Frontiers in Nuclear and Hadronic Physics 2019

Feb, 25 2019 - Mar, 08 2019

The school is primarily addressed to Ph.D. students in Theoretical Nuclear and Hadron Physics. Participation of experimentalists and post-docs is also encouraged. The 2019 edition will be devoted to Hadron Physics, and it will provide a pedagogical introduction to the basic concepts and tools needed for carrying out cutting-edge research in Continuum QCD (non-perturbative QCD), Hadron and Exotic Spectroscopy (Tetraquarks,Pentaquarks,Hybrids), Light-Front Dynamics and Holography, Amplitude-analysis theoretical tools and Electron-Ion Collider physics. The aim will be both to stress the intimate connections among those fields and to give much attention to the interpretation of experimental data, within framework based on ab initio or more phenomenological approaches.

Stanley J. Brodsky (SLAC Natl. Accelerator Lab.): Light-Front Dynamics and Holography
Abhay Deshpande (Stony Brook Univ. & Brookhaven Natl. Lab.): Electron-Ion Collider physics
Craig D. Roberts (Argonne Natl. Lab.): Continuum-QCD in non perturbative regime
Adam P. Szczepaniak (Indiana Univ. & JPAC@JLAB): Hadron spectroscopy and Amplitude-analysis theoretical tools
Bing-⁠Song Zou (Inst. Theo. Phys. Chinese Academy of Sciences): Hadron and Exotic Spetroscopy

Francesco Becattini (University and INFN, Firenze)
Ignazio Bombaci (University and INFN, Pisa)
Angela Bonaccorso (INFN, Pisa)
Maria Colonna (INFN,LNS)
Marzia Nardi (INFN, Torino)
Giovanni Salmè (INFN, Roma)
Elena Santopinto (INFN, Genova)
Enrico Vigezzi (INFN, Milano)