cianciolo, A Frawley, EP Hartouni, H Hiejima, A Lebedev, N Maeda, S Mioduszewski, K Read, M Rosati, RA Soltz, S Sorensen, JH Thomas, Y Torun, D Winter, and WA Zajc. Physics Letters B 639, 210 (2006).
2006 "Dense-medium modifications to jet-induced hadron pair distributions in Au+Au collisions at root(NN)-N-S=200 GeV," SS Adler et al. (PHENIX Collaborat), Physical Review Letters 97, 52301 (2006).
2006 "Azimuthal angle correlations for rapidity separated hadron pairs in d+Au collisions at root s(NN)=200 GeV," SS Adler et al. (PHENIX Collboration), Physical Review Letters 96, 222301 (2006).
2006 "Jet structure from dihadron correlations in d+Au collisions at root S-NN=200 GeV," SS Adler et al. (PHENIX Collaboration), Physical Review C 73, 54903 (2006).
2006 "Measurement of identified pi(0) and inclusive photon second-harmonic parameter v(2) and implications for direct photon production in root s(NN)=200 GeVAu+Au," SS Adler et al. (PHENIX Collaboration), Physical Review Letters 96, 32302 (2006).
2006 Improved measurement of double helicity asymmetry in inclulsive midrapidity pi(0) production for polarized p+p collisions at root s=200 GeV," SS Adler et al. (PHENIX Collaboration), Physical Review D 73, 91102 (2006).
2006 "Jet properties from dihadron correlations in p plus p collisions at root s=200 GeV," SS Adler et al. (PHENIX Collaboration), Physical Review D 74, 72002 (2006).
2006 "J/psi production and nuclear effects for d+Au and p+p collisions at root(S-NN)=200 GeV", PHENIX Collaboration, S. S. Adler et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 96 (2006) 12304
2006 "Nuclear modification of electron spectra and implications for heavy quark energy loss in Au + Au collisions at root s(NN)=200 GeV," SS Adler et al. (PHENIX Collaboration), Physical Review Letters 96, 32301 (2006).
2006 "Common suppression pattern of eta and pi(0) mesons at high transverse momentum in Au plus Au collisions at root SNN=200 GeV," SS Adler et al. (PHENIX Coll), Physical Review Letters 96, 202301 (2006).
2007 "Production of omega mesons at large transverse momenta in p+p and d+Au collisions at root S-NN=200 GeV," SS Adler et al. (PHENIX Collaboration), Physical Review C 75, 51902 (2007).
2007 "Inclusive cross section and double helicity asymmetry for pi(0) production in p+p collisions at root s=200 GeV: Implications for the polarized gluon distribution in the proton," A Adare et al. (PHENIX Collaboration), Physical Review D 76, 51106 (2007).
2007 "Measurement of density correlations in pseudorapidity via charged particle multiplicity fluctuations in Au plus Au collisions at root s(NN) =200 GeV," SS Adler et al. (PHENIX Collaboration), Physical Review C 76, 34903 (2007).
2007 "Elliptic flow for phi mesons and (Anti)deuterons in Au+Au collisions at root s(NN)=200 GeV," S Afanasiev et al. Physical Review Letters 99, 52301 (2007).
2007 "Centrality dependence of pi(0) and eta production at large transverse momentum in root s(NN) = 200 GeV d+Au collisions," SS Adler et al. (PHENIX Collaboration), Physical Review Letters 98, 172302 (2007).
2007 "Correlated production of p and (p)over-bar in Au+Au collisions at root s(NN)=200 GeV," A Adare et al. (Phenix Collaboration), Physics Letters B 649, 359 (2007).
2007 "J/psi production versus transverse momentum and rapidity in p+p collisions at root s=200 GeV," A Adare et al. (PHENIX Collaboration), Physical Review Letters 98, 232002 (2007).
2007 "J/psi production versus centrality, transverse momentum, and rapidity in Au+Au collisions at root S-NN=200 GeV," A Adare et al. (PHENIX Collaboration), Physical Review Letters 98, 232301 (2007).
2007 "System size and energy dependence of jet-induced hadron pair correlation shapes in Cu+Cu and Au+Au collisions at root S-NN 200 and 62.4 GeV," A Adare et al. (PHENIX Collaboration), Physical Review Letters 98, 232302 (2007).
2007 "Measurement of single muons at forward rapidity in p+p collisions at root s=200 GeV and implications for charm production," SS Adler et al. Physical Review D 76, 92002 (2007).
2007 "Energy loss and flow of heavy quarks in Au+Au collisions at root s(NN) = 200 GeV," A Adare et al. (PHENIX Collaboration), Physical Review Letters 98, 172301 (2007).
2007 "Measurement of direct photon production in p+p collisions at root s=200 GeV," SS Adler et al. Physical Review Letters 98, 12002 (2007).
2007 "High transverse momentum eta meson production in p+p, d+Au, and Au+Au collisions at root s(NN)=200 GeV," SS Adler et al. (PHENIX Collaboration), Physical Review C 75, 24909 (2007).
2007 "Evidence for a long-range component in the pion emission source in Au plus Au collisions at root s(NN)=200 GeV," SS Adler et al. (PHENIX Collaboration), Physical Review Letters 98, 132301 (2007).
2007 "Scaling properties of azimuthal anisotropy in Au plus Au and Cu plus Cu collisions at root s(NN)=200 GeV," A Adare et al. Physical Review Letters 98, 162301 (2007).
2007 "Detailed study of high-p(T) neutral pion suppression and azimuthal anisotropy in Au plus Au collisions at root s(NN) =200 GeV," SS Adler et al. (PHENIX Collaboration), Physical Review C 76, 34904 (2007).

Non-Refereed Publications

YearCitation
1987 PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM COLLISIONS BETWEEN 3.2-TEV O-16 AND TARGET NUCLEI OF C, CU, AND AU. By WA80 Collaboration (H.H. Gutbrod et al.). 1987. IN *Hirschegg 1987, Proceedings, Gross Properties of Nuclei and Nuclear Excitations*, 42-52 AND Darmstadt Schwerionenforsch. - PREPR. GSI 87-15
1987 ENERGY MEASUREMENTS IN OXYGEN INDUCED REACTIONS AT 60-AGEV AND 200-AGEV. By WA80 COLLABORATION (R. Albrecht et al.). 1987. DARMSTADT SCHWERIONENFORSCH. - PREPR. GSI 87-60 (87,REC.OCT.) 20p, In *Hirschegg 1988, Proceedings, Gross Properties of nuclei and nuclear excitations* 229-244.
1987 EVENT SIMULATION FOR THE WA80 EXPERIMENT. By S.P. Sorensen. 1987. Published in Nucl.Phys.A461:487c-500c,1987
1988 RESULTS FROM CERN EXPERIMENT WA80; WA80 Collaboration, Plasil et al.; Proceedings, Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics V; Sun Valley, Idaho, February 22-26, 1988, pp. 119-124.
1988 OXYGEN INDUCED REACTIONS AT 60 A GEV AND 200 A GEV STUDIED BY CALORIMETRY; S. P. Sorensen, WA80 Collaboration; Proceedings, 6th International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions; Schloss Nordkirchen, West Germany, August 24-28, 1987; Z. Phys. C38 (1988) 3- 14
1988 TARGET FRAGMENTATION IN PROTON-NUCLEUS AND 160 NUCLEUS REACTIONS AT 60 AND 200 GEV/NUCLEON; WA80 Collaboration (Schmidt et al.); Proceedings, 6thInternational Conference on Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions; Schloss Nordkirchen, West Germany, August 24- 28, 1987; Z. Phys. C3 (1988) 109-115
1988 CHARGED PARTICLE SPECTRA IN 160 INDUCED NUCLEAR COLLISIONS AT THE CERN SPS; WA80 Collaboration (Lund et al.); Proceedings, 6th International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions; Schloss Nordkirchen, West Germany, August 24-28, 1987; Z. Phys. C38, 51- 57 (1988).
1988 NEUTRAL TRANSVERSE MOMENTUM SPECTRA IN 60 AND 200 A GEV 160 + NUCLEUS AND PROTON + NUCLEUS REACTIONS; WA80 Collaboration (Loehner et al.); Proceedings, 6th International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions; Schloss Nordkirchen, West Germany, August 24-28, 1987; Z. Phys. C38, 97-103(1988).
1988 NUCLEUS-NUCLEUS COLLISIONS AT ULTRARELATIVISTIC ENERGIES; WA80 Collaboration, Gustafsson et al.; pp. 49-56 in Current Issues in Hadron Physics, 1988(Proceedings XXIII), Recontres Moriond Les Arcs-Savoie, France, March 13-19, 1988.
