Phase transitions in a non-perturbative regime can be studied by ab initio Lattice Field Theory methods. The status and future research directions for LFT investigations of Quantum Chromo-Dynamics under extreme conditions are reviewed, including properties of hadrons and of the hypothesized QCD axion as inferred from QCD topology in different phases. We discuss phase transitions in strong interactions in an extended parameter space, and the possibility of model building for Dark Matter and ElectroWeak Symmetry Breaking. Methodological challenges are addressed as well, including new developments in Artificial Intelligence geared towards the identification of different phases and transitions.

Phase transition in particle physics: Results and perspective from lattice Quantum Chromodynamics / Aarts G.; Aichelin J.; Allton C.; Athenodorou A.; Bachtis D.; Bonanno C.; Brambilla N.; Bratkovskaya E.; Bruno M.; Caselle M.; Conti C.; Contino R.; Cosmai L.; Cuteri F.; Del Debbio L.; D'Elia M.; Dimopoulos P.; Di Renzo F.; Galatyuk T.; Guenther J.N.; Houtz R.; Karsch F.; Kotov A.Y.; Lombardo M.P.; Lucini B.; Maio L.; Panero M.; Pawlowski J.M.; Pelissetto A.; Philipsen O.; Rago A.; Ratti C.; Ryan S.M.; Sannino F.; Sasaki C.; Schicho P.; Schmidt C.; Sharma S.; Soloveva O.; Sorba M.; Wiese U.-J.. - In: PROGRESS IN PARTICLE AND NUCLEAR PHYSICS. - ISSN 0146-6410. - STAMPA. - 133:(2023), pp. 104070-104181. [10.1016/j.ppnp.2023.104070]

Phase transition in particle physics: Results and perspective from lattice Quantum Chromodynamics

Conti C.;
2023

Abstract

Phase transitions in a non-perturbative regime can be studied by ab initio Lattice Field Theory methods. The status and future research directions for LFT investigations of Quantum Chromo-Dynamics under extreme conditions are reviewed, including properties of hadrons and of the hypothesized QCD axion as inferred from QCD topology in different phases. We discuss phase transitions in strong interactions in an extended parameter space, and the possibility of model building for Dark Matter and ElectroWeak Symmetry Breaking. Methodological challenges are addressed as well, including new developments in Artificial Intelligence geared towards the identification of different phases and transitions.
2023
133
104070
104181
Aarts G.; Aichelin J.; Allton C.; Athenodorou A.; Bachtis D.; Bonanno C.; Brambilla N.; Bratkovskaya E.; Bruno M.; Caselle M.; Conti C.; Contino R.; Cosmai L.; Cuteri F.; Del Debbio L.; D'Elia M.; Dimopoulos P.; Di Renzo F.; Galatyuk T.; Guenther J.N.; Houtz R.; Karsch F.; Kotov A.Y.; Lombardo M.P.; Lucini B.; Maio L.; Panero M.; Pawlowski J.M.; Pelissetto A.; Philipsen O.; Rago A.; Ratti C.; Ryan S.M.; Sannino F.; Sasaki C.; Schicho P.; Schmidt C.; Sharma S.; Soloveva O.; Sorba M.; Wiese U.-J.
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