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ASTRA: Advances and open problems in low-energy nuclear and hadronic STRAngeness physics

Registration closed 05/10/2017.


Ines Campo
+39 0461 314721
Monday, 23 October, 2017 - 09:00 to Friday, 27 October, 2017 - 13:00
ECT* Conference room

The “ASTRA: Advances and open problems in low-energy nuclear and hadronic STRAngeness physics” workshop will focus on the most recent achievements and open problems in nuclear and hadron physics with strangeness, both in theory and experiment, investigating also the implications in and from astrophysics and cosmology. Future perspectives and possible solutions to puzzles as the hypertriton lifetime, the hyperon puzzle in neutron stars or the still-unknown structure of the Lambda(1405) will be thoroughly discussed, together with the possible relation between strangeness in binaries of neutron stars and their emission of gravitational waves. It is the right time for the various communities working in this field to come together, discuss their findings and plan future activities towards an even deeper understanding of the role of strangeness in the Universe.

Registration period: 
21 Aug 2017 to 04 Oct 2017


Catalina Curceanu LNF – INFN Frascati
Emiko Hiyama RIKEN Nishina Center
Johann Marton SMI-Vienna
Josef Pochodzalla University of Mainz
Isaac Vidana Univ. Coimbra

Workshop Attendees

Achenbach Patrick Johannes Gutenberg-University Germany
Barabanov Mikhail JINR Russian Fedetation
Bombaci Ignazio Universita di Pisa Italy
Bydzovsky Petr Nuclear Physics Institute Czech Republic
Cieply Ales Nuclear Physics Institute Czechia
Clozza Alberto INFN LNF ITALY
Curceanu Catalina Oana LNF-INFN Italy
Del Grande Raffaele INFN-LNF Italy
Doenigus Benjamin Goethe-University Frankfurt Germany
Feliciello Alessandro INFN - Sezione di Torino Italy
Filippi Alessandra INFN Torino Italy
Friedman Eliahu Hebrew University Jerusalem Israel
Gal Avraham The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Israel
Gogami Toshiyuki Tohoku University Japan
Hiyama Emiko Kyushu University Japan
Hohlweger Bernhard Technical University Munich Germany
Hrtankova Jaroslava Nuclear Physics Institute CAS Czech Republic
Lenske Horst JLU Giessen Germany
Mares Jiri Nuclear Physics Institute CAS Czech Republic
Marton Johann Austrian Academy of Sciences Osterreich
Maurus Steffen Technical University Munich Germany
Nagao Sho Tohoku University Japan
Nakamura Satoshi N. Tohoku University Japan
Pederiva Francesco University of Trento Italy
piano stefano INFN sez. di TRIESTE ITALY
piscicchia kristian Centro Fermi LNF (INFN) Italy
Pochodzalla Josef University Mainz Germany
Pokorny Jan NPI CAS Czech Republic
Sakuma Fuminori RIKEN Japan
Schafer Martin Nuclear Physics Institute Czech Republic
Schulze Hans-Josef INFN Italy
Scordo Alessandro INFN Italy
Sirghi Florin INFN-LNF Italy
Tamura Hirokazu Tohoku University Japan
Tang Liguang Hampton University U.S.A.
Togashi Hajime RIKEN Japan
Toyama Yuichi Tohoku University Japan
Trippl Carina Stefan Meyer Institute Austria
Vesely Petr Nuclear Physics Institute Czech Republic
Vidana Isaac INFN Italy
Weise Wolfram Technical University of Munich Germany
Zmeskal Johann Stefan Meyer Institute Austria