1988 ENERGY MEASUREMENTS IN OXYGEN INDUCED REACTIONS AT 60 A GEV AND 200 A GEV; WA80 Collaboration, Awes et al.; Proceedings, International Workshop XVI on Gross Properties of Nuclei and Nuclear Excitations, pp. 229-244, Hirschegg, Austria, January 18-22, 1988.
1988 OXYGEN INDUCED REACTIONS AT 200 AND 60 GEV/NUCLEON; WA80 Collaboration (Gutbrod et al.); Proceedings, 18th International Symposium on Multiparticle Dynamics Tashkent, USSR, September 8-12, 1987; pp. 381-409; World Scientific, Singapore, 1988.
1988 TRANSFER REACTIONS BETWEEN HEAVY IONS; C.Y. Wu, X. T. Liu, W. J. Kernan, D. Cline, T. Czosnyka, M. W. Guidry, A. E. Kavka, R. W. Kinkaid, B. Kotlinksi, S. P. Sorensen and E. Vogt; Proceedings, The Conference on High-Spin Nuclear Structure and Novel Nuclear Shapes; Argonne National Laboratory, April 13-15, 1988.
1988 NUCLEAR STOPPING IN OXYGEN-INDUCED REACTIONS AT 200 A GEV; WA80 Collaboration (Obenshain et al.); Proceedings, XIXth International Symposium on Multiparticle Dynamics -- New Data and Theoretical Trends, Arles, France, June 13-17, 1988.
1988 MOMENTUM DISTRIBUTIONS OF NEUTRAL PIONS IN HEAVY-ION REACTIONS AT THE CERN-SPS; WA80 Collaboration, Loehner et al.; Proceedings, IX International Seminar on High-Energy Physics Problems -- Relativistic Nuclear Physics and Quantum Chromodynamics; Dubna, USSR, June 14-19, 1988.
1988 ENERGY AND PARTICLE DENSITITES FROM OXYGEN-INDUCED NUCLEAR REACTIONS; WA80 Collaboration, Garpma et al.; Proceedings, IX International Seminar on High-Energy Physics Problems - Relativistic Nuclear Physics and Quantum Chromodynamics, Dubna, USSR, June 14-19, 1988.
1988 TWO NEUTRON TRANSFER IN HEAVY ION REACTIONS; S. P. Sorensen et al.; Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 33 (1988) 1021
1988 MASS, CHARGE, AND EXCITATION ENERGY DISTRIBUTIONS FOR HEAVY FRAGMENTS IN STRONGLY DAMPED REACTIONS 58NI + 165HO AT 16 MEV/AMU; S. P. Sorensen, et al.; Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 33 (1988) 927
1988 FLUCTUATIONS IN MULTI-PARTICLE PRODUCTION AND GAMMA/PI-ZERO RATIOS IN 200 A GEV 160 + AU COLLISIONS; WA80 Collaboration, Lund et al.; Proceedings, International Conference on Hadron Structure 1988; Piestany, Czechoslovakia, November 14-18, 1988.
1988 OXYGEN INDUCED REACTIONS AT 200 AND 60 GEV/NUCLEON; WA80 Collaboration, Schmidt et al.; Proceedings, 27th International Summer School for Theoretical Physics; Zakopane, Poland, June 3-15, 1987; Acta. Phys. Pol. B19 (1988) 399-417.
1988 NEUTRAL TRANSVERSE MOMENTUM SPECTRA IN 200 A GEV O + NUCLEUS REACTIONS; WA80 Collaboration (Loehner et al.); Proceedings, International Symposium on Collective Phenomena in Nuclear and Subnuclear Long Range Interactions, pp. 445-452 Bad Honnef, West Germany, May 4-7, 1987 World Scientific Publishing, Singapore, 1988.
1988 OXYGEN INDUCED REACTIONS AT 200-GEV/NUCLEON AND 60-GEV/NUCLEON. WA80 COLLABORATION (H.R. Schmidt et al.). 1987. Acta Phys.Polon.B19:399-417,1988
1988 NEUTRAL TRANSVERSE MOMENTUM SPECTRA IN 60-AGEV AND 200-AGEV O-16 + NUCLEUS AND PROTON + NUCLEUS REACTIONS. By WA80 Collaboration (H. Lohner et al.). 1987. Published in Z.Phys.C38:97,1988 Also in Nordkirchen QM87 1987:97
1988 COLLECTIVE FLOW, TRANSVERSE ENERGY PRODUCTION AND THE EQUATION OF STATE OF NUCLEAR MATTER; WA80 Collaboration, Kampert et al.; Proceedings, International Workshop XVI on Gross Properties of Nuclei and Nuclear Excitations, Hirschegg, Austria, January 18-22, 1988.
1989 TRANSVERSE ENERGY SCALING AND ENERGY DENSITY ESTIMATES FROM 160- AND 32S-INDUCED REACTIONS; WA80 Collaboration (Awes et al.); Proceedings, XXIV Recontres de Morion, "New Results in Hadronic Energy" pp. 485-490; Les Arcs, Savoie, March 12-18, 1989; Editions Frontiers, Gif- sur-Yvette, France, 1989.
1989 TRANSVERSE ENERGY AND MULTIPLICITY FROM HEAVY ION COLLISIONS AT 200 A GEV; WA80 Collaboration (H. G. Ritter et al.); Proceedings, Conference on Hadronic Matter in Collision, pp. 367-377, Tucson, Arizona, October 6-12, 1988 World Scientific Publishing, Singapore, 1989.
1989 PI0 SPECTRA AND CORRELATIONS FROM 160 + AU COLLISIONS AT 200 A GEV; WA80 Collaboration; Proceedings (H. Gutbrod et al.); Conference on Hadronic Matter in Collision, pp. 342-356, Tucson, Arizona, October 6-12, 1988 World Scientific Publishing, Singapore, 1989.
1989 FLUCTUATIONS IN THE MULTI CHARGED-PARTICLE PRODUCTIONS IN NUCLEUS-NUCLEUS COLLISIONS AT CERN SPS ENERGIES; WA80 Collaboration (S. Saini et al.); Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 34, 1989, 1205;
1989 ENERGY SPECTRA AND ENERGY DENSITIES OBTAINED FROM SULFUR-INDUCED REACTIONS AT 200 GEV/NUCLEON; WA80 Collaboration (F. E. Obenshain et al.); Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 34, 1989, 1205
1989 SECOND MOMENTS OF TRANSVERSE ENERGY, CHARGED PARTICLE MULTIPLICITY, AND FORWARD ENERGY DISTRIBUTIONS IN HEAVY-ION COLLISIONS; WA80 Collaboration (A. Franz et al.); Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 34, 1989, 1205
1989 TRANSVERSE ENERGY AND NEUTRAL PION SPECTRA OBTAINED FROM 160- AND 32S-INDUCED REACTIONS AT 200GEV/NUCLEON; WA80 Collaboration (Plasil et al.); Proceedings, 27th InternationalWinter Meeting on Nuclear Physics; Bormio, Italy, January 23-28, 1989; Ricerca Scientifica ed Educazione Permanente, Supplement 69, University of Milano, Italy. 1989.
1989 CORRELATIONS OF NEUTRAL PIONS IN ULTRARELATIVISTIC HEAVY ION COLLISIONS; WA80 Collaboration (Peitzmann et al.); Proceedings, Seventh International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Heavy Ion Collisions; Lenox, Massachusetts, September 26-30, 1988 Nucl. Phys. A498 (1989) 397c-402c.
1989 RESULTS FROM WA80 ON TRANSVERSE ENERGY PRODUCTION, FLUCTUATIONS IN MULTIPARTICLE PRODUCTION, AND GAMMA/PI0 RATIOS; WA80 Collaboration (Young et al.); Proceedings, Seventh International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Heavy Ion Collisions; Lenox, Massachusetts, September 26-30, 1988 Nucl. Phys. A498, 53c-66c (1989).
1989 REPORT ON THE OAK RIDGE WORKSHOP ON MONTE CARLO CODES FOR RELATIVISTIC HEAVY-ION COLLISIONS; T.C. Awes and S. P. Sorensen; Proceedings, Seventh International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Heavy Ion Collisions; Lenox, Massachusetts, September 26-30, 1988 Nucl. Phys. A498, 123c-132c (1989).
1989 ATTAINED ENERGY DENSITITES AND NEUTRAL PION SPECTRA IN NUCLEUS-NUCLEUS COLLISIONS AT 200 GEV/NUCLEON; WA80 Collaboration (Plasil et al.); Proceedings, ACS Symposium on Nuclear Dynamics and Nuclear Disassembly, pp. 517-528; Dallas, Texas, April 20-24, 1989; World Scientific Publishing, Singapore, 1989.
