November 21-22, 2008
Newport News, Virginia USA
The 1½ day workshop is aimed at fostering the exchange of ideas between nuclear experimentalists, and theorists working in lattice QCD, so as to gain a deeper understanding of the structure and spectroscopy of hadrons. The experimental talks cover a range of topics central to the current and 12 GeV programs at Jefferson Laboratory, and to the RHIC-spin program at BNL. The lattice talks will describe the current status of calculations, and the prospects for the future. The program will provide ample time for discussion, and the workshop is intended as part of an ongoing series.
Workshop early registration deadline extended to November 10!
Kees de Jager (JLab)
Curtis Meyer (CMU)
John Negele (MIT)
Kostas Orginos (William and Mary/JLab)
David Richards (JLab)
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