Charm physics has experienced a renaissance in the past several years. High statistics charm samples from the B factories, along with new precision measurements from CLEO-c, have led to the discovery of new states of charm and charmonium, and detailed determinations of decay properties of many particles. The current excitement is bound to grow as new experiments, for example BES-III and PANDA, come on line over the next several years.

This workshop will cover recent results in this field, including the impact on and from theory, as well as projections for results to be expected from upcoming facilities. In particular, sessions will address the following topics:

  • Leptonic and semileptonic charm decays
  • Advances in Lattice QCD
  • Excited states of charmonium
  • Radiative and hadronic decays of charm and charmonium
  • New limits on charm mixing and CP violation
  • Future facilities

We hope to provide some travel support for graduate students and postdocs. If interested contact charm07@lepp.cornell.edu.

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