16-17 October 2006
Place: Southeastern Universities Research Association (SURA)
Suite 430 (Conference Rooms A, B and C)
1201 New York Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20005
9:00-10:30 RIA and JLab overview talks
1- NN and
many-body interactions: chiral perturbation theory; effective
1:00-2:00 Lunch (Provided)
calculations: few-body systems; lattice QCD; coupled channels
structure: spectroscopic factors, correlations (short & long
momentum components; Coulomb sum rule
7:00 Dinner (Provided by SURA)
radii & weak interaction physics: beta-decay; n-capture; parity
physics; narrow states in the continuum; halos; exotic mesons; excited
baryons; coupled channel calculations
and continuum shell model
12:30-1:30 Lunch (Provided)
functionals: effective forces; dense matter; hyperons; EOS
Recall that the
format of the meeting will be 6 sessions, each 2 hours in length. A
maximum of 1 hour will be devoted to overviews from the JLab
perspective (30 minutes) and the RIA perspective (30 minutes). This
will be followed by a 1 hour discussion led by the discussion leaders.
The Workshop is open to additional participants (contact the
organizer); all Workshop participants are invited, indeed expected, to
take part in all 6 sessions!
expected outcome of the Workshop will be a short, but well-written (2-3
page) summary that highlights the "essential" physics of each session.
While this may require additional post-meeting work by members of each
group, our goal is to have consensus on focus by the end of the
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