|Third International Workshop on Numerical Analysis and Lattice QCD|
|Date:||30 June 9:00am - 4 July 5:00pm 2003|
|Venue:||e-Science Institute, 15, South College Street, Edinburgh, Scotland|
|Organising Committee:||Artan Boriçi, Bálint Joó, Tony Kennedy, Brian Pendleton (Edinburgh), Anna Kenway (NeSC), Andreas Frommer (Wuppertal)|
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This Workshop is the third in a sequence which started in 1995 at the University of Kentucky and continued in 1999 with a workshop in Wuppertal. The aim is to bring together applied mathematicians and theoretical physicists to stimulate the exchange of ideas between leading experts in the fields of lattice QCD and numerical analysis.
The workshop is organised jointly by The University of Edinburgh and the UK National e-Science Centre. It promotes scientific progress in lattice QCD as an e-science activity that encourages close collaboration between the core sciences of physics, mathematics and computer science.
In order to achieve more realistic computations in lattice quantum field theory substantial progress is required in the exploitation of numerical methods. In particular, there has been much progress in the formulation of lattice chiral symmetry satisfying the Ginsparg-Wilson relation. Methods for implementing such chiral fermions efficiently is the principal subject of this meeting.
Topics and Introductory Lectures are listed below. For detailed information on the workshop please consult the workshop organisation pages.
Who should attend?
This event is by invitation only; if you require further information please contact the Events Team at the e-Science Institute.
If you would like to attend, please apply for this event using the link below:On-line Application: Please click HERE
Please note online registration will close on 30th May 2003. Thereafter application enquiries should be made directly to our Conference Administrator.
Please use the cyberchair link below for abstract submissions:
Click here to view the proposed accommodation.
The event will be hosted by the e-Science Institute in Edinburgh which is a centre for education and research for e-Science, and provides new state-of-the art facilities including an Access Grid system.
Travel: The e-Science Institute is less than 15 minutes walk from Waverley rail station, and from St Andrews square bus stations. It is approximately 20 minutes by taxi from Edinburgh airport (40 minutes by bus). Please see our web site for a map of the area.