SUURI-COOL (Kyushu) Lecture
2019年7月31日(水) - 8月2日(金)
土井 琢身 (数理創造プログラム 専任研究員 / 理化学研究所 仁科加速器科学研究センター (RNC) 量子ハドロン物理学研究室 専任研究員)
SUURI-COOL (Kyushu) at the Ito-campus of Kyushu Univ. will be launched on July 31, 2019. As a first event at SUURI-COOL (Kyushu), the following lecture by Takumi Doi (RIKEN Nishina Center/iTHEMS) will be held. Feel free to join if you will be around Ito-campus. Nuclei, many-body 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 first-principles 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.
会場: SUURI-COOL (Kyushu)