Prof.
Isao Tanihata
(Osaka University and Beihang University)

10/27/13, 10:00 AM

Plenary

The tensor force is included in a large amplitude in pion exchange interactions. The importance of the tensor force is known in light nuclei where ab-initio type calculation of nucleus can be made. However the mean field model or the shel model that describe the heavier nuclei do not include the tensor force explicitly. One of the most important effect of the tensor force is the creation of...

Prof.
Ulf-G. Meissner
(Univ. Bonn & FZ Juelich)

10/27/13, 11:30 AM

Plenary

In this talk, I discuss the generation of carbon as
a function of the parameters of QCD+QED. First, in the
framework of chiral effective field theory, the quark
mass dependence of the nuclear forces and the constraints
on possible quark mass variations from Big Bang Nucleosynthesis
are discussed. Second, using nuclear lattice simulations,
I investigate the fine-tuning of the fundamental...

Prof.
Qun Wang
(Univ. of Science and Tech. of China)

10/27/13, 12:00 PM

Plenary

We derive a relativistic chiral kinetic equation with manifest Lorentz covariance from Wigner functions of spin-1/2 massless fermions in a constant background electromagnetic field. It contains vorticity terms and a 4-dimensional Euclidean Berry monopole which gives axial anomaly. By integrating out the zero-th component of the 4-momentum $p$, we reproduce the previous 3-dimensional results...

Dr
Weihong Liang
(Guangxi Normal University)

10/27/13, 2:30 PM

Parellel A

In the present work we investigate the three-body systems of $\eta K \bar K$ and $\eta' K \bar K$, by taking the fixed center approximation to Faddeev equations. We find a clear and stable resonance structure around 1490 MeV in the squared $\eta K \bar K$ scattering amplitude, which is not sensitive to the renormalization parameters. Conversely, we get only an enhancement effect of the...

Prof.
Hiroshi Toki
(RCNP, Osaka University)

10/27/13, 2:30 PM

Parallel B

We have developed a new framework for the treatment of tensor
interaction in the Hartree-Fock (HF) theory for nuclear many body system.
The tensor interaction plays an important role for the formation of nuclei.
However, we cannot include the tensor interaction in the HF space.
We extend the HF space by including two particle- two hole states (2p-2h)
for the tensor interaction to provide...

Dr
Melahat Bayar
(Kocaeli University)

10/27/13, 2:50 PM

Parellel A

We perform a calculation for three body $\rho K \bar{K}$ scattering amplitude by using the fixed-center approximation to Faddeev Equations, taking the interaction between $\rho$ and $\bar{K}$, $\rho$ and $K$ from the chiral unitary approach. We find a peak in the modulus squared of the three-body scattering amplitude, indicating the existence of resonance which can be associated to...

Dr
Yue Ma
(Research scientist)

10/27/13, 2:50 PM

Parellel A

As the latest effort to search for deeply-bound $\bar K$-nuclear states, E15 experiment has been carried out at K1.8 branch beam line at J-PARC. $^3 He(inflght-K^-,N)$ reaction was employed to search for the simplest K-nuclear bound state, K−pp. An exclusive measurement is performed with the in-flight 3He(K−, n) reaction, which allows us to investigate the K−pp bound state both in the...

Dr
Raquel Molina
(RCNP,Osaka,Japan)

10/27/13, 3:10 PM

Parellel A

Several observed states close to the $D\bar{D}^*$ and $D^*_{(s)}\bar{D}^*_{(s)}$ thresholds, as the X(3872) and some XYZ particles can be described in terms of a two-meson molecule. Furthermore, doubly charmed states are also predicted. These new states are near the $D^*D^*$ and $D^*D^*_s$ thresholds, and have spin-parity $J^P=1^+$. Their natural decay modes are $D_{(s)}D^*$, $DD_{(s)}\pi$ and...

