Time and Date
15:00-17:00, November 24th, 2022
"Hadron interactions with strange quarks from lattice QCD"
by Yoichi Ikeda (CiDER, Osaka University)
Room 225, Physics Building (MAP H-26)
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The hadronic interactions play an important role to reveal the emergence of hadron resonances and to bridge nuclear physics and astrophysics from the underlying theory of the strong interaction, quantum chromodynamics(QCD).
In this seminar, starting with simple quantum scattering problems, I will present how we can derive the hadronic interactions from the lattice QCD, which is the first-principles calculation of QCD, and show the applications of the interactions to high-energy collision experiments at LHC Alice. If time permits, I will also present our on-going study using deep neural networks for the classification problem of quantum states from experimental data, which makes the lattice QCD calculation more efficient in near future.
Yusuke Tanimura (Physics, GP-PU),
E-mail: tanimura * nucl.phys.tohoku.ac.jp (Replace * with @)