The detailed program of lectures is centered around the following main lecturers:
- Christian Weiss (JLab) on strong interaction physics with an Electron Ion Collider (pdf: 1)
- Brian Tiburzi (CCNY & BNL) on effective field theories (pdf: 1 2 3 4)
- Josh Erlich (William & Mary) on dualities and QCD (pdf: 1 2)
- Witek Nazarewicz (University of Tennessee & ORNL) on nuclear structure (pdf: 1 2 3 4, pptx: 1 2 3 4)
- Andrea Shindler (Forschungszentrum Jülich) on lattice QCD
- Kate Scholberg (Duke University) on neutrinos (pdf: 1 2 3 4)
- Krishna Kumar (University of Massachusetts) on fundamental symmetries
- Krishna Rajagopal (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) on QCD in extreme conditions (pdf: 1)
- Tim Chupp (University of Michigan) on neutrons
There will be several seminars about specific topics of interest to nuclear physicists: Cynthia Keppel (JLab) on medical application of nuclear physics, Mark Dalton (JLab) on meson spectroscopy with GlueX (pdf: 1).
Finally, a scientific excursion to nearby Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility is included in the program as well.