Dr
Kazuma NAKAZAWA
(Physics Department, Gifu University)

10/27/13, 3:10 PM

Parellel A

Double Lambda(L) hypernuclei at J-PARC
Kazuma NAKAZAWA on behalf of the KEK-E176, E373, and J-PARC E07 collaborations
Physics Department, Gifu University, Gifu 501-1193, Japan.
(nakazawa@gifu-u.ac.jp)
Double-L hypernuclei give us information about the L-L interaction which is valuable for unified understanding of Baryon-Baryon interaction in SU(3)-flavor symmetry. Nuclear physics...

Dr
Hiroshi Watanabe
(Beihang University)

10/27/13, 3:30 PM

Prof.
L. R. Dai
(Liaoning Normal Univerisity)

10/27/13, 3:30 PM

Parellel A

Based on previous studies that support the vector-vector molecular structure of some tensor states generated dynamically from the interaction of pairs of more elementary hadrons,we firstly study the J/Psi decay and compare with the experimantal data available, then we make some predictions for Psi(nS) and Upsilon(nS) decays.

Dr
Jinniu Hu
(Peking University)

10/27/13, 3:50 PM

Parallel B

We study the properties of O$^{16}$ in relativistic Brueckner-Hartree-Fock equations with realistic nucleon-nucleon interaction. No additional approximation is used and no parameters are needed to calculate the ground state properties of finite nuclei. The whole system is solved in Harmonics oscillator basis. The resulting ground state properties, such as binding energies and charge radii of...

Shao-zhou Jiang
(Guangxi University)

10/27/13, 3:50 PM

Parellel A

Chiral Lagrangian is a very effective tool to deal with the low-energy pseudoscalar mesons where the low-energy constants (LECs) play the important role and very difficult to be estimated. To increase the precision of chiral Lagrangian, we need to manage the high orders, which include hundreds of LECs. There are numerous operators and constraint conditions in the high orders. Up to now, all of...

Prof.
Duojie Jia
(Northwest Normal University)

10/27/13, 4:40 PM

Parellel A

The hyperfine structure of ground-state nucleon is studied in chiral quark model with nonlinear pion interaction in which
quarks move in the potential of Coulomb-like plus linear form. The mass splitting of ground-state nucleon is
reproduced by taking into account the colour magnetic interaction between quarks and found to be in agreement with data. The
connection of the model with the bag...

Dr
chiehjen yang
(university of arizona)

10/27/13, 4:40 PM

Parellel A

Since Weinberg's proposal two decades ago, chiral effective field theory in the NN sector has been developed and applied up to order O((Q/M_hi)^4). In principle it could provide a model-independent description of nuclear force from QCD. However, in spite of its huge success, some open issues such as the renormalization group invariance and power counting, still remain to be solved. In this...

Dr
SUN Bao-Xi
(Beijing University of Technology)

10/27/13, 5:00 PM

Parellel A

The interaction potentials between vector mesons and baryon octet are calculated explicitly with a summation of t-, s-, u- channel diagrams and a contact term originating from the tensor interaction. Some resonances are generated dynamically in different channels of strangeness zero by solving the Bethe-Salpeter equation in a coupled-channel unitary approach, and their masses, decay widths,...

Dr
Shotaro Imai
(Kyoto University)

10/27/13, 5:00 PM

Parellel A

We investigate thermodynamics of hadrons using the Gaussian functional method (GFM) at finite temperature. Since the interaction among mesons is very large, we take into account fluctuations of mesons around their mean field values using GFM. We obtain the ground state energy by solving the Schroedinger equation. The meson masses are obtained using the energy minimization condition. The...

Prof.
Tatsuyuki TAKATSUKA
(Nishina Center ,RIKEN)

10/27/13, 5:20 PM

Parellel A

Recent observations of the 2M_{sun} mass neutron stars (NSs; e.g. PSR J1614-2230, PSR J0348+0432) present a challenging problem how to explain the existence of such massive NSs. This problem is serious since massive NSs demand a very stiff equation of state (EOS) of underlying dense matter and on the contrary every transition to the exotic new phases proposed so far, including pions, kaons,...

