Gaurav Ray, a PhD student at Plymouth, has been accepted onto the summer school: Frontiers in Lattice QCD in China. The summer school will pay his accommodation and local expenses.
The three-week summer school on “Frontiers in Lattice QCD” will be held from June 24 – July 12 at Peking University, Beijing. The school contains the major topics of lattice QCD fundamentals, particle- and nuclear-physics frontiers and computational technologies. The purpose of the school is to educate our future generation for lattice quantum field theory as well as to survey new, powerful computational methods.
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There is a yearly conference for the topic of lattice field theory. Typically the audience size is 300 to 400 people. The conference has plenary talks, where the speaker presents a review talk or a talk on a topical topic to all the attendees of the conference. This year the lattice conference is in China.
Vincent Drach from CMS has been invited to present a plenary talk on the recent developments of strong EW symmetry breaking models and simulation results..