II International Workshop
Effective Theories of Low Energy QCD
25-29 September, 2002
University of Coimbra, Portugal
PROGRAM: The purpose of the workshop, organized by the Centro de Física Teórica (Coimbra, Portugal), is to provide a meeting place for discussion of recent developments in Hadron Physics, particularly in Effective Theories of Low Energy QCD.
The program includes invited talks and contributed talks, and will cover the following topics:
- Hadronic models
- Effective models of low energy QCD
- Chiral perturbation theory
- Hot and dense matter
PLACE AND DATE: The workshop will be held at the campus of the University of Coimbra. Coimbra is a historic city with many interesting sites. The university is one of the oldest of Europe (founded in 1290). It has several rich science museums, in particular a magnificient Physics Museum with an impressive collection of instruments of the 18th and 19th centuries.
The workshop will take place in September 2002 from Wednesday the 25th 09h30m until Sunday the 29th, 12h30m. Participants are expected to arrive on Tuesday, September 24th, and leave Sunday in the afternoon.
PARTICIPATION and FINANCIAL ARRANGEMENTS: Participation is by invitation or registration. We ask however the invited speakers to fill out the registration form as well. The organizers will support the stay of invited speakers. Our funds allow for accomodation in a double room (including breakfast) shared with another participant. Lunch will be provided. In general it will not be possible to support travel expenses.
REGISTRATION: The preferred method of registration is by electronic mail, using the registration form.
Since the number of participants is limited, early registration is recommended.
The registration fee is 200 EUR. Acceptable forms of payment are traveller checks or cash. Credit cards are not accepted.
The registration fee covers coffee breaks, lunches, the workshop dinner, the book of abstracts and Proceedings.
DEAD LINE: the dead line for registration and submission of abstracts
is July 20, 2002.
EMAIL CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org
WEB PAGE: http://cft.fis.uc.pt/conferences/hadron02/hadron02.htm
ADDRESS: Centro de Física Teórica, Universidade de Coimbra, P-3004-516 Coimbra, Portugal
Telephone (351) 239 410 600, Fax (351) 239 829 158
A. H. Blin (Coimbra),
B. Hiller (Coimbra),
A.A. Osipov (Coimbra and JINR, Dubna),
M. C. Ruivo (Coimbra),
E. van Beveren (Coimbra),
Some useful travel information how to get from Lisbon or Porto to Coimbra and the hotel addresses are found here. The LaTeX version of the 1st circular can be found here.
The Workshop Proceedings will be published by the AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS.
The manuscripts will have to be submitted to the Workshop organizers in Coimbra email@example.com and not to AIP directly. Please send us the LaTeX file (with the necessary PostScript figure files), and in addition the PostScript file of the whole article.
The deadline for sending the articles to us is November 30, 2002 and the page limit is 14 pages.
You should download the necessary style files from http://proceedings.aip.org/proceedings by clicking on Author Instructions and then selecting the 6 x 9 format.
We need a signed "Transfer of Copyright Agreement" from you. This form is included in the "Author Instructions" booklet handed to you at the Workshop. This signature obviously cannot be sent by e-mail, so use regular mail well in advance of the deadline, or hand the form to us during the conference.
Should you include already published material in your contribution (this concerns especially figures), you need to obtain permission from the publisher of the original article (even if you were the author!). The form "Request for Permission to Reprint Published Material" comes also with the instruction booklet. Please, be aware that this procedure is time consuming.
