Budker Institute of
Nuclear Physics,
Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Science,
Novosibirsk, Russia
September 19-22, 2011

International Workshop on e+e- collisions from Phi to Psi

THIRD BULLETIN

Announcement

The International Workshop on e+e- collisions at low energies (From phi to psi 2011) will be held in the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia from September 19 to September 22, 2011. It is the 8th in a series of biennial Workshops that started at the University of Karlsruhe in 1996 in Karlsruhe, Germany. The previous Workshop was organized in 2009 by the Institute of High Energy Physics in Beijing, China.

Scientific Program

The aim of the Workshop is to review the status and progress in physics of low-energy e+e- collisions and related fileds. The main topics include:

  • Spectroscopy of light and heavy quarks
  • R measurements
  • Muon g-2
  • tau lepton physics
  • gamma gamma physics
  • Flavor (physics of K and D mesons)
  • Radiative corrections and ISR
  • Symmetries (lepton flavor violation, lepton universality)
  • Baryon Form factors
  • Machines and detectors

The program will consist of plenary and poster sessions.

Satellite Meeting

The Workshop will be followed by the Xth meeting of the Working Group on Radiative Corrections and Monte Carlo Generators for Low Energies, held on September 23-24. The aim of this Working Group is to bring together theorists and experimentalists in order to discuss the current status of radiative corrections and Monte Carlo generators at low energies. Further information on the working group and its previous meetings can be found at SIGHAD home page. Please do the additional registration, if you plan to attend the satellite meeting and send us the title of your talk and the time you need.

International Advisory Committee

Henryk Czyz Univ. of Katowice
Mikhail Danilov ITEP, Moscow
Achim Denig Univ. of Mainz
Bostjan Golob Univ. of Ljubljana
Christoph Hanhart Juelich, Forschungszentrum
Fred A. Harris Univ. of Hawaii
Hisaki Hayashii Univ. of Nara
Gino Isidori INFN-LNF, Frascati
Alexandr Korchin PTI, Kharkov
Andrzej Kupsc Univ. of Uppsala
Alberto Lusiani Scuola Normale Superiore and INFN Pisa
Stephen Lars Olsen Seoul National Univ.
Alexander Olshevsky JINR, Dubna
Massimo Passera Padova Univ. and INFN, Padova
Antonio Pich IFIC, Univ. of Valencia
B. Lee Roberts Boston Univ.
Yoshihide Sakai KEK, Tsukuba
Luca Trentadue Parma Univ. and INFN, Parma
Graziano Venanzoni INFN-LNF, Frascati
Chang-Zheng Yuan IHEP, Beijing
Alexander Zaitsev IHEP, Protvino

Local Organizing Committee

A. Bondar (Chair)
S. Eidelman
F. Ignatov
M. Kuzin
N. Logutenko
A. Prokopenko
A. Vinokurova

Workshop Venue and Transportation

The Workshop will take place in the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics in the Academytown (Akademgorodok) of Novosibirsk, Russia. Academytown is situated 30 km from the downtown of Novosibirsk and 40 kilometers from the International Novosibirsk airport Tolmachevo.

Novosibirsk is Russia's third-largest city, situated 3000 km to the East from Moscow in the very heart of Siberia and can be reached by regular flights from Moscow and St-Petersburg (the flight takes four hours). There are also direct flights from Frankfurt, Berlin and Beijing.

Transportation from/to Novosibirsk airport Tolmachevo/railway station will be provided by the Budker Institute. Provide us with your arrival/departure dates/time and flight numbers. Please note that a Workshop shuttle will meet and deliver all participants at/to Novosibirsk airport provided that they have informed us about their flight schedule. An Organizing Committee representatives will have the poster with a Workshop title "PHIPSI11". The Workshop shuttle will have this poster as well.

Please do not hesitate to contact us in case of any questions about your travel in Russia.

Registration Fee

The conference fee is 400 Euro payable at registration (cash only accepted, in Euro or its equivalent in rubles). It covers a welcome reception, a Workshop kit, coffee breaks, lunches, social program, the Workshop dinner, transportation to/from the airport and the proceedings.

