This is the kick-off meeting of the Inter-American Network of Networks of QCD Challenges and being hosted at CFNS.
This project focuses on designing and establishing a network of networks across the United States, Canada and Latin America to accelerate the process of tackling QCD challenges in nuclear physics. It will enable the training of students, postdoctoral researchers, and early-career scientists in international multi-team nuclear physics projects that will have a strong participation of networks from this region. Such activities will promote the integration of nuclear physics communities across the Americas. It will also serve to identify ethics norms and scientific guidelines for U.S.-led network-to-network projects in nuclear physics.
This meeting will be organized in hybrid format, so both in-person and virtual participation will be possible. Due to COVID, in-person participation is by invitation only.
For virtual participation we will be using Zoom (password via email to registered participants).
This AccelNet-Design project is supported by the National Science Foundation. This event is part of the CFNS workshop/ad-hoc meeting series. See the CFNS conferences page for other events.