HGS-HIRe Lecture Week on Hadron Physics - Summer 2012 - Schloss Rauischholzhausen


July 15-20, 2012


Physics at PANDA


Experiment I-IV: Stefano Spataro (U Torino)

Theory I-II: Nora Brambilla (U München)

Theory III-IV: Craig McNeile (U Wuppertal)


Gerhard Burau (HGS-HIRe)


  Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
15.07. 16.07. 17.07. 18.07. 19.07. 20.07.
Individual Travel Lecture
Experiment I
Theory II
Experiment III
Theory III
Theory IV
10:30-11:00 Break Break Break Break Break
Theory I
Experiment II
Talk + Group Project Lecture
Experiment IV
Group Project
Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
Talks Social activity Talks Questions/Wrap-up and
Feedback Session
15:30-16:00 Break Break Individual Travel
Talks Talks
Checkin Group Project Group Project Group Project
Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner
Introduction Questions/Wrap-up Questions/Wrap-up Questions/Wrap-up Questions/Wrap-up

Participant Talks

Topics related to Experiment I-IV (description >here (pdf))

  1. Talk: Bertalan Feher; Partner: Andreas Pitka
    Open charm spectroscopy (Topic 1: >talk (pdf))

  2. Talk: Tobias Eißner; Partner: Dexu Lin
    Charmonium spectroscopy with anti-proton + proton collisions (Topic 2: >talk (pdf))

  3. Talk: Anja Habersetzer; Partner: Matthias Michel
    Exotic states in PANDA (Topic 3: >talk (pdf))

  4. Talk: Walaa Eshraim; Partner: Tommaso Quagli
    Tracking techniques for high energy physics experiments (Topic 4: >talk (pdf))

  5. Talk: Igor Danilkin; Partner: Christian Simon
    Particle Identification techniques for high energy physics experiments (Topic 5: >talk (pdf))

Topics related to Theory I-II (description >here (pdf))

  1. Talk: Markus Moritz; Partner: Hans-Friedrich Fuhrmann
    Widths and inclusive decays of quarkonium (Topic 1: >talk (pdf))

  2. Talk: Benno Kröck; Partner: Yonggoo Heo
    X,Y,Z states (Topic 2: >talk (svg))

  3. Talk: Victoria Zinyuk; Partner: Janus Weil
    Quarkonium production at hadronic collider (Topic 3: >talk (pdf))

Topics related to Theory III-IV (description >here (pdf))

  1. Talk: Johannes Weber; Partner: Daniel Bremer
    Heavy glueballs from lattice QCD (Topic 2: >talk (pdf))

  2. Talk: Achim Heinz; Partner: Martin Galuska
    Charmed exotic mesons (Topic 3: >talk (pdf))

  3. Talk: Stefan Friedrich; Partner: Martin Kalinowski
    The mass of H-dibaryon from lattice QCD (Topic 4: >talk (pdf))

Practical Information


Checkin at the venue is on Sunday, July 15, in the late afternoon starting at 17:00.
The lecture week starts with an introduction session on Sunday evening at 19:30.
The scientific part of the lecture week will close on Friday afternoon around 16:00.

Late arrivals

If you will arrive late please contact the coordinator in advance so key pick up can be arranged.


The lecture week will be at Schloss Rauischholzhausen >, Ferdinand-von-Stumm-Strasse, D-35085 Ebsdorfergrund-Rauischholzhausen.
Rauischholzhausen is located east of Marburg. Directions can be found here >.


Travel is organized individually. You can reach the venue by public transport (see http://www.bahn.de for possible train+bus connections), otherwise please try to travel by car pool. Transportation costs will be reimbursed after the trip.

If somebody can offer a lift (ride sharing), he/she should send an e-mail to info@hgs-hire.de so that we can forward the information to the other participants of the lecture week. Offers, we received so far, are the following:

  1. four seats from train station Lollar (please contact Stefan Friedrich)
  2. three seats from Giessen to Rauischholzhausen (please contact Martin Galuska)
  3. two seats from Bonn or Giessen to Rauischholzhausen (please contact Tommaso Quagli)
If somebody is interested in one of the offers, please contact the people directly.


Accomodation is mostly in twin bed rooms.


Special food requirements (vegetarian, other) should be communicated to the coordinator in advance.
Full board is included in the lecture week.

What to bring

Clothing: The lecture week will be very informal, so only casual attire is necessary.
Linen/towel/others: All rooms have linen and towels, no need to bring them. Please bring your soap and hair dryer (if needed).


Wireless internet access is available. Please bring your own laptop.


Each participant will contribute in a presentation. Subjects have been given in due time before the lecture week (see above). The topics have been arranged by the lecturers. So the presentation will not be on your own scientific work but will be connected to the topic of the lecture week. A laptop and projector will be available. In addition a regular blackboard and a flip chart can be used. Presentation time is max. 30 minutes including discussion.


All basic expenses are covered by HGS-HIRe. You only have to pay for local expenses (drinks, etc.). All meals are included.


Though this trip will not generate any costs for your supervisor or group please do not forget to file a trip request so you are covered by insurance during the lecture week. Please ask the secretary of your official supervisor at the university for the appropriate form.


  1. Igor Danilkin
  2. Lin Dexu
  3. Walaa Eshraim
  4. Tobias Eißner
  5. Bertalan Feher
  6. Stefan Friedrich
  7. Hans-Friedrich Fuhrmann
  8. Martin Galuska
  9. Anja Habersetzer
  10. Achim Heinz
  11. Yonggoo Heo
  12. Martin Kalinowski
  13. Benno Kröck
  14. Markus Moritz
  15. Andreas Pitka
  16. Tommaso Quagli
  17. Christian Simon
  18. Johannes Weber
  19. Victoria Zinyuk
  20. Nora Brambilla
  21. Craig McNeile
  22. Stefano Spataro
  23. Gerhard Burau
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