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Achievements and Perspectives in Low-Energy QCD with Strangeness

Registration closed 13/10/2014.


Ines Campo
+39 0461 314721
Monday, 27 October, 2014 - 09:00 to Friday, 31 October, 2014 - 17:30
ECT* Conference room

The workshop “Achievements and perspectives in the low-energy QCD with strangeness”, will focus on the most recent achievements in the strangeness physics, as described by the low-energy QCD, both in theory and experiment, obtained in the last three years, with special focus to the results triggered by HadronPhysics3 FP7 EU programme. Future opportunities within HORIZON2020 in this frontier field of research will be discussed too.
The strangeness physics sector is currently evolving very fast, with experimental results coming from many recent experiments (HADES, FOPI, SIDDHARTA, AMADEUS, J-PARC); other experiments are planned (at DANE, GSI, FAIR or JPARC) or are in the proposal phase. On the theoretical side, refined calculations and methods (as chiral models,8 lattice calculations, few- and many body techniques) are producing extremely accurate results and deeper understanding of the involved physics, with implications going from particle and nuclear physics to astrophysics.
The workshop will gather about 40 of the world-leading experimental and theoretical experts in the field, to enable a thorough exchange of information, to discuss the existent results and to strongly contribute to the future of the field. Young scientists and students participation is strongly encouraged.

Registration period: 
25 Aug 2014 to 12 Oct 2014


Catalina Curceanu LNF – INFN Frascati
Laura Fabbietti Technische Universitat Munchen
Carlo Guaraldo LNF – INFN
Jiri Mares Nuclear Physics Institute ASCR
Johann Marton SMI-Vienna
Ulf-G. Meissner Universitaet Bonn & FZ Juelich


Last nameFirst nameInstitutionCountry of Institution
ArnoldOliverTU München - Excellence Cluster UniverseGermany
BombaciIgnazioDipartimento di Fisica, Univ. di PisaItaly
CargnelliMichaelAustrian Academy of SciencesAustria
CieplyAlesNuclear Physics InstituteCzech Republic
CurceanuCatalina OanaLNF-INFNItaly
DonnariMartinauniversità di roma SapienzaItalia
DragoAlessandroUniversity of FerraraItaly
FabbiettiLauraTechnische Universitaet MuenchenGermany
FilippiAlessandraINFN TorinoItaly
FlorianHauensteinForschungszentrum Juelich, IKPGermany
FriedmanEliahuHebrew University, Racah Institute of PhysicsIsrael
GalAvrahamRacah Institute of Physics, Hebrew University, JerusalemIsrael
HrtankovaJaroslavaNuclear Physics InstituteCzech Republic
LaganaCaioUniversity of Sao PauloBrazil
LalikRafalExcellence Cluster UniverseGermany
LeaRamonaUniversity of TriesteItaly
MaggioraMarcoDepartment of Physics, University of Turin and INFN, TurinItaly
MaiMaximHISKP, University BonnGermany
MaresJiriNuclear Physics InstituteCzech Republic
MartonJohannStefan Meyer InstituteAustria
MeißnerUlf-G.Univ. Bonn and FZ JülichGermany
MerafinaMarcoUniversity of Rome "La Sapienza"Italy
MihaylovDimitarTechnical University of MunichGermany
MünzerRobertExcellence Cluster Universe - TU MunichGermany
PederivaFrancescoPhysics Department, University of TrentoItaly
PetschauerStefanT39, Physik-Department, Technische Universität MünchenGermany
pianostefanoINFN sez. TriesteITALY
piscicchiakristianLaboratori Nazionali di Frascati INFN, Centro FermiItaly
poli lenermarcoLaboratori Nazionali di Frascati -INF>NItaly
SasakiKenjiCenter for Computational SciencesJapan
SchmittAndreasTU WienAustria
ShevchenkoNinaNuclear Physics InstituteCzech Republic
SilarskiMichałJagiellonian UniversityPoland
SirghiFlorin CatalinINFN-LNFItaly
Vazquez DoceOtonExcellence Cluster Universe (TUM)Germany
VeselyPetrInstitute of Nuclear Physics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech RepublicCzech Republic
WycechSlawomirNational Centre for Nuclear StudiesPoland