Dissertation at the Institute of Nuclear Physics on Exotic Mesons and Dispersive Formalism

20 July 2022

We congratulate Dr. Daniel Alberto Stanischesk Molnar on completing his dissertation titled

"The Role of Exotic Mesons and Final State Interactions in e+e− Collisions"

In recent years, a plethora of new resonances has been discovered in the charmonium region, which cannot be interpreted in a simple quark model picture as states consisting of a charm quark and an anti-charm quark. A study of the reaction dynamics through which such states are produced is crucial to understanding the intrinsic properties of these exotic resonances and for shedding light on their nature. Daniel Molnar used a state-of-the-art approach to investigate three reactions in which charged exotic states were observed by the BESIII Collaboration in electron-positron collisions, achieved a physical description of the current experimental data, and furthermore made predictions to be tested in future experiments.

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