8-11 September 2015
Santiago de Compostela
Europe/Zurich timezone

Scientific Programme

  • Strong interactions of hadrons at high energies accessible on Large Hadron Collider.
  • Relativistic Heavy Ion Physics on LHC and RHIC and predictions of new phases in hot and dense nuclear matter.
  • Low and intermediate energy hadron physics: effective Lagrangians and realizations of CP breaking.
  • AdS/CFT and AdS/QCD correspondence in Quantum Field and String Theory and Holographic models of Strong Interactions.
  • Search for Physics beyond the Standard Model at ultra-high energies both on colliders and on space located installations.
  • Modern Cosmology, Dark Energy and theoretical implications on Extra Space dimensions and deviations from Newton dynamics.
  • Dark Matter in the Universe and Axion manifestation.
  • Integrability in Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Field Theory.
  • Nuclear physics of neutron rich nuclei.