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ICNFP / Recent LHCb results on ion and fixed-target data

Fully instrumented in the forward region, LHCb provides unique capabilities to study the nuclear environment using a variety of measurements from open and hidden heavy flavor production to electroweak and single and multiple particles distribution. In this talk, we present the latest LHCb measurements in pPb and PbPb collisions at several centre-of-mass energies as well as the latest measurements using the SMOG fixed-target setup. All the measurements have been compared to the latest theory predictions, giving a crucial contribution in the areas of charm production and hadronisation and the understanding of nuclear matter effects in the initial and final state. The performance of the newly upgraded LHCb detector will also be discussed, together with the precision in heavy-ion physics expected with the future upgrades.

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