School on Low-Energy Strangeness Physics
School on Low-Energy Strangeness Physics:
How theory can help interpreting results obtained at DAFNE Collider?
4 - 5 December 2016
Department of Physics, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran
General presentation of the DAFNE Collider
and hadron physics experiments
Data analyses of AMADEUS
Data selection procedure
Theoretical efforts in the strangeness physics
School place: 3rd floor-Seminar hall
To register please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please download school program here .
Catalina Curceanu (INFN-LNF)
Maryam Hassanvand (IUT, Local Coordinator)
Diana Sirghi, INFN-LNF, Italy
Raffaele Del Grande, INFN-LNF, Italy
Maryam Hassanvand, IUT, Iran
Jafar Esmaili, Shahrekord University, Iran
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