Future perspectives for baryon and meson spectroscopy

Mar 16, 2017, 9:45 AM
Lecture Hall (Bad Honnef)

Lecture Hall

Bad Honnef


Simon Eydelman (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (RU))


We discuss perspectives of future spectroscopic studies
using existing and planned electron-positron and proton-proton
colliders. While for mesons of light quarks prospects are
mostly related to VEPP-2000 in Novosibirsk and BEPC2 in Beijing,
heavier mesons as well as baryons will be readily produced at
the Super-tau-charm factory in Novosibirsk or China, KEKB at KEK,
LHC and future facilities at CERN.

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