Sep 1 – 6, 2019
University of Surrey
Europe/London timezone

Invited speakers

Plenary sessions

  • Constantia Alexandrou (University of Cyprus, Cyprus)
    • “What have we learned on nucleon structure from Lattice QCD and future prospects?”
  • Sonia Bacca (University of Mainz, Germany)
    • “Nuclear structure corrections in light muonic atoms”
  • Michael Birse (University of Manchester, UK)
    • “Few-body physics: getting more effective”
  • Mikhail Bashkanov (University of York, UK)
    •  “d*(2830) hexaquark: from Photoproduction to Neutron Stars”
  • Cheng Chin (University of Chicago, USA)
    • “Observation of Efimov states in ultracold atoms”
  • Reinhard Dörner (Frankfurt University, Germany)
    • Giving a twist to Halo states: Helium Dimer and Trimer in Rotation
  • Shimpei Endo (Tohoku University, Japan)
    • Universal few-body clusters in cold atoms”
  • Eduardo Garrido (IEM-CSIC, Madrid, Spain)
    • "Weakly bound nuclei: A unified description of intrinsic and relative degrees of freedom".
  • Daniel Gazda (Nuclear Physics Institute, Czech Republic)
    • Ab Initio Calculations of Light Hypernuclei
  • Rimantas Lazauskas (University of Strasbourg, France)
    • Solutions of the Faddeev-Yakubovsky equations for five-nucleon systems
  • Dean Lee (Michigan State University, USA)
    • Lattice simulations for nuclei, ultracold atoms, and ions
  • Miguel Marques (LPC Caen, France)
    • Exotic structures in exotic nuclei
  • Andreas Mathis (Technical University Munich, Germany)
    • Constraining Hyperon-Nucleon and Hyperon-Hyperon interactions with femtoscopy in ALICE
  • Angels Ramos (Barcelona University, Spain)
    • “The molecular nature of some exotic hadrons”
  • Olga Rubtsova (Moscow State University, Russia)
    • Dibaryon resonances and NN interaction
  • Takehiko Saito (RIKEN, Japan and GSI, Germany)
    • Few-body strangeness nuclei and their puzzles
  • Karin Schonning (Uppsala University, Sweden)
    • Hyperons - a strange key to the strong interaction”
  • Kimiko Sekiguchi (Tohoku University, Japan)
    • "Exploring Three-Nucleon Forces in Three- and Four-Nucleon Scattering"
  • Simon Sirca (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
    • "Study of light nuclei by polarization observables in electron scattering"
  • Paul Sutcliffe (Durham University, UK)
    • Skyrmions and clustering in light nuclei
  • Jonathan Tennyson (Univeristy College London, UK)
    • Ultra cold chemistry using the R-matrix method
  • David Weiss (Pensylvania State University, USA)
    • Energy-dependent 3-body loss in 1D Bose gases”
  • Carl Wheldon (Birmingham University, UK)
    • "Experiments and analyses aimed at understanding nuclear structure”

 

Parallel sessions

    Jesús Casal  (University of Padova)
    • "Description of continuum structures in a discrete basis: Three-body resonances and two-nucleon decays"   
  •  Yong Chen (Purdue University)    
    • "Spin-orbit-coupled Bose-Einstein Condensate as playground to explore quantum collision and chemistry"        
  • Izabela Ciepał  (H. Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics PAS)
    • "Few-Nucleon System Dynamics Studied via Deuteron-Deuteron Collisions at 160 MeV" 
  • Jacek Golak  (M. Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University)    
    • "Investigations of the Few-Nucleon Systems  within the LENPIC Project"   
  • Benjamin Gibson (Physical Review C)    
    • "Exploring the Unknown $\Lambda n$ Inteaction"    
  • Roman Kezerashvili         
    • "Three-body systems in novel two-dimensional materials"    
  • Douglas MacGregor  (University of Glasgow)    
    • "Short-range nucleon correlations studied with electron and photon probes"
  • Vladimir Melezhik  (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dunba, Russia)
    • "Low-dimensional few-body collisional processes in atom-ion traps" 
  • Benedict Murdin (Univeristy of Surrey)    
    • "Donor impurities in silicon as a platform for few-body problems: donor excitation and donor-donor interactions"         
  • Jordi Mur-Petit  (University of Oxford)
    • "Revealing missing charges in few-body cold-atom systems with generalised quantum fluctuation relations"        
  • Eli Piasetzky  (Tel Aviv University)    
    • "Study Nucleon-Nucleon Interaction with Short Range Correlation"  
  • Willibald Plessas (University os Graz)    
    • "Heavy-baryon speactrscopy"   
  • Michael Schulz  (Missouri University of Science & Technology)
    • "Fully Differential Study of Ionization of H2 by p Impact Near Velocity Matching"   
  • Magdalena Skurzok  (INFN-LNF Frascati)         
    • Kaonic atoms experiments at the DAFNE collider
  • Roberta Spartà  (Università di Catania  and INFN Laboratori Nazionali del Sud (Catania, Italy))
    • "Few-body reactions investigated via the Trojan Horse Method"           
  • Alfred Stadler  (University of Évora)
    • "Mesons with charm and bottom quarks in a covariant quark model"   
  •  Michele Viviani (INFN Pisa)
    • "Electroweak processes in few-nucleon systems"     


Special session: in menoriam of Roy Glauber

  • Per Osland  (University of Bergen)
    • "Roy Glauber and asymptotic diffraction theory"
  • Pierre Capel (Universität Mainz)
    • "The eikonal model of reactions involving exotic nuclei; Roy Glauber's legacy in today’s nuclear physics"

Young Researcher Award session

  • Robin Smith (Sheffield Hallam University)
    • "The Hoyle Family: precision break-up measurements to explore nuclear α-condensates"
  • Sebastian König (TU Darmstadt)
    • "Few nucleons and other stories"