1989 MULTIPLICITIES AND RAPIDITY DENSITIES IN NUCLEUS-NUCLEUS COLLISIONS AT ULTRA-RELATIVISTIC ENERGIES; WA80 Collaboration (Otterlund et al.); Proceedings, International Conference on Physics and Astrophysics of the Quark-Gluon Plasma, pp.502-513, Bombay, India, February 8-12, 1988; World Scientific Publishing, Singapore, 1989.
1989 ENERGY SPECTRA AND ENERGY DENSITIES OBTAINED FROM SULFUR-INDUCED REACTIONS AT 200 A GEV; WA80 Collaboration (Obenshain et al.); Proceedings, 1989 Nuclear Physics Conference, Sao Paolo, Brazil, August 20-26, 1989.
1989 RESULTS FROM CERN EXPERIMENT WA80; WA80 Collaboration (PLasil et al.); Proceedings, International Conference on Physics and Astrophysics of the Quark-Gluon Plasma, pp.286-313, Bombay, India, February 8-12, 1988; World Scientific Publishing, Singapore, 1989.
1989 PI0 AND PHOTON SPECTRA FROM CENTRAL AND PERIPHERAL 160 + AU COLLISIONS AT 200 A GEV; WA80 Collaboration (Santo et al.); Proceedings, Seventh International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Heavy Ion Collisions; Lenox, Massachusetts, September 26-30, 1988 Nucl. Phys. A498, 391c-396c (1989).
1990 CHARGE AND MASS DISTRIBUTIONS IN STRONGLY DAMPED REACTIONS OF 58NI + 165HO AT 16 MEV/AMU; S. P. Sorensen et al.; Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 35 1990, 2362
1990 NUCLEUS-NUCLEUS COLLISIONS AT 60 TO 200 GEV/NUCLEON: RESULTS FROM THE WA80 EXPERIMENT AT CERN; WA80 Collaboration (Plasil et al.); Proceedings, International Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, Elba, Italy, April 2-7, 1990; Nucl. Phys. A519 (1990) 449c.
1990 NUCLEAR COLLISIONS AT 200 GEV/NUCLEON FROM WA80 EXPERIMENT AT CERN; WA80 Collaboration (Plasil et al.); Proceedings, VI International Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics,pp. 75-78; Jackson Hole, Wyoming, February 19-23, 1990; Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report, LBL-28709 (1990).
1990 TRANSVERSE MOMENTUM DISTRIBUTIONS OF NEUTRAL PIONS FROM 160 + AU COLLISIONS AT 200 GEV/NUCLEON; WA80 Collaboration Obenshain et al.); Proceedings, International Workshop on Relativistic Aspects of Nuclear Collisions, pp. 398-402; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 28-31, 1989; World Scientific Publishing, Singapore,1990.
1990 NUCLEUS-NUCLEUS COLLISIONS AT 60 TO 200 GEV/NUCLEON: RESULTS FROM THE WA80 EXPERIMENT AT CERN; WA80 Collaboration (Plasil et al.); Proceedings, 25th International Conference on High Energy Physics, Singapore, Republic of Singapore, August2-8, 1990; Nucl. Phys. A519 (1990) 449c.
1990 GLOBAL AND COLLECTIVE PHENOMENA OBSERVED IN NUCLEAR COLLISIONS AT ULTRARELATIVISTIC ENERGIES; WA80 Collaboration (Gustafsson et al.); Phys. Scr. T32 (1990)118-121.
1990 GLOBAL AND LOCAL FLUCTUATIONS IN DISTRIBUTIONS FROM ULTRARELATIVISTIC HEAVY ION INTERACTIONS; WA80 Collaboration (Idh et al.); Phys. Scr. T32 (1990) 147-149.
1990 FLUCTUATIONS IN TRANSVERSE ENERGY AND MULTIPLICITY, ENERGY DENSITIES, AND NEUTRAL PION SPECTRA IN NUCLEUS-NUCLEUS COLLISIONS AT 200 GEV/NUCLEON; WA80 Collaboration (Plasil et al.); Proceedings, International Workshop on Relativistic Aspects of Nuclear Physics, pp. 102-122; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 28-31, 1989; World Scientific Publishing, Singapore, 1990.
1991 EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS FROM CERN ON REACTION MECHANISMS IN HIGH ENERGY HEAVY ION COLLISIONS; S. P. Sorensen; Proceedings, PANIC XII, International Conference on Particles and Nuclei; MIT Cambridge, Massachusetts, June 25-29; Nucl. Phys. A527 (1991)607c.
1991 SEARCH FOR DIRECT PHOTONS IN HEAVY-IONCOLLISIONS; WA80 Collaboration (L. Dragon et al.); Proceedings, Quark Matter '90; Menton, France, 1990; Nucl. Phys. A525 (1991) 305c.
1991 WA80 MULTIPLICITY RESULTS AT 200 A GEV; WA80 Collaboration (A. Eklund et al.); Proceedings, Quark Matter '90; Menton, France, 1990; Nucl. Phys. A525 (1991) 675c.
1991 BOSE-ENSTEIN CORRELATIONS IN THE TARGET FRAGMENTATION REGION OF 200 A GEV 160 + NUCLEUS COLLISIONS; WA80 Collaboration (K. H. Kampert et al.); Proceedings, Quark Matter '90; Menton, France, 1990; Nucl. Phys. A525 (1991) 333c.
1991 TRANSVERSE AND FORWARD ENERGY MEASUREMENTS IN NUCLEUS-NUCLEUS COLLISIONS AT 60 AND 200 GEV/NUCLEON; WA80 Collaboration (S. P. Sorensen et al.); Proceedings, Hadron Structure '91; Stara Lesna, Czechoslovakia, September 16-20, 1991; pp. 55-64.
1992 PION ABSORPTION IN EXCITED NUCLEAR MATTER. WA80 Collaboration (H.R. Schmidt et al.). GSI-92-10, Feb 1992. 6pp. Quark Matter 1991 Conf., Gatlinburg, TN, Nov 11-15, 1991. Nucl.Phys. A544:449-454, 1992
1992 PHENIX EXPERIMENT AT RHIC.Phenix Collaboration (J.C. Gregory et al.). 1992. Nucl. Phys. A566:287c-298c, 1994
1992 INTERMITTENCY IN 200-GEV/NUCLEON S + S COLLISIONS. By WA80 collaboration (P. Jacobs et al.). LBL-32186, Mar 1992. 10pp. Workshop on Dynamical Fluctuations and Correlations in Nuclear Collisions, Aussois, France, Mar 16-20, 1992. Nucl.Phys.A545:311c-320c, 1992
1992 INTERMITTENCY IN 200 GEV/NUCLEON S+S COLLISIONS; WA80 Collaboration (P. Jacobs et al.); Proceedings of Workshop on Dynamical Fluctuations and Correlations in Nuclear Collisions; Aussois, France; March 16-20, 1992; Nucl. Phys. A545 (1992) 311c-320c.
1992 NUCLEUS-NUCLEUS COLLISIONS AT 60 TO 200 GEV/NUCLEON: RESULTS FROM THE WA80 EXPERIMENT AT CERN; WA80 Collaboration (F. Plasil et al.); Proceedings of the 25th International Conference on High Energy Physics; Singapore, August 208, 1990; South East Asia Theoretical Physics Association and Physical Society of Japan, 1992.
1992 SEARCH FOR DIRECT THERMAL PHOTONS IN HEAVY-ION COLLISIONS AT THE SPS; WA80 Collaboration (L. Dragon et al.); Proceedings of Pittsburgh Workshop on Soft Lepton Pair and Photon Production; Pittsburgh, Penn.; September 6-8, 1990; Nova Science Publishers, New York, 1992.
1992 PHOTONS AND NEUTRAL MESONS FROM HIGH-ENERGY NUCEAR COLLISIONS. WA80 Collaboration (H. Lohner et al.). 1992. 21th International Symposium on Multiparticle Dynamics, Wuhan, China, 23-27 Sep 1991. In *Wuhan 1991, Multiparticle dynamics* 596-606.
1992 PHOTON DISTRIBUTIONS IN HADRON NUCLEUS COLLISIONS AT 200-GEV/C; WA80 Collaboration (H.A. Gustafsson et al.). 1992. 21th International Symposium on Multiparticle Dynamics, Wuhan, China, 23-27 Sep 1991. In *Wuhan 1991, Multiparticle dynamics* 615-622.
