Eighth Workshop


Non-Perturbative Quantum Chromodynamics

7-11 June 2004
l'Institut Astrophysique de Paris
14th arrondissement

B. Muller, Duke University; Chung-I Tan, Brown University
Y. Gabellini, Universite de Nice

Conference Coordinator,
Mary Ann Rotondo, Email: maryann@het.brown.edu


Proceedings Update*

Registration Form
List of Hotels
 Participant List
Manuscript Submissions
Directions to IAP

During the five-day period 7-11 June 2004, our Eighth Workshop on Non-Perturbative QCD, (and new and interesting advances in other related fields of physics), will be held under our evolving Directorship. Our new location will be the amphitheatre of the Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris (IAP), in the 14th arrondissement.

Our program will be divided into a set of ten, half-day sessions, each on a different topics, and each organized by specialists in that subject.

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.  Current planned Sessions will cover new and interesting topics in QCD/QFT, and are here listed, along with the names and coordinates of their organizers/chairs:

Directions to IAP:  IAP is located at 98 bis, Bd., Arago, Paris 14.  One gets there by taking Metro or RER to Denfert-Rochereau, a large Place at which perhaps five major avenues intersect.  One can orient oneself by noting that the huge statue of a lion at the center of Place-D-R has its left-rear haunch pointing in the direction of Bd.Arago; and the distance from the Place to IAP along Bd. Arago is about 250 meters.  The Amphitheatre is inside the main building and seats 120.   A resturant on the premises will provide lunch for all interested persons (betweeen 13h00 and 14h00), as well as morning and afternoon refreshments.

Tentative List of Sessions - Organizers and Chairs

Accomodations:  Hotel reservations should be made directly by participants. Hotels
IAP receives a special discount from the hotels listed, so when making your hotel reservation be sure to
insist on receiving the discount at the time of your reservation.

Here is a list of hotels for those wishing to stay in the 7th arrondissement Hotels

A  banquet for all participants and their guests will be held on Wednesday evening, 7:30 p.m., at le Toupary, on the Fifth floor of le grand magasin Samaritaine, located at the right-bank edge of le Pont Neuf. (The No. 69 autobus which runs along rue St. Dominique, with a stop very close to rue Malar, runs right by Samaritaine.)  When the Department store is open, take the elevator (rather than an escalator) to the fifth floor; and le Toupary entrance is right there.   The cost of the banquet is covered by each participant's Registration Fee, but the charge for each guest will be 50 Euro or US $60.


An advanced Registration will be held on Sunday, June 6th at 4:00 p.m. at the Hotel Daguerre, on 94, rue Daguerre. 75014
 Paris, a 10 minute walk from Place Denfert-Rochereau.

Registration Fees:  250 EURO at time of registration or  $275.00 if paid before April 15, 2004.  (Methods of payment:  cash, traveler's checks, and personal checks) .  Those drawn on a US bank should be made out to the Eighth Workshop on QCD; those drawn on a French bank should be made out to Chung-I Tan; 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 Workshop will be published by World Scientific as a special issue of  Int. J. of Modern Physics

Manuscript preparation:  For a standard 30-minute talk, the total length of each manuscript should be approximately 6 pages.  The trim size is
9x6 inches, which is slightly larger than the normal book size.

Manuscripts are to be submitted to Mary Ann Rotondo by September 15, 2004. Detailed instruction and style files can be obtained from the 
World Scientific Website by clicking on:

Update (8/23/05) :  The proceedings has been released today.  It is printed in the issue, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A., Vol. 20, No. 19
(30 July 2005).

Email and WWW will be our primary means of communication
E-mail:  maryann@het.brown.edu
Mailing Address :  Mary Ann Rotondo, Conference Coordinator, Dept. of Physics, Brown University, Box 1843, Providence , RI 02912, USA
                                Telephone:  (401)863-1473

Last Updated: June 1, 2004