Sep 10 – 12, 2018
CFNS Stony Brook
US/Eastern timezone

Quantum entanglement has emerged as a universal phenomenon underlying the behavior of strongly interacting systems across vastly different scales. This workshop will address the use of methods based on quantum entanglement to address open problems in hadron structure and thermalization in high energy collisions. We plan to bring together experts working on the theory and applications of quantum entanglement in high energy, nuclear, condensed matter, and cold atom physics with the goal of finding new approaches to the long-standing problems of quark confinement and hadron structure. 

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