The Center for Theoretical and Computational Physics pursues a broad program of theoretical research in all areas of quantum chromodynamics (QCD) and hadron physics, promoting and supporting the physics studied at Jefferson Lab and related facilities around the world.
ONLINE THEORY SEMINAR
Previous presentations available at https://www.jlab.org/theory/seminars/2023seminars
Monday, December 11th, 1:00PM (remote)
Ferenc Pittler (Cyprus Institute)
Monday, December 18th, 1:00PM (remote)
Giovanni Chirilli (Regensburg U.)
Monday, January 22nd, 1:00PM (hybrid)
Kyle Lee (MIT)
Previous presentations available at https://www.jlab.org/theory/seminars/2023cakeseminars
Felix Ringer, joint appointment with Old Dominion University, has been awarded DOE Early Career Awards for 2023. This project will develop a multi-pronged approach by leveraging perturbative QCD calculations of observables sensitive to multi-parton dynamics, quantum simulations of real-time dependent correlation functions relevant to understand the complex dynamics of hadronization, and A.I. / machine learning techniques that will provide new insights into the microscopic picture of hadronization by identifying patterns in collider data.
See the Theory Center's most recent Monthly Highlights.