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What's happening at the INT:

  INT Calendar

   :: Current Program
   :: Seminar Schedule
   :: Upcoming INT Programs and Workshops
   :: INT/Nuclear Theory Group Brown Bag Seminars
   :: INT SAINT Seminars
   :: INT Special Seminars
   :: UW Physics Dept. Seminars
   :: 2018 National Nuclear Physics Summer School
   :: REU Program

  INT News

   :: David Kaplan, INT Senior Fellow, brings The Creative Mind exhibit to the physics-astronomy building.
   :: Natalie Klco (INT PhD Student) has received a prestigious Microsoft Research PhD Fellowship for 2018 to support her research in quantum
      computing for quantum many-body systems and quantum field theory.

      UW Perspectives Newsletter featured an article about Natalie and her work in its March 2018 edition.
   :: Michael Wagman (INT PhD 2017) has been awarded a Papparaldo Fellowship at MIT starting this fall.
   :: The APS featured a synopsis of a recent paper by INT Research Assistant Professor Martin Hoferichter.
   :: Map of where our RAPs, postdocs and grad students are now.
   :: INT introduces a Wiki for program attendees to share information on childcare in Seattle - please contact INT staff for the password.

  Other News

   :: Brad Sherrill has been awarded the 2018 APS Bonner Prize.
   :: Edward Shuryak has been awarded the 2018 APS Feshbach Prize.
   :: Upcoming Conferences


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Recent Activity at INT:

Multi-Hadron Systems from Lattice QCD (INT-18-70W)
(INT Workshop February 5 - 9, 2018)

Reported by R. Briceño, M. Hansen, S. Sharpe, D. Wilson
Reported on March 7, 2018
Recent years have seen dramatic progress in the determination of multi-hadron observables using lattice QCD (LQCD). Examples include the determination of scattering amplitudes involving multiple two-particle channels (e.g. the scalar-isocalar sector involving two pion and kaon-antikaon channels), and the first study of a nuclear fusion reaction. Read more...

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