international workshop
CHALLENGES IN QCD
June 20-23, 1999
Kfar Giladi, Israel


Sponsored by  The Israel Phoenix Assurance Co. LTD,   Tel Aviv University   and   The Israel Ministry of Science


SCIENTIFIC  PROGRAM

 

Saturday, June 19: Arrival to Kfar Giladi

20:00  RECEPTION AND DINNER
Sunday, June 20: PHYSICS OF SPONTANEOUSLY BROKEN CHIRAL SYMMETRY
           Chairman:  L.. Frankfurt

  9:00  Fun with the chiral perturbation field theory
             D. Kaplan (Washington)

  9:40  Experimental studies of spontaneously broken chiral symmetry
             M. Moinester (Tel Aviv)

10:20  COFFEE BREAK

            Chairman:  B. Ioffe

11:00  Lattice QCD: progress and challenges
             A. Hasenfratz (Colorado)

11:40  Theoretical status of light-cone wave functions of hadrons
             S.J.  Brodsky (SLAC)

12:20  Gribov's work on confinement in QCD
             A. Vainstein (Minessota)

13:00  LUNCH

19:00  DINNER

20:00  Panel discussion: Broken Chiral symmetry
                                                  B. Ioffe, R. Jaffe, K. Rajagopal

21:00  Panel discussion: Light-cone wave function
                                                  Y. Frishman, L. Lipatov, G. Miller

Monday, June 21:  HARD DIFFRACTIVE PHENOMENA
           Chairman:  B. Anderson

  9:00  Review of structure functions of nucleons and of nuclei
              -comparison between QCD predictions and data
              R. Devenish (Oxford)
 

  9:40  Hard diffractive processes and large rapidity gap physics at
            FNAL, HERA
            J. Dainton (DESY/Liverpool)

10:20  COFFEE BREAK

           Chairman:  Y. Frishman

11:00  QCD predictions for hard diffractive phenomena and color
             transparency
             M. Strikman (Penn State)

11:40  Established and unresolved problems of small x physics
             V. Fadin (Novosibirsk)

12:20  Coherent QCD phenomena
             A. Kovner (Oxford)

13:00  LUNCH

15:00  - Contributed papers and invited research reports:

         Chairman:  M. Diehl

15:00  S. Cotanch    "Many body QCD Hamiltonian approach to Glueballs
 (North Carolina)        and Hybrids"

15:25  E. Gardi           "Power corrections in the single dressed gluon
 (Ecole Polytechnique)   approximation"

15:50  M. Sargsian   "QCD rescattering and the nature of high-energy two-
 (Washington)             body Photodisintegration of the deuteron"

16:15  COFFEE BREAK

16:30 D. Blaschke    "The Deconfinement phase transition in simple, dynamical
 (Rostock)                    quark models"

17:00  B. Ioffe            "Properties of topological charge density correlator and
  (ITEP, Moscow)      the connection with the proton spin problem"

17:25  U. Trittmann  "QCD(1+1) with SU(N) currents"
 (Ohio State)

19:00  DINNER

20:00  Panel discussions: Hard diffractive processes
                                                    A. Vainshtein, L. Frankfurt, C. Royon

Tuesday, June 22: COLOR TRANSPARENCY AND SPIN PHYSICS
 
             Chairman:  M. Strikman

   9:00  Theoretical status of CT in moderate energy processes
              G. Miller (Washington)

   9:40  Experimental status of CT and of light-cone wave functions hadron as
             measured in hard diffractive processes
             A. Carroll (BNL)

10:20  COFFEE BREAK

            Chairman:  V. Fadin

11:00  Baryon spin structure functions: theory
             M. Karliner (Tel Aviv)

11:40  Baryon spin structure functions: completed experiments
             S. Kuhn (Old Dominion)

12:20  Nucleon Spin Structure: What can we measure?
             H.E. Jackson (Argonne National Lab.)

13:00  LUNCH

19:00  DINNER

20:00  Panel discussion: Color transparency
                                                  A. Mueller, M. Strikman, E. Piasetzky

21:00  Panel discussion: Baryon spin structure functions
                                                  R. Jaffe, J. Lichtenstadt, H. Lipkin
 

Wednesday, June 23: HUNT FOR NEW FORMS OF HADRON MATTER
 
             Chairman:  D. Ashery

   9:00  QCD physics of superdense hadron matter in HI collisions
              A.Mueller (Columbia)

   9:40  QCD predictions of new forms of hadronic matter
              K. Rajagopal (MIT)

10:20  COFFEE BREAK

11:00  Angular Momentum in QCD
             R. Jaffe (MIT)

11:40  Search for exotic hadrons: theory
             H.J. Lipkin (Weizmann/Tel Aviv)

12:20  Search for exotic hadrons: experiment
             D. Bugg (Rutherford)

13:00  LUNCH

18:00  Panel discussion: Search for exotic hadrons
                                                  A. Gal, S. Brodsky

19:30  WORKSHOP DINNER
             Speaker: Y. Alexander, District Archeologist for the Lower Galilee Israel Antiquities Authority
                                 "The Phoenicians and the Israelis: a cultural mix"