XXVth International Baldin Seminar on High Energy Physics Problems
The Seminar continues the series of traditional meetings that was established by Alexander Mikhailovich Baldin.
Among conferences that he organized, of special importance is this series of the International Seminars on High-Energy Physics Problems, that started in 1969 with support of M.A. Markov (1908-1994).
The Seminar programme will consist of review talks and contributions that are planned to be given by the representatives of major experimental collaborations and theoreticians in the field of relativistic nuclear physics.
The main Seminar topics are:
– Quantum chromodynamics at large distances
– Relativistic heavy ion collisions
– Hadron spectroscopy, multiquarks
– Cumulative and subthreshold processes
– Structure functions of hadrons and nuclei
– Dynamics of multiparticle production
– Polarization phenomena, spin physics
– Nuclear astrophysics
– Studies of exotic nuclei in relativistic beams
– Applied use of relativistic beams
– Accelerator facilities: status and perspectives
– Project NICA/MPD/SPD at JINR
– Progress in experimental studies in high energy centers – JINR, CERN, BNL, JLAB, GSI, etc.