The International Workshop on Partial Wave Analyses and Advanced Tools for Hadron Spectroscopy, PWA12/ATHOS7, is a joint meeting combining the 12th International Workshop on Pion-Nucleon Partial Wave Analysis and the Interpretation of Baryon Resonances and the 7th Workshop on Amplitude Analysis Tools for Hadron Spectroscopy.

The purpose of the workshop is to bring together experimental and theoretical groups working in hadron spectroscopy. The emphasis of the workshop is on methods and tools for data analysis, addressing issues that are common in the study of baryons, mesons and the new hadrons. 

This "hybrid" workshop is taking place at Engineers' House (Bristol, England, UK) and online. 
Additional information for those who can participate in Bristol may be found here: 
Local Participation Info

Full registration details for the workshop may be found here: Registration

Topics - Conveners

  1.  Heavy mesons, Baryons and exotics spectroscopy -
        Feng-Kun Guo, César Fernández Ramírez, Sebastian Neubert
  2.  PWA for Baryons -
        Volker Burkert, Ulrike Thoma 

  3.  Tools and for PWA and Amplitude analysis (merged with 4) -
        Emilie Passemar, Anton Poluektov  

  4.  Models for PWA and Amplitude analysis (merged with 3) - 
        Adam Szczepaniak + LOC  

  5.  Light mesons spectroscopy -
        Boris Grube, Raquel Molina    

  6.  Amplitude Analysis for input for others -
        Mikhail Mikhasenko + LOC     

  7.  Tools for amplitude analysis  -  

The main Zoom room for the workshop can be found here: Main Zoom Room
There is a separate Zoom room for parallel discussions, here:
 Discussion Zoom Room

Please make certain that your time zone appears in the upper right hand corner of this page, in order to insure the global synchronization of the workshop. The default time zone is Europe/London (British Summer Time = GMT+1).

This workshop was postponed from 2020 due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Previous editions of this workshop were held at Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Físicas - CBPF, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2019), IHEP, Beijing (2018), George Washington University (2017) and University of Bonn (2015).