AbstractDeconfined strongly interacting QCD matter is produced in the laboratory at the highest energy densities in heavy-ion collisions at the LHC. A selection of recent results from ALICE is presented, spanning observables from the soft sector (bulk particle production and correlations), the hard probes (charmed hadrons and jets) and signatures of possible collective effects in pp and p–Pb collisions with high multiplicity. Finally, the perspectives after the detectors upgrades, taking place in the period 2019–2020, are presented.
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Collaboration, F.N.A. ALICE Highlights. Proceedings 2019, 13, 6.
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Collaboration, Francesco N.A. 2019. "ALICE Highlights." Proceedings 13, no. 1: 6.
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