The exotic hadron spectroscopy network aims to bring together particle and nuclear physicists interested in understanding the hadronic spectrum using the newly discovered tetraquark, pentaquark and hexaquark states. The centre will provide a forum for discussion between experimentalists and theorists on interpreting these new exotic hadrons, providing insight that will drive future experimental searches and theoretical developments to describe the dynamics of multiquark systems. We organise a series of joint seminars and workshops to facilitate cross-fertilisation of ideas between the particle and nuclear physics communities.
Find out about the experimental facilities that we are using to study the exotic hadron spectrum.
Find out about what we know about exotic hadrons, what they are made of and how they are bound together.
Links to future and past workshops organised by the network.
The network organises a series of seminars throughout the year. Please get in contact if you are interested in talking to us.