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High Q 2 probes of the Quark-Gluon Plasma. Peter Jacobs Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. QCD: running of a S. Asymptotic Freedom. Confinement. High momentum. Low momentum. QCD jets in reality…. Final State Radiation (FSR). Detector. Initial State Radiation (ISR).

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high q 2 probes of the quark gluon plasma
High Q2 probes of the Quark-Gluon Plasma

Peter Jacobs

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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qcd running of a s
QCD: running of aS

Asymptotic Freedom

Confinement

High momentum

Low momentum

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qcd jets in reality
QCD jets in reality…

Final State Radiation

(FSR)

Detector

Initial State Radiation

(ISR)

Hadronization

{p,K,p,n,…}

Jet

Beam

Remnants

p

=

(uud)

Beam

Remnants

p

=

(uud)

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modern jet reconstruction algorithms
Modern jet reconstruction algorithms

KT jet

Cone jet

  • Cone algorithms
    • Mid Point Cone (merging + splitting)
    • SISCone (seedless, infra-red safe)
  • Sequential recombination algorithms
      • kT
      • anti-kT
      • Cambridge/ Aachen

Algorithms differ in recombination metric:

different ordering of recombination

different event background sensitivities

Jet

Fragmentation

Hard scatter

What everyone uses now: FastJet (M. Cacciari, G. Salam, G. SoyezJHEP 0804:005 (2008))

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inclusive jet production in proton proton collisions
Inclusive jet production in proton-proton collisions

Good agreement with pQCD @ (N)NLO over a broad kinematic range

Phys.Rev. D86 (2012) 014022

Phys.Lett. B722 (2013) 262

ALICE

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now consider matter
Now consider “matter”

Phase structure of water

Phase structure of QCD matter

heat

Limited exploration to date

Explored in detail

compress

heat

compress

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h ot qcd and high energy collisions of heavy nuclei
Hot QCD and high energy collisions of heavy nuclei

Model calculation

Real LHC Pb+Pb collision

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hot qcd in the laboratory colliders
Hot QCD in the laboratory: colliders

Au+Au √sNN=200 GeV

Pb+Pb √sNN=2.76 TeV

LHC @ CERN

RHIC @ BNL

STAR

PHENIX

CMS

ALICE

ATLAS

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jets in heavy ion collisions
Jets in heavy ion collisions
  • Controlled “beams” with well-calibrated intensity
  • Final-state interactions with colored matter are calculable
  • “Jet quenching”: quasi-tomographic probe of the Quark-Gluon Plasma

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jet quenching in qcd
Jet quenching in QCD

collisional and radiative energy loss

Jet quenching involves processes over wide range of Q2

Complex interplay of perturbative and non-perturbative dynamics

Calculable on the lattice…?

L

Probability distribution of

= expectation value of Wilson loop of spatial extent L (incorporates effects of the medium)

Second moment:

Total medium-induced jet energy loss (multiple soft scattering):

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High Q2processes in nuclear collisions (A+A):
    • no nuclear effects Glauber scaling of inclusive cross sections

Quantifying nuclear effects for (inclusive) hard processes:

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jet quenching via high p t hadrons
Jet quenching via high pT hadrons

Photons (color-neutral)

Jet quenching

Jet fragments (color-charged)

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hadron suppression rhic vs lhc
Hadron suppression: RHIC vs LHC

RHIC/LHC charged hadrons

RHIC p0, h, direct g

  • RHIC/LHC: Qualitatively similar, quantitatively different
    • interplay between energy loss (~matter density) and spectrum shape

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measurement of data modeling
Measurement of : data + modeling

JET Collaboration, arXiv:1312.5003

Fit pQCD-based models to single-hadron suppression data at RHIC and LHC

Compared to 5 years ago: significant improvement in precision due to LHC data

For a 10 GeV light quark at time 0.6 fm/c:

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so why bother with fully reconstructed jets
So why bother with fully reconstructed jets?

Single hadrons

Jets

STAR

  • High pThadron suppression is a disappearance measurement:
    • We mainly observe the energetic remnants of those jets that have not interacted
  • We want a complete dynamical understanding of jet quenching:
    • Jet energy is not “lost”: where does it go?
  • Jets and jet quenching are partonic in nature
    • Hadrons are an annoyance that may screen the essential physics
  • Jet quenching at the partonic level fully reconstructed jets

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jets in real heavy ion collisions
Jets in real heavy ion collisions

LHC/CMS

RHIC/Star

  • Different experiments take very different approaches to heavy ion jets
  • Experimental sensitivities
  • Treatment of backgrounds
  • Jet biases
  • Overall: work in progress
  • Diversity of approaches is crucial
  • Visual identification of energetic jets above background is fairly easy
  • Much harder: accurate measurement of jet energy within finite cone
    • Pb+Pb at LHC: over 100 GeV of uncorrelated background energy in cone R=0.4
    • Uncorrelated background has complex structure, including multiple overlapping jets at multiple energy scales
    • Very challenging…but not intractable