Dr
ALBERTO MARTINEZ TORRES
(IF-UNIVERSIDADE DE SAO PAULO)

10/27/13, 5:20 PM

Parellel A

In this paper we study the reaction $e^+ e^- \to (D^* \bar D^*)^{\pm} \pi^{\mp}$ in which the BESIII collaboration has claimed the existence
of a $1^+$ resonance, named $Z_c(4025)$, in the $D^*\bar D^*$ invariant mass spectrum with a mass around 4026 MeV and width close to 26 MeV . We determine the $D^*\bar D^*$ invariant mass distribution
and find that although the explanation considered...

Mr
Stefan Petschauer
(TU München)

10/27/13, 5:40 PM

Parellel A

We present results for hyperon-nucleon interactions at next-to-leading order in SU(3) chiral perturbation theory. The potential includes contributions from one- and two-meson exchange diagrams as well as contact terms with SU(3) symmetric low-energy constants. These results provide a new basis for studies of hypernuclei or hyperons in nuclear matter. In more detail we explain the construction...

Mr
Xiulei Ren
(School of Physics and Nuclear Energy Engineering, Beihang University)

10/27/13, 5:40 PM

Parellel A

We have performed a comprehensive study of the lowest-lying octet baryon masses and sigma terms in the covariant baryon chiral perturbation theory (BChPT) with the extended-on-mass-shell (EOMS) renormalization scheme up to next-to-next-to-next-to-leading order (N3LO). We fix the relevant low-energy constants by a simultaneous fit of all the publicly available LQCD data. Finite volume and...

Mr
Maximilian Jansen
(Helmholtz-Institut für Strahlen- und Kernphysik, University of Bonn)

10/27/13, 6:00 PM

Parellel A

The quark mass dependence of hadrons is an important input for lattice
calculations. We investigate the light quark mass dependence of
the binding energy of the $X(3872)$ and the $\bar{D}^0D^{0*}$ scattering
length in the $C=+1$ channel in the framework of XEFT. We find a moderate
dependence of the binding energy for quark masses up to twice the physical value
while the scattering length...

Dr
Bingwei Long
(Sichuan University)

10/27/13, 6:00 PM

Parellel A

While applications of chiral perturbation theory (ChPT) to low-energy mesonic and meson-baryon systems have been understood very well and have led to fruitful results in explaining related phenomenology, the nonperturbative nature of low-energy nuclear physics very much obscures the way to implement a ChPT-based, model-independent effective theory for few-nucleon systems. Despite a couple of...

Dr
Ernest Grodner
(Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw)

10/28/13, 9:30 AM

Plenary

Exploration of spontaneous time-reversal symmetry breaking in nuclear physics – widely known as nuclear chirality – is the subject of intensive theoretical as well as experimental study since more than
one decade. At the beginning of the present century structures resembling theoretically predicted chiral partner bands were identified in several nuclei with help of gamma correlation...

Dr
Robert Bark
(iThemba LABS)

10/28/13, 11:00 AM

Plenary

Recent results from investigations into nuclear chirality based on
experimental work at iThemba LABS is reviewed. New results[1], obtained
using the AFRODITE array, for 194Tl show a pair of four-quasiparticle
bands featuring what is perhaps the best example so far of chiral energy
degeneracy. In the mass 100 region, the nucleus 106Ag has been revisited
with extensive additions to the...

Prof.
Youngman Kim
(RISP/IBS)

10/28/13, 11:30 AM

Plenary

Using one of the latest chiral N-N potentials, we study the properties of 6Li in the frame work of ab initio no core shell model.

