USQCD is a collaboration of US scientists developing and using large-scale computers
for calculations in lattice quantum chromodynamics.
Lattice QCD calculations allow us to understand the results of particle and nuclear
physics experiments in terms of QCD, the theory of quarks and gluons.
2022 All Hands Meeting.
April 21–22, 2022, MIT (virtual).
2021 All Hands Meeting.
April 30–May 1, 2021, MIT (virtual).
2020 All Hands Meeting.
May 1–2, 2020, Jefferson Lab (virtual).
2019 All Hands Meeting.
April 26–27, 2019, Brookhaven.
2018 All Hands Meeting.
April 20–21, 2018, Fermilab.
2017 All Hands Meeting.
April 28–29, 2017, Jefferson Lab.
2016 All Hands Meeting.
April 29–30, 2016, Brookhaven.
2015 All Hands Meeting.
May 1–2, 2015, Fermilab.
2014 All Hands Meeting.
April 18–19, 2014, Jefferson Lab.
Lattice QCD Meets Experiment 2014.
March 7–8, 2014, Fermilab.
Lattice Meets Experiment 2013: Beyond the Standard Model. December 5–6, 2013, Brookhaven National Laboratory
2013 All Hands Meeting. April 19–20th, BNL
Lattice Meets Experiment 2012: Beyond the Standard Model. October 26–27, 2012, University of Colorado at Boulder
Summer School: Lattice QCD for Nuclear Physics. August 6–24, 2012, INT, Seattle
2012 All Hands Meeting. May 4–5, FNAL
Intensity Frontier Workshop White Papers, Nov. 29–Dec. 2, 2011: High Intensity Flavor Physics, g−2, Nucleon Properties
Lattice Meets Experiment 2011: Beyond the Standard Model. October 14–15, 2011, Fermilab
Lattice QCD Meets Experiment Workshop 2010. April 26–27, Fermilab
USQCD in the news...
New Scientist: Supercomputer probes famous but messy particle split
Science Now: Mass of the Common Quark Finally Nailed Down
CERN Courier: Tackling the Challenge of Lattice QCD
Symmetry: Computing the Quarks
Nature: Weighty Questions
CERN Courier: QCDOC Computers Study Quarks
CERN Courier: Lattice QCD and CLEO-c
CERN Courier: Joining Up the Dots with the Strong Force
Nature: Lattice Window on Strong Force