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Owing to the international impact of COVID-19, this workshop is postponed until further notice. We are currently considering 2020/October/19-23. However, given that many organisers are looking to 2020-October, we may delay the meeting for one entire year, i.e. until 2021/May/10-14. We will update this page as further information becomes available.
This conference will explore modern developments in theory that are enabling science to develop an understanding of the emergence of mass in the Standard Model and its many consequences, many of which are fundamental our existence and some that lay beyond the Standard Model itself. It will highlight developments in nuclear theory, as they are relevant, e.g. to the formation and structure of nuclei and the nature of dense astrophysical objects, and in hadro-particle physics, stretching from hadron spectra, through elastic and transition form factors, and on into charting the distribution of gluons and quarks within hadrons. The impact of these developments on developing realistic extensions of the Standard Model will also be explored.
Ab initio description of nuclear structure and interactions
Hadron spectroscopy, including hybrid and exotic states
Hadron interactions with electromagnetic and strong probes
Nuclear and hadro-particle astrophysics
Parton structure of hadrons and derived insights into the distribution of mass, momentum and spin
Physics case for the electron ion collider in China (and in the USA)
Xiao-Yun Chen @ JIT
Zhu-Fang Cui @ NJU-INP
Craig Roberts @ NJU-INP (Chair)
Chao Shi @ NUAA
Chang Xu @ NJU-INP (co-Chair)
Shu-Sheng Xu @ NJUPT
Pei-Lin Yin @ NJUPT