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dijet asymmetry a j
Dijet Asymmetry AJ
  • CMS version:
  • |hJet|<2
  • Lead jet pT,1 > 120 GeV/c
  • Subleading jet pT,2 > 50 GeV
  • Df1,2 >2p/3

Quantify dijet energy imbalance by asymmetry ratio:

Ratio reduces uncertainty in Jet Energy Scale

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lhc pb pb dijet energy imbalance
LHC Pb+Pb: Dijet energy imbalance

Enhanced energy asymmetry in central Pb+Pb collisions

Qualitative indication of jet quenching

QCD jets in QCD matter

inclusive jet r aa pb pb @ lhc
Inclusive Jet RAA: Pb+Pb @ LHC

Compare PbPb to pp data

Anti-kT jets with R = 0.2, 0.3, 0.4

x2

If PbPb = superposition of pp

CMS PAS HIN-12-004

  • Central (“head-on”) collisions: factor ~2 yield suppression
  • Full jet energy not recovered: still a disappearance measurement !?
    • Radiation scattered to large angle? softened below experimental sensitivity?

Hot QCD Matter

i nclusive jets au au at rhic
Inclusive jets: Au+Au at RHIC

J. Rusnak, Hard Probes 2013

Lower jet energies, larger S/B than LHC: more difficult measurement

Background suppression: require hard leading hadron in jet

pTthresh=7 GeV

pTthresh=5 GeV

Trigger bias

First systematically well-controlled heavy ion jet spectrum at RHIC

Data on tape: pTjet > 50 GeV/c

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j et suppression rhic vs lhc
Jet suppression: RHIC vs LHC

RHIC: central Au+Au

LHC: central Pb+Pb

Markedly larger jet suppression observed at LHC than at RHIC

Different jet quenching dynamics? Larger “out of cone” radiation at LHC?

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hadron vs jet suppression at rhic
Hadron vs jet suppression at RHIC

Hadrons

Jets

  • Jets are markedly less suppressed than hadrons at RHIC
  • Contrast LHC, where jet and hadron suppression are similar
    • Less out-of-cone radiation at RHIC?
  • Instructive to compare and contrast similar jet measurements at RHIC and LHC
  • Data-driven guidance on the nature of jet quenching
  • Strong constraints on theory/modelling

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infrared collinear safe jets in heavy i on c ollisions hadron jet correlations
Infrared+collinear safe jets in heavy ion collisions: hadron+jet correlations

Semi-inclusive yield of jets recoiling from a high pT hadron trigger

Measured

Calculable in fixed-order pQCD

Recoil jet

Recoil jet spectrum in p+pcollisions

  • Consider two different trigger pT intervals
  • Higher pTtrigger
    • biases towards higher Q2 processes
    • harder recoil jet spectrum

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irc safe jet quenching h jet
IRC-safe jet quenching: h+jet

Central Pb+Pb (ALICE data)

noise jets

8

20

p+p

Recoil jets

Trigger-correlated jets

Bkgd-corrected jet pT:

r: event-wise bkgd density estimate

Ai = jet area (Fastjet)

But: no jet-by-jet rejection; retain complete jet population (signal +bkgd)

S/B discrimination done entirely at the event-ensemble level

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irc safe jets intra jet broadening due to quenching
IRC-safe jets: intra-jet broadening due to quenching?
  • Ratio of differential recoil yields
    • R=0.2/R=0.5
  • Compare ratios for central
  • Pb+Pb and p+p

No evidence of intra-jet broadening due to quenching

within jet radius R~0.5

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large angle scattering off the qgp
Large-angle scattering off the QGP

d’Eramo et al, arXiv:1211.1922

Discrete scattering centers or effectively continuous medium?

  • Look at the rate of large-angle deflections
  • (DIS-like scattering off the QGP)
    • what are the quasi-particles?
  • Weak coupling: pQCD calculation
  • Strong coupling: AdS/CFT calculation

Strong coupling:

Gaussian distribution

  • Weak coupling:
    • hard tail

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h jet @ lhc medium induced acoplanarity
h+jet @ LHC: medium-induced acoplanarity?

Df

“DIS off the QGP”: look at rate of large-angle scattering…?

Compare to p+p

No evidence of medium-induced acoplanarity

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d’Eramo et al, arXiv:1211.1922

cms photon jet angular correlation
CMS : photon-jet angular correlation

“QGP Rutherfold experiment”

Anti-kT jet R = 0.3

PbPb

Photon

Jet

pp

pp

pp

Photon

“Backscattering?”

