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Light Cone 2018 is the latest in the series of conferences that, beginning in 1991, have played an important role in promoting research towards a rigorous description of hadrons and nuclei based on light cone quantization methods. A strong relation with experimental developments represents an important commitment of the light cone community, so it is timely that Light Cone 2018 will be held at Jefferson Lab. As with earlier conferences in the series, the aim of this meeting will be to create a scientific program that will stimulate developments in research at the forefront of nuclear, hadron and particle physics research.
In particular, Light Cone 2018 will focus on the following physics topics and methodologies:
meson and baryon spectroscopy
finite temperature and density QCD
few- and many-body physics
light-front field theories
lattice field theory
effective field theories
present and future facilities
Deadline for abstract submission: April, 25th 2018