Plenary Programme

Monday 19/06
9:00 Opening
9:30 Giorgio Parisi Univ. of Rome, La Sapienza Scientific and personal recollections of Roberto Petronzio
10:15 Martin Lüscher CERN / Albert Einstein Center, Bern Stochastic locality and master-field simulations of very large lattices
10:45 Coffee Break
11:15 Ignacio Cirac Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, Garching Quantum Simulation of High Energy Physics Models
12:00 Leonardo Giusti Univ. Milano-Bicocca/INFN Multi-boson block factorization of fermions
12:30 Lunch
Tuesday 20/06
9:00 Arantza Oyanguren IFIC, Valencia B-decays anomalies at LHCb
9:30 Damir Becirevic
Orsay LPT Flavor physics anomalies
10:00 Xu Feng Peking Univ. Recent progress in applying lattice QCD to Kaon physics
10:45 Coffee Break
11:15 Luigi Del Debbio Univ. of Edinburgh Parton distributions in the LHC era
11:45 Oliver Bär Humboldt Univ., Berlin Multi-hadron-state contamination in nucleon observables from chiral perturbation theory
12:15 Chia Cheng Chang Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Towards a precise calculation of the nucleon axial charge with lattice QCD
12:45 Lunch
Thursday 22/06
9:00 Guy Moore Technische Universität Darmstadt Axions, Cosmology, and Topological Susceptibility
9:30 Claudio Bonati Univ. Firenze / INFN Discussion session on axions and the chiral anomaly at finite temperature
Hidenori Fukaya Osaka University (convener: Mikko Laine)
Tamás Kovács Debrecen, Inst. for Nuclear Research
10:45 Coffee Break
11:15 Boram Yoon
LANL Neutron Electric Dipole Moment
11:45 Phiala Shanahan MIT Gluon structure of hadrons and nuclei
12:15 KWA Panel Chair Presentation of 2017 Kenneth Wilson Award
12:45 Lunch
Friday 23/06
9:30 Benjamin Svetitsky Tel Aviv University Looking behind the Standard Model with Lattice Gauge Theory
10:15 Stefano Forte
Univ. Milano/INFN The determination of αs: status and prospects
10:45 Tomasz Korzec Bergische Univ., Wuppertal Determination of the Strong Coupling Constant by the ALPHA Collaboration
11:15 Coffee Break
11:45 Erhard Seiler Max Planck Institute, Munich Status of the Complex Langevin Method
12:30 Paulo Bedaque Maryland Univ. Going with the (holomorphic) flow: thimbles and the sign problem
13:00 Lunch
Saturday 24/06
9:00 Antonio Rago Univ. of Plymouth Lattice QCD on new chips: a community summary
9:30 Zohreh Davoudi
MIT Lattice QCD input for nuclear structure and reactions
10:15 Yoichi Ikeda RIKEN & RCNP, Osaka Univ. Tetraquark candidate Zc(3900) from coupled-channel scattering — how to extract hadronic interactions?
11:00 Coffee Break
11:30 Christoph Lehner BNL A precise determination of the hadronic vacuum polarization contribution to the muon anomalous magnetic moment from lattice QCD
12:00 Gilberto Colangelo University of Bern Hadronic light-by-light contribution to (g-2)μ: a dispersive approach
12:30 Closing remarks
13:00 Conference closes
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