EuroPLEx Summer School 2022

EuroPLEx Summer School 2022

 Jun 05 – Jun 18, 2022

The purpose of the EuroPLEx Summer School 2022 is to bring young researchers into contact with leading experts in theoretical High-Energy Physics, Quantum Computing and advanced computational methods. The two-week training programme will include lectures on Resurgence, Transseries and other Quantum Field Theory topics, along with introductory courses on Holography and Quantum Computing. In addition, the school will also provide a set of lectures about the connections between Lattice Gauge Theory studies with High-Performance Computing, Machine Learning and Quantum Computing. Finally, a session will be devoted to science communication and soft skills.

Application and Registration

 

Courses

Anomalies and Edge States (D. Kaplan – Washington U., Seattle)
Applications of Machine Learning to Lattice Gauge Theories (A. Tomiya – IPUT,
Osaka)*
Holography (J. Barbón – IFT UAM-CSIC, Madrid)
Lattice Gauge Theories on GPUs (M. Wagner – NVIDIA)*
Quantum Computing (E. López – IFT UAM-CSIC, Madrid)
Quantum Simulation of Lattice Gauge Theories (Z. Davoudi – Maryland U.)
The Resurgence of Non-Perturbative Phenomena in Perturbative Expansions:
    From Asymptotics to Transseries and Summation (I. Aniceto – Southampton U.)

* (to be confirmed)

Tutorial Sessions

Lattice Gauge Theories on a Quantum Computer (J. Stryker – Maryland U.)
The Resurgence of Non-Perturbative Phenomena in Perturbative Expansions:
    From Asymptotics to Transseries and Summation (R. Miravitllas Mas – Univ. de Genève)

 

Local Organising Committee

– Pietro Butti (IFT, UAM-CSIC)
– Alessandro Conigli (IFT, UAM-CSIC)
– Margarita García Pérez (IFT, UAM-CSIC)
– Antonio González-Arroyo (IFT, UAM-CSIC)
– Gregorio Herdoíza (IFT, UAM-CSIC)
– Carlos Pena (IFT, UAM-CSIC)

 

Advisory Committee

– Gunnar Bali (Regensburg U.)
– Nico Battelli (Trinity Coll., Dublin)
– Marisa Bonini (Parma U.)
– Leonardo Chimirri (Humboldt U.)
– Sara Collins (Regensburg U.)
– Francesco Di Renzo (Parma U.)
– Petros Dimopoulos (Parma U.)
– Markus Elsing (CERN)
– Dirk Hesse (Equinor)
– Alfio Lazzaro (HPE Switzerland)
– Biagio Lucini (Swansea U.)
– Christian Schmidt (Bielefeld U.)
– Rainer Sommer (Humboldt U.)