SPICE: Strange hadrons as a Precision tool for strongly InteraCting systEms
Aula Renzo Leonardi - Villa Tambosi
Str. delle Tabarelle, 286, 38123 Villazzano TN
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Neutron stars are rich laboratories for physics, combining all four fundamental interactions and many phenomena associated with them under extreme conditions. One of the most intriguing questions is: what type of matter do we find in the core of such a compact object? One of the conceivable composition is a strangeness-dominated hadronic matter. However, the determination of the EOS of such neutral hadronic matter remains even after many decades of research one of the biggest challenges. Hadrons with strangeness embedded in the nuclear environment, hypernuclei, strange atoms, and multiparticle correlations are the most relevant terrestrial laboratories to approach the many-body aspect of the three-flavor strong interaction in the laboratory. The goal of the workshop is to assess the present status of the field, to agree upon future cutting-edge studies and to define the experimental objectives. The workshop will help to identify potential synergies between the different activities, which might also set the framework for new networking activities between researchers.
Josef Pochodzalla (University Mainz)
Catalina Curceanu (INFN-Frascati)
Benjamin Doenigus (University Frankfurt)
Laura Fabbietti (TU Munich)
Satoshi Nakamura (University Tokyo)
Fuminori Sakuma (RIKEN)
Isaac Vidana (INFN Catania)
Registration available from 13/03/2024 until 19/04/2024.