1992 PHOTON MEASUREMENTS AND GLOBAL EVENT CHARACTERISTICS FROM NUCLEUS-NUCLEUS COLLISIONS AT 60 AND 200 GEV/NUCLEON; WA80 Collaboration (F. Plasil et al.); XXVI International Conference on High Energy Physics, Dallas, TX, August 6-12, 1992
1992 RECENT RESULTS FROM THE WA80 EXPERIMENT AT CERN; WA80 Collaboration (K. H. Kampert et al.); Proceedings, Quark Matter '91; Gatlinburg, Tennessee, November, 1991; Nucl. Phys. A544 (1992) 183c.
1992 CALORIMETER/ABSORBER OPTIMIZATION FOR A RHIC DIMUON EXPERIMENT; RD10 Collaboration (S. Aronson et al.); Proceedings, Symposium on RHIC Detector R&D, Upton, New York, October 10-11, 1991; BNL report BNL-52321 (1992).
1992 NUCLEAR STOPPING POWER; WA80 Collaboration (S. P. Sorensen et al.); Proceedings of the XXI International Symposium on Multiparticle Dynamics, pp. 582-591; Wuhan, China, September 23-27, 1991; World Scientific Publishing, Singapore, 1992.
1992 INTERMITTENCY IN 32S + 32S AND 32S + AU COLLISIONS AT THE CERN SPS; WA80 Collaboration (M. A. Bloomer et al.); Proceedings, Quark Matter '91; Gatlinburg, Tennessee, November, 1991; Nucl. Phys. A544 (1992) 311c.
1993 "Conceptual Design Report for the PHENIX Detector", PHENIX Collaboration, RHIC Report
1993 "Measurement of Forward and Transverse Energy in High Energy Nuclear Collisions", S. P Sorensen, Proc. 2nd Int. Conf. on the Physics and Astrophysics of the Quark-Gluon Plasma, Calcutta, Jan 1993. World Scientific Publishing, Singapore.
1993 SINGLE PHOTON AND NEUTRAL MESON PRODUCTION IN NUCLEAR COLLISIONS AT 200-A/GEV; WA80 Collaboration (K.H. Kampert et al.). IKP-MS-93-0302, Jan 1993. 13pp. 2nd International Conference on Physics and Astrophysics of Quark - Gluon Plasma, Calcutta, India, 19-23 Jan 1993. In *Calcutta 1993, Physics and astrophysics of quark-gluon plasma* 106-119
1994 CORRELATIONS IN THE TARGET REGION OF ULTRARELATIVISTIC NUCLEAR COLLISIONS; WA80 Collaboration (T. Peitzmann et al.). 1994. International Workshop on Multiparticle Correlations and Nuclear Reactions, Nantes, France, 6-10 Sep 1994. In *Nantes 1994, Multiparticle correlations and nuclear reactions* 46-57.
1994 SINGLE PHOTON PRODUCTION IN 200-A-GEV SULPHUR ON GOLD COLLISIONS; WA80 Collaboration (R. Santo et al.). 1994. NATO Advanced Study Workshop on Hot Hadronic Matter: Theory and Experiment, Divonne-les-Bains, France, 27 Jun - 1 Jul 1994. In *Divonne 1994, Hot hadronic matter* 347-354.
1994 PHOTONS AND NEUTRAL MESONS FROM HOT HADRONIC MATTER. WA80 Collaboration (H. Loehner et al.); Acta Phys. Polon. B25:503-519, 1994
1994 SINGLE PHOTON AND NEUTRAL MESON PRODUCTION FROM WA80. WA80 Collaboration (R. Santo et al.); QM 93; IKP-MS-93-0701, Nucl.Phys.A566:61c-68c,1994
1994 EFFECTIVE SOURCE SIZES OF LOW RAPIDITY SOFT PARTICLE EMISSION; WA80 Collaboration (T. Peitzmann et al.). IKP-MS-93-0301, Jan 1993. 2nd International Conference on Physics and Astrophysics of Quark - Gluon Plasma, Calcutta, India, 19-23 Jan 1993. Published in Nucl. Phys. A566:519c-522c, 1994 Also in Borlange Quark Matter 1993:0519-522
1994 "Updated Conceptual Design Report for the PHENIX Detector", PHENIX Collaboration, RHIC Report, Brookhaven Nat. Lab.
1994 COMPARISON OF PI0 AND ETA SPECTRUM FROM S + AU COLLISIONS AT 200-GEV/C; WA80 Collaboration. (A. Lebedev et al.). 1994. 4pp. Nucl. Phys. A566:355c-358c, 1994
1996 "Shlaer-Mellor Object-Oriented Analysis and Recursive Design, an Effective Modern Software Development Method for Development of Computing Systems for a Large Physics Detector" T. Kozlowski, T. Carey, C. Maguire, D. Whitehouse, C. Witzig, and S. Sorensen, Computing in High Energy Physics '95, 18-22 September 1995, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, World Scientific, Singapore, 1996, p.687-695.
1996 "The Application of Shlaer-Mellor Object-Oriented Analysis and Recursive Design to PHENIX Online Computing Systems" C. Witzig, E. Desmond, D. Whitehouse, T. Kozlowski, T. Carey, C. Maguire, A. Rrivedi, S. Sorensen and Yan Zhao, Computing in High Energy Physics '95, 18-22 September 1995, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, World Scientific, Singapore, 1996, p.696-700.
1996 "Interferometry Results from the CERN WA98 Experiment"; WA98 Collaboration (L. Rosselet et al.), Quark Matter 96, Heidelberg, Germany, May 1996. Nucl. Phys. A610 (1996)
1996 "Photon and Neutral Meson Production in 158 A Gev Pb + Pb Collisions" WA98 Collaboration (T. Peitzmann et al.), Quark Matter 96, Heidelberg, Germany, May 1996. Nucl.Phys. A610 (1996)
1996 "Search for Disoriented Chiral Condensates in 158 A GeV Pb + Pb collisions"; WA98 Collaboration (B. Wyslouch et al.), ICHEP 96, Warsaw, Poland, July 1996.
1996 "Data Access and Analysis of Massive Datasets for High-Energy and Nuclear Physics", D. Olson, G. Odyniec, I. Sakrejda, J. Marx, J. Siegrist, I. Hinchliffe, R.Jacobsen, D. Quarrie, W. Johnston, B. Tierney, N. Johnston, S. Lau, K.Campbell, A. Shoshani, D. Rotem, W. Barber, H. Simon, E. May, D. Malon, B.Gibbard, G. Riccardi, L. Dennis, H. Huang, S. Sorensen and S. Kumar; A Computational Grand Challenge Proposal, June, 1996. (Was approved by DOE with $2.7M over 3 years)
1997 FIRST EVIDENCE OF DIRECTED FLOW AT 158-A-GEV PB + PB COLLISIONS IN WA98 EXPERIMENT. By WA98 Collaboration (M.M. Aggarwal et al.). 1997. Prepared for International School on the Physics of Quark Gluon Plasma, Hiroshima, Japan, 3-6 Jun 1997. Published in Prog.Theor.Phys.Suppl.129:179-183,1997
1997 PEP: THE PHENIX EVENT PROCESSOR; V. Perevozchikov, G. Han, Q. Li, Q. Liu, Douglas R.O. Morrison, Y. Zhao, S.P. Sorensen, K. Pope, M. Pollack (Tennessee U.). Apr 1997. 3pp. Computing in High-energy Physics (CHEP 97), Berlin, Germany, 7-11 Apr 1997.
1997 OFFLINE ANALYSIS SOFTWARE FOR THE RHIC-PHENIX EXPERIMENT; S.P. Sorensen, V. Perevozchikov, Y. Zhao, Q. Li, G. Han, Q. Liu, Douglas R.O. Morrison, K. Pope, M. Pollack (Tennessee U.). Apr 1997. 6pp. Computing in High-energy Physics (CHEP 97), Berlin, Germany, 7-11 Apr 1997.
1998 SEARCHING FOR DCCS WITH THE WA98 EXPERIMENT AT CERN. By WA98 Collaboration (P.A. Steinberg et al.). Jun 1998. UIC Summer Workshop on Particle Distributions in Hadronic and Nuclear Collisions, Chicago, Illinois, 11-13 Jun 1998. Published in *Chicago 1998, Particle distributions in hadronic and nuclear collisions* 73-84
1998 SEARCH FOR DISORIENTED CHIRAL CONDENSATES: AN EXPERIMENTAL PERSPECTIVE; WA98 Collaboration (Tapan K. Nayak et al.). VECC-NEX-97005, Mar 1997. 15pp. 3rd International Conference on Physics and Astrophysics of Quark Gluon Plasma (ICPAQGP 97), Jaipur, India, 17-21 Mar 1997.
