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LC2009
Light-Cone 2009: Relativistic Hadronic and Particle Physics
July 8-13, 2009
Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica (ITA)
Comando-Geral de Tecnologia Aeroespacial (CTA)
São José dos Campos, Brazil

 


Light-front dynamics is a Hamiltonian formulation with Boost-invariant eigenstates that allows a rigorous description of hadronic and nuclear phenomena from first principles in quantum chromodynamics. This framework allows the calculations of decay rates, scattering amplitudes, correlations, spin effects, phases, distributions and other hadronic observables from first principles, and can also illuminate novel QCD effects.

Main Goals:
- The rigorous evaluation of hadron spectra and wave functions using the light-front Hamiltonian of QCD;
- Hadronic and nuclear phenomenology based on fundamental quark and gluon dynamics;
- Relativistic Hadron physics;
- Confrontation and design of crucial experimental tests at the new hadron facilities - JLAB, RHIC, LHC, JPARC, GSI(FAIR).

Main Challenges:
- Symmetry preserving regularization and renormalization methods;
- The incorporation of spontaneous symmetry breaking;
- Explicit evaluation of hadron spectra and amplitudes;
- Connections with string theory methods;
- Connections between quark-gluon and nuclear many-body methods.

Topics:
- Light-front field theory
- Hamiltonian and Lattice QCD calculations
- Non-perturbative methods and renormalization
- Applications of AdS/CFT to QCD
- Hadron structure
- Spin physics
- Chiral dynamics
- Relativistic nuclear physics
- Confined and deconfined matter
- Strongly interacting systems at finite T
- Small x physics and saturation phenomena


Tobias Frederico (ITA, São José dos Campos)
Chairman
tobias@ita.br

Bernard Bakker (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Co-Chairman
blg.bakker@few.vu.nl

Application
The new deadline for registration is May 15, 2009.

For further information please e-mail to: tobias@ita.br  or lana@ita.br