SUURICOOL (Kyushu) Lecture
 Date
 July 31 (Wed) at 9:00  August 2 (Fri) at 17:00, 2019 (JST)
 Speaker

 Takumi Doi (Senior Research Scientist, iTHEMS / Senior Research Scientist, Quantum Hadron Physics Laboratory, RIKEN Nishina Center for AcceleratorBased Science (RNC))
 Venue
 Language
 English
SUURICOOL (Kyushu) at the Itocampus of Kyushu Univ. will be launched on July 31, 2019. As a first event at SUURICOOL (Kyushu), the following lecture by Takumi Doi (RIKEN Nishina Center/iTHEMS) will be held. Feel free to join if you will be around Itocampus.
Nuclei, manybody systems of baryons as protons and neutrons, are ultimately consist of elementary particles of quarks and gluons and their properties are governed by quantum chromodynamics (QCD). Recently, a new theoretical method is developing in lattice QCD, the firstprinciples calculation of QCD, and the new era is dawning where nuclear physics is constructed directly based on QCD. In this lecture, I first introduce the formulation of lattice QCD.
I will then discuss the theoretical foundation and the latest numerical results about the lattice QCD study of hadron interactions, the key quantities to construct nuclear physics from QCD. I will also give a lecture on computational science, in particular, about supercomputers.
July 31 (Wed.)
 Introduction, Overview of lectures, QCD
 Formulation of Lattice QCD
 Formulation of Monte Carlo method
Aug. 1 (Thurs.)
 Lattice QCD calculation
 Brief Review of scattering theory
 Scattering on the lattice and Luscher's formula
 HAL QCD method
 Consistency between Luscher's method and HAL QCD method
 Lattice hadron forces @ heavy quark masses
Aug. 2 (Fri.)
 Lattice hadron forces @ physical quark masses
 Applications of lattice hadron forces
 Computational science and supercomputers
Contact: Emiko Hiyama (Kyushu Univ.)