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Diquark Correlations in Hadron Physics: Origin, Impact and Evidence

Registration closed 21/08/2019.


Susan Driessen
+39 0461 314722
Monday, 23 September, 2019 - 08:00 to Friday, 27 September, 2019 - 14:00
ECT* meeting room

The last decade has seen a dramatic shift in the way we understand the internal structure of hadronic systems. Modern experimental facilities, new theoretical techniques for the continuum bound-state problem and progress with lattice-regularized QCD have provided strong indications that soft quarkquark (diquark) correlations play a crucial role in hadron physics. For example, theory indicates that the appearance of such correlations is a necessary consequence of dynamical chiral symmetry breaking, viz. the mechanism responsible for emergence of almost all visible mass in the universe; experiment has uncovered signals for such correlations in the flavour-separation of the proton’s electromagnetic form factors; and phenomenology suggests that diquark correlations might be critical to the formation of exotic tetra- and penta-quark hadrons. This workshop will gather experimentalists and theorists to undertake a critical review of existing information, consolidate the facts, and therefrom develop a coherent, unified picture of hadron structure.

Registration period: 
08 Jul 2019 to 20 Aug 2019


Craig Roberts Nanjing Universiity
Elena Santopinto INFN-GE
Bogdan Wojtsekhowski Jefferson Lab
Jorge Segovia Pablo de Olavide University Seville
Jacopo Ferreti Yale University


Last nameFirst nameInstitutionCountry of Institution
BedollaMarco AntonioMesoamerican Center for Theoretical PhysicsMexico
BrooksWilliamUniversidad Técnica Federico Santa MaríaChile
CatesGordonUniversity of VirginiaUnited States
ChenChenJustus-Liebig-Universität GießenGermany
ChenYingInstittue of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of SciencesChina
CisbaniEvaristoItalian National Institute of HealthItaly
ColePhilipLamar UniversityUSA
EichmannGernotInstituto Superior TecnicoPortugal
EntRolfJefferson LabUSA
FerrettiJacopoYale UniversityUSA
GotheRalfUniversity of South CarolinaUnited States
HornTanjaCatholic University of AmericaUSA
liutisimonettaUniversity of VirginiaUnited States
MezragCédricINFN sezione di RomaItalia
PuckettAndrewUniversity of ConnecticutUSA
Salme'GiovanniIstituto Nazionale di Fisica NucleareItaly
SantopintoElenaIstituto Nazionale di Fisica NucleareItaly
SegoviaJorgeUniversity Pablo de OlavideSpain
SyritsynSergeyStony Brook UniversityUnited States
TakizawaMakotoShowa Pharmaceutical UniversityJapan
Tomasi-GustafssonEgleCommissariat à l'Energie AtomiqueFrance
WeinPhilippUniversität RegensburgGermany
WojtsekhowskiBogdanJefferson LabUSA