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JOINT RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
The next generation of experiments in hadron physics aims at the study of rare processes with drastically improved sensitivity. The technical requirements to reach this goal include high beam intensities and luminosities, and fast radiation-hard detectors with large acceptance, high resolution and a low-material budget. Examples are, among others, the KLOE2 and AMADEUS experiments at DAFNE-LNF, Frascati, Italy, and PANDA and CBM at FAIR, Darmstadt, Germany. Gaseous or solid targets for (un)polarized protons and light nuclei play a very essential role for experiments at MAMI, ELSA, COSY and JLab. Experiments with polarized antiprotons would increase the physics potential of FAIR substantially. Innovative computing technologies are required to perform new generation Lattice QCD calculations which provide the guideline for future experiments.