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About this event

Web site
www.ifsc.usp.br/~l…
When
1327 Mar 2013
Where
Natal, Brazil
Contact address
Brazil

School

New Horizons in Lattice Field Theory

The School and Workshop "New Horizons in Lattice Field Theory" to be
held from 13th to 27th March, 2013, at the International Institute of
Physics in Natal, Brazil. Confirmed lecture courses are:

* Introduction to Lattice QCD and Chiral Symmetry, Mike Creutz (BNL)
* QCD Thermodynamics, Owe Philipsen (Goethe-Univ., Frankfurt)
* Standard Model & Beyond, Rogerio Rosenfeld (S. Paulo State Univ.)
* Flavour Physics, Chris Sachrajda (Univ. of Southampton)
* Effective Theories, Steve Sharpe (Univ. of Washington, Seattle)
* Nonperturbative Renormalization, Rainer Sommer (DESY-Zeuthen)

For updated information and registration, please see:

http://www.ifsc.usp.br/~lattice/lqcdschool-iip/

IMPORTANT: Early registration is advised to students applying for
funding (local expenses only). Participants should plan their trip
well in advance, to benefit from better airfares.

EVENT FORMAT
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The event combines lectures on fundamental topics, tutorials and
seminars on current developments. There will also be a small number of
contributed talks. Students will have the opportunity to present their
work in a poster session. The expected number of participants is 60 in
total, including 30 to 40 Ph.D. students.