Organizers

Or Hen (MIT) // hen@mit.edu
Douglas Higinbotham (Jefferson Lab) // doug@jlab.org
Simon Sirca (U Ljubljana) // simon.sirca@fmf.uni-lj.si
Eric Voutier (IPNO) // voutier@ipno.in2p3.fr

Invited speakers

Nir Barnea (Hebrew U): Factorization and universality in nuclear physics
Werner Boeglin (FIU): Recent and future D(e,e'p) efforts
Tilen Brecelj (JSI): In-medium nucleon form-factor modifications (12C, Mainz)
Claudio Ciofi Degli Atti (INFN Perugia): Universality of short-range correlations in nuclei: momentum distributions and spectral functions within many-body approaches
Erez Cohen (Tel Aviv U): Neutrino-induced proton knockout studies using the MicroBooNE detector
Arnoldas Deltuva (Vilnius): Two- and three-cluster breakup reactions in three-body systems
Meytal Duer (Tel Aviv U): Recent results from SRC studies using (e,e'p) and (e,e'n) scattering off medium and heavy nuclei
Dipangkar Dutta (MSU): Studies of color transparency
Shalev Gilad (MIT): Studies using (e,e'p_recoil) in quasi elastic and DIS kinematics
Carlotta Giusti (Pavia): From (e,e'p) to neutrino-scattering
Jacek Golak (Krakow): Electroweak processes with two- and three-nucleon systems
Sebastian Kuhn (ODU): The BONUS measurement of the free neutron structure function
Jechiel Lichtenstadt (Tel Aviv U): Overview of Mainz in-medium modification FF measurements program
Harald Merkel (U Mainz): Overview of the MAGIX physics program
Miha Mihovilovic (JSI & U Mainz): Double-polarization asymmetries in the He3(e,e'p) and He3(e,e'd) processes
Peter Monaghan (CNU) [remote talk]: Spectral functions in the continuum and the breakdown of the PWIA
Vishvas Pandey (V Tech U): Report on the Ar(e,e'p) experiment at Jefferson Lab
Eli Piasetzky (Tel Aviv U): Recent results from SRC studies using the (e,e'pp) reaction of medium and heavy nuclei
Jan Ryckebusch (U Ghent): Ground state properties of Short-Range Correlations and their study using knockout reactions
Soeren Schlimme (U Mainz): Neutron form factor measurements at MAMI
Axel Schmidt (MIT): Tagging the EMC effect in d(e,e'N) reactions using the BAND and LAD detectors at JLab12
Steffen Strauch (USC): In-medium modification of nucleon form factors
Mark Strikman (Penn State U): Light-cone dynamics of nuclei in high energy scattering
Reynier Cruz Torres (MIT): Universality of Short-Range Correlations and the Contact Description of Nuclei
Michele Viviani (Pisa): Theoretical study of electrodisintegration of 3He and 4He

TIMETABLE

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Venue

Hotel Astoria, Prešernova 44, 4260 Bled, Slovenia: see Google Maps.
Bled is a beautiful resort town at the foothills of the Julian Alps, see HERE and for additional information.

The nearest airport (20 mi / 35 km from Bled) is Ljubljana (LJU), reachable with daily flights from hubs like Frankfurt, Munich, Zurich, Paris, Brussels, London and Vienna.

Important dates and facts

July 2nd is arrival date, July 6th is departure date. Talks will be on the 3rd, 4th, 5th (full days) and 6th (morning session only).

Early fee (until April 30, 2017): 350 EUR
Late fee (from May 1 until June 1, 2017): 450 EUR

The fee will cover the welcome reception on the 2nd, coffee-break snacks, lunches on the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th, the conference dinner on the 4th, as well as the proceedings.

Blocks of rooms for conference participants have been reserved with negotiated prices ranging from 89 EUR to 144 EUR per person per day, depending on hotel, room type and occupancy. You will be able to choose your preferred accommodation during the registration process. If you decide to book your accommodation yourself, simply skip the corresponding step in the registration form.

For help regarding the registration, please contact
Ms. Ksenija Blažič, Albatros Bled
e-mail: ksenija@albatros-bled.com
phone: +386 4 5780358

There will be proceedings.