Schedule

Please check the the Agenda of the Workshop and inform us about any omissions and mistakes. We'll appreciate your feedback about the title of your talk, affiliation etc.

Final agenda for PhiPsi11 Workshop (September 19-22, 2011)

Monday, September 19
8.50,9.05 Shuttle from the hotel "Zolotaja Dolina" to BINP
9.00-9.50 Registration (BINP main Entrance)
9.50-10.00 Welcome speech Prof. A.Skrinsky
10.00-11.30 Mesons of light quarks (chair A. Skrinsky)
20'A few lessons from QCD perturbative analysis at low energies D. Shirkov (JINR,Dubna) pdf
15'Electromagnetic form factor of pion in the field theory inspired approach A. Kozhevnikov (IM,Novosibirsk)pdf
15'Light scalars, analytical pipi scattering amplitude, the Roy equations, and chiral expansion A. Kiselev (IM,Novosibirsk) pdf
20'Three-Pion Decays of the tau Lepton, the a_1(1260) Properties, and the a_1-rho-pi Lagrangian P. Lichard (Opava) pdf
20'On relativization of the Sommerfeld-Gamow-Sakharov factor A. Arbuzov (JINR,Dubna) pdf
11.30-12.00 Coffee break
12.00-13.00 Mesons of light quarks (chair G. Venanzoni)
15'Threshold pion production in DIS D. Ivanov (IM,Novosibirsk) pdf
20'Scalar mesons in VES experiment Yu. Khokhlov (IHEP,Protvino) pdf pptx
25'Results and prospects on light meson spectroscopy with KLOE/KLOE-2 F. Nguyen (Roma) pdf
13.10 Group photo (BINP main Entrance)
13.10-14.30 Lunch
14.30-16.10 Mesons of light quarks (chair A. Kupsc)
20'Progress in light hadron spectroscopy at BESIII S. Fang (IHEP,Beijing) pdf
20'First results from CMD-3 at VEPP-2000 E.P. Solodov (BINP) ppt pdf
20'First results from SND at VEPP-2000 S.I. Serednyakov (BINP) ppt
20'Light meson Decay studies at Hadron Machines Ch. Redmer (Uppsala) pdf
20'Meson decays with Crystal Ball at MAMI M. Unverzagt (Mainz) pdf
16.10-16.40 Coffee break
16.40-18.00 Mesons of light and heavy quarks (chair E. Nardi)
20'The role of final-state interactions in Dalitz plot studies B. Kubis (Bonn) pdf
15'Radiative decays of charmed mesons in the Covariant Oscillator Quark Model T. Maeda (Nihon Univ.) pdf
15' t-quark as a resonance A. Kaloshin (Irkutsk) pdf
15'Charged charmonium-like states as rescattering effects in B -> D_sJ D^(*) P.Pakhlov (ITEP) ppt
15'eta(1475) and f_1(1420) resonances in J/psi to gamma(rhorho, gammarho^0, gammaphi) decays and gammagamma^* collisions G. Shestakov (IM,Novosibirsk) pdf
18.00-19.20 Excursion over BINP
19.30-22.00 Reception
Tuesday, September 20
09.00-10.40 Spectroscopy of heavy quarks (chair J. Zmeskal)
20'Recent results from KEDR C.Yu. Todyshev (BINP) pdf
20'Recent results on bottomonium from BelleA. Garmash (BINP) pdf
20'Study of the charmonium spectroscopy at BESIII A. Zhemchugov (JINR) pdf
20'Charmonium decays at BESIII P. Wang (IHEP,Beijing) ppt
20'New states with heavy quarks M. Karliner (Tel Aviv) pdf ppt
10.40-11.10 Coffee break
11.10-13.10 gamma gamma physics (chair V.I. Telnov)
20'KEDR tagger V.N. Zhilich (BINP) pdf
20'Two-photon physics at KLOE/KLOE-2 F. Nguyen (Roma) pdf
20'Transition form factors and two-photon physics from BaBar A.A. Botov (BINP) ppt
20'Recent results on two-photon physics at Belle S. Uehara (KEK) pdf
15'EKHARA - new gamma gamma generator S. Ivashyn (Kharkov) pdf
25'Study of Light Scalars in Photon-Photon collisions, the learned Lessons N. Achasov (IM,Novosibirsk) pdf
13.10-14.30 Lunch
14.30-16.00 gamma gamma and tau lepton physics (chair Z. Was)
15'Pseudoscalar meson transition form factors in nonperturbative QCD approach A. Dorokhov (JINR) pdf
15'Pion-photon transition form factor in light-cone sum rules and pi DA: Global data fit A. Bakulev (JINR) pdf
15'Issues for alpha_s from hadronic tau lepton decay and electroproduction data K. Maltman (York) pdf
15'Determination of alpha_s from tau's M. Jamin (Barcelona) pdf
15'Modelling hadronic currents for tau to 2pi nu and other decays of interest in TAUOLA P. Roig (Barcelona) pdf
