Workshop

Author: 
Carlos Wagner
Date: 
Thursday, December 15, 2016
Author: 
David Kaplan
Date: 
Friday, December 16, 2016
Abstract: 
Combining five dimensional domain wall fermions in Euclidian space with gauge fields that undergo gradient flow in the fifth dimension can can lead to a gauge theory of interacting chiral fermions on one boundary, and "fluff" on the other: mirror fermions which do not interact with gauge fields except through their topology. I describe how this works and attempts to formulate the effective four dimensional lattice theory of the surface modes. Can this serve as a nonperturbative regulator for chiral gauge theories?
Author: 
Christine Muschik
Date: 
Friday, December 16, 2016
Abstract: 
Gauge theories are fundamental to our understanding of interactions between the elementary constituents of matter as mediated by gauge bosons. However, computing the real-time dynamics in gauge theories is a notorious challenge for classical computational methods. In the spirit of Feynman's vision of a quantum simulator, this has recently stimulated theoretical effort to devise schemes for simulating such theories on engineered quantum-mechanical devices, with the difficulty that gauge invariance and the associated local conservation laws (Gauss laws) need to be implemented.
Author: 
John Ellis
Date: 
Friday, September 30, 2016
Abstract: 
In this talk John Ellis from CERN talks about the results that etc....

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