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Charmed baryons and heavy tetraquarks

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The study of heavy hadrons is passing through an incredible era with the discovery of numerous heavy subatomic particles. The study of charmed baryons and heavy tetraquarks are integral parts of this resurgence in scientific interest to explore the spectrum of strongly interacting heavy hadrons. I will first present the energy spectra of charmed baryons obtained using lattice QCD and discuss their implications on the recently observed states and future discovery. In the second part I will present our recent results on the energy spectra of various tetraquark states with one or more heavy quarks using lattice QCD . The presence of deeply bound doubly heavy tetraquarks and their possible future discovery will also be discussed.

This talk is part of the Lattice field theory informal seminars series.

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