1998 COLLECTIVE FLOW IN 158-A-GEV PB + PB COLLISIONS. By WA98 Collaboration (M.M. Aggarwal et al.). 1998. Given at 13th International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (Quark Matter 97), Tsukuba, Japan, 1-5 Dec 1997. Published in Nucl.Phys.A638:459-462,1998
1998 SPIN PHYSICS WITH THE PHENIX DETECTOR SYSTEM. By PHENIX Collaboration (N. Saito et al.). RIKEN-AF-NP-282, May 1998. 4pp. Published in Nucl.Phys.A638:575-578,1998 e-Print Archive: hep-ex/9805003
1998 WAVELET ANALYSIS IN SEARCH FOR THE DISORIENTED CHIRAL CONDENSATE. By WA98 Collaboration (H. Lohner et al.). Jun 1998. UIC Summer Workshop on Particle Distributions in Hadronic and Nuclear Collisions, Chicago, Illinois, 11-13 Jun 1998. Published in *Chicago 1998, Particle distributions in hadronic and nuclear collisions* 55-65
1998 DIRECTED FLOW IN 158-A-GEV PB-208 + PB-208 COLLISIONS. By WA98 Collaboration (M.M. Aggarwal et al.). Jul 1998. 5pp. e-Print Archive: nucl-ex/9807004
1998 "Collective Flow as a Probe of Heavy-Ion Reaction Dynamics"; WA98 Collaboration (T. C. Awes et al.); Proceedings, Sixth International Conference on Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions, Gatlinburg, TN, Nucl. Phys. A 630 (1998) 499
1998 "Present Status and Future of DCC Analysis", WA98 Collaboration, T. Nayak et al.; Quark Matter 97 Nucl. Phys. A638 (1998) 249; e-Print Archive: hep-ex/9802019
1998 "Recent Results on Pb + Pb Collisions at 158 A GeV from the WA98 Experiment at CERN"; WA98 Collaboration (B. Wysloch et al.), Quark Matter 97, Nucl. Phys. A638 (1998) 147
1998 "Studying Heavy Ion Physics at the AGS Using proton-Nucleus Collisions", E910 Collaboration (B. Cole et al.), Quark Matter 97, Nucl. Phys. A638 (1998) 423
1998 "The PHENIX Experiment at RHIC"; PHENIX Collaboration (D. P. Morrison et al.); Quark Matter 97 Nucl. Phys. A638 (1998) 565-570. e-Print Archive: hep-ex/9804004
1998 STRANGE PARTICLE PRODUCTION AND AN H-DIBARYON SEARCH IN P A COLLISIONS AT THE AGS. By E910 Collaboration (I. Chemakin et al.). 1998. 6th International Conference on Hypernuclear and Strange Particle Physics (HYP 97), Upton, NY, 13-18 Oct 1997. Published in Nucl.Phys.A639:407-416,1998
1999 "Thermalization And Flow in 158 GeV/A Pb + Pb Collisions"; WA98 Collaboration (Schlagheck et al.); 15th Int. Conf. on Particle and Nuclei (PANIC 1999), Uppsala, Sweden, Jun. 1999; nucl-ex/9909005
1999 "Directed And Elliptic Flow in 158 GeV/A Pb Pb Collisions" WA98 Collaboration (Schlagheck et al) 14th Int. Conf. on Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (QM99), Torino, Italy, May 1999 nucl-ex/9907005
1999 ELLIPTIC EMISSION OF K+ IN 158-A-GEV PB + PB COLLISIONS. By WA98 Collaboration (M.M. Aggarwal et al.). 1999. 14th International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (QM 99), Torino, Italy, 10-15 May 1999. Published in Nucl.Phys.A661:464-467,1999
1999 RECENT RESULTS FROM THE WA98 EXPERIMENT. By WA98 Collaboration (T. Peitzmann et al.). 1999. Published in Nucl.Phys.A661:191-197,1999 Also in *Berkeley 2001, Nuclear physics in the 21st century* 502-506
1999 CENTRALITY DEPENDENCE OF PI- PRODUCTION AND STOPPING IN P - A COLLISIONS AT 18-GEV/C. By BNL-E-910 Collaboration (I. Chemakin et al.). UCRL-JC-133113, Feb 1999. 5pp. e-Print Archive: nucl-ex/9902009
1999 TWO PARTICLE CORRELATIONS IN 158-A-GEV COLLISIONS. By WA98 Collaboration (M.M. Aggarwal et al.). May 1999. Proceedings of 14th International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (QM 99), Torino, Italy, 10-15 May 1999. Published in Nucl.Phys.A661:427-430,1999
1999 TWO PARTICLE CORRELATIONS IN 158-A-GEV COLLISIONS. By WA98 Collaboration (M.M. Aggarwal et al.). May 1999. Proceedings of 14th International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (QM 99), Torino, Italy, 10-15 May 1999. Published in Nucl.Phys.A661:427-430,1999
1999 RECENT RESULTS FROM THE WA98 EXPERIMENT. By WA98 Collaboration (T. Peitzmann et al.). May 1999. Proceedings of 14th International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (QM 99), Torino, Italy, 10-15 May 1999. Published in Nucl.Phys.A661:191-197,1999
1999 "Collective Flow In Pb + Pb Collisionsat The CERN SPS"; WA98 Collaboration (Nishimura et al.); 15th Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics, Park City, Utah, Jan. 1999
1999 "Search For Disoriented Chiral Condensates In 158 A GeV Pb + Pb Collisions" Wa98 Collaboration (Nayak et al.) 15th Int. Conf. on Particle and Nuclei (PANIC1999), Uppsala, Sweden, June 1999; nucl-ex/9909018
2000 SEARCH FOR DISORIENTED CHIRAL CONDENSATES IN 158/A-GEV PB+PB COLLISIONS. By WA98 Collaboration (Tapan K. Nayak et al.). Jun 1999. 4pp. 15th International Conference on Particles and Nuclei (PANIC 99), Uppsala, Sweden, 10-16 Jun 1999. Published in Nucl.Phys.A663:745-748,2000 e-Print Archive: nucl-ex/9909018
2000 COLLECTIVE FLOW AND HBT IN PB + PB COLLISIONS AT THE CERN SPS. By WA98 Collaboration (M.M. Aggarwal et al.). 2000. Prepared for 15th International Conference on Particles and Nuclei (PANIC 99), Uppsala, Sweden, 10-16 Jun 1999. Published in Nucl.Phys.A663:729-732,2000
2001 MULTIPLICITY DISTRIBUTIONS AND CHARGED NEUTRAL FLUCTUATIONS. By WA98 Collaboration (Tapan K. Nayak et al.). VECC-CONF-INPC-01, Aug 2001. 5pp. Prepared for International Nuclear Physics Conference (INPC 2001): Nuclear Physics and the 21st Century, Berkeley, California, 30 Jul - 3 Aug 2001. Published in *Berkeley 2001, Nuclear physics in the 21st century* 507-511 e-Print Archive: nucl-ex/0108026
2001 MULTIPLICITY DISTRIBUTIONS AND CHARGED NEUTRAL FLUCTUATIONS. By WA98 Collaboration (Tapan K. Nayak et al.). Dec 2000. 15pp. Proceedings of International Symposium on Nuclear Physics (ISNP2K), Trombay, Mumbai, India, 18-22 Dec 2000. Published in Pramana 57:285-300,2001 e-Print Archive: nucl-ex/0103007
2001 OVERVIEW OF PHENIX RESULTS FROM THE FIRST RHIC RUN. By PHENIX Collaboration (W.A. Zajc et al.). Jun 2001. 15pp. Proceedings of 15th International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (QM2001), Stony Brook, New York, 15-20 Jan 2001. Published in Nucl.Phys.A698:39-53,2002 e-Print Archive: nucl-ex/0106001
2001 FIRST RESULTS FROM RHIC-PHENIX. By PHENIX Collaboration (K. Adcox et al.). 2001. Prepared for International Symposium on Nuclear Physics (ISNP2K), Trombay, Mumbai, India, 18-22 Dec 2000. Published in Pramana 57:355-369,2001
2002 ONE-, TWO- AND THREE-PARTICLE DISTRIBUTIONS FROM CENTRAL PB + PB COLLISIONS AT 158-A-GEV/C. By WA98 Collaboration (L. Rosselet et al.). 2002. Prepared for 15th International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (QM2001), Stony Brook, New York, 15-20 Jan 2001. Published in Nucl.Phys.A698:647-650,2002
2002 DIRECT PHOTONS IN WA98; WA80 Collaboration, Aggarwal et al.; 15th International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (QM2001), Stony Brook, New York, 15-20 Jan 2001. Published in Nucl. Phys. A698:135-142, 2002
2002 CENTRALITY DEPENDENCE OF CHARGED NEUTRAL PARTICLE FLUCTUATIONS IN 158-A-GEV PB-208+PB-208 COLLISIONS. By WA98 Collaboration (M.M. Aggarwal et al.). Jun 2002. 20pp. e-Print Archive: nucl-ex/0206017
2002 CENTRALITY DEPENDENCE OF THE HIGH P(T) CHARGED HADRON SUPPRESSION IN AU+AU COLLISIONS AT S(NN)**(1/2) = 130-GEV; PHENIX Collaboration (K. Adcox et al.). Jul 2002. Submitted to Phys. Lett. B e-Print Archive: nucl-ex/0207009
2002 PARTICLE DENSITY FLUCTUATIONS; WA98 Collaboration, B Mohanty et al.; 16th International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucelus Collisions, Quark Matter 2002 (QM 2002), Nantes, France, 18-24 Jul 2002. e-Print Archive: nucl-ex/0208019
2002 "Single and Dimuon Reconstruction Performance of the PHENIX South Muon Arm," Jason Newby et al., Quark Matter 2002, Nantes, France, July 18-24, 2002 (Poster Presentation)
