Lattice QCD for nuclear physics

Detmold, William
November 2013
AIP Conference Proceedings;Nov2013, Vol. 1563 Issue 1, p163
Academic Journal
A brief overview of the current and expected contributions of lattice QCD to various aspects of low-energy nuclear physics is presented. Recent investigations of light nuclei, hyperon-nucleon and nucleon-nucleon interactions are discussed and a first investigation of multi-hadron structure is highlighted.


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