XQCD 2020 and PhD School

XQCD 2020 and PhD School

– The 18th International Conference on QCD in Extreme Conditions (XQCD 2020)

 

XQCD 2020

XQCD 2020

 

July 22-24, NTNU, Trondheim

 

Invited speakers

Paul Romatschke, Colorado
Mikhail Stephanov, Chicago
Aleksi Vuorinen, Helsinki

Topics

QCD at Finite Temperature and Density
Heavy Ion Collisions Phenomenology
Phase Diagram of Strongly Interacting Matter
Properties of the Quark-Gluon Plasma
Properties of Strongly Interacting Gauge Theories
The Sign Problem in Lattice QCD
QCD in External Fields

Contact

Email: xqcd2020@phys.ntnu.no

 

Registration and further details

NTNU main building photo

NTNU main building. Photo

PhD School

PhD School

 

July 17-20, University of Stavanger

 

Invited lecturers

Gergely Endrodi, Frankfurt
Toru Kojo, CCNU
Jacopo Ghiglieri, CERN
Aleksi Kurkela, CERN/UiS

Topics

Lattice QCD in extreme conditions
Neutron stars & multi-messenger physics
Modern perturbation theory 
QCD in relativistic heavy-ion collisions

Contact

Email: xQCD2020PhDSchool@uis.no

 

Registration and more information about the PhD School

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July 22 - July 24, 2020 - NTNU, Trondheim, Norway

NTNU og UiS logoerThe 18th International Conference on QCD in Extreme Conditions (XQCD 2020) will be organized by The Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway, from July 22 to July 24 2020. XQCD is a series of international workshop-style conferences, held annually, which aims at covering recent advances in the theory and phenomenology of QCD under extreme conditions of temperature and/or baryon density, together with related topics.

 

 

3 box XQCD

Local organizing committee

  • Jens O. Andersen (Chair), NTNU
  • Alexander Rothkopf (Co-chair), UiS
  • Prabal Adhikari, Wellesley/NTNU
  • Tomas Brauner, UiS
  • Anders Tranberg, UiS

International Advisory Committee

  • Gert Aarts, Swansea
  • Andrei Alexandru, GWU
  • Ying Chen, IHEP/CAS
  • Massimo D'Elia, Pisa
  • Philippe de Forcrand, ETHZ/CERN
  • Heng-Tong Ding, CCNU
  • Kenji Fukushima, Tokyo
  • Margarita Garcia Perez, IFT UAM-CSIC
  • Frithjof Karsch, Bielefeld
  • Kurt Langfeld, Liverpool
  • Maria Paola Lombardo, INFN

International Advisory Committee

  • Tereza Mendes, Sao Paulo
  • Atsushi Nakamura, Osaka/FEFU
  • Owe Philipsen, Frankfurt
  • Krishna Rajagopal, MIT
  • Kim Splittorff, NBI
  • Michael Strickland, Kent State
  • Jacobus Verbaarschot, Stony Brook
  • Aleksi Vuorinen, Helsinki
  • Urs Wenger, Bern
  • Nu Xu, LBNL/CCNU

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