Dr
Hidekatsu Nemura
(Center for Computational Sciences, University of Tsukuba)

10/28/13, 12:00 PM

Plenary

Nuclear force is one of the fundamental problems in physics even though
it has been recognized that quantum chromodynamics (QCD) is the theory
of the strong interaction. Although nucleons are not true fundamental
building blocks of atomic nuclei but compositions of quarks and gluons,
the description of nuclei in terms of nucleonic degrees of freedom
provides successful results. The...

Jenifer Nebreda
(Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics)

10/28/13, 2:30 PM

Parellel A

Our results on obtaining the Regge trajectory of a resonance from its pole in a scattering process and from analytic constraints in the complex angular momentum plane will be presented. The method, suited for resonances that dominate an elastic scattering amplitude, has been applied to the rho(770) and the f0(500) resonances. Whereas for the former we obtain a linear Regge trajectory,...

Dr
Bin Qi
(Shandong University)

10/28/13, 2:30 PM

Parallel B

The nearly degenerate doublet bands in odd-A nuclei Ag-105,107 and odd-odd nuclei Ag-104,108 are studied via the relativistic mean field (RMF) theory and multi-particle plus rotor model (PRM). From the configuration-fixed constrained triaxial RMF calculations, the favorable configurations and triaxial deformation for nuclear chirality are searched. Adopting PRM, the data available are...

Dr
Gaolong Zhang
(Beihang University)

10/28/13, 2:50 PM

Parallel B

Recently theoretical development of optical potential suggests a method to study the repulsive nature due to the three-body-force. Thus it is important to explore the repulsive nature of nucleus-nucleus interaction experimentally. The repulsive nature of the interaction can be observed as a change of diffraction pattern of the elastic scattering. We have finished the experiment of 100MeV/u...

Dr
Kanchan Khemchandani
(IF-USP)

10/28/13, 2:50 PM

Parellel A

I will present the results of our works on $f_0$ mesons with mass around 1700-1800. From some recent results available from the BES collaboration, it seems that two new $f_0$ resonances exist with masses around 1800 MeV. One of them has been found in the two pion mass spectrum and the decay of the same has been found to be suppressed to K anti-K system. While the other has been found in the...

Ms
Xiao Li-Ye
(Hunan Normal University)

10/28/13, 3:10 PM

Parellel A

The reaction K−p → η at low energies is studied with a chiral quark model approach. Good descriptions of
the existing experimental data are obtained. It is found that (1670) dominates the reaction around threshold.
Furthermore, u- and t-channel backgrounds play crucial roles in this reaction as well. The contributions from
the D-wave state (1690) are negligibly small for its tiny coupling...

Dr
Masahiro Isaka
(RIKEN)

10/28/13, 3:10 PM

Parellel A

In this talk, we will discuss structure of $\Lambda$ hypernuclei with mass number $A \simeq 20$, so called $p-sd$ shell $\Lambda$ hypernuclei based on the antisymmetrized molecular dynamics (AMD) calculation.
One of the unique and interesting aspects of hypernuclei is structure change caused by hyperons as an impurity in nuclei. In $p$-shell $\Lambda$ hypernuclei, experimental and theoretical...

Dr
Jordy de Vries
(Institute for Advanced Simulation, Forschungszentrum Jülich)

10/28/13, 3:30 PM

Parellel A

The observation of parity violation in the weak interaction is one of the pillars on which the Standard Model of particle physics was built. Despite the solid theoretical foundation, the manifestation of parity violation in hadronic and nuclear systems is not fully understood. This problem mainly arises due to the nonperturbative nature of QCD at low energies. In the last decades tremendous...

Dr
Zhi-Hui Guo
(Hebei Normal University)

10/28/13, 3:30 PM

Parellel A

I discuss the meson-baryon scattering processes with strangeness -1 within the unitarized chiral perturbation theory. Ten coupled channels are included in the discussion. By performing several sophisticated fits to a large amount of data, it enables us to give a strong constraint on the free parameters and the meson-baryon scattering amplitudes. We then study the uncertainty that is caused by...

