INT-01-20 Workshop on
Theories of Nuclear Forces and Few-Nucleon Systems
June 11 - 16, 2001

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

** All talks will be held in Room C520, Physics/Astronomy Building **


Monday, June 11:

 8:50    Welcome
 9:00    Jim L. Friar (LANL): "The Endgame in Traditional Few-Nucleon Physics"
 9:40    Discussion 
10:00    Ruprecht Machleidt (Univ. of Idaho): "Developing an accurate NN potential
           based upon chiral perturbation theory"
10:40    Discussion 
11:00    Coffee Break 
11:30    Daniel Phillips (Ohio University): "Higher-order chiral perturbation theory 
           calculations of electromagnetic reactions on deuterium"
12:10    Discussion
12:30    Lunch
 2:30    Stephen J. Wallace (Univ. of Maryland): "Equal-time relativistic formalism:  
           bound states, currents and boosts" 
 3:10    Discussion
 3:30    Coffee Break
 4:00    Vijay R. Pandharipande (Univ. of Illinois): "Standard Model of Nuclear 
           Physics: Concept and Prospects"
 4:40    Discussion


Tuesday, June 12:

 9:00    Silas R. Beane (Univ. of Washington): "Perturbative theories of nuclear 
           forces"
 9:40    Discussion 
10:00    Robert B. Wiringa (Argonne National Lab): "Evolution of nuclear spectra from 
           bare two- and three-nucleon forces"
10:40    Discussion 
11:00    Coffee Break 
11:30    Harald W. Grie▀hammer (Tech. Univ. Munich): "Nucleon Properties by Probing 
           the Deuteron at Low Energies"
12:10    Discussion
12:30    Lunch
 2:30    Bruce Barrett (Univ. of Arizona): "The No-Core Shell-Model Approach and Its 
           Application to Few-Nucleon Systems"
 3:10    Discussion
 3:30    Coffee Break
 4:00    Nasser Kalantar (KVI): "Few-Body Physics Activities at KVI"
 4:40    Discussion


Wednesday, June 13:

 9:00    Hans-Werner Hammer (Ohio State Univ.): "Three-body nuclear physics in EFT"
 9:40    Discussion 
10:00    John A. Tjon (Univ. of Utrecht): "The NN interaction and pp bremsstrahlung"
10:40    Discussion 
11:00    Coffee Break 
11:30    Rocco Schiavilla (Old Dominion Univ.): "Nuclear Standard Model versus EFT: a 
           Case Study in Weak Transitions"
12:10    Discussion
12:30    Lunch
 2:30    Antonio C. Fonseca (IFM): "Four-nucleon scattering: a sensitive theoretical 
          laboratory to study the NN force"
 3:10    Discussion
 3:30    Coffee Break
 4:00    Werner Tornow (TUNL): "Unsolved Problems in 2N and 3N Physics from an 
           Experimentalist's Point of View"
 4:40    Discussion
 

Thursday, June 14:

 9:00    Ulf-G. Mei▀ner (IKP, Juelich): "Few-nucleon systems: New results from chiral 
           effective field theory"
 9:40    Discussion 
10:00    Franz Gross (College of William & Mary): "Covariant Effective Field  
           Theories"
10:40    Discussion 
11:00    Coffee Break 
11:30    Jiunn-Wei Chen (Univ. of Maryland): "Calibrating SNO and the Sun"
12:10    Discussion
12:30    Lunch
 2:30    Joseph A. Carlson (LANL): "Challenges in Few- to Many-Nucleon Physics"
 3:10    Discussion
 3:30    Coffee Break
 4:00    James Sowinski (IUCF): "Few-Nucleon Physics at IUCF: Past, Present and Not 
           Too Much Future"
 4:40    Discussion


Friday, June 15:

 9:00    Thomas D. Cohen (Univ. of Maryland): "Systematic Expansions of QCD and             
           Nuclear Physics" 
 9:40    Discussion 
10:00    Martin Savage (Univ. of Washington): "m_q Dependence"
10:40    Discussion 
11:00    Coffee Break 
11:30    Teresa Pena (IST): "Meson production and models for three-nucleon forces"
12:10    Discussion
12:30    Lunch
 2:30    Thomas Luu (Univ. of Washington): "The Shell Model as an Effective Theory"
 3:10    Discussion
 3:30    Coffee Break
 4:00    Johan J. de Swart (Univ. of Nijmegen): TBA
 4:40    Discussion

 6:00    Dinner at Ivar's


Saturday, June 16:

 9:00    Ubirajara van Kolck (University of Arizona): "Three-Nucleon Forces"
 9:40    Discussion 
10:00    Gerald Miller (Univ. of Washington): "Light-Front Treatment of the NN 
           System"
10:40    Discussion 
11:00    Break 
11:30    Richard J. Furnstahl (Ohio State Univ.): "Workshop Summary"

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