Future perspectives for baryon and meson spectroscopy

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

Lecture Hall

Bad Honnef

Speaker

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

Description

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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