Mr
Yasuhiro Yamaguchi
(RCNP, Osaka University)

10/28/13, 3:50 PM

Parellel A

The hadron-nucleus systems are interesting and important topics in the hadron and nuclear physics.
Recently, there have been many studies for the hadronic few-body states in light flavor sector, and these interesting phenomena caused by the impurity effects, e.g. glue-like effects and high-density states, have been discussed.
We discuss the possible existence of exotic dibaryons with a...

Dr
Manuel Pavon Valderrama
(Institut de Physique Nucleaire d'Orsay, Universite Paris-Sud, IN2P3/CNRS, F-91406 Orsay Cedex, France)

10/28/13, 3:50 PM

Parellel A

In this talk I consider the two-nucleon system from the effective field theory viewpoint. In particular, I address the problem of constructing a sensible expansion of the scattering amplitude that is able to reconcile the requirements of (i) renormalizability, (ii) the existence of a well-defined power counting at the level of observable quantities and (iii) phenomenological success. Using the...

Dr
Tamal Kumar Mukherjee
(Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

10/28/13, 4:40 PM

Parellel A

In the framework of two flavor quark-meson model we study
the effect of mixing between effective quarkonium and
tetraquark fields on chiral phase transition. The physical
mass spectrum of mesons put a tight constraint on the
parameter set of our model. We find a sufficiently strong
cubic self interaction of the tetraquark field can drive
the chiral phase transition to first order...

Ms
Chen LIU
(Shandong University)

10/28/13, 4:40 PM

Parallel B

The fusion-evaporation reaction 70Zn(12C, 1p3n) at beam energies of 60 and 65 MeV was used to populated the excited states in 78Br. The previously known level scheme has been extended and two new rotational bands have been identified. The triaxial particle-rotor model (PRM) was used for the analysis of the positive parity doublet bands in 78Br. The energy spectra E(I), energy staggering...

Dr
Fu-Guang Cao
(Massey University)

10/28/13, 5:00 PM

Parellel A

Parton models of the nucleon predict several symmetries for the parton distribution functions of the nucleon, including flavour symmetry, charge symmetry, and quark-antiquark symmetry. We review theoretical calculations and experimental measurements for the breaking of these symmetries. We discuss implications of symmetry breaking studies on the determination of parton distribution functions...

Mr
Qibo Chen
(Peking University)

10/28/13, 5:20 PM

Parallel B

Since the occurrence of chirality was originally suggested in 1997 by Frauendorf and Meng [1] and the corresponding experimental signals, chiral doublet bands, were observed in 2001 [2], the study of chiral symmetry in atomic nuclei has become one of the intriguing topics in nuclear physics. More than thirty candidate chiral doublet bands have been reported in the A~80, A~100, A~130, and A~190...

Mr
Danning Li
(Institute of High Energy Physics, CAS)

10/28/13, 5:20 PM

Parellel A

A dynamical soft-wall model would be introduced, which could cover the gluon condensate and chiral condensate simultaneously and realize linear confinement and chiral symmetry breaking simultaneously. Furthermore, the meson spectra in this model fit the experimental data quite well.

Dr
Ernest Grodner
(Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw)
, Dr
Julian Srebrny
(Heavy Ion Laboratory, University of Warsaw, Poland)

10/28/13, 5:40 PM

Mr
Michael Altenbuchinger
(Technische Universität München)

10/28/13, 5:40 PM

Parellel A

Recent lattice QCD simulations of the scattering lengths of Nambu-Goldstone bosons off the D mesons are studied using unitary chiral perturbation theory. We show that the LQCD data are better described in the covariant formulation than in the heavy-meson formulation. The $D^*_{s0}(2317)$ can be dynamically generated from the coupled-channels DK interaction without a priori assumption of its...

