Abstract: Resonance production from jet fragmentation

Christina Markert (STAR Collaboration) Short lived resonances are sensitive to the medium properties in a heavy-ion collision. Heavy hadrons have a larger probability to be produced within the quark gluon plasma phase due to their short formation times. Therefore heavy mass resonances are more likely to be affected by the chirally symmetric medium, and the identification of the early produced resonances from jet fragmentation might be a viable option to study chirality. The high momentum resonances on the away-side of a di-jet are likely modified by the partonic or early hadronic medium. In my talk I will discuss first results of triggered hadron-resonance correlations in heavy ion collisions.