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Spectroscopy of Resonances and QCD
Spectroscopic investigations of nature have been essential in establishing the quark model and subsequently QCD. With the “second charm revolution” happening right now with the discovery and establishment of unusual states called X, Y, Z in the charm mass region and similar states observed containing bottom quarks a new window for getting insights into the strong interaction has opened up. Searches for similar phenomena are intensified in the light-mass region. Identifying and classifying hadronic molecules, tetra-quark states and gluonic excitations like hybrids and glueballs will ultimately lead to a better understanding of the different facets of the strong interaction. The current workshop should review the experimental situation and theoretical efforts, methods and models available and pursued in future to give future guidance to experimentalists and theorists.
|Ulf-G. Meissner||Universitaet Bonn & FZ Juelich|
|Klaus Peters||GSI Darmstadt / GU Frankfurt|
|Ulrich Wiedner||Universität Bochum|