Dr
Adnan Bashir
(University of Michoacán)

10/28/13, 6:00 PM

Parellel A

Abstract: Experimental efforts like the ones in Jefferson Laboratory, Babar Experiment and Belle Experiment have contributed importantly in the last few years towards our improved understanding of the mesonic form factors. The 12 GeV upgrade of the Jefferson Laboratory holds further promise to chart out mesoninc as well as baryonic form factors in a wide range of probing momenta, hopefully...

Dr
Jacobo Ruiz de Elvira
(Hiskp, Bonn)

10/29/13, 9:00 AM

Parellel A

Starting from hyperbolic dispersion relations for the invariant amplitudes of pion–nucleon scattering together with crossing symmetry and unitarity, we derive a closed system of integral equations for the partial waves of both the s-channel (\pi N->\pi N) and the t-channel (\pi\pi→\bar N N) reaction, called Roy–Steiner equations. We also solve the t-channel subsystem by means of...

Dr
Chengping Shen
(Beihang University)

10/29/13, 9:00 AM

Parellel A

Recently BESIII and Belle collaborations working independently at two different particle accelerators have found evidence of what appears to be a four-quark particle that has come to be called Zc(3900). Both their research findings have been published in separate papers in the journal Physical Review Letters. In my this report, I will show the experimental details on Zc(3900) from BESIII and...

Dr
Yan-Rui Liu
(Shandong University)

10/29/13, 9:20 AM

Parellel A

Recent observations of exotic charmonium-like mesons above the $D\bar{D}$ threshold triggered heated discussions on their inner structures. The meson-antimeson molecule is a popular picture in understanding their properties. It has been proposed that the X(3872) is an S-wave $D\bar{D}^*$ molecule since its extreme closeness to the threshold. Although the charm quark and the anti-charm quark...

Dr
Philipp Gubler
(RIKEN, Nishina Center)

10/29/13, 9:20 AM

Parellel A

The maximum entropy method has recently been applied to QCD sum rules as a novel tool for extracting spectral functions without any artificial assumptions. After briefly outlining the essential features of this method, the results that have been obtained so far will be reviewed and the status of ongoing studies will be presented. In this talk, a special focus will be laid on the behavior of...

Mr
Chuwen Xiao
(University of Valencia and IFIC)

10/29/13, 9:40 AM

Parellel A

Using a coupled channel unitary approach, combining the heavy quark spin symmetry and the dynamics of the local hidden gauge, we investigate the meson-meson interaction with hidden beauty and obtain several new states. Both I=0 and I=1 states are analyzed and it is shown that in the I=1 sector, the interactions are too weak to create any bound states within our framework. In total, we predict...

Dr
Kaori Horii
(Research Center for Nuclear Physics, Oska University)

10/29/13, 10:00 AM

Parallel B

It is important to understand the structure of nuclear many-body systems in terms of the bare nucleon-nucleon interactions. In addition, it is necessary to include the effects of three-body force in many-body nucleon system. In this study we treat explicitly Δ(1232) isobar degrees of freedom in the bare interaction, which can be the origin of the three-body forces via the pion exchange. We...

Dr
Emiko Hiyama
(RIKEN)

10/29/13, 11:00 AM

Plenary

One of the main goals of hypernuclear physics is to investigate the hyperon-nucleon ($YN$) and hyperon-hyperon($YY$) interactions. Interesting and important hypernuclear few-body problems contribute. To solve the three- and four-body problem precisely, we employ Gaussian Expansion method (GEM) [1], which has been successfully applied to calculate
properties of various bound three- and...

Prof.
Jose R. Pelaez
(Universidad Complutense)

10/29/13, 11:30 AM

Plenary

I will review the status of light scalars, paying particular attention to the precision dispersive determinations of their parameters and the dramatic changes in the latest edition of the PDG for the f0(500) or sigma meson.

