Welcome to the 23rd International Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physics (FB23), which will be held in Beijing, China, on September 22-27, 2024 (with Sept. 22 for registration), and is organized jointly by the Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Tsinghua University, and University of Chinese Academy of Sciences.
This is the 23rd edition in the conference series which began in 1959 in London and was most recently held in Caen (2018) and Chicago (2015). The FB23 was originally scheduled in 2021 which was postphoned due to the pandemic.
Following the conference tradition, the FB23 will cover a broad range of topics - in both theory and experiment - with the aim of bringing together diverse communities to generate and share brilliant ideas in few-body physics.
The subjects to be covered will include:
- Few-body aspects of atomic and molecular physics
- Hadrons and related high-energy physics
- Neutrinos and their interactions with matter
- Strange and exotic matter, including hypernuclear physics
- Few-nucleon systems, including QCD inspired approaches
- Few-body aspects of nuclear physics and nuclear astrophysics
- Interdisciplinary aspects of few-body physics and techniques
In addition to plenary and parallel sessions, a dedicated poster session will be organized. Keynote speakers will be encouraged to make their talks accessible to the entire community. All invited and contributed presentations, including posters, will be included in the conference proceedings.
As the conference is supported in part by the IUPAP, FB23 will be conducted in accordance with IUPAP principles. In particular, no bona fide scientists will be excluded from participation on the grounds of national origin, nationality, or political considerations unrelated to sciences.
The conference information and registration can be found via:
We look forward to seeing you in Beijing!
The LOC of FB23