16.00-16.30 Coffee break
16.30-18.30 Tau lepton physics (chair K. Maltman)
20'Search for CP violation in tau -> Kspinu decays at BaBar F. Anulli (Frascati) pdf
20'Recent LFV results on tau lepton from Belle K. Hayasaka (Nagoya) pdf
20'Search for CP violation in tau -> Kspinu decays at Belle H. Hayashii (Nara) pdf
20'Measurements of the Branching Fractions of tau->K-Ks pi0 nu and tau->pi-Ks pi0 nu at Belle Soo Ryu (Seoul) pdf
20'Tau physics at CMS V. Cherepanov (Aachen) pdf
20'New hadronic currents in TAUOLA: for confrontation with the experimental data Z. Was (Krakow) pdf
19.00 Concert
Wednesday, September 21
09.00-10.35 Baryon Form Factors (chair B. Khazin)
20'First results on the baryon form factors from SND V.B.Golubev (BINP) ppt
15'First results on the proton form factor from CMD3 E. Gromov (BINP) pdf
20'Measurements of time-like baryon form factors via ISR at BaBar F. Anulli (Frascati) pdf
20'Baryon Form Factors at threshold R. Baldini (Rome) pdf
20'Measurement of the two-photon exchange contribution in elastic ep-scattering at VEPP-3 A. Gramolin (BINP) pdf
10.35-11.05 Coffee break
11.05-13.05 Baryon Form Factors, Symmetries (chair B. Shwartz)
20'The Lamb shift in hydrogen and muonic hydrogen and the proton charge radius S.G. Karshenboim (Pulkovo) ppt
20'New limit on LFV searches from the MEG experiment E. Baracchini (KEK) pdf
20'COMET and PRISM - Search for Charged Lepton Flavor Violation with Muons Y. Kuno (Osaka) pdf
20'Precision measurement of the positive muon lifetime by the MuLan collaboration V. Tishchenko (Kentucky) pdf
20'Lepton flavor violation in minimal flavor violation extensions of the seesaw E. Nardi (Frascati) pdf
20'Search for LFV in e+e- interactions M. Achasov (BINP) ppt
13.05-14.30 Lunch
14.30-16.25 New projects (chair E. Levichev)
20'Mu2e I. Logashenko (BINP) pdf ppt
25'Round beam collisions at VEPP-2000 Yu.M. Shatunov (BINP) ppt
25'Super-c-tau in Novosibirsk A.V. Bogomyagkov (BINP) ppt
25'PANDA at FAIR - an overview J. Zmeskal (Vienna) ppt
20'Beam Energy Measurement System at BEPC-II J. Zhang (IHEP,Beijing) pdf
16.25-16.55 Coffee break
17.00-18.00 Poster Session
19.30-23.00 Conference Dinner
Thursday, September 22
9.00-10.35 Hadronic cross sections and g-2 (chair A. Dorokhov)
20'Open Charm physics at BESIII A. Zhemchugov (JINR) pdf
20'KLOE measurement of e+e- ->pi+pi(gamma) with Initial State Radiation and the pi+pi- contribution to the muon anomaly P. Lukin (BINP) pdf
20'Recent results on hadron production via ISR at BABAR A. Hafner (Mainz) pdf
20'Hadronic Vacuum Polarization Contribution to g-2 from the Lattice K. Jansen (DESY-Zeuthen) pdf
15'The light-by-light contribution to the (g-2) of muon from lightest pseudoscalar and scalar mesons within nonlocal chiral quark model A. Radzhabov (Irkutsk) pdf
10.35-11.05 Coffee break
11.05-13.05 g-2 (chair A. Bondar)
25'The new muon g-2 experiment at Fermilab G. Venanzoni (Frascati) ppt
25'Muon g-2/EDM at J-PARC N. Saito (KEK) pdf
25'g-2: Status of the Standard Model prediction T. Teubner (Liverpool) pdf
20'A VMD estimate of the muon g-2, a HLS based approach M. Benayoun (Paris) ppt
25'g-2 and New Physics D. Nomura (Tohoku) pdf
13.05-14.30 Lunch
14.30-16.10 Flavor (chair M. Jamin)
20'R_c measurement at B factories P.N. Pakhlov (ITEP) ppt
20'NNLO Massive Corrections to Bhabha Scattering and Theoretical Precision of BabaYaga@NLO G. Montagna (Pavia) pdf
20'Kaonic atoms study with SIDDHARTA M.A. Iliesku (Frascati) ppt
20'Kaon experiments at CERN: NA48 and NA62 E. Goudzovski (Birmingham) pdf
20'KLOE results in kaon physics and prospects with KLOE-2 E. Czerwinski (Frascati) pdf
16.10-16.40 Coffee break
16.40-17.20 Flavor (chair Yu.Tikhonov)
25'Rare Kaon Decays: a reminder J. Portoles (Valencia) pdf
15'Brief Summary S. Eidelman (BINP) ppt

