With many major conferences and workshops cancelled this year, the virtual lattice field theory colloquium is intended to provide postdocs and graduating students a venue in which to reach a broad international audience.
|April 23||William Jay, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, USA||Precision Flavor Physics and Lattice QCD||Zoom recording||Slides|
|May 7||Fernando Romero-López, University of Valencia and IFIC, Spain||Exploring the ’t Hooft limit of meson observables||Zoom recording||Slides|
|May 21||Jana Günther, University of Regensburg, Germany||QCD thermodynamics from imaginary chemical potential||Zoom recording||Slides|
|June 4||Philipp Scior, University of Bielefeld, Germany||Supersymmetry on the lattice||Zoom recording||Slides|
|June 18||Casey Berger, Boston University, USA||Circumventing the sign problem with complex Langevin in lattice field theory|
|July 2||Ruairí Brett, The George Washington University, USA||From two to three-body systems in lattice QCD|
|July 16||Aurora Scapellato, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland||Nucleon PDFs and GPDs from lattice QCD|
|July 30||Marco Cè, CERN, Switzerland||The hadronic contributions to the running of SM couplings from lattice QCD|
|August 13||Gurtej Kanwar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA||Lattice ensemble generation using machine-learned generative models|
|August 27||Speaker TBD||Talk title TBD|
Suggested speakers should be primarily postdoctoral researchers and senior graduate students. Suggestions of female or underrepresented minority speakers are particularly welcome.
Talk reminders, abstracts, and Zoom links for each talk will be distributed via the mailing list.
The colloquium series is organized and hosted by the MIT lattice group: Phiala Shanahan, Will Detmold, and John Negele, and local postdoctoral researchers. Please contact us with any questions, suggestions, or comments (with the exception of speaker suggestions which are accepted via the form above).