Directors: H. M. Fried, Brown U; B. Muller, Duke U; Chung-I Tan, Brown U

During the four day period 11-14 June 2018, our Fiftheenth Workshop on Non-Perturbative QCD, (and new and interesting advances in other related fields of Physics), will again be held at the Institut d'Astophysique de Paris (IAP), in the 14th arrondissement.
As before, we plan to offer eight chaired Sessions, with Chairs as listed below, giving participants ample time to present short (< 30 minutes) sketches of their recent research work.

As always, last-minute, detailed Programs for each day will be made available at the Workshop, and - as accurately as possible - will appear on our Website one week before the Workshop.  Current planned Sessions will cover a variety of new and interesting topics, and are here listed, along with the names of their organizers/chairs.  If you would like to present a talk, please communicate with the Chair of the relevant Session and submit a title and abstract to the Chair with a copy to Ms. Rotondo.  If you are unsure which session would be best for you, please contact Chung-I Tan.

Lattice QCD and Confinement.

K. Orginos (Williams & Mary)  [email protected]

S. Zafeiropoulos (Heidelberg)  [email protected]

Holography and Gauge Theorie

K. Hashimoto (Osaka U) [email protected] 

CFT, Bootstrap, Strong Dynamics, Conformal Window,

and Lattice Field Theories on Riemann Manifold

R. Brower (Boston U)  [email protected]



Large N and Emergent Phenomena; Applications to CMT

A. Jevicki (Brown U) [email protected]

S. Das (U. of Kentucky) [email protected]

Progress in YM Theories, Integrability, H.E. Scattering in QCD


I. Balitsky (Old Dominion U) [email protected]

C-I Tan (Brown U) [email protected]

Non-Perturbative Physics from RHIC to LHC

T. Raben  (U. of Kansas)  [email protected] 

C-I Tan (Brown U) [email protected]

From LHC to Cosmic Ray/Astro

I. Sarcevic (U Arizona) [email protected]

M. H. Hall Ewno (U. of Iowa)  [email protected]

J. Martin (IAP) [email protected]

Analytic, Non-Perturbatibve QFT

H. M. Fried (Brown U)  [email protected]