17th International Conference on Particles and Nuclei
This conference was concerned with new developments in the fields of experimental and theoretical particle physics, nuclear physics, and cosmology, and the intersections of these fields which will help us understand our Universe more completely. The participants also reported on new developments in instrumentation, including large-scale facilities, such as accelerators, that will be essential for future work. Topics included are: quarks and gluons in hot/cold and dense matter; quantum chromodynamics; nucleon structure; hadrons, nuclei, hypernuclei - light quarks; heavy flavor physics and search for new particles; fundamental symmetries; fundamental interactions in atomic and neutron physics; neutrino physics; muon physics; theoretical topics; nuclear and particle astrophysics and cosmology; facilities and instrumentation.
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