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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Dense Nuclear Matter Equation of State from Heavy-Ion Collisions (22-84W)
Constraining the dependence of the dense nuclear matter equation of state (EOS) on baryon density is a long-standing problem of nuclear physics.
Intersection of nuclear structure and high‐energy nuclear collisions (23-1a)
We want to create awareness in the low-energy community of the fact that their tools and theoretical frameworks have applications in high-energy collisions, and that high-energy experiments provide a great deal of information about the structure of atomic nuclei.
Topological Phases of Matter: From Low to High Energy (21r-1a)
This workshop aims to bring together a group of particle theorists, nuclear theorists, and condensed matter theorists to discuss recent developments on the study of matter beyond the Landau paradigm, such as topological phases of various sorts.
Accessing and Understanding the QCD Spectra (20r-2c)
This workshop is the continuation of the previously held virtual INT program of the same name. This program was the first INT program completely dedicated to QCD spectroscopy.
Tensor Networks in Many Body and Quantum Field Theory (21r-1c)
The aim of the workshop is to promote an exchange of ideas concerning tensor networks between different groups of theorists working in particle, nuclear and condensed matter physics.
Interplay of Nuclear, Neutrino and BSM Physics at Low-Energies (23-85W)
This workshop aims to advance efforts to identify and characterize the interplay between nuclear, neutrino, and beyond the standard model (BSM) physics signatures at the tens of MeV scale.