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EINN 2015 2015 : Electromagnetic Interactions with Nucleons and Nuclei


When Nov 1, 2015 - Nov 7, 2015
Where Paphos, Cyprus
Abstract Registration Due Sep 15, 2015
Submission Deadline Aug 30, 2015
Categories    nuclear physics   nucleons   nuclei   electromagnetic

Call For Papers

The EINN 2015 conference scientific program will review new results and developments in the following areas:

Conference Topics

Nucleon form factors and low-energy hadron structure
Partonic structure of nucleons and nuclei
Precision electroweak physics and new physics searches
Meson structure
Baryon and light-meson spectroscopy
Nuclear effects and few-body physics
Parallel Workshops

I. Spin structure of nucleons and nuclei from low to large en ergy scales
II. Spectroscopy – status and future prospects

Poster Session

We invite you to submit abstracts for talks at the workshops and for the poster session. Contributions not selected for talks will be given the option of a poster presentation. Please click here for more information.

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