Review of nuclear physics results from EFTs and lattice QCD
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I present an overview of recent progress in the study of nuclear physics in lattice QCD and provide a perspective of the role of effective field theory in this context. Emphasis is placed on the physics of systems of multiple baryons, including scattering systems and light nuclei and hypernuclei. After briefly introducing relevant aspects of lattice QCD methodology, I review the recent developments that are enabling nuclear physics to be studied from the underlying theory of the Standard Model and discuss the difficulties particular to these lattice QCD calculations.
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Physics; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Center for Theoretical Physics
Proceedings of Xth Quark Confinement and the Hadron Spectrum — PoS (Confinement X)
Detmold, William. “Review of Nuclear Physics Results from EFTs and Lattice QCD.” Proceedings of Xth Quark Confinement and the Hadron Spectrum — PoS(Confinement X), 8-12 October, 2012, Munich, Germany, Sissa Medialab, 2012. © The Author
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