Sponsored by the InQubator for Quantum Simulation.

# Past Programs and Workshops

### 2022

- Benjamin Nachman
- Christian Bauer
- Wibe de Jong
- Kristan Temme
- Abhinav Kandala
- Raphael Pooser

- Gaute Hagen
- Nobuo Sato
- Phiala Shanahan

- D. Bemmerer
- A. Guglielmetti
- W. Haxton
- A. Serenelli

This workshop has been rescheduled to take place in Berkeley, CA from July 26, 2022 to July 29, 2022.

- Jordy de Vries
- Emanuele Mereghetti
- Maria Piarulli
- Andre Walker-Loud,

- Susan Gardner
- Wick Haxton
- Barry Holstein

### 2021

- I. Cloët
- Z.-E. Meziani
- B. Pasquini

Event has been postponed.

- D. Dean
- D. Kaplan
- C. Muschik
- M. J. Savage

Sponsored by the InQubator for Quantum Simulation.

- Marco Radici
- Ralf Seidl
- Andrea Signori

The workshop addressed questions related to hadronization and its multiple manifestations in high-energy scattering processes. Hadronization is intrinsically connected to fundamental properties of QCD, such as confinement and the dynamical breaking of the chiral symmetry. Moreover, it plays an important role in the context of hadron and nuclear structure studies. In particular, a detailed understanding of hadronization is vital for the optimal preparation of the next generation of experiments, such as the Electron-Ion Collider.

- Chris Fryer
- Artemis Spyrou
- Rebecca Surman
- Frank Timmes

- Eve Armstrong
- George Fuller
- Amol Patwardhan
- Ermal Rrapaj

- R. Briceno
- G. Eichmann
- A. Pilloni

- Yacine Mehtar Tani
- Felix Ringer
- Marta Verweij

- Maxwell T. Hansen
- Etsuko Itou
- Huey-Wen Lin
- Konstantinos Orginos

**Goal**

The aim of this school is to introduce students to applications of lattice gauge theory in strongly interacting systems, using a modern teaching style to enhance student learning together with lectures describing the latest advances in the field.

**School Topics**

- Simon Catterall
- Glen Evenbly
- Yannick Meurice
- Alessandro Roggero

Tensor network methods are rapidly developing and evolving in many areas of quantum physics. They offer new ways of computing the properties of strongly interacting quantum matter. They provide new perspectives on theories with sign problems and/or significant entanglement. Tensor network ideas are also closely related to emerging efforts to design algorithms suitable for current and future quantum computing hardware or quantum simulation experiments. This program will bring together experts from a range of scientific fields with a common interest in these new methods.

- J. Liao
- M. Stephanov
- Z. Xu
- H-U. Yee

- Zohreh Davoudi
- Andreas Ekström
- Jason Holt
- Ingo Tews

A sound theoretical description of nuclear forces is pivotal for understanding many important physical observables over a wide range of energy scales and densities, from few-body physics to nuclear-structure observables to astrophysical phenomena. A systematic and precise theory for nuclear Hamiltonians is crucial to providing accurate predictions for these systems with controlled theoretical uncertainties, and to enable meaningful comparisons of theoretical calculations with experimental data and astrophysical observations.

- Aleksey Cherman
- Lukasz Fidkowski
- Srimoyee Sen
- Igor Shovkovy

### 2020

### 2019

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