2016 JAEA/ASRC Reimei Workshop (Oct.24-26)

2016 JAEA/ASRC Reimei Workshop: New exotic hadron matter at J-PARC


In this workshop, we will focus on on-going physics related J-PARC experiments and important current issues of hadronic and nuclear physics. The topics span: Structure of hadrons, hadron spectroscopy, Heavy-light quark systems, few-body systems, productions of hadrons with pion and kaon beams, etc.

This workshop is supported in part by MEXT as “Priority Issue on Post-K computer” (Elucidation of the Fundamental Laws and Evolution of the Universe) and JICFuS.

Dates:
October 24 – 26, 2016
Venue:
Inha University, Incheon, Korea
Fee:
100,000 KRW. This includes the lunch, coffee, snacks and the workshop banquet.
Supports:
On account of the limited budget situation, we can support local expenses for participants only partially, depending on financial requirements. We are considering to cover accommodations for all participants.
Accommo dations:
Guest House at Inha University (rooms are limited)
Song-Do Ramada Hotel
Website:
http://indico.cern.ch/event/565799/

Organizers

Emiko Hiyama (RIKEN)
Atsushi Hosaka (RCNP)
Hyun-Chul Kim (Co-Chair, Inha)
MinJung Kweon (Inha)
Toshiki Maruyama (JAEA)
Makoto Oka (Co-Chair, Tokyo Tech & JAEA)
Hiroyuki Sako (JAEA)
Takayasu Sekihara (JAEA)
Kiyoshi Tanida (JAEA)
Shigehiro Yasui (Tokyo Tech)
Ulugbek Yakhshiev (Inha)
Jin-Hee Yoon (Inha)

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