08:30

Registration
(KBW Lecture Hall)

09:15

Opening
(KBW Lecture Hall)

09:30

Fluctuations of conserved charges

Stefan Krieg
(Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

10:00

Conserved charge fluctuations and the QCD phase diagram
 Dr
Christian Schmidt
(Universitaet Bielefeld)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

10:30

 Coffee Break 

11:00

QCD at imaginary chemical potential with Wilson fermions

Andrei Alexandru
(KBW Lecture Hall)

11:30

Fluctuations of strangeness and charm from Lattice QCD

Sayantan Sharma
(KBW Lecture Hall)


09:00

Towards a description of cold and dense QCD with an effective lattice theory

Owe Philipsen
(University of Frankfurt)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

09:30

Derivation and test of an effective lattice theory for finite density
 Dr
Jens Langelage
(ETH Zuerich)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

10:00

Effective Polyakov line action and the sign problem
 Dr
Jeff Greensite
(San Francisco State University)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

10:30

 Coffee Break 

11:00

The phase diagram of QCD in the strong coupling limit, and how to go further

Philippe de Forcrand
(ETH Zurich)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

11:30

Gauge corrections to the Strong Coupling limit: Numerical results
 Mr
Wolfgang Unger
(ITP Frankfurt)
(KBW Lecture Hall)


09:00

Simulating full QCD at nonzero density using the complex Langevin equation
 Dr
Denes Sexty
(Uni Heidelberg)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

09:30

Complex Langevin for chiral Random Matrix Theory at nonzero chemical potential

Kim Splittorff
(KBW Lecture Hall)

10:00

Langevin with meromorphic drift: problems and partial solutions
 Dr
Erhard Seiler
(MaxPlanckInstitut füir Physik)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

10:30

 Coffee Break 

11:00

Approaching finite density QCD using Complex Langevin Simulation
 Prof.
IonOlimpiu Stamatescu
(Univ. Heuidelberg)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

11:30

Complex Langevin dynamics for SU(3) gauge theory with a theta term

Bongiovanni
(KBW Lecture Hall)


09:00

Nature of phase transitions in finite temperature and density QCD with manyflavors
 Dr
Shinji Ejiri
(Niigata University)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

09:30

The critical surface of QCD in the heavy quark region
 Dr
Hana Saito
(DESY, NIC)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

10:00

The densityofstates approach for dense matter MonteCarlo simulations
 Prof.
Kurt Langfeld
(Plymouth University)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

10:30

 Coffee Break 

11:00

QCD with one flavor and the sign problem at fixed thetaangle
 Prof.
Jacobus Verbaarschot Verbaarschot
(Stony Brook University)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

11:30

Surprising phase structures for Wilson and twisted mass fermions
 Dr
Mario Kieburg
(Universität Bielefeld)
(KBW Lecture Hall)


12:00

 Lunch 

14:00

Dual variables approach to finite density lattice field theories

Christof Gattringer
(Universität Graz)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

14:30

The dual representation as a tool to check expansion methods

Ydalia Delgado
(KBW Lecture Hall)

15:00

Worm algorithms: from loops to surfaces, from spin models to gauge theories
 Prof.
Ulli Wolff
(HU Berlin)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

15:30

 Tea 

16:00

Bold Diagrammatic Monte Carlo for Fermionic and Fermionized Systems

Boris Svistunov
(University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

16:30

Frustrated magnetism via bold diagrammatic Monte Carlo

Oleg Starykh
(University of Utah)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

17:00

Solution to sign problems in particlehole symmetric spinless fermion systems.
 Prof.
Shailesh Chandrasekharan
(Duke University)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

17:30

 Welcome Reception 


12:00

 Lunch 

14:00

Nonzero isospin density

Detmold
(KBW Lecture Hall)

14:30

Isospin chemical potential and magnetic fields

Gergely Endrodi
(KBW Lecture Hall)

15:00

Taming the sign problem using tensor renormalization
 Prof.
Yannick Meurice
(University of Iowa)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

15:30

 Tea 

16:00

EMMI

Carlo Ewerz
(EMMI, GSI Darmstadt)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

16:15

Theta dependence of 4D SU(N) gauge theories at finite temperature
 Prof.
ettore vicari
(physics department, university of Pisa)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

16:45

Exploring the phase structure of YangMills theories in the presence of a theta term

Massimo D'Elia
(University of Pisa and INFN)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

17:45

Poster Session
(until 19:45)
(KBW Lecture Hall)


12:00

 Lunch 

14:00

The Lefschetz thimbles and the sign problem
 Dr
Luigi Scorzato
(TIFPA)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

14:30

Hybrid Monte Carlo on Lefschetz Thimbles  A study of the residual sign problem
 Prof.
Yoshio Kikukawa
(Institute of Physics, the University of Tokyo)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

15:00

Langevin and Lefschetz

Aarts
(KBW Lecture Hall)

15:30

 Tea 

16:00

Pierre van Baal
 Prof.
Jacobus Verbaarschot Verbaarschot
(Stony Brook University)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

16:10

Subsets in QCD (I)
 Dr
Falk Bruckmann
(Regensburg University)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

16:40

Subsets in QCD (II)
 Dr
Jacques Bloch
(University of Regensburg)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

17:40

 Banquet 


12:00

 Lunch 

14:00

Atomic Quantum Simulation of Abelian and nonAbelian Gauge Theories
 Prof.
UweJens Wiese
(Bern University)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

14:30

New tools for characterizing Lattice gauge theories, tensor networks and quantum simulators

Taggliacozzo
(KBW Lecture Hall)

15:00

Realtime dynamics without Hamiltonians
 Dr
Debasish Banerjee
(Albert Einstein Center, University of Bern)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

15:30

 Tea 

16:00

Worldline approach to lattice QCD at finite coupling

Helvio Vairinhos
(University of Porto)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

16:30

Complex saddle points in QCD at finite density
 Dr
Hiromichi Nishimura
(University of Bielefeld)
(KBW Lecture Hall)

