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Lecture Topic : (Math Physics) LATTICE GAUGE THEORY (PhD, Bunk)

PrerequisitesQuantum Mechanics (M2); Quantum Field Theory (QFT) (M2); Quantum Electrodynamics (QED) (M2); Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) (M2); Particle Physics (M2); Gauge Field Theories (M2);

Recommended Text(s) :

“Lattice Gauge Theory : A Challenge in Large-Scale Computing”, B. Bunk & K. H. Mutter & K. Schilling, Plenum, 1986.

Approx price new on (hard copy) : $56

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Lectures and Links :


Lecture 1  (link)

Ch.1   QCD at Finite Temperature and Baryon Number


Lecture 2  (link)

Ch.2   Deconfining Phase Transition and the Continuum Limit of Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics


Lecture 3  (link)

Ch.3   Critical Behavior in Baryonic Matter


Lecture 4 (link)

Ch.4  Monte CarloRenormalization Groups : A Review


Lecture 5  (link)

Ch.5   Langevin Simulations of QCD, Including Fermions


Lecture 6  (link)

Ch.6   The Look-Ahead Fermion Algorithm


Lecture 7  (link)

Ch.7   Dynamical Fermions Using Lanczos


Lecture 8  (link)

Ch.8   QCD withWilsonFermions on Intermediate Size Lattices


Lecture 9  (link)

Ch.9   The Potential Between Static Quarks in SU(2) Lattice Gauge Theory with Dynamical Fermions


Lecture 10  (link)

Ch.10   The SU(2) Chiral Model in an Extern al Field : A Complex Stochastic Process on a Non-Abelian Group


Lecture 11  (link)

Ch.11   The t-Expansion and Lattice QCD


Lecture 12  (link)

Ch.12   Lattice Higgs Models (Review)


Lecture 13  (link)

Ch.13   Relaxation and Correlations in Time in a Finite Volume


Lecture 14  (link)

Ch.14   Topology in Lattice Gauge Theory


Lecture 15  (link)

Ch.15   LargeN QCD: The Eguchi Kawai Approach


Lecture 16  (link)

Ch.16    Hadron Mass Calculation on a 243 x 48 Lattice


Lecture 17  (link)

Ch.17   Calculation of Weak Matrix Elements : Some Technical Aspects


Lecture 18  (link)

Ch.18   The Chiral Limit in Lattice QCD


Lecture 19  (link)

Ch.19   QCD Sum Rules and Spontaneous Breakdown of Chiral Symmetry


Lecture 20  (link)

Ch.20   Potentials


Lecture 21  (link)

Ch.21   Quenched Hadron Masses Using a 164 Lattice


Lecture 22  (link)

Ch.22   A Cornucopia of Lattices


Lecture 23  (link)

Ch.23   The H Particle on the Lattice


Lecture 24  (link)

Ch.24   A New Method for Inverting Fermionic Matrix


Lecture 25  (link)

Ch.25   (Uses of) An Order Parameter for Lattice Gauge Theories with Matter Fields


Lecture 26  (link)

Ch.26  The GF 11 Supercomputer


Lecture 27  (link)

Ch.27   Parallel Computing in Lattice Theory


Lecture 28  (link)

Ch.28   The APE Computer and Lattice Gauge Theory


Lecture 29  (link)

Ch.29   CRAY and QCD


Lecture 30  (link)

Ch.30   Memory and Learning in a Class of Neural  Network Models


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