February 15 (Sun) - March 21 (Sat), 2015
Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University, Japan
Thank you very much for your participation and contributions to the workshop. We would like to ask your cooperation on "Acknowledgements" in your papers and your work motivated by the YITP/YIPQS workshop. Workshop participants are also encouraged to add Yukawa Institute as your affiliation in the paper motivated by the workshop.
- The authors thank the Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University, where this work was initiated [or completed] during the YITP-T-14-03 on “Hadrons and Hadron Interactions in QCD"
- The authors thank the Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University. Discussions during the YITP workshop YITP-T-14-03 on “Hadrons and Hadron Interactions in QCD" were useful to complete this work.
- From Secretary:
- The first thing you do at Yukawa Institute
When you first come to YITP, please proceed to the Secretariat Desk. We will hand you a workshop kit, keys (your office key and a card key) and other stuffs. The location and opening hours of the desk are:
Secretariat Desk: K107 in Research/Main Building
Opening hours: 10:00-12:00, 13:00-16:00
- IMPORTANT NOTE
Key deposit of 3,000 yen is required upon arrival. Refunded when the keys are returned.
Date and time of the reimbursement will be notified upon reception. See a message card on the keys' envelope. Please bring your Photo ID or passport at the time of the reimbursement.
The main entrances of the YITP buildings (Yukawa Hall and Research/Main Building) are open from 8:00 to 18:00. For night-time or early-morning entrance, you need an entrance card key. It is common to the both buildings. Weekend entrance is also possible with your card key. The buildings are always locked during weekend. The General Information for the facilities is included in your workshop kit.
We are going to organize a long-term workshop entitled "Hadrons and Hadron Interactions in QCD -- Effective theories and Lattice -- (HHIQCD2015)" at Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics (YITP), Kyoto University, for five weeks, from Feb.15 (Sun) to Mar.21(Sat), 2015.
This is a "stay-and-discuss" style workshop in a relaxed atmosphere, where each participant is encouraged to stay long and is assigned to a desk in an office at YITP. In each day, we will arrange one or two seminar sessions, where participants will present their research activities including pre-published results. For remaining times other than these sessions, participants are free to work on their own researches, to discuss some problems with other participants, and even to start new collaborations during the workshop.
In this workshop, researchers in both lattice QCD and various effective field theories come together and make extensive discussions on pros and cons of each method for hadron physics, in view of recent progress in both fields. We hope that this workshop will bring a new direction of researches, which complementarily employs both methods to investigate various properties of hadrons.
A list of topics in the workshop is as follows.
- Hadron structure
- Ground state properties (spectroscopy, masses, form factors, various flavors)
- Exotic structure (heavy quark physics, molecule/multiquark, diquarks)
- Structure functions (PDF, GPD, fragmentations, transition amplitudes)
- Hadron interactions
- Meson-baryon/baryon-baryon interactions (ChPT, HQET, lattice)
- Resonances (approach from lattice, Finite volume, Coupling to continuum)
- Scattering and experiments (Extraction resonance/physical parameters, comparison with data)
- Many-body systems and matter under extreme conditions
- Nuclear equation of state
- Hadrons in nuclei (Ch-symmetry restoration, U_A(1))
- Hadronic matter and QCD under extreme conditions (density/temperature, strong EM field)
- Constraints from astrophysics
- New approaches
- Precision methods (Isospin breaking, EM effects, Delta I=1/2 rule, BSM)
- Large N QCD, Holographic methods
- Yang-Mills gradient flow (energy-momentum tensor, etc.)
- Lefschetz thimble, complex Langevin
- Numerical stochastic perturbation theory
- 1st week Feb. 16-20 & 2nd week Feb. 23-27
- Workshop and one-day mini-symposium on subjects 1. and 2.
- 3rd week Mar. 2-6
- Symposium week (all subjects)
- 4th week Mar. 9-13 & 5th week Mar. 16-20
- Workshop and one-day mini-symposium on subjects 3. and 4.
- Sinya Aoki (Kyoto University, co-chair)
- Hiroyuki Fujioka (Kyoto University)
- Hidenori Fukaya (Osaka University, scientific secretariat)
- Takumi Doi (RIKEN)
- Satoru Hirenzaki (Nara Women's University)
- Atsushi Hosaka (Osaka University, co-chair)
- Tetsuo Hyodo (Kyoto University, scientific secretariat)
- Noriyoshi Ishii (Osaka University)
- Naruhito Ishizuka (University of Tsukuba)
- Hiroyuki Kamano (Osaka University)
- Takeshi Yamazaki (University of Tsukuba)
- Shigehiro Yasui (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
- International Advisory Committee:
- Thomas D. Cohen (University of Maryland)
- Gilberto Colangelo (University of Bern)
- Tetsuo Hatsuda (RIKEN)
- David B. Kaplan (University of Washington)
- Martin Luescher (CERN)
- Volker Metag (University of Giessen)
- Takashi Nakano (Osaka University)
- Juan M. Nieves (University of Valencia)
- Makoto Oka (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
- Tetsuya Onogi (Osaka University)
- Chris T. Sachrajda (University of Southampton)
- Stephen Sharpe (University of Washington)
- Anthony W. Thomas (University of Adelaide)
- Andre Walker-Loud (College of William and Mary)
- Wolfram Weise (Technische Universitaet Muenchen)
Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics,
Kitashirakawa-Oiwakecho, Sakyo, Kyoto 606-8502, JAPAN
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