Workshops

  • This workshop will gather a group of experts to discuss significant developments, identify new goals, and plan the next steps forward in strong QCD
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  • This workshop will bring together the leading theorists and experimentalist in the field to merge and continue larger scale efforts towards this goal.
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  • The goal of the workshop is to provide a platform for an open discussion of the potential to search for New Physics in heavy ion collision
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  • The STRANU workshop will focus on the recent results, developments and open questions in the low-energy strangeness physics sector and related areas.
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  • This workshop will help to coordinate the various efforts within the community and to foster collaborations between experts working on the many aspects of neutron-star astrophysics
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  • The workshop intends to discuss existing results in nuclear astrophysics and to identify key reactions for which the stable and RIB facilities need to assess information of interest for nuclear astrophysics.
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  • The research area of the workshop is the physics of open quantum systems (OQS). These are systems strongly influenced by the coupling to an environment. This topic is common to various fields of physics (e.g. nuclear, atomic, and molecular physics, mesoscopic physics, quantum optics) in which experimental and theoretical developments are currently being carried out worldwide.
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  • The general scientific goal of this workshop is related to QCD at high gluon densities and diffraction at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) and the future Electron-Ion Collider (EIC) to be built in the US either at JLab or at BNL.
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  • Planar fermions occur frequently in layered systems and are extensively studied in condensed matter physics; for instance, electronic properties of graphene have long been understood in terms of relativistic fermions centered on Dirac points in momentum space, but the influence of interactions between charge-carrying degrees of freedom is less well understood and remains an active field of study.
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  • With the first gravitational wave observation of the merger of two neutron stars (GW170817), scientists have definitive observations of the ejecta from this event.
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