19-20 May 2020
CERN
Europe/Zurich timezone

The goal of this mini-workshop is to solve the question of the origin of loosely-bound nuclei formed in hadronic collisions. This is a well defined question, the solution of which could shed light on the puzzling feature of seemingly thermal statistics in the yields of different hadrons at the LHC and other experiments. The main discussion is theoretical, but there will be strong interplay with experimentalists working on relevant analyses.

The format consists of one day (May 19) dedicated to working group discussions, structured around a number of currently on-going analyses; and one day (May 20) dedicated to invited talks, geared towards an audience of experts in the field.

​VIDYO connection will be available.

For information regarding housing, access to CERN for those not holding a CERN card and laptop registration, please check http://lpcc.web.cern.ch/about

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Due to the COVID-19 situation, this meeting is now planned to take place ONLINE ONLY without physical presence at CERN. While we are still considering the logistical details, participants are requested to NOT purchase travel to CERN at this time.

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Europe/Zurich

Due to the limited scope of the program, contributed talks are by invitation only.

Application
Application for this event is currently open.