2002 "Performance of the PHENIX South Muon Arm," Ken Read et al., Quark Matter 2002, Nantes, France, July 2002 (Poster Presentation)
2002 "Commissioning and Performance of the PHENIX Muon Identifier", Andrew Glenn et al., APS Division of Nuclear Physics Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 20-23, 2002

Presentations

YearMonthOccasionLocationTitle of TalkAuthor
1977 Jul Contributed Talk at the International Conference on Resonances in Heavy Ion Reactions Hvar, Yugoslavia Fusion of 16O + 16O Soren P. Sorensen
1982 Jan Seminar at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen Copenhagen, Denmark Quasielastic Transfer Reactions Induced by 56Fe Soren P. Sorensen
1982 Feb Seminar at Brookhaven National Laboratory New York Quasielastic Transfer Reactions Induced by 56Fe Soren P. Sorensen
1982 Feb Seminar at Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee Quasielastic Transfer Reactions Induced by 56Fe Soren P. Sorensen
1982 Apr Colloquium at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen Copenhagen, Denmark Transfer Induced Energy Dissipation in Heavy-Ion Reactions Soren P. Sorensen
1982 Nov Seminar at Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee Transfer Induced Energy Dissipation in Heavy Ion Reactions Soren P. Sorensen
1982 Nov Seminar at University of Tennessee Knoxville, Tennessee Transfer Induced Energy Dissipation in Heavy Ion Reactions Soren P. Sorensen
1983 Apr Seminar at University of Maryland College Park, Maryland Transfer Induced Energy Dissipation in Heavy Ion Reactions Soren P. Sorensen
1984 Feb Colloquium at the University of Tennessee (Job Interview) Knoxville, Tennessee Angular Momentum Transfer in Heavy Ion Reactions Soren P. Sorensen
1984 Feb Seminar at Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee Angular Momentum Transfer in Heavy Ion Reactions Soren P. Sorensen
1984 May Invited Talk at the Spring Meeting on Nuclear Structure at High Spin Niels Bohr Institute, Risø, Denmark Angular Momentum Transfer in Dissipative Heavy-Ion Collisions Soren P. Sorensen
1986 Apr Invited Talk at the 5th International Conference on Ultra-Relativistic Nucleau-Nucleus Cillisions Asilomar, California Event Simulation for the WA80 Experiment Soren P. Sorensen
1986 Oct Seminar at Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee Wall Calorimeter of Wa80 - Simulations and Expectations Soren P. Sorensen
1987 Jun Seminar at University of Liverpool Liverpool, England WA80: A Study of Ultra-Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions at CERN Soren P. Sorensen
1987 Jun Seminar at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen Copenhagen, Denmark Heavy Ion Collisions at 3.2 TeV Soren P. Sorensen
1987 Aug Invited Talk at the 6th International Conference on Ultra-Relativistic Nucleau-Nucleus Cillisions (QM87) Schloss Nordkirchen, W. Germany Transverse Energy Generation at 60 and 200 A GeV Soren P. Sorensen
1987 Nov Invited Talk at the 2nd Nordic Meeting on Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions Stochholm, Sweden New Results from WA80 Obtained with the Sulphur Beam at CERN Soren P. Sorensen
1987 Dec Seminar at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen Copenhagen, Denmark New Results from the CERN WA80 Experiment Soren P. Sorensen
1988 Feb Colloquium at Tennessee Technical University Cookeville, TN Ultra-Relativistic Nuclear Collisions at CERN: The Search for the Quark-Gluon Plasma Soren P. Sorensen
1988 Mar Seminar at University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN Various Aspectsof the WA80 Experiment at the CERN SPS Soren P. Sorensen
1988 Mar Colloquium at University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN Ultra-Relativistic Nuclear Collisions at CERN: The Search for the Quark-GluonPlasma Soren P. Sorensen
1988 Jun Invited Talk at the Gordon ResearchConference in Nuclear Chemistry Colby-Sawyer College, New London, NH Nuclear Stopping Power Soren P. Sorensen
1988 Jun Invited Talk at the Gordon Research Conference in Nuclear Chemistry Colby-Sawyer College, New London, New Hampshire Nuclear Stopping Power Soren P. Sorensen
1988 Oct Colloquium at University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN New Results from the Ultra-Relativistic Heavy Ion Program Soren P. Sorensen
1989 Jan Lecture at the University of Tennessee Science Club Knoxville, TN The Search for the Quark-Gluon Plasma Soren P. Sorensen
1990 Mar Invited Talk at the Workshop on Heavy Ion Physics at the AGS Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY Experimental Results Concerning Global Observables from the CERN SPS Heavy Ion Program Soren P. Sorensen
1990 Jun Invited Talk at PANIC XII, International Conference on Particles and Nuclei MIT, Boston,Massachusetts Experimental Results from CERN on Reaction Mechanisms in High Energy Heavy Ion Collisions Soren P. Sorensen
1990 Oct Seminar at Argonne National Laboratory Argonne, Illinois Stopping Power and Attainable Energy Densities in Ultra-Relativistic Heavy Ion Reactions Soren P. Sorensen
1991 Feb Lecture at University of Tennessee, Society of Physics Students Knoxville, TN The Quark-Gluon Plasma Soren P. Sorensen
1991 Mar Colloquium at the University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN Nuclear Stopping Power Soren P. Sorensen
1991 Sep Invited Talk at the International Conference on Hadron Structure Stara Lesna,Czechoslovakia Transverse and Forward Energy Measurements in Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions at 60 and 200 GeV/Nucleon Soren P. Sorensen
1991 Sep Invited Talk at the XXI International Symposium on Multiparticle Dynamics Wuhan, China Nuclear Stopping Power Soren P. Sorensen
1992 Aug Invited Lecture at the LAMPF Summer School on High Energy Nuclear Physics Los Alamos National Laboratory Global Aspects of High Energy Nuclear Physics Soren P. Sorensen
1992 Sep Seminar, University of Tennessee Knoxville, TN RHIC, PHENIX,& MUID Soren P. Sorensen
1993 Jan Invited Talk at the 2nd International Conference on Physics and Astrophysics of the Quark-Gluon Plasma Calcutta, India Measurements of Transverse and Forward Energy in High Energy Nuclear Collisions Soren P. Sorensen
1993 May Technical Talk at the TAC Review of the PHENIX Muon Detector Brookhaven Nat. Lab. Tracking in the PHENIX Muon Arm Soren P. Sorensen
1993 Nov Technical Talk at the TAC Review of the PHENIX Detector Brookhaven Nat. Lab The off-line computer system of PHENIX Soren P. Sorensen
1994 Mar Technical Talk at the DOE TAC review of the PHENIX Detector Brookhaven National Laboratory The Off-line Computer System of PHENIX Soren P. Sorensen
1994 Apr Colloquium at the Department of Physics University ofTennessee Hot and Dense Nuclear Matter Soren P. Sorensen
1994 Sep Invited Talk at the XII International Seminar on High Energy Physics Problems Dubna, Russia The PHENIX Experiment at RHIC Soren P. Sorensen
1995 May Colloquium at Peking University Beijing, China The PHENIX Experiment at RHIC Soren P. Sorensen
1995 May Seminar at the Institute of High Energy Physics Beijing, China The Off-Line Computing System in PHENIX Soren P. Sorensen
1996 Feb Invited Talk at the Workshop on Data Analysis in Nuclear Physics Oak Ridge, TN Computing and Data Analysis at RHIC Soren P. Sorensen
1996 May Techical Talk at the DOE TAC Review of the PHENIX Project Brookhaven Nat. Lab. The PHENIX Off-line Computing System Soren P. Sorensen
1996 Jun Colloquium at the Physics Department, Mississippi State University Mississippi Offline Computing at RHIC Soren P. Sorensen
1996 Sep Seminar, Department of Physics,UTK Knoxville, TN Computing Needs at RHIC Soren P. Sorensen
1996 Dec Invited Talk at the RHIC Core Software Symposium Berkeley, CA The PHENIX Event Processor Soren P. Sorensen
