Computational QCD


Introduction to Computational Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD):

Computational Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) stands at the forefront of theoretical particle physics, aiming to understand the strong nuclear force that governs the behavior of quarks and gluons, the building blocks of protons, neutrons, and other hadrons.

Lattice QCD Simulations:

Explore the numerical simulations of QCD on a discrete lattice, a fundamental technique in computational QCD. Investigate how these simulations provide insights into quark confinement, the QCD phase diagram, and hadron spectroscopy.

Hadron Structure and Form Factors:

Delve into computational methods used to study the internal structure of hadrons, including their electromagnetic and weak interaction form factors. Understand how these calculations help decipher the distribution of quarks and gluons within hadrons.

QCD Thermodynamics:

Focus on computational studies of QCD at high temperatures and densities, exploring the properties of the quark-gluon plasma—a state of matter that existed shortly after the Big Bang—and its relevance to heavy-ion collision experiments.

Lattice QCD on Supercomputers:

Examine the utilization of supercomputers and parallel computing techniques for lattice QCD simulations, allowing researchers to perform high-precision calculations and investigate QCD phenomena in extreme environments.

Chiral Symmetry and QCD:

Investigate computational approaches to understanding chiral symmetry breaking in QCD and its implications for the emergence of hadron masses and the Goldstone boson phenomenon.





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