This is the fifth workshop in a series, started in Novosibirsk (1999) and continued at SLAC (2001), Pisa (2003) and Novosibirsk (2006).
The aim of the Workshop is to discuss in detail the state of the art of various problems in hadronic physics at low energy e+e- colliders and the potential of existing and future facilities.

    Topics include:
  • R measurements
  • Radiative corrections
  • Implications of R measurement for theory
  • Measurement and theoretical evaluation of g-2
  • Baryon Form Factors
  • Spectroscopy (Light and Heavy)
  • Flavor physics
  • Gamma-gamma physics
  • Tau-lepton physics
  • Machines and detectors