14th European Research Conference
on Electromagnetic Interactions with Nucleons and Nuclei
31 October – 06 November 2021
Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, EINN 2021 will be held online. The Organizers would like to thank you for your commitment and support and reassure that they are dedicated in offering the best possible online experience to attendees.
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The conference on “Electromagnetic Interactions with Nucleons and Nuclei (EINN)” had been organised on Santorini and Milos Islands in Greece every other year since 1995. In 2011 its location was successfully moved to Paphos, Cyprus. The conference series covers experimental and theoretical topics in the areas of nuclear and hadronic physics. It also serves as a forum for contacts and discussions of current and future developments in our field. The conference has unofficially been a counterpart of the US Gordon conference on photo nuclear physics and held in alternate years with traditionally a strong US participation. No proceedings will be produced, in the tradition of Gordon and Euro Conferences, in order to encourage the frank exchange of even tentative information. The pre-conference is organised by young physicists and focuses on skill and career development as well as research. Further, a series of pedagogical lectures will take place on the day before the conference.
Pre-conference: 31 October – 01 November 2021
- Frontiers and Careers in Photonuclear Physics – skill development and talks for students (click to view the pre-conference event website)
- Introductory talks
Main conference: 02 – 06 November 2021
- Nucleon form factors and low-energy hadron structure
- Meson structure
- Partonic structure of nucleons and nuclei
- Baryon and light-meson spectroscopy
- Precision electroweak physics and new physics searches
- Nuclear effects and few-body physics
02 November, 2021