Quantum techniques can offer a fresh perspective on the problems posed by lattice gauge theories. Applying these techniques to lattice gauge theories, nevertheless, poses its own set of challenges. The topic has matured in the last years thanks to the combined effort of experts from different fields, i.e. High Energy and Condensed Matter Physics, Quantum Information and Applied Mathematics. Only a close collaboration of these different research areas will allow its effective progress.
Following up on the previous MITP workshop celebrated in February 2017, this interdisciplinary workshop aims at articulating the necessary exchange among experts from different communities by ensuring sufficient time for discussions and contributions at different levels.
This workshop is organized by Mari Carmen Bañuls (MPQ), Alessio Celi (UAB), Karl Jansen (DESY) and Simone Montangero (Uni. Padova).
MITP seeks to bring together physicists with common scientific interests for discussions and collaborations. One-week topical workshops offer the opportunity to concentrate on a specific topic in a comprehensive schedule. Up to 30 scientists may participate in the workshop. Workshops usually take place on campus to enable contacts to physicists from local research groups.
MITP offers all its participants office space and access to computing facilities during their stay. In addition, MITP will cover local housing expenses for accepted participants. The MITP team will be happy to arrange the accommodation according to the individual needs of the participants.
More detailed information on the logistics will be provided by email as the workshop approaches. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.