LOW X MEETING:
June 29 - July 2 - 2005
This meeting follows the similar ones held at DESY, then
Saclay (May 1994), Cambridge (July 1995), Durham (June 1996),
Madrid (June 1997), Berlin (June 1998), Tel Aviv
(June 1999) Oxford (July 2000), Cracow (June 2001), Antwerpen
(September 2002) and Nafplio (June 2003), Prague (September 2004).
The spirit of this series of meetings is to favour
fruitful and informal discussions between experimentalists and theorists.
Lots of time is used to be given to discussions on new results, hot
topics and exciting open problems in DIS at HERA and Tevatron.
The meeting is expected to start on the 29th in the
morning and to end on the 2nd by lunch time
and a visit of the region will be proposed in the afternoon,
or on Sunday. Note that, following suggestions of experimentalists and young
colleagues, we also propose to have an additional day dedicated to pedagogical
lectures on June 28 if the number of interested participants is enough.
- DIS at small x and structure functions of the proton, photon and
- The problem of saturation
- Low x physics at LHC
- Diffractive events and the problem of Pomeron
- Diffractive Higgs production at Tevatron/LHC
- Diffraction at HERA vs Tevatron
- Investigation of hadronic final states
- Vector meson production
- Prospects in photon-photon physics
- Other hot topics (open to suggestions).
The workshop will be located in
in the Romanian Carpathian mountains.
Sinaia is situated almost in the center of the country, on the Prahova Valley,
at about 120 km from Bucharest and 45 km from Brasov. The town
lies at the foot of the Bucegi Mountains at 800 m above sea level. Protected
against the coldest winds, Sinaia has a sparing climate, not very hot in
The registration fee is 175 Euros which will cover the coffee breaks,
the conference dinner and all lunches.
Fernando Barreiro (Madrid)
Jochen Bartels (Hamburg)
Andrzej Bialas (Cracow)
Irinel Caprini (Bucharest)
Jiri Chyla (Prague)
Robin Devenish (Oxford-ZEUS)
Edmond Iancu (Saclay)
Christos Ktorides (Athens)
Peter Landshoff (Cambridge)
Uri Maor (Tel Aviv)
Alan Martin (Durham)
Pierre Van Mechelen (Antwerpen-H1)
Al Mueller (New-York)
Robi Peschanski (Saclay)
Albert de Roeck (CERN)
Christophe Royon (Saclay-D0)
Sabin Stoica (Bucharest)
Eddi de Wolf (Antwerpen-H1)