FemTUM19

from Thursday, 12 September 2019 (14:00) to Friday, 13 September 2019 (18:00)
Physics Department (Hörsaal 3)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
12 Sep 2019
13 Sep 2019
AM
09:00 Baryon-Baryon Interactions from Lattice QCD : HAL QCD Approach and its applications - K. Sasaki   (Hörsaal 3)
09:40 Unprecedented precision studies of the proton Xi and Lambda-Lambda interactions via the femtoscopy method - Bernhard Hohlweger (TUM)   (Hörsaal 3)
10:20 Precise experimental constraints of the strong interaction between a proton and a |S|=3 baryon using femtoscopy - Oton Vazquez Doce (TUM)   (Hörsaal 3)
11:00 --- Coffee Break ---
11:30 Study of KbarN and NOmega interactions from high-energy nuclear collisions - Dr. Yuki Kamiya (ITP Bejing)   (Hörsaal 3)
PM
14:00 Baryon-Baryon correlation from heavy-ion collisions and its implication to baryon-baryon interaction - Prof. Akira Ohnishi (Kyoto University, YITP)   (Hörsaal 3)
14:40 Beyond the scattering and hypernuclei experiments: A tale of CATS and the p-Λ correlation studies with ALICE - Dimitar Mihaylov (TUM)   (Hörsaal 3)
15:20 Hyperon-nucleon interaction: Recent developments - Prof. Johann Haidenbauer (JINP)   (Hörsaal 3)
16:00 --- Coffee Break ---
16:30 (Anti-)(Hyper-)Nuclei production at the LHC - Dr. Benjamin Doningus   (Hörsaal 3)
17:10 Dense baryonic matter and strangeness in neutron stars - Prof. Wolfram Weise (Technische Universität München)   (Hörsaal 3)
14:00 Probing the Kaon-Nucleon strong interaction via femtoscopy in pp and p-Pb collisions with ALICE - Dr. Ramona Lea (INFN-Ts)   (Hörsaal 3)
14:40 Kbar N and Omega N interactions in effective field theory - Prof. Tetsuo Hyodo (Tokyo MU)   (Hörsaal 3)
15:20 Two-baryon correlations with the Nijmegen ESC-model - Prof. Thomas A. Rijken (Nijmegen University)   (Hörsaal 3)
16:00 --- Coffee Break ---
16:30 First measurement of Φ-proton correlation in pp collisions in ALICE - Andreas Mathis (TUM)   (Hörsaal 3)
17:10 The first measurement of the p−Σ⁰ and baryon-antibaryon femtoscopic correlations in small systems in ALICE - Dr. Valentina Mantovani Sarti   (Hörsaal 3)
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