IX International Workshop
Smallx Physics and Light Front Dynamics in QCD
July 6  15, 1998
SaintPetersburg Russia
Tue 7.07.98 Introductory Session 

9:30  10:10 
D.Ashery, Tel Aviv University, Israel New Results from FermiLab E791: Diffractive DiJet Production as a Measure of the Pion Wavefunction 
10:10  10:50 
C.R.Ji, North Carolina State Univ., USA LightCone Formulation of Exclusive Reactions and Decays in QCD 
10:50  11:20 
Coffee break 
11:20  12:00 
F.Antonuccio, Ohio State Univ., USA DLCQ and Supersymmetry at Finite and Large N 
12:00  12:40 
S.Pinsky, Ohio State Univ., USA DLCQ of Finite N Matrix Theory 
12:40  14:40 
Lunch break 
14:40  15:20 
S.J.Brodsky, SLAC, Stanford Univ., USA Phenomenology of QCD and LightCone Wavefunctions 
15:20  16:00 
P.Hoyer, NORDITA, Denmark Dynamics of Quarkonium Production 
16:00  16:20 
Coffee break 
16:20  17:00 
Y.Frishman, Weizmann Inst., Israel The String Tension in Massive QCD(2) 
17:00  17:40 
G.McCartor, SMU, Dallas, USA The Mass Operator in the LightCone Representation 
17:40  18:20 
A.Hashimoto, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA Evidence of deconfinement in 1+1 lightcone quantized gauge theory 
Wed 8.07.98 Integrable Models 

9:1510:00 
L.D.Faddeev, Steklov Mathematical Institute, Russia Lattice integrable models 
10:00  11:00 
L.N.Lipatov, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, Russia High energy QCD and integrable models 
11:00  11:20 
Coffee break 
11:20  12:00 
G.Korchemsky LPTHE, Univerite ParisSud, France Solution of the spinzero XXXmodel and QCD 
12:00  12:30 
J.Wosiek, Jagellonian University, Krakow, Poland Solution of the odderon problem 
12:30  13:00 
A.Manashov, St.Petersburg State University, Russia Integrability of treeparticle evolution equations in QCD 
13:00  15:00 
Lunch break 
Thu 9.07.98 Confinement in QCD 

9:00  9:50 
R.Perry, Ohio State University, USA Confinement in LightFront QCD 
9:50  10:40 
M.Strassler, Institute for Advanced Study, USA Putting QCD in Context: Exploring the Space of Supersymmetric Theories 
10:40  11:00 
Coffee break 
11:00  11:30 
S.Dalley, CERN, Switzerland Transverse lattice: theory 
11:30  12:00 
B.van de Sande, ErlangenNurnberg, Germany Transverse lattice: applications 
12:00  12:30 
M.Burkardt, New Mexico State University, USA Mesons on the transverse lattice 
12:30  14:00 
Lunch break 
14:00  14:50 
M.Schaden, New York University, USA Power Corrections in Critical Covariant Gauges 
14:50  15:20 
L.Baulieu, LPTHE, Paris 6, France Renormalization in Noncovariant Gauges 
15:20  15:50 
D.Zwanziger, New York University, USA Renormalization and Confinement Picture in the Coulomb gauge 
15:50  16:10 
Coffee break 
16:10  16:40 
T.Walhout, ECT*, Trento, Italy Dysons Similarity Transformation and Application to LFQCD 
16:40  17:10 
E.V.Prokhvatilov, St.Petersburg State Univ., Russia Lattice Gauge Theories with polynomial Action at the LightFront 
17:10  17:40 
H.J.Pirner, Heidelberg Univ., Germany Zeromode dynamics and confinement in QCD 
Fri 10.07.98 Smallx Physics. Part 1 

9:00  9:40 
A.Mueller, Columbia University, New York, USA Small x physics 
9:40  10:20 
C.Royon, Saclay, France Overview: DIS and Diffraction at HERA 
10:20  11:00 
M.Ciafaloni, Florence University, Italy Energy scale, coherence effects, and nexttoleading BFKL equation 
11.0011.20 
Coffee break 
11:20  12:00 
V.Fadin, Budker Institute for Nuclear Physics, Russia Corrections to the BFKL Kernel 
12:00  12:30 
J.Bartels, University of Hamburg, Germany Elements of the Conformal Effective Field Theory in 2+1 Dimensions 
12:30  14:30 
Lunch break 
14:30  15:00 
N.Nikolaev, Landay Institute for Theoretical Physics, Russia Diffractive DIS 
15:00  15:30 
E.Levin, PNPI, Russia and Tel Aviv Univ., Israel Shadowing Corrections in DIS  from the beginning till June 1998 
15:30  16:00 
Coffee Break 
16.0016.30 
G.Marchesini, Milano University, Italy Role of QCD coherence in small x DIS 
16:30  17:00 
J.Bluemlein, DESY, Germany The Evolution of Unpolarized Singlet Structure Functions at Small x 
Sat 11.07.98 

