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Lattice Journal Club  

The Lattice Journal Club talks are intended to give all members of our lattice group (Bachelor, Master, PhD, PostDoc) the opportunity to discuss together topics/papers that are of general interest in our field. The speaker should give an introductory presentation of the topic/paper he/she selected, highlighting why it is interesting and what might be the troublesome points that deserve a discussion. The style of the Journal Club is informal and its aim pedagogical, encouraging discussions within the group on topics of relevance.

Speakers who signed up for talks without having specified a title, are expected to send a title for their seminar latest on the Monday before their talk!

Group members will get a reminder per every week in which we will have a seminar!

Everybody is encouraged to sign up for talks and/or suggest topics using the relevant forms in the webpage any time, not just during the organizational meeting!

About

Journal Club talks are expected to last about 45 minutes. A discussion session will follow, which is expected to last about 15 minutes. Speakers are free to choose whether to deliver a blackboard talk or a beamer talk and hybrid versions are also welcome.

Guidelines for talks and detailed information on the format can be found in our Journal Club Guidelines.

Our guidelines are also summarized in a nice Presentation on Journal Club Guidelines.

After every talk, people in the audience will be invited to fill in an Assessment Questionnaire to provide useful feedbacks to Speakers from the group.

Schedule

22

APR

ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING

  • Friday
  • 14 (c.t.)
  • online

29

APR

CRC Meeting and Colloquium @ TUD

Speaker: Magdalena Djordjevic

  • Friday
  • 14 (s.t.)
  • TUD

06

MAY

TBA​

Speaker: TBA

  • Friday
  • 14 (c.t.)
  • online

13

MAY

Chiral spin symmetry and the phase diagram

Speaker: Owe Philipsen

  • Friday
  • 14 (c.t.)
  • online

20

MAY

Domain decomposition algorithms

Speaker: Volodymyr Chelnokov

  • Friday
  • 14 (c.t.)
  • online

27

MAY

Methods of tree-level improvement of the static potential in SU(2) lattice Yang-Mills theory​

Speaker: Sonja Köhler (BSc seminar)

  • Friday
  • 14 (c.t.)
  • online

03

JUN


NO MEETING

10

JUN

Wilson flow

Speaker: Michael Eichberg

  • Friday
  • 14 (c.t.)
  • online

17

JUN

Strong coupling expansion

Speaker: Cristoph Konrad

  • Friday
  • 14 (c.t.)
  • online

24

JUN

Hamiltonian lattice gauge theory and quantum computing

Speaker: Christopher Winterowd

  • Friday
  • 14 (c.t.)
  • online

01

JUL

The axial anomaly

Speaker: Andreas Halsch

  • Friday
  • 14 (c.t.)
  • online

08

JUL


Examensfeier - NO MEETING

15

JUL

Ulli Wolff

Speaker: Rocco Francesco Basta

  • Friday
  • 14 (c.t.)
  • online

22

JUL

Generalized eigenvalue problem and possible problems due to incorrect sorting of the eigenvalues​

Speaker: Joscha Egger (BSc seminar)

  • Friday
  • 14 (c.t.)
  • online

Suggested topics/papers

Introduction/overview of widely used lattice discretizations
Introduction/overview of widely used lattice methods
Introduction/overview of widely used MC algorithms, smoothing and data analysis techniques
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