Workshops

  • The research area of the workshop is the physics of open quantum systems (OQS). These are systems strongly influenced by the coupling to an environment. This topic is common to various fields of physics (e.g. nuclear, atomic, and molecular physics, mesoscopic physics, quantum optics) in which experimental and theoretical developments are currently being carried out worldwide.
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  • The monopole response of nuclei is a unique way to access the compressional properties of nuclear matter. Although this is not a new subject, we believe that we can achieve significant progress with a workshop, and that this progress will be highly beneficial for those who work in multi-messenger nuclear astrophysics.
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  • Different approaches to write efficient and accurate event generators including radiative effects will be discussed. Planned and future experiments where the precision of radiative corrections is a significant challenge will be presented. We hope to expand and improve upon the excellent work and discussion fostered during the first radiative corrections workshop, which led to a white paper (see arXiv:2012.09970) and provided crucial input for a corresponding chapter in the Electron-Ion Collider (EIC) Yellow Report.
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  • The workshop will focus on the recent advances of extracting the Neutron Electric Dipole Moment (nEDM), leveraging on the connection between experimental and theoretical efforts. Recent years have experienced tremendous efforts towards the investigation of the nEDM, including Lattice QCD approaches, phenomenological studies as well as purely theoretical investigations
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  • We aim at discussing the new scenario in high-energy physics after the recommendations for future colliders from the European Stategy Particle Physics and possible reports on the Japanese ILC project. We expect to continue the tradition of the LFC workshops, which, especially since the 2017 edition, has been unique occasions to gather experimental and theoretical physicists. with outstanding competence in high-energy physics, in particular the field of strong interactions within and beyond the SM, from the model building and phenomenology to data analysis and development of accelerator infrastructures.
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  • The aim of this workshop (the first at ECT* devoted to medical applications of Nuclear Physics) is to gather researchers from different disciplines (theoretical, experimental and clinical) working in complementary fields, so to make clinicians acquainted with the latest theoretical and experimental developments, while basic researchers can tune their work to better satisfy the actual medical needs
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  • This workshop will therefore gather a group of experts to discuss key recent developments, identify new goals, and plan the next steps forward in strong QCD.
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  • The Workshop has the aim to put together in the excellent and stimulating ECT* environment, for the first time in a dedicated and focused meeting, experimentalists and theoreticians working in high precision studies of atomic and nuclear physics transitions and related fields, and theoreticians who work on developing Quantum Gravity Inspired Models (QGIM) that predict effects, special signatures of the models, which can be measured in atomic and nuclear transitions
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  • Studies of azimuthal distributions of hadrons and photons in exclusive and semi-inclusive DIS (SIDIS) provide access to variety of observables widely recognized as key objectives of the COMPASS measurements, various activities at RHIC and KEK, the LHC fixed target projects (LHCspin, [email protected]), and a driving force behind the construction of the future Electron Ion Collider.
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  • This international workshop will discuss and explore new aspects and challenges in Reduced Density Matrix Functional Theory (RDMFT).
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