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Workshops Archive 2020


Resummation, Evolution, Factorization 2020

Resummation, Evolution, Factorization 2020 will exceptionally take place on line . Registration and abstract submission is now open (submission deadline Oct. 20th) -- please use the link below. This workshop is the 7th edition in a series of workshops aiming to bring together experts who deal with high-energy hadronic processes where the ...

EXALAT - Lattice Field Theory at the Exascale

EXALAT is a project funded by UKRI to address the needs of the lattice field theory community in the UK in the era of Exascale computing. The advent of new Exascale computers, based on heterogeneous architectures, will open new possibilities and bring new challenges. The purpose of this workshop is ...
zoom virtual meeting

Cluster Algebras and the Geometry of Scattering Amplitudes

The aim of this meeting is to bring together physicists and mathematicians who are interested in the connections between cluster algebras and the geometry of scattering amplitudes. This is intended to facilitate increased interaction and collaboration between these fields, and to provide an avenue for the articulation of interesting and ...
Higgs Centre for Theoretical Physics

Workshop on Efficient Computing for High Energy Physics (ECHEP)

The Efficient Computing for High Energy Physics (ECHEP) project is funded by STFC's opportunities call. The aim of the project is to enable the UK HEP community to contribute to harnessing modern computing architectures and improve software and computing efficiency. This will directly address the HL-LHC computing problem. Please ...
Lecture Theatre C, James Clerk Maxwell Building

Higgs Maxwell Workshop 2020

Higgs-Maxwell workshops are a series of annual one-day meetings to discuss the current topics in theoretical and experimental particle physics and the prospects for future discoveries. The meeting is organised by the Universities of Durham, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Lancaster, and is held at the Royal Society of Edinburgh in Edinburgh ...
Royal Society of Edinburgh, 22-26 George St, Edinburgh EH2 2PQ

Public Talk: The Many Worlds of Quantum Mechanics

One of the great intellectual achievements of the twentieth century was the theory of quantum mechanics, according to which observational results can only be predicted probabilistically rather than with certainty. Yet, after decades in which the theory has been successfully used on an everyday basis, most physicists would agree that ...
Usha Kasera Lecture Theatre