This workshop was established as a forum for experts from different subfields in nuclear dynamics to investigate unifying concepts of nuclear reactions in different beam energy regimes. The proceedings contain an overview of recent experimental and theoretical progress in nuclear dynamics from ultra-subbarrier fusion studies to the physics of the quark-gluon plasma at AGS, CERN and RHIC energies.
Results on search for a QGP with a TPC magnetic spectrometer at AGS and plans for A = approx 4 x pi TPC magnetic spectrometer at RHIC, S. Lindenbaum; intensity interferometry, K. Gelbke; collective flow in central and peripheral collisions of intermediate energy heavy ions, G.D. Westall; e+e- production in nucleon-nucleon collisions at the Bevalac K.L. Haglin; squeeze out, A.M. Poskanzer; the cooling of antiprotons in nuclear matter, C.M. Ko; recent results from E735 - a search for QGP in sq. root s = 1.8 TeV pp collisions, N.T. Porile; collective interaction of mesons in hot hadronic matter, E. Shuryak; Monte Carlo cascade and hydrodynamical models of ultrarelativistic heavy-ion collisions, L.P. Csernai; stopping and forward Baryon distributions in relativistic heavy-ion collisions, R. Bellwied.