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IFIC Seminar: Dispersive analysis of $\pi\pi, \pi\eta,~\rm{ and}~K\bar{K}$ final state interactions and its application to BESIII data

by Dr. Igor Danilkin (JGU-Mainz)

1001-Primera-1-1-1 - Paterna. Seminario (Universe)

1001-Primera-1-1-1 - Paterna. Seminario



In my seminar, I will cover the dispersive analysis of final state interactions and its application to BESIII data. I will provide an in-depth look at the challenges associated with different production and decay mechanisms. Our collaboration with BESIII aims to extract pion generalized polarizabilities and meson transition form factors involving $\pi\pi, \pi\eta,~\rm{ and}~K\bar{K}$ systems, which are needed for (g-2)_mu. Additionally, we collaborate with BESIII in the study of exotic XYZ states, focusing on the charged charmonium-like Zc states and their production through hidden flavor decays. Using $\pi\pi,~\rm{ and}~K\bar{K}$ final state interaction and helicity formalism for the 3-body decays, we aim to accurately determine the resonance parameters of Zc states, including their spin and parity.

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