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Space-like and time-like electromagnetic baryonic transitions

Registration closed 24/04/2017.


Gian Maria Ziglio
+39 0461 314725
Monday, 8 May, 2017 - 09:00 to Friday, 12 May, 2017 - 17:00
ECT* Conference room

The study of electromagnetic transitions opens a window into the very nature of the strong interaction. And, indeed, such a study of how a ground-state nucleon transitions to an excited state, over a broad range of q2, will provide keen insight into the evolution of how dynamically-generated masses emerge from the asymptotically-free, nearly massless quarks of perturbative QCD as well as provide information on the ancillary effects from the meson-baryon cloud. The space-like (q2<0) region has been explored more intensively, particularly at JLab, but efforts have also begun in studying the time-like (q2>0) region at GSI. We are living in exciting times whereby near-future prospects exist in extracting high-quality data in both the space-like and time-like regimes (JLab12 and FAIR, for example). Holding the proposed meeting will bring together several disparate experimental and theoretical communities and thereby help in making the very first steps towards a much needed consistent description spanning these two kinematical regimes in q2. The discussions will further include photoproduction measurements (ELSA, JLab, LEPS, and MAMI), wherein the q2=0 point anchors the connection between space-like and time-like regions and meson-beam data (GSI, FAIR, and J-PARC) and amply complements the requisite information for baryon spectroscopy. Finally, studies of in-medium vector meson spectral function modifications, which are related to the electromagnetic transitions in the time-like region will also be addressed.

Registration period: 
06 Mar 2017 to 23 Apr 2017


Philip Cole Idaho State University - Department. of Physics
Beatrice Ramstein Institut de Physique Nucléaire d’Orsay
Andrey Sarantsev University of Bonn and Gatchina


Last nameFirst nameInstitutionCountry of Institution
BaruchEhud MosheTechnionIsrael
BraunVladimirRegensburg UniversityGermany
BriscoeWilliamThe George Washington UniversityUSA
ColePhilipIdaho State UniversityUSA
CostanzaSusannaUniversity of Pavia & INFN PaviaItaly
D'AngeloAnnalisaUniversita' di Roma Tor Vergata & INFN Roma Tor VergataItaly
DoringMichaelGeorge Washington UniversityUSA
FischerChristianUniversity of GiessenGermany
GalatyukTetyanaTU DarmstadtGermany
GlozmanLeonidUniversity of GrazAustria
GotheRalfUniversity of South CarolinaUSA
HaberzettlHelmutThe George Washington UniversityUSA
KlemptEberhardUniversity of BonnGermany
KrivoruchenkoMikhailInstitute for Theoretical and Experimental PhysicsRussia
LeupoldStefanUppsala UniversitySweden
NiiyamaMasayukiDepartment of Physics, Kyoto UniversityJapan
NikonovViktorHISKP Uni-BonnGermany
PenaTeresaCFTP, Instituto Superior TécnicoPortugal
RappRalfTexas A&M UniversityUSA
RaveraLucreziaPolitecnico di TorinoItaly
SakoHiroyukiJapan Atomic Energy AgencyJapan
SalaburaPiotrJagiellonian UniversityPoland
SatoToruOsaka UniversityJapan
SchmiedenHartmutUniversity of Bonn, Physics InstituteGermany
SchoenningKarinUppsala UniversitySweden
ScozziFedericoIPN OrsayFrance
SemenovaAllaNational Research Centre "Kurchatov Institute" B.P.Konstantinov Petersburg Nuclear Physics InstituteRussia
StrakovskyIgorThe George Washington UniversityUSA
StrothJoachimGoethe University FrankfurtGermany
ThielAnnikaHISKP, Uni BonnGermany
TiatorLotharInstitut für Kernphysik, Universtät MainzGermany
ZhaoQiangInstitute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of SciencesChina
ZétényiMiklósWigner RCPHungary