Hadron Physics Summer School

HPSS 2018

September 24-28, 2018

Program

The school starts on Monday morning and ends on Friday afternoon. Each day there will be morning lectures and working groups in the afternoon. The goal for each working group is to prepare a proposal based on selected experiments approved or planned. The working groups will present their results on Friday.

Preliminary Schedule:

Monday
Sep 24
Tuesday
Sep 25
Wednesday
Sep 26
Thursday
Sep 27
Friday
Sep 28
9:00-9:45 Registration
Welcome
Experimental Methods 2

M.Wolke
Experimental Methods 3

M.Wolke
Heavy Quarks

T.Stockmanns
Working Group Presentations
10:00-10:45 Introduction to Hadron Physics

B.Kubis
Theory on Exotic Hadrons

Ch.Hanhart
Amplitude Analysis

S.Neubert
Statistics/Analysis

E.Prencipe
10:45 Coffee
11:05-11:50 Accelerator Physics

A.Lehrach
Baryon Spectroscopy

A.Thiel
Electric Dipole Moments

V.Hejny
Laser Plasma

A.Hützen
Working Group Presentations
12:00 Lunch
13:30-14:15 Introduction to Working Groups Working Groups


ends 15:00
Working Groups Working Groups Working Group Presentations
14:30-15:15 Dispersion Theory

B.Kubis
15:15 Coffee 15:00 bus


COSY Tour
Coffee
15:45-16:30 Experimental Methods 1

M.Wolke
Working Groups Working Groups
16:45-17:30 Neutrino Physics

L.Ludhova
17:30-18:00 Initial Working Group Meetings
Evening Dinner BBQ Dinner Dinner

The lectures are 45 min with a 15 min break afterwards. Dinner usually starts around 18:30. The remaining free time in the evenings may be used by the working groups for further self-organised discussions. The school ends Friday after the working group presentations.

The following working groups are offered. A short outline of each group is linked (those which are missing will follow soon):
  1. Designing a Multipurpose Neutrino Detector (abstract)
    Z. Bagdasarian, Y. Cheng, L. Ludhova
  2. Measurement of Electric Dipole Moments in Storage Rings (abstract)
    V. Hejny, A. Lehrach, A. Wirzba
  3. Polarized Proton Beams from Laser-Plasma Accelerators (abstract)
    M. Büscher, I. Engin, A. Hützen
  4. Measurement of the Line Shape of Narrow Exotic States (abstract)
    C. Hanhart, E. Prencipe
  5. Detector Physics focused on Spectroscopy Measurements (abstract)
    T. Stockmanns, Q. Wang
  6. Baryon Spectroscopy (abstract)
    H. van Pee, D. Rönchen
  7. Light Meson Transition Form Factors (abstract)
    B. Kubis, M. Schever
  8. Modern Amplitude Analysis Techniques (abstract)
    M. Mikhasenko, S. Neubert
Every participant will join one of these working groups. Following the general philosophy of the summer school the participants should select a working group which is not close to his/her current research field!

Last change: 21.09.2018 by V.Hejny
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