Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual

Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual

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Bound states and resonances in Effective Field Theories and Lattice QCD calculations

2014, Jul 20 -- Aug 01

E. Epelbaum (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)
A. Parreno (U. Barcelona)
D. Phillips (U. Ohio)
J. Soto (U. Barcelona)

Monday, July 21
  • 08:45h
  • Registration
  • 09:30h
  • Mapping out scattering amplitudes and resonances using lattice QCD
     Christopher Thomas (Cambridge University)
  • 11:15h
  • Extrapolating resonances to the infinite volume
     Michael Döring (George Washington Univeristy)
  • 16:30h
  • Resonances and QCD bound states in the charmed-meson and charmonium spectrum from lattice QCD
     Daniel Mohler (Fermilab)

    Tuesday, July 22
    • 09:30h
    • Correlation functions, spectra, and form factors in a finite volume
       Raúl Briceño (JLab)
    • 11:15h
    • Finite volume QED
       Martin J. Savage (Institute for Nuclear Theory, Seattle)
    • 18:00h
    • Isospin violation and lattice QCD
       André Walker-Loud (The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg)
    • 19:15h
    • Strategies for an accurate determination of the X(3872) energy from QCD lattice simulations
       Short talk by Raquel Molina (RCNP, Osaka)

      Wednesday, July 23
      • 09:30h
      • Two charged particles in a box
         Silas R. Beane (University of Washington)
      • 11:15h
      • Effective Field Theory for lattice nuclei
         Nir Barnea (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
      • 17:30h
      • Recent results in lattice EFT for nuclei
         Dean Lee (North Carolina State)
      • 18:45h
      • Scattering calculation in Lattice EFT
         Short talk by Gautam Rupak (Mississippi State University)
      • 19:00h
      • Poster Session

        Thursday, July 24
        • 09:30h
        • Power counting in nuclear effective field theory
           M. Pavón Valderrama (IPN, Orsay)
        • 11:15h
        • A new time-ordered perturbation theory approach to NN problem in EFT
           J. Gegelia (Ruhr Universität, Bochum)
        • 16:30h
        • Nucleon-nucleon scattering from dispersion relations and chiral symmetry up to N2LO
           J. A. Oller (University of Murcia)
        • 17:30h
        • Detail check of EFT power counting
           Short talk by Chieh Jen Yang (University of Trento)
        • 17:45h
        • Discussion session
           Mike Birse, Harald Griesshammer
        • Detail check of EFT power counting
            Chieh-Jen Yang
            Power Counting Comparison
           Harald Griesshammer
        • 18:30h
        • End of the session

          Friday, July 25
          • 09:30h
          • Baryon-baryon interactions in chiral EFT
             J. Haidenbauer (FZ, Juelich)
          • 10:30h
          • The sigma resonance: dispersive treatment and its role in hadronic light-by-light scattering
             M. Hoferichter (ITP, Bern)
          • 12:00h
          • “Hadron-hadron molecules in the heavy hadron spectrum”
             David R. Entem (University of Salamanca)
          • 15:00h
          • Nuclear physics with two colours
             William Detmold (MIT)

            Monday, July 28
            • 09:30h
            • Chiral forces up to N4LO
               Hermann Krebs (Ruhr Universität, Bochum)
            • 11:15h
            • Determining the three-nucleon force from three- nucleon data
               Luca Girlanda (University of Salento)
            • 18:00h
            • Triton, 3He, 4He from and for nuclear EFT
               D. Gazit (Hebrew University, Jerusalem)
            • 19:00h
            • The three-nucleon force in the 1/Nc expansion
               Short presentation by Daniel Phillips (Ohio University)

              Tuesday, July 29
              • 09:30h
              • ChiEFT approach to electromagnetic transitions in light nuclei
                 Saori Pastore (University of South Carolina)
              • 11:00h
              • Compton scattering from the nucleon and deuteron
                 Judth McGovern (University of Manchester)
              • 12:00h
              • Discussion session on two-photon physics, including three short presentations
              • Compton scattering for 3He
                 Daniel Phillips
                  Magnetic Polarisability Contribution to the Nucleon's Electromagnetic self-Energy
                 Andre Walker-Loud
                  Hadron polarisabilities on the lattice
                 Brian Tiburzi
              • 18:00h
              • Discussion session on other electroweak processes, including a short presentation and two comments
              • Experimental Evaluation of the Neutro-Proton Contact (20')
                 Nir Barnea
                  Power counting for electromagnetic currents in the deuteron
                 M. Pavón Valderrama
                  Deuteron electrodisintegration
                 Chieh‐Jen Yang

                Wednesday, July 30
                • 09:30h
                • Towards exploring parity violation with lattice QCD
                   Brian Tiburzi (City College of New York)
                • 11:15h
                • Hadronic parity violation in effective field theories
                   Matthias Schindler (University of South Carolina)
                • 18:00h
                • Parity violation in nucleon-deuteron interactions
                   Jared Vanasse (Duke University)
                • 19:15h
                • UV Extrapolations in Finite Oscillator Bases
                   Short presentation by Sebastian König (Ohio State University)

                  Thursday, July 31
                  • 09:30h
                  • Proton-deuteron scattering lengths in pionless effective field theory
                     Sebastian König (Ohio State University)
                  • 10:30h
                  • Weakly bound nuclei from effective field theory
                     Hans-Werner Hammer (Techinsche Universität, Darmstadt)
                  • 12:00h
                  • The description of 6He in a halo effective field theory approach
                     Chen Ji (TRIUMF)

                    This session has received financial support from the following institutions:

                    • logo CSIC
                    • Gobierno de Aragón
                    • Ministerio de educación y ciencia
                    • DPH
                    • Universidad de Zaragoza
                    • Ayuntamiento de Benasque


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