May 27-29, 2014
Newport News, VA
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We invite the
JLAB community, and other nuclear physicists, to a workshop
May 27-29 2014 highlighting the hypernuclear physics
research of Jefferson Laboratory.
In this decade, a
series of experiments: E89-009, (Hall-C), E94-107 (Hall-A),
E01-011 (Hall-C), E05-115 (Hall-C) studied from elementary
electro-production of strangeness to medium-heavy
hypernuclei upto A=52 and this new technique of hypernuclear
spectroscopy by the (e,e’K+) reaction was established at
In the workshop,
we will discuss the hypernuclear physics experimentally as
well as theoretically to explore future prospective:
1. What is necessary to understand of the elementary process of electro-production of strangeness
2. Experimental study of light hypernuclei and YN interaction including Charge Symmetry Breaking (CSB) effect and LN- SN-coupling.
3. What can be learned from precise determination of L binding energies
4. Deformation of core-nucleus and energy levels of L hypernuclei
5. Detailed spectroscopy of heavy hypernuclei and potential impacts of measurement to mean-field theory, shell-models and single particle nature of L in deep inside of nuclei.
6. Uniqueness of JLab hypernuclear program in contrast to other facilities such as J-PARC, Mainz, future FAIR