1997 Feb Colloquium, Department of Physics,UTK Knoxville, TN Relativistic Heavy Ion Physics Soren P. Sorensen
1997 May Contributed Talk at Computing in High Energy Physics 1997 Berlin, Germany The PHENIX Event Processor, PEP Soren P. Sorensen
1998 Jul Invited Talk at the Nordic Meeting on Nuclear Physics Jyvaskyla, Finland Proton-Nucleus Collisions at AGS Energies: Are all primary binary collisions equally important? Soren P. Sorensen
1998 Oct Colloquium, Rhodes College, Department of Physics Memphis, TN Can we recreatethe Big Bang in a Laboratory? Soren P. Sorensen
1998 Nov Technical Talk at the DOE TAC Review of PHENIX (Follow-up) Brookhaven Nat. Lab. Results of The Muon Arm Task Force Soren P. Sorensen
1999 Mar Colloquium, North Georgia College & State University, Physics Department Dahlonega,Georgia Can we recreate the Big bang in the laboratory Soren P. Sorensen
1999 Dec Colloquium, Middle Tennessee State University Murfreesboro, TN Can we recreate the Big Bang in the laboratory Soren P. Sorensen
2000 May Contributed Talk at the American Physics Society Spring Meeting Long Beach, California Systematics of Transverse and Forward Energy Production in 208Pb Induced Collisions at 158 GeV/nucleon Soren P. Sorensen
2000 Jun Invited Talk at the OSCAR III Workshop on Simulations for RHIC and LHC Nantes, France J/psi suppression and the SPACY event generator Soren P. Sorensen
2000 Jun Invited Talk at the OSCAR III Workshop on Simulations for RHIC and LHC Nantes, France Systematics of Transverse Energy Production at SPS and AGS Energies Soren P. Sorensen
2000 Jul Technical Talk in the PHENIX Physics Working Group on Global Variables Brookhaven Nat. Lab., NY Systematics of Transverse and Forward Energy Production in 208Pb Induced Collisions at 158GeV/nucleon Soren P. Sorensen
2001 Feb Colloquium at East Tennessee State University Johnson City, Tennessee Can we recreate the Big Bang in the Laboratory? Soren P. Sorensen
2001 Feb Colloquium, Department of Physics, UTK Knoxville,Tennessee The Quark Gluon Plasma: Has It Finally Been Found? Soren P. Sorensen
2001 Feb Colloquium at the UT Space Institute Tullahoma,Tennessee The Quark Gluon Plasma: Has It Finally Been Found? Soren P. Sorensen
2001 Mar Colloquium at Eastern Kentucky University Richmond, Kentucky Can we recreate the Big Bang in a Laboratory? Soren P. Sorensen
2002 Jan Lecture at the UT Science Forum Knoxville, TN Can We Recreate the Big Bang in the Laboratory Soren P. Sorensen
2002 Aug Lecture at The Technical Society of Knoxville Knoxville, Tennessee Heavy Ion Collisions and the Big Bang Soren P. Sorensen
2002 Sep Colloquium at Abilene Christian University Abilene, Texas Can We Recreate the Big Bang in the Laboratory Soren P. Sorensen
2005 Feb 21st Winter Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics Breckenridge, Colorado Open Heavy Flavor Production from Light Ion Collisions at RHIC Y. Kwon (postdoc)
2005 Apr APS Spring Meeting Tampa, Florida Single Muon Production in Cu+Cu Collisions at sqrt(snn) = 200 GeV I. Garishvili (PhD Student)
2005 Apr APS Spring Meeting Tampa, Florida Single Muon Production at Forward Rapidities in p+p Collisions at sqrt(s) = 200 GeV D. Hornback (PhD Student)
2005 Aug 18th International Conference on Ultrarelativistic Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions: Quark Matter 2005 Budapest, Hungary Heavy Flavor Production in p+p and d+Au Collisions at sqrt(s) = 200 GeV from Single Leptons over a Wide Kinematic Range Y. Kwon (Postdoc)
2006 Mar Seminar UT Space Institute at Tullahoma, TN The Gluon Liquid - An Overview of the Latests Results from the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider Soren P. Sorensen
2006 Mar Nuclear Physics Seminar University of Tennessee An Overview of the Latests Results from the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider Soren P. Sorensen
2006 Jun Seminar at the Institute for Modern Physics Lanzhou, China Charm Physics at RHIC Soren P. Sorensen
2006 Jun Seminar at Lanzhou University Lanzhou, China The Gluon Liquid - An Overview of the Latests Results from the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider Soren P. Sorensen
2006 Oct Colloquium at Trevecca Nazarene University Nashville, TN Can we recreate the Big Bang in the laboratory? Soren P. Sorensen
2007 Jan Nuclear Physics Seminar UT Physics Heavy Flavor Physics at RHIC and LHC Soren Sorensen
2007 Feb Colloquium at Baylor University Waco, TX Recreating the Big bang in the Laboratory Soren P. Sorensen
2007 Apr 15th International Workshop on Deep Inelastic Scattering, Munich, Germany Measurements of heavy quark production via single leptons in p+p and Au+Au collisions at sqrt(s) = 200-GeV D. Hornback (PhD Student)
2008 Feb Quark Matter 2008 Jaipur, India Heavy Flavor Production in p+p collisions in PHENIX D. Hornback (PhD Student)

Work as Organizer

YearMonthLocationOccasionRole
1988 Sep Lenox, Massachusetts, USA Seventh International Conference on Ultra relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions (QM88) Chairperson on section on Monte-Carlo Event Generators
1991 Sep Stare Lesna, Czechoslovakia Hadron Structure1991 Chairperson for section on Global Variables in Heavy Ion Reactions
1992 Jul Pisa, Italy NATO Advanced Study Institute on Particle Production Chairperson on section on theoretical models
1993 Jun Sweden Quark Matter 93 Conference Chairperson for the session on Global Dynamics
1993 Dec Newport News, VA DOE workshop on Distributed Collaborative Research Environments Chairperson for the session on Distributed File Systems
1997 Aug Brookhaven National Laboratory DOE review formic Computing Member of review committee
1998 Jan Brookhaven National Laboratory TAC review formic Computing Facility Chairing review committee
1998 Apr DOE, Germantown Office, Maryland Meeting on the DOE High Energy Physics and Nuclear Physics Divisions Role in the DOE Strategic Simulation Initiative Invited Panel Member
1998 Dec Brookhaven National Laboratory TAC Review of therein Computing Facility Review committee member
1999 Oct Brookhaven National Laboratory TAC Review of therein Computing Facility Review Committee Member
2000 May Long Beach, California American Physical Society Spring Meeting Chairing session on New Instrumentation artic
2009 Mar Knoxville Convention Center Quark Matter 2009 International Conference Co-chair and local organizer of a conference with 800-1000 participants

External Funding

GrantorDescriptionCoPIsTotal AnnualYour ShareFirst YearFirst MonthLast YearLast Month
DOE Nuclear Spectroscopic Studies C. Bingham (PI),M. Guidry, L. Riedinger, S. P. Sorensen 325,000 81,250 1988 Jul 1989 Jun
DOE Nuclear Spectroscopic Studies C. Bingham (PI), M. Guidry, L. Riedinger, S. P. Sorensen 85,000 85,000 1989 Jul 1990 Jun
DOE Nuclear Spectroscopic Studies C. Bingham (PI),M. Guidry, L. Riedinger, S. P. Sorensen 95,000 95,000 1990 Jul 1991 Jun
DOE Nuclear Spectroscopic Studies C. Bingham (PI),M. Guidry, L. Riedinger, S. P. Sorensen 394,000 98,500 1991 Jul 1992 Jun
DOE Nuclear Spectroscopic Studies C. Bingham (PI),M. Guidry, L. Riedinger, S. P. Sorensen 100,000 100,000 1992 Jul 1993 Jun
DOE Nuclear Spectroscopic Studies Carrol Bingham, Mike Guidry, Lee Riedinger & Soren Sorensen 430,000 107,500 1993 Jul 1994 Jun
DOE The PHENIXOff-Line Computing System Soren P. Sorensen 25,050 25,050 1993 Oct 1994 Sep
DOE Nuclear Spectroscopic Studies Carrol Bingham, Mike Guidry, Lee Riedinger& Soren Sorensen 110,000 110,000 1994 Jul 1995 Jun
DOE The PHENIXOff-Line Computing System Soren P. Sorensen 175,000 175,000 1994 Oct 1995 Sep
DOE Nuclear Spectroscopic Studies Carrol Bingham, Lee Riedinger, Mike Guidry 145,000 145,000 1995 Jun 1996 May
DOE The PHENIXOff-Line Computing System S. P. Sorensen 217,105 217,105 1995 Oct 1996 Sep
