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STRANEX: Recent progress and perspectives in STRANge EXotic atoms studies and related topics


Michela Chistè
Monday, 21 October, 2019 - 08:00 to Friday, 25 October, 2019 - 14:00
ECT* meeting room

The STRANEX workshop will focus on the most recent achievements and open problems in the studies of strange exotic atoms & related topics. World-leading experts and young scientists, working in theory and experiment, will provide a state-of-the-art overview on strange exotic atoms research and related topics performed worldwide by pioneering and leading groups in the field. The workshop will address questions as: How does QCD behave at very low-energies in systems with strangeness and how strange exotic atoms contribute to its understanding? What is the nature of Lambda(1405) and how strongly bound are kaonic nuclei? What is the role of strangeness in neutron stars? It is the right time for the communities working in this field to come together, discuss their findings and plan future activities towards a deeper understanding of the role of strangeness in the Universe.

Registration period: 
05 Aug 2019 to 30 Sep 2019


Catalina Curceanu LNF – INFN Frascati
Jiri Mares Nuclear Physics Institute - Rez/Prague
Shinji Okada RIKEN
Angels Ramos University of Barcelona
Johann Zmeskal Stefan Meyer Institute


Last nameFirst nameInstitutionCountry of Institution
BrunsPeter ChristianNuclear Physics Institute of the Czech Academy of SciencesCzech Republic
CieplyAlesNuclear Physics Institute, Czech Academy of SciencesCzechia
CurceanuCatalinaCentro FermiItalia
CurceanuCatalina OanaLNF-INFNItaly
Del GrandeRaffaeleINFN-LNFItaly
FabbiettiLauraTechnische Universität MünchenGermany
Feijoo AliauAlbertNuclear Physics Institute of the Czech Academy of ScienceCzech Republic
FriedmanEliahuRacah Institute of Physics, Hebrew University, JerusalemIsrael
GalAvrahamRacah Institute of Physics, The Hebrew University of JerusalemIsrael
HrtankovaJaroslavaNuclear Physics Institute of the ASCRCzech Republic
MaresJiriNuclear Physics Institute Czech Republic
MartonJohannStefan Meyer InstituteÖsterreich
OhnishiHiroakiELPH, Tohoku UniversityJAPAN
RamosAngelsUniversity of BarcelonaSpain
ScherlSigridÖAW - Austrian Academy of SciencesAustria
ScordoAlessandroLaboratori Nazionali di FrascatiItaly
SteinenMarcellHelmholtz-Institute MainzGermany
TüchlerMarleneStefan Meyer InstituteAustria
WeiseWolframTechnical University of MunichGermany
WycechSlawomirNational Centre for Nuclear ResearchPoland
YamamotoTakeshi. OJapan Atomic Energy AgencyJapan
YoshidaChihiroResearch Center for ELectron PHoton Science (ELPH), Tohoku University Japan
ZAHRAYULIAKazan Federal UniversityRussia
ZmeskalJohannStefan Meyer Institute for Subatomic PhysicsAUT