26 June 2017 to 7 July 2017
Europe/Berlin timezone
The scope of this school is to offer the students (at the master, Ph.D. or postdoctoral level) a complementary training at the frontier of effective field theories (EFTs) and lattice gauge theory focusing on a series of relevant physical problems (heavy quark processes, light quark dominated observables, finite temperature processes, interplay between QCD and nuclear physics, exotics and resonances, scattering and production processes, new physics, strongly coupled systems). Besides lectures with introductions to general and well consolidated methods and techniques in EFT&Lattice we will host also a series of talks on innovatives ideas and approaches at the interface of the two fields. We hope that this school that has an innovative character and a clear scope will serve the aim to train young researchers capable to work at the interface of the two fields taking advantage of this complementary knowledge to tackle the most interesting still open problems in particle and nuclear physics. A feature of the school is that exercises solutions and discussions will have prominent role. Lecturers are supposed to assign few interesting and pedagogical exercises that will be solved in the afternoon. We plan to enroll postdocs as tutors (if you are interested to be one of them please contact us at tumqcd_at_ph.tum.de).
A joint FGZ-PH Summer School in Garching
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