Existing and future experimental possibilities in hadron spectroscopy

Mar 16, 2017, 12:00 PM
Lecture Hall (Bad Honnef)

Lecture Hall

Bad Honnef

Topic 5: Future Directions and Goals for Hadron Spectroscopy Session


Dr Jens Sören Lange (University Giessen)


Despite of numerous experimentally observed signals of XYZ states, and impressive progress in the interpretation from the theory side, the quest for understanding the overall pattern is still on. In particular one of the questions for the present and the near-term future is, which particular new, yet-unobserved states with which quantum numbers would give us more information, if XYZ states are molecules, tetraquarks, hadroquarkonium or maybe hybrids. Then, after identifying some key candidate states, we will try to review, which present or future experiment would be suited for which states, and compare some advantages and disadvantages.

Primary author

Dr Jens Sören Lange (University Giessen)

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