Perspectives in Hadron Physics

Starts: 22 September, 2019

Ends: 29 September, 2019


07 Science Avenue, Ghenh Rang, Quy Nhon, Binh Dinh, Vietnam


In recent years, a new impulse has been given to the physics of hadrons, thanks to new results and striking discoveries coming from photo- or electro-production experiments at Jlab, Mainz, Bonn, Grenoble, …, hadron facilities such as COSY (Juelich) and J-PARC (Japan), heavy quark physics at charm and beauty factories such as CLEOc, BESIII, Babar, Belle, as well as hadron colliders at Fermilab and CERN.  More results are expected to come from the upgrade of some of the above experiments or from new facilities. On the theory side, a dramatic progress has been made possible by the development of lattice simulations, sum rules, and various kinds of effective theories.   The meeting is aimed to convey experimentalists and theorists to discuss the underlying physics.

Program committee
• Jean-Marc Richard, Emeritus Professor, University of Lyon (France) and IN2P3, coordinator,
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• Nguyen Anh Ky, Institute of Physics, Hanoi, and Belle collaboration,
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• Volker Burkert, Hall B Leader, Thomas Jefferson National Laboratory (Jlab), Newport News,
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• Atsushi Hosaka, Professor at the University of Osaka and RCNP (Japan),
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• Hyun-Chul Kim, Professor at Inha University (Korea),
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• Ryan Mitchell, Associate Scientist at Indiana University at Bloomington and BES III experiment,
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• Anthony Thomas, Pr. Univ. Adelaide (Australia), Centre for the Subatomic Structure of Matter
(CSSM) & ARC Centre of Excellence for Particle Physics at the Terascale,
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• Qiang Zhao, Pr., the Institute for High Energy Physics (IHEP), Chinese Academy of Science
(CAS), Beijing,
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