New era of Hadron physics has started just after the discovery of the so-called DsJ in 2003. Then, together with the discovery of Z+(4430) by Bell and BaBar, it seems that the charmonium-like particles, X(3872), Y(3940), Z(3930), etc., must be regarded as exotic particles like multi-quark, molecular, and hybrid states. There are also interpretations for light hadrons of a0(980) and f0(980) as exotic. Furthermore, there is a region between 2GeV and 10 GeV where a lot of particles have been discovered one after another and which may have a rich structure of new hadrons. Theorists as well as experimentalists are required to judge whether all these particles are truely exotic or not and to elucidate their structures. In regard to this field, there appear some investigations on the behavior of nuclei which include heavy quarks.
On the other hand, some physicists use the lattice QCD and holographic QCD for analysis and calculations other than the ordinary explanations using QCD dynamics. Thus, we are now facing to the problems, whether it is possible to explain hadron structures by using several methods, and what kind of new hadrons should be observed by using the exotic degrees of freedom.
Please apply for a 20-30 minuite talk. We welcome many people working in this area to join us.
We will have enouch intermission so that people can discuss on the subject in concern after the talk.
To participate to the workshop, fill in the follwing form and e-mail it to the following address until Oct. 31 (Mon). Write "registration for the RCNP workshop" in the subject.
If one needs local support (travel/lodging expenses), please specify it in the application form. The organizing committee will decide the support and let you know. If you have funding like Kakenhi, we would like to ask you to utilize such a resource.
Access to the RCNP and lodging place
Although 20 rooms are reserved at RCNP for the participants, please reserve by yourself if you would like to stay outside of RCNP. Just in case, rooms for Nov. 26 (Sat.) are also reserved. Lunch can be taken inside of the campus Friday and Saturday or you may go to JICA (11:00--14:00, last order at 13:30). We may have a party on Friday evening (2,000--3,000 Yen).
Takayuki Matsuki (Tokyo Kasei University) Tel: 3-3961-6579 E-mail: matsuki_AT_tokyo-kasei.ac.jp
------------------------cut here------------------------ ===================================== RCNP Workshop (HSI11) Registration form Deadline : Oct. 30 (Mon.) Deadline for support and lodging : Oct. 15 (Sat.) ===================================== 1. First Name ： Last Name ： 2. Institution： Occupation/Title： 3. Telephone : FAX : E-mail : 4. Reservation for Lodging : Y/N From Month_Day night through Month_Day morning How many lodging nights : (*) Because the number of rooms is limited, we may not satisfy your need. Please leave it to the organizing committee. 5. Apply for support : Y/N 6. Talk : Y/N Title of the talk : ------------------------cut here------------------------
Makoto Oka : Tokyo Institute of Technology Daisuke Jido : Yukawa Institute of Fundamental Physics, Kyoto Univ. Yusuke Namekawa : Center for Computational Science, Tsukuba Univ. Masayasu Harada : Nagoya Univ. Atsushi Hosaka : RCNP, Osaka Unvi. Takayuki Matsuki : Tokyo Kasei Univ. Shigehiro Yasui : KEK Theory Center Kenji Yamada : Nihon Univ. (Tomohito Maeda : Nihon Univ.)