19-22 October 2011
Hotel Roanoke, Roanoke VA
US/Eastern timezone
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Hadron Spectroscopy at Jefferson Lab: Search for new States of Hadronic Matter

20 Oct 2011, 16:15
Crystal Ballroom A (Hotel Roanoke, Roanoke VA)

Crystal Ballroom A

Hotel Roanoke, Roanoke VA


Volker CREDÉ (Florida State University)


Hadrons are complex systems of confined quarks and gluons and exhibit the characteristic spectra of excited states. Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) is only poorly understood in this non-perturbative regime. It is one of the key issues in hadronic physics to identify the relevant degrees of freedom giving rise to the observed mass spectra and the effective forces between them. Current efforts of the CLAS Collaboration at Jefferson Lab focus on the search for new baryon resonances utilizing polarized beams and targets. A further particular interesting question in hadron spectrosocpy concerns the role of glue and how this is related to the confinement in QCD. I will briefly discuss the efforts of the GlueX Collaboration to search for new forms of hadronic matter beyond simple quark-antiquark systems.

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