The main objective of the Light Cone conference series is to provide a yearly update of the progress in light-front theory and its phenomenological applications. Light-front theory provides a suitable framework to calculate observables such as scattering amplitudes, decay rates, spin effects, parton distributions, and other hadronic observables. One of the themes of the conference will be the interface between theory and experiment in hadron physics. We encourage many young physicists to join and actively discuss with the world experts participating in this meeting.
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