Prof.
Qiang Zhao
(Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

10/29/13, 12:00 PM

Prof.
Hiroyuki Noumi
(Research Center for Nuclear Physics, Osaka University)

10/29/13, 2:30 PM

Plenary

TBA

Dr
Makoto Oka
(Tokyo Institute of Technology)

10/29/13, 3:00 PM

Plenary

Recent developments of heavy hadron spectroscopy have revealed existence of new types of hadrons, which are not simply accounted as qqbar or qqq. I focus on a few topics of heavy hadron spectroscopy, i.e., heavy baryon spectroscopy and its significance in QCD, and heavy quark exotic hadrons.

Prof.
Tetsuo Hyodo
(Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics)

10/29/13, 4:30 PM

Prof.
Eulogio Oset
(IFIC , University of Valencia)

10/29/13, 5:00 PM

Plenary

A sort review is made of the local hidden gauge approach to hadron interactions, extrapolating the chiral Lagrangians to the vector sector and showing how mesonic and baryonic resonances are generated. Then I shall discuss a new BES reaction on J/psi -> eta K* K*bar, from where evidence is obtained of one h_1 resonance predicted from the vector-vector interaction. Similarly, I shall discuss an...

Andre Walker-Loud
(The College of William and Mary)

10/29/13, 5:30 PM

Plenary

Lattice QCD offers the promise of quantitatively connecting low-energy nuclear physics with the fundamental theory of strong interactions. Significant progress in achieving this goal has been made in the last few years, with, for example, the first definitive calculations of light nuclei recently appearing. There remain significant challenges which must be overcome to connect these...

Dr
Zhi-Gang Wang
(North China Electric Power University)

Parellel A

In this article, we tentatively identify the charmed mesons $D_J(2580)$, $D_J^*(2650)$, $D_J(2740)$, $D^*_J(2760)$, $D_J(3000)$, $D_J^*(3000)$ observed by the LHCb collaboration according to their spin, parity and masses, then study their strong decays to the ground state charmed mesons plus light pseudoscalar mesons with the heavy meson effective theory in the leading order...

Prof.
Tetsuo Hyodo
(Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics)

Plenary

The structure of hadron resonances attracts much attention, in conjunction with recent observations of various exotic hadrons which are not well described in the conventional picture. However, it is a subtle problem to define a proper classification scheme for hadron structure, and the finite decay width of hadron resonances makes the analysis complicated. In this talk, we summarize recent...

Dr
Julian Srebrny
(Heavy Ion Laboratory, University of Warsaw, Poland)

Plenary

A hypothesis of the chiral symmetry breaking opened a new opportunity for the study of
spontaneous time-reversal symmetry breaking in an atomic nucleus. A connection between the chirality phenomenon and the time-reversal symmetry will be shown. A possibility of using chiral doublets for studies of time reversal symmetry beyond the nuclear structure boundaries will be introduced. This idea...

Prof.
Stefan Frauendorf
(Department of Physics, University Notre Dame)

Plenary

The emergence of chirality in rotating triaxial nuclei will be discussed based the concept of spontaneous symmetry breaking. Differences and similarities with the chirality of molecules will be exposed. Microscopic mean field approaches for identifying chiral configurations (TAC, CRMF) will be reviewed. Using examples of observed chiral partner bands, the dynamical character of nuclear...

Ms
Phiala Shanahan
(The University of Adelaide)

Parellel A

The 1987 discovery by the European Muon Collaboration, that only a small fraction of the spin of the proton may be attributed to the spin of its three constituent quarks, sparked decades of careful experimental investigation of the phenomenon. Despite extensive efforts, there is no consensus that the so-called `proton spin crisis’ has been adequately resolved.
The fraction of the spin of the...

Dr
Wenling Wang
(Beihang University)

Parellel A

We report results from our recent systematic study of the systems of DDbar, BBbar, BB*bar, B*B*bar, DD*bar, D*D*bar et. al. in a chiral quark model. The possiblity of the existences of bound states or molecular stats of those meson-meson systems will be discussed, and the possible explanation for the structures of Zb(10610), Zb(10650), X(3872), Y(3940), Y(4260), Zc(3900) will be addressed.