Workshops General Archive

  • The school and workshop “Strongly correlated fluids of light and matter” aims at consolidating the international community working on the young field of Quantum Fluids of Light and at reinforcing its interaction with more traditional fields of many-body physics such as ultracold atomic gases and strongly correlate electrons.
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  • Neutron stars are unique cosmic laboratories for probing the properties of matter under extreme conditions. Intensive campaigns of observations from ground- and space-based instruments over the past years have lead to the discovery of remarkable phenomena.
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  • A five-year international design study called Future Circular Collider (FCC) has been launched by CERN in February 2014. The main goal is to assess the feasibility and physics potential of a hadron collider with a centre-of-mass energy of 100 TeV for pp collisions in a new 80–100 km tunnel near Geneva.
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  • In view of interesting heavy quark and quarkonia results coming from the heavy ion programmes at LHC as well as from the RHIC ones, this workshop aims at bring together experimentalists and theoreticians to discuss recent results from experiments as well as theoretical developments regarding open and hidden heavy flavor dynamics in AA, pA and pp collisions.
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  • The workshop is intended to discuss the reaction mechanism for low-energy heavy-ion collisions, with specific focus on the connection to the nuclear stucture aspects of the many-body colliding systems.
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  • Recent experimental and theoretical ideas are laying the ground for a new era in nuclear deep inelastic scattering. Novel coincidence measurements at high luminosity facilities, such as Jefferson Lab (JLab), have become possible, pointing out the nucleus as a laboratory for QCD studies, in a top-down approach.
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  • The aim of the workshop is to favor joint  collaborative discussions and exchange of strategies among physicists belonging to the communities of ultra cold atomic physics and  high energy physics. 
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  • The strong interaction between nucleons results from quantum chromodynamics (QCD). With the ability to solve QCD on the lattice for the lightest nuclei, it will be possible to derive the nuclear systematics from few fundamental constants. 
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  • The HAdron SPEctroscopy CenTer (HASPECT) brings together theorists and experimentalists with goal to develop the necessary tools for the future analysis in hadron physics.
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  • The number and quality of laser spectroscopy studies on short-lived nuclei to explore changes in the nuclear size, spin, and moments for isotopes far away from stability, has increased tremendously in the last decade.
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