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DESCRIPTION:Title: \;Adding flavors to strong interactions\n\nAbstract:
\;Quantum-Chromodynamics -- the field theory of strong interactions -
is extremely successful in describing the physics of quarks and gluons.&n
bsp\; In a lattice simulation of QCD we can artificially increase the numb
er of quarks' species -- quarks' flavours -- and study how fundamental iss
ues like mass generation and symmetry breaking are related to the interpla
y of flavor symmetry and gauge dynamics. It turns out that when the number
of flavors grows large\, chiral symmetry is no longer spontaneously broke
n\, \;the theory is infrared conformal and strongly interacting. \
; After reviewing the theoretical predictions and possible phenomenologica
l implications\, the talk will focus on recent lattice results at zero and
non-zero temperature\, Evidence for the conformal phase and its anomalous
dimension will be presented. It will be shown that this cold exotic phase
is continuously connected to the physical strongly interactive quark gluo
n plasma\, while its \;precursor effects \;might be used to study
beyond-the-standard-model mechanisms of electroweak symmetry breaking.\n\n
HEP Apr26 flyer\n
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SUMMARY:High Energy Physics Seminar: Dr. Maria Paola Lombardo\, INFN
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\nAbstract: \;Quantum-Chromodynamics -- the field theory of strong interactions -
is extremely successful in describing the physics of quarks and gluons.&n
bsp\; In a lattice simulation of QCD we can artificially increase the numb
er of quarks' species -- quarks' flavours -- and study how fundamental iss
ues like mass generation and symmetry breaking are related to the interpla
y of flavor symmetry and gauge dynamics. It turns out that when the number
of flavors grows large\, chiral symmetry is no longer spontaneously broke
n\, \;the theory is infrared conformal and strongly interacting. \
; After reviewing the theoretical predictions and possible phenomenologica
l implications\, the talk will focus on recent lattice results at zero and
non-zero temperature\, Evidence for the conformal phase and its anomalous
dimension will be presented. It will be shown that this cold exotic phase
is continuously connected to the physical strongly interactive quark gluo
n plasma\, while its \;precursor effects \;might be used to study
beyond-the-standard-model mechanisms of electroweak symmetry breaking.

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\nHEP Apr26 flyer

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