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QWG2016

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June 6 - 10, 2016
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Richland, WA, USA



Introduction


The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is pleased to host the 11th edition of the International Workshop on Heavy Quarkonium from June 6-10, 2016. This workshop is the premier opportunity for experimentalists and theorists to gather to discuss topics related to quarkonium physics. The past 15 years has seen a major renaissance in this field, with the discovery and further understanding of many conventional quarkonium and new multi-quark states. This workshop will feature the latest results from Run II at the LHC and ongoing/past e+e- collider experiments, planning for the next generation of experiments including Belle-II, PANDA, and others, and the most up-to-date theoretical developments.

Established in 1965 and located in Richland, WA, USA, PNNL is a US Department of Energy national laboratory that focuses on fundamental science, energy, environment, and national security.

QWG Convenors


  • Geoff Bodwin, ANL, USA
  • Nora Brambilla, TU Munich, Germany
  • Roberto Mussa, INFN Torino, Italy
  • Vaia Papadimitriou, FNAL, USA
  • Antonio Vairo, TU Munich, Germany

Subgroup Conveners [Theory / Experiment]


  • Spectroscopy [G.S. Bali, N. Brambilla, J. Soto / R. Mizuk, R. Mitchell, R. Mussa]
  • Decays [E. Eichten, A. Vairo / C. Patrignani, C.Z. Yuan]
  • Production [G. Bodwin, E. Braaten, J. Qiu / V. Kartvelishvili, V. Papadimitriou]
  • Standard Model Measurements [A. Kronfeld, A. Pineda / S. Eidelman]
  • Quarkonium in Media [P. Petreczky, R. Vogt / A.D. Frawley, E. Scomparin]
  • Beyond the Standard Model [A. Petrov, M.-A. Sanchis-Lozano / R. Briere]

Local Organizing Committee


  • David Asner, PNNL, USA
  • Melissa Bang, PNNL, USA
  • Alyssa Cummings, PNNL, USA
  • Jim Fast, PNNL, USA
  • Bryan Fulsom, PNNL, USA