22-27 September 2014
Vietri sul Mare
Europe/Berlin timezone

Non-conventional mesons at the PANDA experiment

25 Sep 2014, 09:15
Hotel meeting room (Vietri sul Mare)

Hotel meeting room

Vietri sul Mare


Dr Francesco Giacosa (Frankfurt Uni)


One of the main goals of the PANDA experiment is the search of non-conventional quark-antiquark states, such as glueballs, hybrids and tetraquark and/or also molecular states. The energy region between 2.5-5 GeV is especially interesting because it is expected to locate many non-conventional mesons and will be carefully investigated by the PANDA experiment. In the talk I review the present theoretical knowledge about the spectroscopy of these states and I will discuss how the PANDA experiment will influence our understanding of them.

Primary author

Dr Francesco Giacosa (Frankfurt Uni)

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