12th International Conference on Meson-Nucleon Physics and the Structure of the Nucleon
May 31-June 4, 2010
College of William and Mary
The 12th International Conference on Meson-Nucleon Physics and the
Structure of the Nucleon (MENU2010) will be organized by Jefferson Lab
and The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, USA,
from May 31st to June 4th, 2010.
The conference continues a series held previously in Karlsruhe (1983), Los Alamos (1987), Gatchina/Leningrad (1989), Bad Honnef (1991), Boulder (1993), Blaubeuren (1995), Vancouver (1997), Zuoz (1999), Washington DC (2001), Beijing (2004) and Juelich (2007).
The scientific program will feature invited as well as contributed talks, with morning plenary sessions and afternoon parallel sessions. Scientific topics will cover experimental and theoretical developments in the field of meson and nucleon physics, in particular:
* Meson-Nucleon Interactions
* Hadron Spectroscopy
* Nucleon Structure
* Few Body Systems
* Fundamental Symmetries
* Electroweak Probes
* Future Facilities and Directions
The registration fees are:
- Early registration (before April 30): $400 (student $200)
- Regular registration (between May 1 and May 23): $450 (student $250)
- Late registration (after May 23): $475 (student $275)
Registration includes admission to oral and poster sessions, Monday
reception, Thursday banquet, Thursday excursion, and coffee breaks.
Participants may also be interested in the Jefferson Lab Annual Users' Group meeting which is to be held the following week at Jefferson Lab in nearby Newport News.
Inquiries about the conference can be sent to members of the Local Organizing Committee.
Local organizing committee:
David Armstrong (William and Mary) co-chair
Volker Burkert (JLab)
Jian-ping Chen (JLab)
Will Detmold (William and Mary/JLab)
Jo Dudek (Old Dominion/JLab)
Wally Melnitchouk (JLab) co-chair
David Richards (JLab)
The workshop is sponsored by The College of William & Mary, Jefferson Lab, Forschungszentrum Juelich, Jefferson Science Associates, and IUPAP.