6-8 April 2019
School of Physics, Peking University
Asia/Shanghai timezone

    One of the most fundamental goals of nuclear physics is to understand the strong force between nucleons and the structure of nuclei from QCD. The workshop is aimed to bridging the gap between the microscopic studies on nuclear forces based on QCD and the state-of-the-art ab initio models employed in nuclear structure and high-density matter studies. Recent advances on nucleon-nucleon forces from lattice QCD and chiral EFT, as well as the ab initio calculations for finite nuclei and neutron star matter will be covered. It will allow fruitful discussions on the cutting-edge research and future implementation of the microscopic nucleon-nucleon forces to the ab initio models for finite nuclei and neutron star matter. An important goal will be to strengthen the international collaboration on this and relevant subjects.

Starts 6 Apr 2019 08:00
Ends 8 Apr 2019 18:00
Asia/Shanghai
School of Physics, Peking University
W213
209 Chengfu Road, Haidian District Beijing, China
  • Prof. Hatsuda, Tetsuo
  • Prof. Meng, Jie

Program - The scientific sessions will take place in the School of Physics of Peking University, starting from Saturday, April 6 to Sunday, April 7.

Registration - The workshop is held as a private, invitation-only event.                         

Accommodation - The participants should make their own hotel reservation. We are also pleased to help to make the reservation at Zhongguan Xinyuan Global Village, PKU. Please make the reservation in advance, as the hotels are filling up quickly near the university.

Transportation - Recommended transportation options from Beijing airport or railway stations to the hotels near Peking University will be post on the Workshop Transportation webpage. Please remember to plan ahead.

Fees - There is no registration fee for the workshop.