The Photonuclear Reactions GRC is a forum for the presentation and discussion of the most recent and exciting results in a wide range of subatomic physics topics. Since 1959, the Photonuclear Reactions Gordon Research Conference has been a preeminent meeting for the discussion of new ideas and results, even at the preliminary stage, providing ample and unique opportunities for young scientists and leading researchers to interact in the most scientifically stimulating environment. Senior researchers and younger colleagues are housed on campus at the Holderness School, and can meet in an informal and stimulating atmosphere. Participation from students and junior researchers is particularly encouraged.
The conference is structured around invited morning and evening talks, and a late afternoon poster session. The afternoons are left on purpose free to promote discussions, exchange of new ideas, and connections among colleagues, while enjoying the many outdoor activities offered by the area.
We look forward to seeing you in Holderness!
The conference will consist of nine sessions, on the topics listed below. The conference chair is currently developing their preliminary program, which will include the names of the invited speakers and discussion leaders for each of these sessions. The preliminary program will be available by November 7, 2021. Please check back for updates.
- New Results in Precision Hadron Structure with Electromagnetic Probes
- Femtography of Hadrons
- Electrons for Neutrinos
- Hadrons in the Nuclear Medium
- Nuclear Precision Physics and Applications
- Hadron Spectroscopy
- From QCD to Gravitational Waves
- Nuclear Physics and Quantum Information Science
- Physics with an Electron Ion Collider