Plenary Programme

    (Confirmed plenary talks)
    • Oliver Bär, Humboldt Univ., Berlin, “Multi-hadron-state contamination in nucleon observables from chiral perturbation theory”
    • Damir Becirevic, Orsay LPT, “Flavor physics anomalies”
    • Paulo Bedaque, Maryland Univ., “Going with the (holomorphic) flow: thimbles and the sign problem”
    • Ignacio Cirac, Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, Garching, “Quantum Simulation of High Energy Physics Models: From Cold Atoms to Tensor Networks”
    • Gilberto Colangelo, Univ. of Bern, “Hadronic light-by-light contribution to (g-2)μ: a dispersive approach”
    • Zohreh Davoudi, MIT, “Lattice QCD input for nuclear structure and reactions”
    • Luigi Del Debbio, Univ. of Edinburgh, “Parton distributions in the LHC era
    • Xu Feng, Peking Univ., “Recent progress in applying lattice QCD to Kaon physics”
    • Stefano Forte, Univ. Milano/INFN, “The determination of αs: status and prospects”
    • Leonardo Giusti, Univ. Milano-Bicocca/INFN, “Multi-boson block factorization of fermions”
    • Yoichi Ikeda, RIKEN & RCNP, Osaka Univ., “Tetraquark candidate Zc(3900) from coupled-channel scattering
    • Tomasz Korzec, Bergische Univ., Wuppertal, “Determination of the Strong Coupling Constant by the ALPHA Collaboration”
    • Arantza Oyanguren, IFIC, Valencia “B-decays anomalies at LHCb
    • Giorgio Parisi, Univ. of Rome, La Sapienza, “Scientific and personal recollections of Roberto Petronzio
    • Erhard Seiler, Max Planck Institute, Munich, “Status of the Complex Langevin Method”
    • Benjamin Svetitsky, Tel Aviv Univ., “Looking behind the Standard Model with Lattice Gauge Theory
    • Boram Yoon, LANL, “Neutron Electric Dipole Moment”
    • tba,Lattice QCD on new chips: a community summary”

Discussion session on axions and the chiral anomaly at finite temperature

 (Convener: Mikko Laine, Univ. of Bern)

  • Introduction: Guy Moore, Technische Universität Darmstadt, “Axions, Cosmology, and Topological Susceptibility”
  • Claudio Bonati, Univ. Firenze / INFN
  • Hidenori Fukaya, Osaka Univ.
  • Tamás Kovács, Debrecen, Institute for Nuclear Research
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