Topics of the Workshop

- Light cone field theory;
- Non perturbative methods in quantum field theory;
- Lattice field theory;
- AdS/CFT correspondence;
- Field theory at finite temperature and density and the physics of RHIC, ALICE (LHC) and FAIR (GSI);
- Relativistic models of nuclear structure, hadron structure

and their application to QCD; - Non-perturbative renormalization methods;
- Small x physics and saturation phenomena;
- Pion transfer form factor;
- Few-body problems on LC;
- Quark-hadron duality;
- Euclidean vs transverse lattice calculations.

The conference will include:

- Invited talks
- Selected contributed talks
- Poster presentations

Overview

Light Cone Dynamics is a general Hamiltonian framework well suited to describe relativistic bound state systems among them hadrons and nuclei – and their interactions, starting from first principles in Quantum Chromodynamics.

The various questions relevant to reach this ambitious goal are discussed in a series of regular workshops held each year under the supervision of the International Light Cone Advisory Committee. (ILCAC)

Last Updated May 18, 2010