DOE Studies of Hot and Dense Nuclear Matter Soren P. Sorensen (PI), Ken Read and Felix Obenshain. 180,000 180,000 1996 Jun 1997 May
DOE Construction of The PHENIX Off-line Computing System Soren P. Sorensen (PI) 197,000 197,000 1996 Oct 1997 Sep
LME Photon Production in High Energy Heavy Ion Collisions Soren P. Sorensen (PI) 7,380 7,380 1997 Full Year 1998 Full Year
DOE Studies of Hot and Dense Nuclear Matter Soren P. Sorensen (PI) and Ken Read $180,000 $180,000 1997 Jun 1998 May
DOE Construction of the PHENIX Off-line Computing System Soren P. Sorensen (PI) $120,000 $120,000 1997 Oct 1998 Sep
DOE Studies of Hot and Dense Nuclear Matter Soren P. Sorensen (PI) and Ken Read $180,000 $180,000 1998 Jun 1999 May
DOE Studies of Hot and Dense Nuclear Matter Soren P. Sorensen (PI) and Ken Read $218,000 $218,000 1999 Jun 2000 May
DOE Studies of Hot and Dense Nuclear Matter Soren P. Sorensen (PI) and Ken Read $218,000 $218,000 2000 Jun 2001 May
DOE Studies of Hot and Dense Nuclear Matter Soren P. Sorensen (PI) and Ken Read $218,000 $218,000 2001 Jun 2002 May
DOE Studies of Hot and Dense Nuclear Matter Soren P. Sorensen (PI) and Ken Read (coPI) $205,000 $150,000 2002 Jun 2003 May
DOE Studies of Hot and Dense Nuclear Matter Soren P. Sorensen (PI) and Ken Read (coPI) $205,000 $150,000 2003 Jun 2004 May
DOE Studies of Hot and Dense Nuclear Matter Soren P. Sorensen (PI) and Ken Read (coPI) $205,000 $150,000 2004 Jun 2005 May
DOE Studies of Hot and Dense Nuclear Matter Soren P. Sorensen (PI) and Ken Read (coPI) $232,000 $155,000 2005 Jun 2006 May
DOE Studies of Hot and Dense Nuclear Matter Soren P. Sorensen (PI) and Ken Read (Co-PI) $232,000 $155,000 2006 Jun 2007 May
DOE Studies of Hot and Dense Nuclear Matter Soren Sorensen (PI) and Ken Read (Co-PI) $232,000 $155,000 2007 Jun 2008 May

Service Activity

First YearFirst MonthLast YearLast MonthType of ServiceOrganizationDescription
IEEE Transactions in Nuclear Physics, 1
1992 Professional Phys Rev C, Nuclear Physics Referee
1994 Jan Outreach Oak Ridge High School Participated in a career day arrangement
1995 2002 Professional DOE, Nuclear Physics Proposal reviews. Typically two reviews annually.
1995 Jan 1995 Feb UT UTK Research Computing Task Force Member of the group on Scientific Computing
1997 Fall 2000 Summer UT UTK Chairman of the Undergraduate Studies Curriculum Committee
1998 Professional Arkansas Science& Technology Authority, Proposal review in Nuclear Physics
1998 Fall 1999 Spring UT UTK Member of Focus Group on Computational and Information Science
1998 Fall 2000 Summer UT UTK College of Arts and Sciences Member of the Dean's advisory council
1998 Fall 2000 Summer UT UTK College of Arts and Sciences Member of the Natural Science Divisional Committee
1999 Spring 2000 Spring UT UTK College of Arts & Sciences Member of the Committee on the Natural Science Distribution Requirements
1999 Feb Present UT UTK Internal reviewer of the Department of Computer Science Program
2000 Sep Present UT UTK Department of Physics Department Head
2002 Fall UT UT Member of the College of Arts and Sciences' Space Committee
2002 Fall 2003 Spring UT UTK College of Arts & Sciences Member of the search committee for the Associate Dean of Research, Graduate Studies, and Facilities.
2002 Feb 2002 Feb Professional DOE, Office of Energy Research Small Business Technology Transfer Pre-reviewer for proposals in Computational Aspects of Nuclear Physics
2003 Apr 2003 Jul UT UTK College of Arts & Sciences Head of the search committee for the Director for the Biology Division.
2003 Sep 2003 Sep Professional DOE Nuclear Physics Member of the onsite review committee for the Nuclear Physics program at Yale University
2004 2006 UT University of Tennessee Member of the Scholarly Communication Committee
2004 Fall 2005 Summer UT University of Tennessee Member of the General Education Natural Science subcommittee.
2004 Sep 2004 Sep Professional DOE Nuclear Physics Member of the onsite review committee for the Nuclear Physics program at the Cyclotron Institute at Texas A&M
2005 Fall UT University of Tennessee Chair of the General Education Natural Science subcommittee.
2005 Jun 2006 May UT UTK College of Arts and Sciences Chair of the committee for an external search for a Head in the Department of Mathematics
2005 Aug 2009 Fall Professional Quark Matter 2009 Organizer Since August 2005 I have been involved in the planning and organization of the 2009 Quark Matter Conference in the Knoxville Convention Center. This conference is organized as a collaboration between ORNL, UT, and Vanderbilt, and I am responsible for UT's contribution.
2005 Aug 2009 Apr Professional Quark Matter 2009 Organizing Committee Leader of UT's contributions to the organization of the Quark Matter 2009 conference in Knoxville Convention Center (March - April, 2009)
2005 Sep 2005 Sep Professional DOE Nuclear Physics Member of the onsite review committee for the Nuclear Physics program at the Department of Physics at the University of Washington in Seattle
2006 Jan UT UT Member of the College of Arts and Sciences Budget Committee
2006 Oct 2007 Jul UT UT Chair of the Heads' Compensation Committee developing recommendations of compensation of Heads within the College of Arts and Sciences based on a comprehensive review of Head/Chair workload and compensation at 25 universities.
2006 Nov UT UT Member of the task force to develop plans for the usage of the Cherokee Farm area for UT
2007 Fall 2008 Spring UT UTK Member of subcommittee for International and Intercultural Initiatives for the UTK Strategic Plan
2007 Fall 2008 Spring UT UTK Graduate School Member of the task force to develop a new policy for Joint Doctoral Degrees
2007 Mar Professional University of Arkansas Member of the external review team for the Department of Physics at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR
2007 Apr 2007 Jun UT UT Member of the search committee for the Associate Vice Chancellor for Research
2007 Aug Professional DOE Member of the external review team for the Nuclear Physics Program at MIT, Boston
2007 Nov UT College of Atrs and Science, UTK Member of the task force to implement projects related to the America COMPETES Act.
2008 Jan 2008 Jan Professional Georgia State University Academic review of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at GSU

Awards and Honors

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Additional Information

YearMonthComment
2002 May Invited Talk: A review of the John Polkinghorne-Steven Weinberg debate on "A Designer Universe?" together with Pastor Larry Dipboye in the Forum of Science and Religion in Oak Ridge
2004 Jan Invited Talk: "The Anthropic Principle in Cosmology", The Forum for Science and Religion in Oak Ridge, January 29, 2004
2004 Nov "The Mathematics behind ranking of football teams", UT Science Forum
2004 Dec Outreach presentation to the Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church, Knoxville on "Can we recreate the Big Bang in the Laboratory?"
2005 Feb "What is everything made of?". Seminar at Knox County School System's In-service Day.
2005 Aug "The Mathematics Behind College Football Rankings", Colloquium at the Department of Nuclear Engineering at University of Tennessee.
2005 Aug "Can we recreate the Big bang in the laboratory?", speaking engagement to the Rationalists of East Tennessee at the Candy Factory, Knoxville
2005 Nov "What is everything made of?", Seminar for the College Scholars at University of Tennessee.
2006 Mar "What is Everything Made Off?" Presentation at the Forum for Science and Religion, Oak Ridge, TN
2007 Oct "What is everything made of?" - Presentation to the Oak Ridge Institute for Continued Learning, Roane State Community College, Oak Ridge, TN - October 12, 2007