BK21FOUR Lecture Series: Light-Front QCD in Hadron Physics I

by Chueng-Ryong Ji (North Carolina State University)

206호 (제1과학관)




This is the first lecture of the 2-hour lectures on light-front QCD in hadron physics.
(2nd lecture: https://indico.knu.ac.kr/event/502/)

There have been enormous progresses in the application of Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) in hadron physics. In particular, the light-front dynamics proposed by Dirac in 1949 provides a useful first-principle tool for investigating QCD in hadron physics. The aim of this lecture series is to introduce the audiences the basics of Light-Front Field Theory, in particular Light-Front QCD, and to prepare them with some useful theoretical tools for the research in hadron physics. 

online & in-person

ZOOM Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88121709132?pwd=MzIySDFtVWNaTVo1Rk42cVdTc0tUZz09

About the lecturer: https://physics.sciences.ncsu.edu/people/crji/ 

Host: Prof. Yongseok Oh