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Topical Group on Hadronic Physics
The mission of the APS Topical Group on Hadronic Physics (GHP) is the advancement and diffusion of knowledge related to QCD and hadronic physics. This includes enhancing communication between the Divisions of Particle and Nuclear Physics with physicists interested in the interactions and structure of strongly interacting particles in vacua and at high temperatures and densities. We also seek to enhance communication within the diverse hadronic physics community. The topical group should interest physicists working on spectroscopy, lattice gauge theory, structure physics, heavy ion physics, jet physics, and QCD at finite temperature and density.
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