Xth meeting of the Working Group on Radiative Corrections and Monte Carlo Generators for Energies (September 23-24)

Proceedings

The Workshop proceedings will be published in Nuclear Physics B (Proceedings Supplements). All talks from the plenary and poster sessions of the Workshop will be published.
Contributions should be prepared in accordance with the standards of the journal and submitted to the Organizing Committee before December 15, 2011. Due to a tight publisher's deadline, the publication of contributions received after that deadline cannot be guaranteed.

The following strict rules will apply to all papers in order to be accepted for publication in the Proceedings:

  • General
  • Papers must be written in good, legible English and comply with the standards imposed by the publisher. It is recommended that papers be checked by colleagues working in related fields, but not necessary on the same project.
  • Style
  • Papers must be submitted in Latex, 2-column format with figures included in eps-format or pdf-format. The Latex Style File and a sample file with the instructions for the correct preparation of the papers can be downloaded by courtesy of Elsevier, the publishers of Nuclear Physics, at the following links:
    Instructions
    Latex sample paper, style file, and readme
  • Page limits
  • The maximum number of pages per paper including figures and tables is fixed for the different categories of papers as follows:

    • 6 pages for 25 minutes oral talks
    • 5 pages for 20'
    • 4 pages for 15'
    • 3 pages for posters
    Please check that your contributions respect the above limits.
  • Submission of papers for publication
  • The LaTeX file and the pdf/eps figure file(s) together with the complete pdf/postscript file of the entire paper must be sent by e-mail to as attachments.

Technical support for presentation

In the Workshop hall and in a restricted area nearby, wireless service will be available.

Please take into account that the standard electric voltage in mains in Russia is 220V/50Hz. The European type (German) of power supply connectors is used. Namely, the distance between centers of plugs in a socket is 18 mm, plug diameter is 4 mm.

All ORAL presentations will be presented from the computer in the Conference Hall. The presentations in Microsoft Power Point 2003/2007 and Adobe Acrobat formats will be accepted only (pdf format is preferable). Connection of your own laptop to the projector is not supported, thus we recommend you to prepare your presentation in the format mentioned above and upload all files (presentation, movies, etc.) to the computer in the Conference Hall during the coffee break or lunch. Representatives of the Organizing Committee will help you to copy your files and test the presentation.

