Sixth Workshop


Non-Perturbative Quantum Chromodynamics

5-9 June 2001
American University of Paris
6, rue du Colonel Combes, 75007 Paris, France

H. M. Fried, Brown University; Y. Gabellini,Universite de Nice;
B. Muller, Duke University

Conference Coordinator, Mary Ann Rotondo, Email:

  Registration Form

    List of Hotels

   Participant List



     Manuscript Submissions

During the five-day period 5-9 June 2001, our Sixth Workshop on Non-Perturbative QCD will be held at the American University of Paris, in their newly-refurbished building located at 6, rue du Colonel Combes (one block south of the Seine's Quai d'Orsay, bounded between rue Malar and rue Jean Nicot).

The long, Pentecost weekend ending Monday, 4 June, translates into extreme difficulty if one tries to arrange Hotel reservations beginning 3 June; and therefore our Workshop will officially begin on Tuesday morning, 5 June, and run through Saturday afternoon, 9 June.  We urge participants to arrive at their hotels on or before Monday afternoon, 4 June; and to come over to the Hotel de la Tulipe (33 rue Malar) on that Monday afternoon for Preregistration and Refreshments, beginning at 3:00 p.m.  The regular Registration will be held upstairs at 6, rue Col. Combes, starting at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday morning, 5 June; and our first Session will begin at 9:00a.m.

As always, last-minute, detailed Programs for each day will be made available at the Workshop, and - as accurately as possible - will appear on our Website one week before the Workshop.  The ten, planned, half-day Sessions will cover new and interesting topics in QCD/QFT, and are here listed, along with the names and coordinates of their organizers/chairs:

 List of Sessions - Organizers and Chairs

Accomodations:  Hotel reservations should be made directly by participants.  Here is a list of suggested hotels

A  banquet for all participants and their guests will be held on Wednesday evening, 7:00 p.m., at l'Aero Club de France, 6 rue Galilee (Metro:  Kleber). [l'Aero Club is a gentle, 20-minute walk from AUP.]  The cost of the banquet is covered by each participant's Registration Fee, but the charge for each guest will be FF300 or US$40/per person.


An advanced Registration will be held on Monday, 4 June 2001 from 3-6:00 p.m., Hotel de la Tulipe, 33 rue Malar - 75007 Paris
Metro:  La Tour-Maubourg, Invalides

Registration Fees:  US$175 or FF1300; at Workshop:  US$200 or FF1500.  (Methods of payment:  cash, traveler's checks, personal checks, bank
drafts (drawn on a US or a French Bank).  Those drawn on a US bank should be made out to the Sixth Workshop on QCD; those drawn on a French bank should be made out to H. M. Fried;  credit cards can not be accommodated.  All payments should be sent, or given to, Mary Ann Rotondo.

An electronic Registration Form can be accessed from this website.

Conference Proceedings:  Proceedings of the Conference will be published by World Scientific.  Participants will receive a copy of the Proceedings, with cost included in the Registration fee.  Manuscript preparation:  Total length of manuscripts may be computed from the following Rule-of-thumb:  5 minutes of workshop presentation time = 1 manuscript page; trim size  8.50 x 6.0.  Manuscripts are to be submitted to Mary Ann Rotondo by September 15, 2001. Detailed instruction and style files can be obtained from the  World Scientific Website by clicking on:

 Proceedings prepartion and style files

Email and WWW will be our primary means of communication

Mailing Address:  Mary Ann Rotondo, Conference Coordinator, Dept. of Physics, Brown University, Box 1843, Providence , RI 02912, USA
                                Telephone:  (401)863-1473
Last Updated:  28, March 2001