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ASTRA: Advances and open problems in low-energy nuclear and hadronic STRAngeness physics
The “ASTRA: Advances and open problems in low-energy nuclear and hadronic STRAngeness physics” workshop will focus on the most recent achievements and open problems in nuclear and hadron physics with strangeness, both in theory and experiment, investigating also the implications in and from astrophysics and cosmology. Future perspectives and possible solutions to puzzles as the hypertriton lifetime, the hyperon puzzle in neutron stars or the still-unknown structure of the Lambda(1405) will be thoroughly discussed, together with the possible relation between strangeness in binaries of neutron stars and their emission of gravitational waves. It is the right time for the various communities working in this field to come together, discuss their findings and plan future activities towards an even deeper understanding of the role of strangeness in the Universe.
|Catalina Curceanu||LNF – INFN Frascati|
|Emiko Hiyama||RIKEN Nishina Center|
|Josef Pochodzalla||University of Mainz|
|Isaac Vidana||Univ. Coimbra|