There will be enough stands to accommodate all posters simultaneously. What we suggest is putting up your poster on Monday and taking it off on Thursday. You will only need to be near your poster on the day mentioned in the Program.

Each poster is displayed on one board: the usable area on the poster board is 90cm (roughly 35") wide and 120cm (roughly 47") high. An ISO A0 sized (118.9cm x 84.1cm) poster will fit vertically the board, an ANSI E (44" x 34") as well.

Accomodation

Participants of the Workshop will be offered single (default option) or double rooms in the hotel of the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Science "Zolotaya dolina" ("Golden Valley") located close to the Budker Institute (15 minutes by foot)

Address - Iliicha Street, 10, Novosibirsk, Russia, RU-630090.
Phone - +73833303609.
Web page - http://gold-valley.ru/?lang=en

The Organizing Committee has already reserved rooms in the "Golden Valley" Hotel for all participants.

Here are the types and the corresponding prices in rubles and Euro (assuming that 1 Euro = 40 rubles). Please note that these are special prices in case the Institute is making a reservation.

Room type Price (rubles) Price (Euro)
Suite - I 5800 145
Suite - II 3600 90
2-bed comf. 2600 65
1-bed comf. 2400 60
2-bed 1100 30
1-bed 650 20

The check-in time is noon. In addition to the prices above, guests have to add to their final bill 25% of one day price for the reservation. VISA and Master Card are accepted in the hotel.

Breakfast is not included in the hotel price and can be ordered in the hotel restaurant. During check-in you may ask an administrator to include breakfast to your bill and you will receive special coupons for every day of your stay in the Hotel. The breakfast cost is 250 Rubles (about 6 Euro).

Currency

Please note that all service (including hotel, meals, etc.) in Russia can be paid in Russian rubles only. 24h-bancomats operating with the VISA/MasterCard cards allow cash withdrawals in Russian rubles. It would be convenient to use ATMs in the hotel "Zolotya Dolina", in the post office near the hotel and in the BINP. In banks of the Academytown there is also cash currency exchange from US dollars and Euros. Some Novosibirsk banks also have a Western Union service. Several banks are located at the post office in the nearest building to the hotel. The BINP nearest bank office is MDM bank (5-7 minute walk from BINP). Banks hours are from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Social Program

The social program for participants and accompanying persons includes a welcome reception on Monday, September 19, a concert on Tuesday, September 20 and a Workshop dinner on Wednesday, September 21.

Meals

Lunch is included in the conference fee and will be served in the cafeteria of the Budker Institute. Please inform us about food limitations/preferences if any. Other meals are not included in the fee, except for the welcome reception and the banquet. A list of restaurants will be provided.

Weather

In September weather is usually mild, with temperatures varying between 10°C and 15°C. However, drastic changes of temperature are sometimes possible and we recommend to have some warm clothes and umbrella.

Important Dates

April 1, 2011 Start of registration and abstract submission
July 17, 2011 Deadline for registration and abstract submission
August 22, 2011 2rd Bulletin: preliminary program, list of speakers and participants
September 12, 2011 3rd Bulletin with a final program
September 19, 2011 Beginning of the Workshop
September 23, 2011 Beginning of the Satellite meeting
December 15, 2011 Deadline for contributions to the Workshop Proceedings

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Contact information

If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate to send an e-mail to us.

   Workshop Chairman: Alex Bondar
Phone: +7-383-329-4734
E-mail:
 
   Scientific Secretary: Simon Eidelman
Phone: +7-383-329-4376 (office)
+7-383-333-0989 (home)
+7-913-938-5876 (cell.)
 
    Workshop Secretariat:
Phone: +7-383-329-4745
Fax: +7-383-330-7163
E-mail:
 
Mail: Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics,
11 Acad. Lavrentyev pr.,
Novosibirsk, 630090,
Russia