Jet

Azimuthal angle difference between photon and jet

PLB 718 (2013) 773

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compare cms g jet alice h jet
Compare CMS g+jet/ALICE h+jet
  • Many differences: trigger, jet kinematics, jet selection bias, parton flavor bias,…
  • But still: distributions are similar
  • Difference in tails….?

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h jet @ rhic star
[email protected] RHIC (STAR)

Au+Au peripheral

Au+Au central

  • Similar analysis as [email protected]:
    • background correction done entirely at event-ensemble level
  • Systematically well-controlled measurement of small jet signal in large combinatorial background

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h jet recoil yield suppression rhic vs lhc
h+jet recoil yield suppression: RHIC vs LHC

STAR central Au+Au

ALICE central Pb+Pb

Are these consistent?

  • Convert vertical suppression into horizontal shift: energy loss out of jet cone
      • RHIC: DE ~ 5 GeV
      • LHC: DE ~ 7 GeV

R=0.5

Direct, IRC-safe measurement of partonic energy loss

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h jet azimuthal distributions rhic vs lhc
h+jet azimuthal distributions: RHIC vs LHC

Df

Au+Au 0-10%

Au+Au 60-80%

Au+Au 0-10%

Pb+Pb 2.76 TeV 0-10%

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  • RHIC/LHC: No evidence yet of large-angle scattering
    • (N)NLO pQCD calculations underway for baseline expectation
  • LHC Run 2: significant improvement in statistical precision

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outlook
Outlook
  • Jet quenching is a deep problem in QCD
    • Field-theoretical basis, several theory/modeling approaches
    • Experiment: challenging measurements, promising new ideas
  • Techniques in place for precise measurements of IRC-safe jets (not an approximation) in nuclear collisions at both RHIC and LHC, over the full kinematic range available
  • Needed for statistical precision:
    • LHC Run 2
    • future RHIC running + upgrades
  • We are approaching the long-standing goal of applying jets as precisely controlled tomographic probes of hot QCD matter

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extra slides
Extra slides

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finite temperature qcd on the lattice m b 0
Finite Temperature QCD on the lattice (mB=0)

Slow convergence to non-interacting Steffan-Boltzmann limit

What carries energy - complex bound states of q+g? “strongly-coupled” plasma?

Energy density

S. Borsanyi et al., JHEP 1011, 077 (2010)

Temperature [MeV]

Cross-over, not sharp phase transition

(like ionization of atomic plasma)

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inclusive jet spectrum isolation of hard jet component
Inclusive jet spectrum: isolation of hard jet component

G. De Barros et al., arXiv:1208.1518

  • Require leading hadron of each jet candidate to be above pT threshold
    • Imposition of momentum scale discriminating hard from non-hard jets
    • Infrared-safe: large fraction of jet energy can still be carried by very soft radiation (down to ~200 MeV)
    • Collinear-unsafe: minimize pT cut and vary it to assess its effect

unbiased

biased

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inclusive jets at rhic compare au au and p p
Inclusive jets at RHIC: compare Au+Au and p+p

Ratio of heavy ion jet yield to p+p jet cross section

p+p spectrum with leading hadron bias

biased Au+Au/unbiased p+p

Bias persists to ~few times hadron pT threshold

  • Bias in Au+Au not markedly different than in p+p
    • Vacuum-like jets?

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b ackground density estimate
Background density estimate
  • For each event:
  • Run jet finder, collect all jet candidates
  • Tabulate jet energy pT,ijetand area Ai jet
  • Event-wide median energy density:

STAR Preliminary

Jet candidate pT corrected event-wise for median background density:

  • ~half the jet population has pT < 0
  • Not interpretable as physical jets
  • But we do not reject this component explicitly by a cut in pT:
    • Contains crucial information about background or “combinatorial” jets
    • Rejected at later step by imposition of a specific (transparent) bias on candidates

STAR Preliminary

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true and measured jet spectra
True and measured jet spectra
  • ATLAS/CMS algorithm:
  • reject jet candidates based on pT
  • Correct for missing yield by simulation

simulation

STAR Preliminary

  • STAR/ALICE:
  • keep entire pT distribution
  • Reject background based on other observables

Analysis steps:

Isolate the real hard jet component and suppress combinatorial component

“Unfold” the effects of energy smearing on the hard jet component

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vacuum reference nlo vs mc shower
Vacuum reference: NLO vs MC shower

NLO: D. de Florian arXiv:0904.4402

MC shower and NLO differ

Compare ALICE [email protected] TeV (not shown): MC shower strongly favored

Important lesson for jet quenching via [email protected]

p+p √s=2.76 TeV

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