1st Announcement: sent Fri, 16 Feb 2007
THE XXV INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON LATTICE FIELD THEORY
The LATTICE 2007 conference will take place from July 30 to August 4 at the University of Regensburg, Germany.
Registration and opening reception will be held on July 29 (Sunday) in the evening. The conference program starts on July 30 (Monday) in the morning and concludes on August 4 (Saturday) at lunchtime.
The program requires plenary talks, parallel talks, and a poster session, with the following topics:
- Algorithms and machines
- Applications beyond QCD
- Chiral symmetry
- Hadron spectroscopy
- Hadron structure
- Nonzero temperature and density
- Standard model parameters and renormalization
- Theoretical developments
- Vacuum structure and confinement
- Weak decays and matrix elements
Deadlines for registration and abstract submission will follow in the second announcement. The registration fee has not been set yet but will not be more than 300 Euros. Participants are expected to obtain their own funding. Limited support is available for students and beginning postdocs who cannot obtain sufficient support elsewhere.
The conference web site (see above) contains some information about the conference, including travel to and accommodation in Regensburg. Since Regensburg is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a popular tourist destination, you are advised to book your hotel as early as possible. (A link is provided on the conference web site for this purpose). The conference web site will be updated soon to require more information on the conference and on Regensburg.
This announcement is being sent to the LatticeNews mailing list. Please pass it along to colleagues who have not yet subscribed to this list and might be interested in attending the conference. To register for the LatticeNews list, visit http://denali.physics.indiana.edu/mailman/listinfo/latticenews.
We are looking forward to seeing you in Regensburg.
The LATTICE 2007 Local Organizing Committee:
Gunnar Bali, Vladimir Braun, Christof Gattringer, Meinulf Goeckeler,
Andreas Schaefer, Peter Weisz, Tilo Wettig
Email: lat07 at physik.uni-regensburg.de
© 2006, University of Regensburg, Dept. of Physicscontact: lat07 at physik.uni-regensburg.de