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Frontiers in hadron and nuclear physics with strangeness and charm

Registration closed 12/10/2015.


Ines Campo
+39 0461 314721
Monday, 19 October, 2015 - 09:00 to Friday, 23 October, 2015 - 12:00
ECT* Conference room

The workshop, “Frontiers in hadron and nuclear physics with strangeness and charm”, will focus on the most recent developments in the strangeness and charm physics (hadronic and nuclear), both in theory and experiment. The strangeness and charm physics sectors are evolving very fast, with experimental results coming from many recent experiments (HADES and FOPI at GSI, SIDDHARTA, and AMADEUS at DAFNE in Europe, as well as experiments at J-PARC and Belle in Japan, JLab in USA and BEPC in China); other experiments are planned (at BEPCII, DAFNE, GSI, FAIR, JLAB, ELSA, MAMI, BELLE or JPARC) or are in the proposal preparation phase. On the theoretical side, refined calculations and methods (chiral perturbation, lattice theory, EFT, many body calculations, potential models etc) are producing extremely accurate results awaiting further confirmation. Combining the theoretical and experimental findings is allowing a better and more accurate understanding of the processes undergoing in the low-energy QCD sector, with implications going from particle and nuclear physics to astrophysics. 

The aim of this Workshop is to discuss the recent achievements, the theoretical findings, and to make a step forward in planning the European and global strategy in the field, based on the exchange among experimentalists and theorists in the view of a deeper and more complete understanding of the underlying phenomena.

Registration period: 
17 Aug 2015 to 11 Oct 2015


Kai-Thomas Brinkmann Universität Giessen
Catalina Curceanu LNF – INFN Frascati
Johann Marton SMI-Vienna
Ulf-G. Meissner Universitaet Bonn & FZ Juelich
Bing-Song Zou ITP/CAS - Beijing


Last nameFirst nameInstitutionCountry of Institution
BrinkmannKai-ThomasJustus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, II. Physikalisches InstitutGermany
CargnelliMichaelAustrian Academy of SciencesAustria
CieplyAlesNuclear Physics InstituteCzechia
CurceanuCatalina OanaLNF-INFNItaly
Del GrandeRaffaeleLNF-INFNItaly
DongYubingInstitute of High Energy Physicsd, Chinese Academy of SciencesChina
FilippiAlessandraINFN TorinoItaly
FriedmanEliahuHebrew Univ. Racah Inst. PhysicsIsrael
GalAvrahamHebrew University Israel
GuaraldoCarloIstituto Nazionale Fisica NucleareItaly
HaasJanJLU GiessenGermany
HrtankovaJaroslavaNuclear Physics InstituteCzech Republic
HyodoTetsuoYukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto UniversityJapan
JiaYuInstitute of High Energy PhysicsChina
MaresJiriNuclear Physics Institute Czech Republic
MartinezHectorTU MuenchenGermany
MartonJohannStefan Meyer InstituteAustria
MatulewiczTomaszUniversity of WarsawPolska
MeißnerUlf-G.Univ. Bonn and FZ JülichGermany
MerafinaMarcoUniversity of Rome La SapienzaItaly
MünzerRobertExcellence Cluster UniverseGermany
OhnishiHiroakiRIKEN / RCNP Osaka Univ.JAPAN
OhnishiShotaHokkaido UniversityJapan
PederivaFrancescoUniversity of TrentoItaly
PetschauerStefanTU MünchenGermany
piscicchiakristianLNF (INFN), Centro FermiItaly
SirghiDiana LauraINFN-LNFItally
TamuraHirokazuTohoku UniversityJapan
VeselyPetrInstitute of Nuclear Physics, Czech Academy of SciencesCzech Republic
WangPingInstitute of High Energy PhysicsChina
WilliamsRichardUniversity of GiessenGermany
WycechSlawomirNational Centre for Nuclear ResearchPoland
ZhaoQiangInstitute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of SciencesP.R. China
ZouBingsongInstitute of Theoretical Physics, CASChina