This conference series began in 1970 at Duke University. The Seville meeting follows the successful events in Glasgow (2013) and Tallahassee (2016); and canvass similar themes. It will highlight the physics of baryons and related subjects in astro-, nuclear- and particle-physics, developing our understanding of the spectrum, structure and reactions of baryons using all available tools. Particular emphasis will be placed on elucidating the role of confinement and emergent mass, key non-perturbative phenomena within the Standard Model. Recent developments at existing facilities and those anticipated from the next-generation will also be showcased.
Main Topics Include:
- Spectroscopy of Light / Heavy Flavor Hadrons.
- Structure of Hadrons.
- Recent Approaches to Non-Perturbative QCD.
- Exotic Baryons.
- Hadrons at Finite Density and Temperature.
- Electromagnetic and Weak Interactions.
- Hadron-Hadron Interactions.
- New Facilities and Instrumentation.