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Journal club - Lattice field theory

Gergely Endrödi Opens window for sending emailendrodi@physik.uni-bielefeld.de

The journal club is aimed at BSc-, MSc- or PhD-students and postdocs with interest in lattice field theory research.

Perhaps you already have some expertise based on the research for your thesis - perhaps you have just started a project within lattice field theory. Either way, you are welcome to join our weekly meetings, where we will discuss influential lattice papers and related topics.

The meetings will take place via zoom. One participant will present a previously assigned topic in about 30-45 minutes. Afterwards we have an informal discussion, where everybody is encouraged to participate. This is a good opportunity to broaden your perspective and also to practice giving a presentation. The topic of the talk will be sent around a few days in advance so that everybody can look into the subject.

The goals of the seminar and the planned format of the talks are summarized in these slides. Please design your talk to be interactive: you are welcome to create a poll or use the whiteboard feature of zoom. In case you are presenting slides, please send them to me in advance so they can be uploaded to the webpage.

Schedule

Fridays at 14:05 (original location: D01-295). A zoom link will be communicated to the participants shortly before each meeting.

In the first meeting (May 8) we will distribute the topics. Please contact me if you wish to participate.

To help preparing for the journal club, you are welcome to approach me with open questions on Wednesday (14:00-16:00) on the week of your talk. To arrange this, please contact me in advance.

Date

Presenter

Topic

Material

May 8

organisatory meeting

May 15

Bastian Brandt

Wilson fermions and chiral symmetry

slides

May 22

David Clarke

staggered and HISQ fermions

slides

May 29

Marcel Rodekamp

domain wall fermions

notes

June 5

Mugdha Sarkar

overlap fermions

slides, demo

June 12

Dennis Bollweg

chemical potential on the lattice

notes

June 19

Anirban Lahiri

confinement and flux tubes

slides

June 26

Lorenzo Dini

chiral magnetic effect

notes

July 3

Tristan Ueding

hadronic correlators

notes

July 10

Guido Nicotra

Hybrid Monte-Carlo

notes

July 17

recap and quiz

poll results

Topics

  • Wilson fermions and chiral symmetry: introduction -- Secs. 5.2 and aspects from 7.1 to 7.3 in Gattringer, Lang
  • Staggered and HISQ fermions -- Sec. 10.1 in Gattringer, Lang and aspects from hep-lat/0610092
  • Domain Wall fermions: introduction -- Sec. 10.2 in Gattringer, Lang and aspects of the review 0912.2560 (see also hep-lat/9206013)
  • Overlap fermions: introduction -- hep-lat/9910040 (see also hep-lat/9707022)
  • Wilson flow: arXiv:1006.4518 (see also arXiv:1101.0963 (perturbative) arXiv:1506.00118 (review))
  • Confinement and flux tubes: up to and including Sec.3.2 of the review hep-lat/0301023
  • Hybrid Monte-Carlo: introduction -- Secs. 8.1 and 8.2 in Gattringer, Lang
  • Hadronic correlators: introduction -- aspects of Secs. 6.1 to 6.3 in Gattringer, Lang
  • Scale setting: review -- arXiv:1401.3270
  • Chemical potential on the lattice: Secs. 12.2-3 in Gattringer, Lang, see also seminal reviews, 1005.0539, 1302.3028
  • Isospin chemical potential: introduction hep-ph/0011365 and on the lattice 1709.10487
  • Magnetic fields on the torus: 0807.0630 Sec 3 and on the lattice 1111.4956
  • Anderson localization in the Dirac spectrum: 1006.1205 and 1105.5336
  • Chiral magnetic effect 0808.3382
  • you can also suggest a topic on your own.


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