Wednesday, September 25
09:30 Opening Session
Effective Field Theory Methods and Applications
10:00 10:40 A. Pich
Colourless Mesons in a Polychromatic World
10:40 11:10 Coffee break
11:10 11:50 D. Espriu
Pions, Strings and Conformal Invariance
11:50 12:30 G. Colangelo
Dispersion relation and soft pion theorems for K ® pp
12:30 14:30 Lunch
14:30 15:10 E. Ruiz Arriola
Meson-Baryon interaction in unitarized chiral perturbation theory
15:10 15:50 N. Scoccola
Excited Baryon Spectroscopy in the 1/Nc Expansion
15:50 16:20 - Coffee break
16:20 17:00 A. Osipov
Large mass invariant asymptotics of the effective action
17:00 17:25 B. Hiller
Path integral bosonization of the ´t Hooft determinant: fluctuations and multiple vacua
18:30 Welcome Cocktail
Thursday, September 26
Effective Field Theory Methods and Applications (cont.)
09:00 09:40 G. Ripka
Phenomenological models of color confinement based on dual superconductors
09:40 10:20 H. Weigel
Casimir Energies in the light of renormalizable quantum field theories
10:20 10:50 Coffee break
10:50 11:30 J. Peláez
Chiral perturbation theory, unitarity and light mesons
12:00 14:10 Lunch
14:10 14:50 J. Oller
Nucleon Nucleon interaction in a new chiral expansion
14:50 15:15 - P. Bicudo
Criterium for the index theorem on the lattice
15:15 15:45 Coffee break
Hot and dense matter
15:45 16:25 B. Krippa
Effective Field Theory for nuclear matter
16:25 17:05 A. Gomez Nicola
Thermal meson properties within chiral perturbation theory
17:05 17:45 M. Chabab
The Theta term in QCD sum rules at finite temperature and the neutron electric dipole moment
19:30 Departure to Palácio de São Marcos
20:00 - Dinner at Palácio de São Marcos
Friday, September 27
Hot and dense matter (cont.)
09:00 09:40 W. Florkowski
Thermal Model for RHIC, part I: particle ratios and spectra
09:40 10:20 W. Broniowski
Thermal Model for RHIC, part II: elliptic flow and HBT radii
10:20 10:50 Coffee break
10:50 11:30 M. Buballa
Color superconductivity in electrically and color neutral quark matter
11:30 12:10 D. Blaschke
Effects of quark matter and color superconductivity in compact stars
12:10 14:00 Lunch
14:00 14:40 D. Menezes
Effects of the rw mixing interaction in relativistic models
14:40 15:05 C. Providência
EOS of nuclear matter within a generalized NJL model
15:05 15:30 P. Costa
h-h´ in a hot and dense medium
15:30 16:00 Coffee break
16:20 16:40 J. Hüfner
Anomalous suppression in Ј/Ψ and Ψ´ production in Pb Pb collisions at the SPS of CERN
16:40 17:20 J. Dias de Deus
Percolation and the Ј/Ψ suppression
17:20 18:00 Y. Kalinovsky
Ј/Ψ dissociation and hadron formfactors
Saturday, September 28
Ј/Ψ Physics (cont.)
09:00 09:40 Y. Ivanov
Photoproduction of Charmonia off Protons and Nuclei
09:40 10:20 M. Nielsen
Ј/Ψ dissociation: a QCD sum rule approach
10:20 - 10:50 - Coffee break
10:50 11:30 M. Scadron
Meson form factors & the quark-level linear sigma model (LsM)
11:30 12:10 F. Kleefeld
Consistent relativistic quantum theory for systems/ particles described by non hermitian Hamiltonians and Lagrangians
12:10 12:35 J. Lansberg
A Model for the Pion Structure Function
12:35 - 14:35 - Lunch
14:35 14:55 E. van Beveren
Classification of Scalar Mesons
14:55 15:25 - G. Rupp
Relativistic unitarised quark/meson model in momentum space
15:25 15:55 Coffee break
15:55 16:35 M. Rosina
The production and decay of heavy dimesons
16:35 17:00 D. Bartz
Tensor force contribution to the nucleon-nucleon interaction within a chiral constituent quark model
17:00 17:20 G. Ripka - Summary
Sunday, September 29
Visit to the old part of the University of Coimbra.
A zip file containing all contributions is found here.
last updated 2003.01.29