By Ingo Sick (auth.), Prof. Dr. M. Teresa Peña, Prof. Dr. Alfred Stadler, Prof. Dr. Ana M. Eiró, Dr. Jiří Adam (eds.)
This quantity collects the invited and contributed papers presentedt on the paintings store Nuclear Dynamics: from quarks to NUCLEI, which was once hosted through Centro de Ffsica das Interacc;6es Fundamentais (CFIF) at Instituto more desirable Tecnico (1ST) in Lisbon, Portugal, from October thirty first to November 2d, 2002. The reaction to this initiative surpassed the preliminary expectancies of the organizers. members arrived to Lisbon, not just from international locations inside an in depth neighborhood to Portugal, but additionally from valuable and northern Europe, from Africa, from the U.S., from South and vital the US, and from Japan. This assembly used to be the twentieth in a sequence of faculties or workshops prepared each fall in Lisbon. alongside the years, the sequence of conferences has coated quite a lot of themes in Nuclear and Particle Physics. The 2002 assembly had distinctive positive factors: 1) Nuclear Physics at Intermediate Energies For the 1st time, the CFIF Fall assembly involved in nuclear procedures at inter mediate energies. In physics, an strength variety implies a range ofthe levels of freedom that are probed. Experiments and concept at intermediate energies bridge the attention-grabbing border among images ofreality: the nucleons, and their accompanying cloud of pions, which make up the nuclei forming lots of the topic round us, and the underlying quark-gluon constitution of the nucleons themselves. The interesting connection among the 2 descriptions is verified by way of experiments utilizing electrons, photons and mesons, or heavy-ion collisions.
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