7th International Workshop on Pion-Nucleon Partial-Wave Analysis and the Interpretation of Baryon Resonances (PWA7)
Monday, 23 September 2013
8.25   Opening
8.30 Registration
Session Chair: B. Briscoe
9.30 V. Mokeev Resonance elettrocoupling in the two pion channel
10.00 I. Strakovsky New neutron electromagnetic couplings for non-strange baryons
10.30 Coffee break
11.00 R. Beck CB-ELSA contribution to the spectroscopy
11.30 V. Kashevarov CB@MAMI contribution to the spectroscopy
12.00 J. Müller Baryon Spectroscopy: Recent Results from Double Polarisation Data obtained with the CBELSA/TAPS Experiment
12.30 Lunch break
Session Chair: R. Beck
14.30 P. Cole Strange and vector meson photoproduction analysis highlights with polarized photons in Hall B of JLab (ISU analyses)
15.00 H. Schmieden  New results on K0 Sigma+ photoproduction
15.30 D. Weygand Meson Spectroscopy Through Partial Wave Analysis at CLAS
16.00 Coffee break
16.30 V. Vegna  New results on omega photo-production
17.00 V. Shklyar Partial wave analysis of pion- and photon-induced reactions: baryon spectra
Tuesday, 24 September 2013
Session Chair: M. Döring
9.00 A. Svarc Introducing Pietarinen expansion method into  single-channel pole extraction problem
9.30 H. Osmanovich Resonance parameters from pion photoproduction data using L+P method 
10.00 P. Masjuan A new theoretical tool for extracting resonance parameters
10.30 Coffee break
11.00 E. Klempt Energy independent reconstruction of π p -> Λ K0 and γ p -> p π0 amplitudes.
11.30 A. Sarantsev Combined analysis of new meson photoproduction data and data from pi N collision reactions. Determination of baryon properties and error analysis
12.30 Welcome in the City Hall and Lunch break
Session Chair: M. Manley
14.30 H. Haberzettl Recent photoproduction results obtained in a coupled-channel framework
15.00 L. Tiator MAID partial wave analysis using the Pietarinen expansion method
15.30 S. Ceci Extraction and interpretation of resonance properties
16.00 Coffee break
16.30 W. Briscoe An Overview of the GWDAC/SAID Program from the Experimental Point of View
17.00 A. Sarantsev (Chair) Discussion Session  
   Estimates of uncertainties ("errors") in the baryon  resonance analyses
Wednesday, 25 September 2013
Session Chair: I. Strakovsky
9.00 B. Golli Quark core and pion cloud effects in resonant meson electro-production
9.30 G. Ramalho Nucleon resonances in a covariant quark model
10.00 A. Ferretto Parodi Selected topics on beauty hadron production and decay with the ATLAS detector at LHC
10.30 Coffee break
11.00 D. Rönchen Baryon Resonances in a Dynamical Coupled-Channel Model
11.30 T. Sato Meson production amplitudes from the dynamical coupled channel model
Thursday, 26 September 2013
Session Chair: R. Gothe
9.00 D. Bugg The importance of data on pi-N inelastic scattering
9.30 R. De Vita Partial Wave Analysis of two pion final state at CLAS
10.00 M. Manley Constraining single-energy PWAs using energy-dependent PWAs
10.30 Coffee break
11.00 R. Edwards Resonance determination from Lattice QCD
11.30 M. Döring Data analysis from the finite volume
12.00 Lunch break
Session Chair: M. Maggiora
14.30 A. Szczepaniak Strategies in amplitude analysis
15.00 E. Santopinto The X(3872) as a ccbar state with a strong continuum component in the Unquenched quark model
15.30 F. Piccinini Overview of the theoretical interpretations of the X,Y,Z mesons
16.00 Coffee break
16.30 C. Patrignani Meson spectroscopy
17.00 M. Pennington and L. Tiator (Chairs) Discussion Session
  Particle Data Group
   M. Pennington,  Baryons@PDG: how we can serve the community
20.00 Conference dinner
Friday, 27 September 2013
Session Chair: E. Klempt
9.00 B. Kopf Partial Wave Analysis for pbar p and e+ e- reactions
9.30 R. Cardinale Spectroscopy at LHCb
10.00 M. Maggiora BESS results and spectroscopy
10.30 Coffee break
11.00 M. Battaglieri Meson spectroscopy at Jlab
11.30 R. Gothe Exclusive Electroexcitation of Baryon Resonances: Results and Outlook
End of the PWA7 Workshop
  Satellite meeting on HASPECT
  Organized by M. Battaglieri and E. Santopinto
14.30 A. Szczepaniak Analysis framework and amplitude parametrization
15.00 V. Mathieu Regge phenomenology
15.20 M. Battaglieri Data analysis using CLAS-g11
15.40 A. Celentano The the h-p channel in CLAS and CLAS12
16.00 Coffee break
16.20 S. Lombardo The 2K photoproduction in CLAS
16.40 J. Ferretti Meson decay in the quark model
17.00 S. Fegan Progress in AmpTools
17.20 L. Zana The MC generator for CLAS12
17.40 A. Szczepaniak The ATHOS white paper
17.50   Discussion and work plan for the next 6 months
18.15   End of the meeting