Los Alamos Nat. Lab, August 5-9, 2002
Omega Bridge connecting the Lab with the town of Los Alamos
Omega Bridge
Program, including links to posted talks

3 April 2002: Second circular. Refer to the circular for full details on accomodations, registration etc.

17 December 2001: First Circular

St.Francis Cathedral in Santa Fe, during Indian Market
St.Francis Cathedral
This workshop is one of an annual series organized under the auspices of the International Light-Cone Advisory Committee. It is co-sponsored by New Mexico State University and the Physics and Theoretical divisions at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

In view of the extraordinary wealth of very accurate measurements of dynamic properties of hadrons and nuclei presently being gathered in many laboratories in the US, Europe and Japan, this meeting will focus on the presentation and discussion of recent theoretical research in perturbative and nonperturbative QCD in these areas.
Nearby Bandelier National Monoment
Co-Chairmen: Matthias Burkardt (NMSU,,
  Leonard Kisslinger (CMU,,
  Mikkel Johnson (LANL,,
  Stephen Pate (NMSU,
Local Committee: Joerg Raufeisen (LANL, and
  Terry Goldman.(LANL,
Advisory Committee: S. Brodsky (SLAC), C.-R. Ji, (NCSU), G. McCartor (SMU), G. Miller(UW), and J.-C. Peng (LANL)

Loretto Chapel in Santa Fe
Loretto Chapel
Advisory Committee:
Lightcone Advisory Committee
Getting to Los Alamos
General information for visitors.
Maps of TA-53 location in lab, TA-53 and TA-3 (badge office in red).

Sponsored by the Physics and Theoretical divisions at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Last update 5 August 2002 - HvH