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Emergent mass and its consequences in the Standard Model

Registration closed 13/08/2018.


Christian Fossi
+39 0461 314731
Monday, 17 September, 2018 - 08:00 to Friday, 21 September, 2018 - 14:00
ECT* Conference room

The most fundamental emergent phenomena in Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD), e.g. confinement, dynamical chiral symmetry breaking, mass generation for both gluons and quarks, and bound state formation, can only be tackled using non-perturbative methods. In the last decade, our theoretical understanding of these issues has improved considerably, owing to major advances in the approaches used to address them. In particular, marked progress in functional techniques (such as Schwinger-Dyson and Bethe-Salpeter equations) enables us now to investigate, with quantitative accuracy, the complicated dynamics of QCD’s basic Green functions, establish subtle connections between them and interpret their field-theoretic origin, and combine this information to obtain crucial predictions for observables. At the same time, high-precision lattice simulations are furnishing valuable information on some of the most theoretically intractable facets of QCD, and new generation experiments such as GlueX, CLAS12 and at the foreseen facilities SoLID, PANDA, and EIC promise to expose the structure of hadrons with unprecedented detail. We are thus on the edge of a new era in studying strong interactions within the Standard Model.

This workshop will therefore gather a selected group of experts to discuss the most exciting recent developments, identify new goals, and lay a path toward completion of the most pressing tasks in strong QCD.

Registration period: 
02 Jul 2018 to 12 Aug 2018


Cristina Aguilar Universidade Estadual de Campinas
Daniele Binosi ECT*
Joannis Papavassiliou Universidad de Valencia
Craig Roberts Argonne National Laboratory


Last nameFirst nameInstitutionCountry of Institution
AguilarArlene CristinaUniversity of Campinas - UnicampBrazil
BarriosNahuelUniversidad de la RepúblicaUruguay
BrodskyStanleySLAC National Accelerator Center, Stanford UniversityUS
ChangLeiNankai UniversityChina
ChenMuyangNankai UniversityChina
DingMinghuiNankai UniversityChina
EichmannGernotTecnico LisboaPortugal
EntRolfJefferson LabUSA
FischerChristianUniversity of GiessenGermany
gaoFeiIFIC,Valencia univeristy and CSICspain
GlazekStanislawUniversity of WarsawPoland
GotheRalfUniversity of South CarolinaUnited States
HoyerPaulHelsinki UniversityFinland
HuberMarkusGiessen UniversityGermany
KreinGastaoInstituto de Fisica Teorica, Universidade Estadual PaulistaBrazil
LinHuey-WenMichigan State UniversityUnited States
MezianiZein-EddineArognne National LAboratoryUSA
MezragCédricINFN Sezione di Roma 1Italy
MokeevVictorThomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility USA
PapavassiliouJoannisUniversity of Valencia - IFICSpain
PawlowskiJan M.Heidelberg universityGermany
PeláezMarcelaUniversidad de la RepúblicaUruguay
PhilipsenOweGoethe University FrankfurtGermany
QinSixueChongqing UniversityChina
Raya-MontañoKhépaniNankai UniversityChina
RobertsCraigArgonne National LaboratoryUSA
Rodríguez QuinteroJoséUniversity of HuelvaSpain
SegoviaJorgeInstitut de Física d'Altes Energies (IFAE)Spain
SiringoFabioUniversità di CataniaITALY