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Gauge topology: from lattice to colliders

Registration closed 24/10/2016.


Ines Campo
+39 0461 314721
Monday, 7 November, 2016 - 09:00 to Friday, 11 November, 2016 - 13:00
ECT* Conference room

To understand two basic nonperturbative features of Quantum Chromodynamics -- confinement and chiral symmetry breaking -- remains a challenge, in spite of decades of investigations and detailed numerical simulations on the lattice. Topological solitons -- instantons and their constituents, magnetic monopoles, vortices, QCD flux tubes -- are all identified on the lattice and are related to these phenomena, especially near and below the critical temperature $T_c$. During the last several years this field has again been a field of quite active research. Coming ECT* workshop in November 2016 is considered a sequel to the topology workshop at Simons Center for Geometry  and Physics, Stony Brook, August 2015, which was very successful, see

Registration period: 
05 Sep 2016 to 23 Oct 2016


Massimo D'Elia INFN - Università di Pisa
Edward Shuryak Stony Brook University


Last nameFirst nameInstitutionCountry of Institution
BonatiClaudioDipartimento di Fisica e AstronomiaItaly
BuividovichPavelRegensburg UniversityGermany
CatilloMarcoUniversity of GrazAustria
D'EliaMassimoUniversity of PisaITALY
de ForcrandPhilippeETHSwitzerland
Di GiacomoAdrianoDip Fisica Universita' di Pisa and INFNItaly
DromardArthurRegensburg university Germany
Escobar RuizAdrian MauricioUniversity of MinnesotaEstados Unidos
FaberManfriedTechn.Univ. WienAustria
FaccioliPietroTrento UniversityItaly
FukushimaKenjiThe University of TokyoJapan
Garcia-PerezMargaritaInstituto de Fisica Teorica UAM-CSICSpain
GattringerChristofUniversity of GrazAustria
GlozmanLeonidUniversity of GrazAustria
GreensiteJeffSan Francisco State UniversityUnited States
IlgenfritzErnst-MichaelJINR, Bogolubov Lab. of Theoretical PhysicsRussia
JiangYinHeidelberg UniversityGermany
LarsenRasmusStony Brook UniversityUSA
LombardoMaria PaolaINFNItaly
Lopez-RuizMiguel AngelIndiana UniversityUnited States
MartemyanovBorisITEP, MoscowRussia
MesitiMicheleUniversita' di PisaItalia
PuhrMatthiasRegensburg UniversityGermany
RucciAndreaUniversity of PisaItaly
ShuryakEdwardStony Brook UniversityUSA
SulejmanpasicTinEcole Normale SuperieureFrance
TeperMichaelOxford UniversityUK
TurbinerAlexanderInstituto de Ciencias Nucleares, UNAMmexico
ValgushevSemenUniversity of RegensburgGermany
ZhitnitskyArielUniversity of British ColumbiaCanada