The Institute for Nuclear Theory, a national resource funded by the US Department of Energy and the University of Washington, provides an environment for scientists to advance the frontiers of subatomic physics. Scientific meetings at the INT attract hundreds of visitors annually from around the world to hasten breakthrough discoveries through collaborations.
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Quantum Computing, Quantum Simulation, Quantum Gravity and the Standard Model (IQuS)
We aim to identify important problems in quantum gravity that can benefit from quantum simulation and also lead to new directions in the simulation of Standard Model physics, identify concrete steps, estimate realistic time frames, and draw a road map.
Neutron Rich Matter on Heaven and Earth (22r-2a)
This program is truly multidisciplinary as it addresses fundamental questions in fields as diverse as astrophysics, gravitational physics, nuclear physics, and particle physics. The program overarching goal is to capitalize on recent discoveries that have strengthened the connection between nuclear physics an astrophysics, particularly in the area of dense, neutron-rich matter.
Astrophysical neutrinos and the origin of the elements (23-2)
The goal is to build the foundations for substantially improving predictions of element synthesis and multimessenger observations from compact objects through the development, inclusion and measurement of more complete neutrino physics.
Chirality and Criticality: Novel Phenomena in Heavy-Ion Collisions (20r-1c)
As the continuation of the INT program of the same name held virtually in 2020, this 1-week workshop is dedicated to gathering the community interested in the novel physics of chirality and criticality in nuclear physics and beyond.
Bridging the gap: Thermalization, from Cold Atoms to Hot Quantum Chromodynamics (IQuS)
The workshop will cover interdisciplinary aspects of topics such as Eigenstate Thermalization and Many-Body Localization, Entanglement Structure and Tomography, and Quantum Thermodynamics.
Theoretical Physics Uncertainties to Empower Neutrino Experiments (23-86W)
The scope of this workshop is to bring together nuclear and particle theorists and define a strategy to better ascertain theory-related uncertainties.
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