Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Study Institute on Perspectives in the Structure
of Hadronic Systems, held August 2–15, 1993, in Dronten, The Netherlands
NATO-PCO-DATA BASE The electronic index to the NATO ASI Series provides
Author: M.N. Harakeh
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The last decade has been witness to many exciting and rapid developments in the fields of Nuclear Physics and Intermediate Energy Physics, the interface between Nuclear and Elementary Particle Physics. These developments involved to a large extent the sub nucleonic degrees of freedom in nuclei. In deep inelastic lepton scattering from nuclei, for example, it was observed that the quark structure of the nucleon is influenced by the nuclear medium. Also, the spin-dependent structure function of the nucleon was found to differ from sum rules based on SU(3) symmetry, a discrepancy referred to as the "spin crisis". In pion electroproduction at threshold and in the production of pions and other mesons in heavy ion collisions at intermediate energies interesting experimental results have been obtained, which triggered lively theoretical discussions. Furthermore, the search for the quark-gluon plasma phase of hadronic matter, a phase that is supposed to have existed in the first few seconds of the Big Bang, has been intensified. Not only were these developments accompanied by technical developments, such as the building of new experimental facilities, but also extensive theoretical efforts have been directed towards understanding these phenomena. These concerted efforts will hopefully lead to an understanding of the transition from the non-perturbative QCD regime to the perturbative one, in which the quark structure of nucleons is better understood. All of the aforementioned developments occur at a high pace, making it difficult to incorporate them into the courses offered to advanced students.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Advanced Study Institute on Perspectives in
the Structure of Hadronic Systems M. N. Harakeh, J. H. Koch, Olaf Scholten.
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Author: North Atlantic Treaty Organization
Publisher: Plenum Publishing Corporation
The 13 lectures from a course in sub-atomic systems for graduate and post-doctorate physics students, held in Dronton, The Netherlands, in August 1993. They address the hadronic structure starting at low energies with meson production and nucleon resonance excitation in lepton and hadron scattering
This volume contains the invited and contributed papers presented at the Fourth International Conference on Perspectives in Hadronic Physics and sent to the Editors within the deadline.
Author: Sigfrido Boffi
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This volume contains the invited and contributed papers presented at the Fourth International Conference on Perspectives in Hadronic Physics and sent to the Editors within the deadline. The Conference was held at the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, Italy, from May 12th to 16th, 2003, and was attended by about 100 scientists from 20 countries. The series ofConferences on Perspectives on Hadronic Physics takes place every two years since 1997 and follows the seven Workshops on Perspectives in Nuclear Physics at Intermediate Energies, organized every two years at ICTP since 1983. The aim of these Conferences is to discuss the status-of-the-art concerning the experimental and theoretical investigations of hadronic systems, from nucleons to nuclei and dense nuclear matter, in terms of the relevant underlying degrees of freedom. For such a reason the Fourth Conference has been focused on those experimental and theoretical topics which have been in the last few years the object of intensive investigations, viz. the various approaches employed to describe the structure of hadrons in terms of QCD and QCD inspired models, the recent developments in the treatment of the properties and propagations of hadronic states in the medium, the relevant progress done in the solution of the few- and many- hadron problems, the recent results in the experimental investigation of dense hadronic matter and, last but not least, the physics programs of existing Laboratories and the suggested projects for new Facilities.
A world list of books in the English language.
The focus was on investigation of nucleon and nuclear structure, in particular on
the following topics: - nucleon form factors ... and the deuteron, as well as a
presentation of recent theoretical advances in the description of hadronic
Author: Boffi Sigfrido
This volume discusses theoretical and experimental activities in the investigation of nucleon and nuclear structure by electromagnetic and hadronic probes at intermediate and high energies. The focus is on laboratory activities, recent progress concerning the structure of hadrons, relativistic many-body approaches, deep inelastic scattering and correlations in nuclei.
These data have helped to put the field in a different perspective paving the road
to a hopefully more complete understanding than hitherto achieved. The
forthcoming data in the next few years from even higher energies (LHC) promise
Author: Dos Santos Avancini Sidney
Publisher: World Scientific
The study of QCD in the confinement regime poses some of the most difficult problems of fundamental physics at present. The mechanism of confinement itself is not described formally, and it is hard to investigate the properties of the fundamental theory in the determination of the structures and interactions of hadronic systems. The strong coupling and the extreme non-linearity of the theory severely limit the applicability and the extension and generalization of models and methods. The area of particle/nuclear physics called Hadron Physics deals with the phenomena determined by the confinement regime of QCD.The International Workshop on Hadron Physics 98 aimed to provide a framework for the comparative evaluation of different approaches to the difficult problems of QCD, and gathered together experts who have been leading developments in hadronic physics in recent years. As a central feature of the workshop program, there were four sets of lectures: (1) “An Introduction to Effective Field Theory” (J F Donoghue); (2) “Non-perturbative QCD” (A Di Giacomo); (3) “Diffraction: Past, Present and Future” (E Predazzi); “QCD at High Temperature and Density” (T Hatsuda). These courses provided a pedagogical and updated account of the recent developments that gave support to the discussion of frontier research problems. The lecturers did very useful work in the review and description of important lines of research.The lectures are reproduced in this book, together with invited talks and contributed papers dealing with specific research problems, for the use and appreciation of a wider audience.
A consistent theory of the hadron structure , valid at short as well as long
distances , is still missing . ... but also with a filter to select some part of the wave
function of hadrons , or hadronic systems , when they propagate in the nuclear
Author: Martin Schumacher
Publisher: Springer Verlag
The topics treated in this volume are intermediate and high-energy nuclear physics with real and virtual photons and the interplay between nuclear and particle physics. The first part, devoted to vector mesons, is also intended to explore the scientific perspectives of a new generation of electron accelerators. The second part is devoted to physics currently under study at intermediate-energy real-photon facilities with some emphasis on the Compton effect and its relation to quark models.
The Conference on Perspectives in Hadronic Physics takes place every two
years since 1997 and follows a series of Workshops on ... discuss the state - of -
the - art in the experimental and theoretical investigations of the structure and
interactions of hadronic systems . During the present Conference particular
attention was paid on the structure of hadrons and their response to external
probes , on recent ...
Author: Sigfrido Boffi
Publisher: Amer Inst of Physics
The aim of the Conference was to discuss recent results and perspectives on the theoretical and experimental investigation of the structure of free hadrons and hadrons in the nuclear medium, as well as the structure of hadronic matter both at normal and extreme conditions. The Volume is a useful update of the subject for theorists and experimentalists working in medium and high energy nuclear physics.
2nd International Workshop on the Structure of the Nucleon at Large Bjorken X;
HiX2004 Claude Bourrely, ... 215 LATTICE QCD AND NUCLEAR DEEP
INELASTIC SCATTERING Large x Behaviour and the Non - Perturbative
Structure of Hadronic Systems . ... Research Perspectives at Jefferson Lab : 12
GeV and Beyond .
Author: Claude Bourrely
Publisher: American Institute of Physics
"This workshop, held on July 26-28 2004, at the Centre de Physique des Particules de Marseille (CPPM) Luminy, in Marseille, France was a follow up meeting, but with a wider scope, to a first workshop (HiX 2000) held in March, 2000 in Philadelphia, PA, USA"--Pref.