9:3013:00 
Smallx Physics. Part 2 
9:30  10:00 
A.White, Argonne National Laboratory, USA Solving QCD via MultiRegge Theory 
10:00  10:20 
E.Gotsman, Tel Aviv University, Israel The $F_{2}$ Slope and shadowing corrections in DIS 
10:20  10:40 
L.Szymanowski, Soltan Institute for Nuclear Studies, Poland On the BFKL equation in 2+1 dimensions 
10:40  11:00 
G.Pivovarov, INR, Moscow, Russia New Algebra of Local Symmetries for Regge Limit of YangMills Theories 
11:00  11:20 
Coffee break 
11:20  11:40 
M.Ryskin, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, Russia Smallx Double Log Structure of the Pomeron in Double Diffractive Higgs Production 
11:40  12:00 
S.Manayenkov, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, Russia Infrared contribution to the doublelogarithmic smallx asymptotics of structure functions 
12:00  12:20 
V.Kim, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, Russia BFKL dynamics as a sourse of jet production 
12:20  12:40 
A.Kotikov, JINR, Dubna, Russia Small $x$ behaviour of parton distributions with soft initial conditions 
12:40  13:00 
A. de Roeck, DESY, Germany and CERN, Switzerland A Study of the Polarized Structrue Function $g_1^p(x,Q^2)$ and the polarized gluon distribution $\DeltaG(x,Q^2)$ at HERA 
13:00  15:00 
Lunch break 
15:00  17:40 

15:00  15:20 
P.Grange, Montpellier II, France Some Aspects of Continuum Theory versus DLCQ 
15:20  15:40 
R.Soldati, University of Bologna, Italy Consistent perturbative formulation of lightfront QED 
15:40  16:20 
K.Itakura, Kyoto University, Japan Strange canonical structure in the Abelian Higgs models on the light front 
16:00  16:20 
U.Trittman, Weizmann Inst., Israel QCD(1+1) with SU(N) currents 
16:20  16:40 
Coffee break 
16:40  17:00 
A.Armoni, Tel Aviv Univ., Israel Screening in twodimensional SuperSymmetric YangMills 
17:00  17:20 
M.Taniguchi, Nagoya University, Japan Critical coupling and critical exponents by solving the zero mode constraint 
Mon 13.07.98 Power Corrections in QCD 

09:30  10:00 
Yu.Dokshitzer, PNPI, Russia and Univ. di Milano, Italy Theory and Phenomenology of Power Effects in Jet Shapes 
10:00  10:30 
G.Marchesini, Univ. di Milano, Italy Universality of power corrections, a twoloop analysis 
10:30  11:00 
G.Korchemsky, LPTHE, Univ. ParisSud, France Power corrections to the event shape distributions 
11:00  11:20 
Coffee Break 
11:20  11:50 
N. Uraltsev, Notre Dame U. & Minnesota U. & PNPI, Russia Heavy Flavor Decays, OPE and Duality in the 't Hooft Model 
11:50  12:20 
B.Ioffe, ITEP, Russia Nucleon spin content: Links to QCD topological susceptibility 
12:20  14:30 
Lunch break 
14:30  15:00 
G.Grunberg, Ecole Polytechnique, Paliseau, France On power corrections in the dispersive approach 
15:00  15:30 
N.Kivel, PNPI, Russia On exotic power corrections:Lessons from the sigma model 
15:30  16:00 
E.Gardi, Tel Aviv Univ., Israel Freezing of the QCD coupling and the dispersive approach 
16:00  16:20 
Coffee Break 
16:20  16:50 
L.Mankiewicz, Munchen Univ., Germany and Warsaw Univ., Poland Higher twist corrections in DIS, DVCS, and hard exclusive meson production 
16:50  17:20 
A.L.Kataev, INR, Moscow, Russia The NLO and NNLO analysis of xF_3 DIS data and highertwist contributions 
Tue 14.07.98 

09:30  10:20 
J.Hiller, University of Minnesota Duluth, USA PauliVillars regularization in 3+1 dimensional DLCQ 
10:20  11:10 
M.Karliner, TelAviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel Nucleon constituents  spin and related issues 
11:10  11:30 
Coffee break 
11:30  11:55 
M.Wieckowski, Warsaw University, Warsaw, Poland The Schroedinger equation for bound states in Yukawa theory 
11:55  12:20 
E.Gubankova, Univ. of Heidelberg, Germany Flow equations for QED in the light front dynamics 
12:20  13:10 
H.C.Pauli, MPI Kernphysik, Heidelberg, Germany On confinement in a lightcone hamiltonian approach 
13:10  14:30 
Lunch break 
14:30  14:50 
G.A.Miller, University of Washington, Seattle, USA The p+nucleus momentum carried by mesons 
14:50  15:10 
V.V. Anisovich, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, Russia Masses and wave functions of mesons and glueballs 
15:10  15:30 
D.S.Hwang, Sejong University, Seoul, Korea Exact LightCone Wavefunction Representation of Matrix Elements of Electroweak Currents 
15:30  16:00 
Coffee break 
16:00  16:20 
G.Leibbrandt, Univ. of Guelph, Ontario, Canada Explicit computation of the YangMills box diagram in the lightcone gauge 
16:20  16:40 
B.L.G. Bakker, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Fockstate expansions and restauration of rotational invariance 
16:40  17:00 
N.Schoonderwoerd, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands The bound state and covariance 