The International Workshop on Few-Body Systems, FBS-Dubna-2016, will be held on July 4 - 7, 2016, at the Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, JINR, Dubna, Russia. The Workshop is dedicated to the memory of Vladimir Belyaev (22.06.1933-02.03.2015), a prominent theoretician who was one of the pioneers of few-body physics.
The program of Workshop will cover various topics in physics of few-body systems including scattering theory, Coulombic few-body problems, few-body resonances, Efimov effect, Borromean binding, etc. Few-body systems theory is dedicated to various quantum systems that might be considered consisting of several (say two, three, or four) elementary constituents. Depending on a particular situation and the energy range under consideration, the role of such constituents may be played by quarks, mesons, individual nucleons, nuclei or even by atoms and molecules. Smallness of the number of constituents in a system allows one to develop mathematically rigorous, exact and faithful approaches to its treatment, that do not require further simplifying physical assumptions or approximations. Due to their universality, the approaches based on the theory of few-body systems pave the way to successful solving various problems in nuclear physics, in physics of atoms and molecules, in quantum chemistry etc.
Preliminary program of the workshop includes the following topics:
Total number of the participants is expected to be 30 including graduate students and postdocs.