Workshops

  • The workshop intends to discuss existing results in nuclear astrophysics and to identify key reactions for which the stable and RIB facilities need to assess information of interest for nuclear astrophysics.
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  • The aim of the workshop is to bring together researchers working on various aspects of RNA structure, topology, and function from both theoretical and experimental point of view, with a special focus on the genomes of RNA viruses.
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  • The meeting aims at bringing together the members of the Advisory Committee and leading Scientists invited to present introductory lectures and discuss in details the future directions to undertake to suitable develop the project. The Committee will include leading scientists from the Lattice community and will guarantee gender and seniority-level balance.
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  • Holography is a very powerful tool that holds the promise to be able to successfully address all these issues. The workshop shall gather leading experts to discuss the status quo and foster new ideas and collaborations.
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  • This workshop will bring together experts in lattice field theory, high-order perturbation theory and strongly-coupled field theories to develop and refine existing applications of the gradient flow to QCD and beyond the standard model theories within or near the conformal window. A key goal for the workshop is to identify new opportunities to apply techniques and methods based on the gradient flow, and, in particular, pinpoint potential applications of high experimental importance in nuclear physics and beyond.
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  • Quantum science and technology are playing an ever growing role in contemporary scientific developments in a wide range of areas, from physics (where they originated) to computer science and engineering. One of their specificity is the interdisciplinarity nature, which calls for researchers with a wide expertise. This requires a specific training and, in particular, the ability of crossing traditional boundaries between disciplines.
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  • The effective theory of the Color  Glass Condensate (CGC) has emerged as a successful tool to explain qualitatively and quantitatively semi- hard processes in preceding and current experiments at colliders like DESY, RHIC and LHC.
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  • This workshop will bring together practitioners of these fields to strengthen existing and explore new synergies between the different approaches. For example, in the past two decades both lattice simulations and functional computations have made substantial qualitative process, but more recently also combined applications are being realized with promising prospects for the future. In addition to the theoretical efforts, several of the experiments mentioned above will be represented at the workshop to connect theoretical results with experimental measusurements.
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  • The workshop, taking advantage of the resumed LHC operation, as well as of the recently-concluded Snowmass22 exercise and of the Long-Range Plans for Nuclear Physics in the US and Europe, will certainly stimulate extensive discussions on the physics performance of early Run 3 data, the physics opportunities at the HL-LHC, the HL-LHC upgrade challenges and their relevance to heavy ion specific measurements, compelling physics cases at Run 5 and beyond, and foreseen synergies with other collider projects.
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  • It is now a great time for the community to share the recent progress in this emerging field and establish a coherent vision of the outstanding questions to be addressed in the near future in order to fully capitalize on the rapid growth in quantum computing platforms.
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