22-27 March 2020
São José dos Campos, Brazil
America/Sao_Paulo timezone

Invited speakers

Lectures

*Gerald A. Miller (UW, USA) -- "NN short-ranged correlations: From Theory to Experiment in 65 Years"

Francesca Gulminelli (LCP EnsiCaen, France) -- "Finite temperature EoS and astrophysical applications"

Latifa Elouadrhiri (JLAB, USA) -- "Nuclear Femtography Studies with the CLAS12 at Jefferson Lab and the Future Electron Ion Collider"

Orlando Oliveira (University of Coimbra, Portugal) -- "Non-Perturbative Information from QCD Green Functions"

 

Seminars

Field theoretical approaches to QCD

Letícia Palhares (UERJ, Brazil) -- "Dynamic gluon mass generation from the effective potential of the Gribov-Zwanziger theory"

Fábio Luiz Braghin (UFG, Brazil) -- "Low energies constituent quark couplings from a dynamical approach"

João Pacheco B. C. De Melo (UNICSUL, Brazil) -- "Pion off-shell electromagnetic form factors from data analysis"

Varese Salvador Timóteo (Unicamp Limeira, Brazil) -- "Field theoretical approaches to QCD"

 

Hadronic and quark matter - applications in astrophysics

Débora Peres Menezes (UFSC, Brazil) -- "Gravitational waves signatures and magnetars"

*Adriana Raduta (IFIN-HH, Romania) -- "Cooling of hypernuclear compact stars"

Jirina R. Stone (Oxford University, England / UT, USA) -- "Neutron stars: The journey from birth to death"

 

Hadronic structure - reactions, production and decays

Elena Santopinto (INFN, Italy) -- "Multiquark states: from meson and baryons to exotic tetraquarks and pentaquarks"

Luciano M. Abreu (UFBA, Brazil) -- "Mixing and quark mass dependence of axial vector mesons in the Coulomb gauge QCD model"

Giovanni Salmè (INFN, Italy) -- "Few-body physics in Minkowski space"

Harut Avakian (JLAB, USA) -- "Studies of the 3D Structure of the Nucleon "

 

Lattice QCD - methods and results

Tereza Mendes (IF-USP São Carlos, Brazil) -- "Continuum Limit of Gluon and Ghost Propagators in Minimal Landau Gauge"

Fernanda Steffens (University of Bonn, Germany) -- "Parton Distributions from Lattice QCD"

 

Relativistic heavy-ion reactions - new data, analyses and models

Murilo Rangel (UFRJ, Brazil) -- "Heavy ion and fixed target physics at the LHCb experiment"

Gabriel Denicol (UFF, Brazil) -- "Nuclear matter under extreme conditions and relativistic hydrodynamics"

*Wolfgang Schäfer (INP, Poland) -- "Photon induced processes from semi-central to ultraperipheral heavy-ion collisions"

 

Strong and electroweak interactions in the standard model

Ubirajara van Kolck  (IPN/Orsay, France / UA, USA) -- "Strong Interactions and Fundamental Symmetries"

Jussara Marques de Miranda (CBPF, Brazil) -- "CP violation in B->h+h'+h- (h,h'=k,pi) decays in the LHCb experiment"

Patricia Camargo Magalhaes (University of Bristol, England) -- "FSI in 3-body decay: challenges and future"

 

* TBC