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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Fundamental Physics with Radioactive Molecules (24-1)
Our aim in this program will be to make theory needs better known to the community, to connect leading nuclear theorists with theoreticians in other relevant fields such as molecular, atomic, and fundamental particle physics, and to facilitate interaction between theorists and those doing experiments.
QCD at the Femtoscale in the Era of Big Data (24-2a)
Modern facilities around the world have been built to study the quark and gluon structure of matter, such as Jefferson Lab, RHIC, and the forthcoming EIC, which will produce many exabytes of data on the visible universe at the femtometer scale.
Inverse Problems and Uncertainty Quantification in Nuclear Physics (24-88W)
Realizing the full potential of experimental and observational studies of nuclear matter requires a comprehensive understanding of the dynamics of its microscopic constituents, within the theory of quantum chromodynamics (QCD).
Heavy Ion Physics in the EIC Era (24-2b)
Over nearly four decades, heavy ion physics has pushed the limits of perturbative and lattice QCD, thermal field theory, small-x physics and gluon saturation, relativistic hydrodynamics and transport models, jets and heavy flavor theory.
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