Dubna International Advanced School of Theoretical Physics
Helmholtz International Summer School

Lattice QCD, Hadron Structure and
Hadronic Matter

1. Fundamental courses

• M. Mueller-Preussker, Humboldt-University Berlin (Germany) ”Introduction to lattice gauge theory I” Lect. 1-4

• K. Jansen, NIC, DESY-Zeuthen (Germany) ”Introduction to lattice gauge theory II” Part 1 Parts 2 and 3 Part 4

• A. Sternbeck, University Regensburg (Germany)/Jena (Germany) ”Simulations with (hybrid) Monte Carlo Algorithms” Lect. notes Tutorial.tar.gz

• O. Philipsen, University Frankfurt (Germany) ”QCD at high temperature and baryonic density” Lect. 1 Lect. 2 Lect. 3 Lect. 4 Exercises

• C. Hoelbling, University Wuppertal (Germany) ”Lattice hadron spectroscopy” Lect. 1-4

• M. Goeckeler, University Regensburg (Germany) ”Hadron structure from lattice QCD” Lect.pdf

• M. Golterman, San Francisco State University (USA) ”Chiral perturbation theory” Lecture notes in eprint 0912.4042.pdf

• A. Walker-Loud, College of William & Mary and Jefferson Lab. (USA) ”Connecting QCD to nuclear physics with the lattice Notes to lect. 1 Notes to lect. 2 and 3 Notes to lect 4 Slides for lect. 4

2. Future experiments

• F. Maas, Helmholtz Institute Mainz (Germany) ”Low energy precision physics” Lect. 1 and 2

• O. Rogachevsky, JINR Dubna ”Perspectives for relativistic nuclear physics at the NICA accelerating complex” Lect.

• G. Trubnikov, JINR Dubna ”Accelerator complex NICA: a low energy heavy ion collider” Lect.

3. Theoretical topical lectures

• V. Bornyakov, IHEP Serpukhov and ITEP Moscow (Russia) ”Color-magnetic monopoles in finite temperature QCD” Lect. 1 and 2.

• G. Endrodi, University Regensburg (Germany) ”External magnetic fields in lattice QCD” Lect. 1 and 2.

• P. Buividovich, University Regensburg (Germany) ”Anomalous transport phenomena: lattice perspective” Parts 1-2

• O. Teryaev, BLTP, JINR Dubna (Russia) ”Rotating QCD media” Lect. 1 Lect. 2

• D. Smith, Technical University Darmstadt (Germany) ”Graphene as lattice field theory” Lect. 1-3

4. Programming techniques on hybrid architectures

Lectures and tutorials by the heterogeneous computations group of the JINR Laboratory of Information Technologies (LIT)

• D. Podgainy, "Excursion to the Central Information and Computing Complex of LIT"

• O. Streltsova, "Introductory talk" Lect.

• E. Alexandrov, "Introduction to work on the cluster" Lect.

• E. Zemlyanaya, "OpenMP parallel programming technology" Lect.

• T. Sapozhnikova, "MPI parallel programming technology" Lect.

• O. Streltsova and M. Zuev, "Parallel programming with CUDA" Tut. 1 Tut. 2

• A. Ayriyan, "OpenCL parallel programming technology" Tut.

• LIT group, "Practical training: comparison of GPU, multi-core CPU and IntelXeonPhi coprocessor approaches" HybriLIT user instruction   HybriLIT manual

5. Posters

A. Agadjanov (Bonn University), V. Bernard, Ulf-G. Meißner, A. Rusetsky, "Electroweak probes in the presence of resonances on the lattice" .pdf

D. Agadjanov (Bonn University), A. Rusetsky, Ulf-G. Meißner,"Partial twisting for scalar mesons" .pdf

• S. Antropov (Dnipropetrovsk Nat. Univ.),
“Fitting of Binder Cumulants in SU(2) lattice thermodynamics” .pdf

• K. U. Can (Tokyo Inst. of Technology) et al,
“Electromagnetic structure of charmed baryons” .pdf

M. Denissenya (Graz Univ.), L. Ya . Glozman, C. B. Lang,
“Symmetries of mesons after unbreaking of chiral symmetry” .pdf * Named among the best!

T. M Doi (Kyoto Univ.), H. Suganuma, T. Iritani ,
“Lattice QCD study for relation between quark confinement and chiral symmetry breaking” .pdf * Named among the best!

M. Ferreira (Coimbra Univ.), P. Costa, C. Providencia, O. Lorenco, T. Frederico,
“Inverse magnetic catalysis within (P)NJL models” .pdf

• J. Günther (Wuppertal Univ.),
"The electroweak transition and the equation of state in the SU(2)-Higgs-model" .pdf * Named among the best!

• L. Holicki (Tech. Univ. Darmstadt, Instituk fuer Kernphysik),
”The deconfinement phase transition in SU(2) lattice gauge theory” .pdf

• J. Hua (Mainz Univ.),
“Calculation and fitting of Nucleon form factors from lattice QCD” .pdf

• O. Kochetkov (Regensburg Univ.),
“Deconfinement transition in two-flavour lattice QCD with dynamical overlap fermions in an external magnetic field” .pdf

N. Kumar (Nat. Inst. of Technology, Jalandhar) and H. Dahiya
“Generalized Parton Distributions and Gravitational Form Factors in Light cone model” .pdf

A. Ivanov and O. Pavlovsky (Moscow State Univ.),
“Monte-Carlo calculations for Relativistic Oscillator” .pdf

• N. Kolomoyets (Dnipropetrovsk Nat. Univ.),
“Spontaneous vacuum magnetization in pure SU(3) LGT” .pdf

• A.Francis, O. Kaczmarek, M. Mueller, F. Meyer (Bielefeld Univ.,)
“Mesonic spectral functions and transport properties in the quenched QCD continuum” .pdf

• P. Mohanta (NISER, Bhubaneswar) and S. Basak,
“Heavy Hadron Spectra using NRQCD Action” .pdf

A. A. Nikolaev (Far Easten Fed. Univ.), M.V. Ulybyshev,
“Hexagonal lattice model of the AA-stacked bilayer graphene” .pdf

M. Padmanath (Graz Univ.), R. G. Edwards, N. Mathur and M. J. Peardon,
“Exited state spectroscopy of charm baryons using lattice QCD” .pdf

• F. Burger, M. Müller-Preussker, E.-M. Ilgenfritz, and A. M. Trunin (BLTP JINR)
"Comparison of gradient flow with other smearing techniques applied to Nf = 2 + 1 + 1-flavour QCD at nonzero temperature" .pdf

M. Puhr (Regensburg Univ.), P. Buividovich,
“A method to calculate conserved currents and fermionic force for the Lanczos Approximation to the Overlap Dirac Operator” .pdf

• S. Valgushev (ITEP Moscow)
“Numerical simulations of graphene in external magnetic field” .pdf * Named among the best!

• L. Varnhorst (Wuppertal Univ.),
“The Nf=3 critical endpoint at mu=0 with smeared staggered quarks” .pdf

• J. Bulava, M. Della Morte, J. Heitger, C. Wittemeier (Muenster Univ.),
“Non-perturbative renormalization of axial current in Nf=3 lattice QCD with Wilson fermions and tree-level improved gauge action” .pdf