[NCTS Seminar - Particle Physics Journal Club] Monte-Carlo study of lattice gauge-Higgs models
Title：Monte-Carlo study of lattice gauge-Higgs models
Time：2023/03/27 (Mon.) 12:30
Place：R517, New Physics Building, NTU
Lattice field theory is one of the most important methods to investigate non-perturbative properties of quantum field theories. In particular, it is crucial to investigate properties of non-Abelian gauge theories such as color confinement. Basically, gauge-Higgs models have confinement and Higgs phases, and these phases relate to important phenomena in the context of high energy physics and condensed matter physics. In this talk, we would like to show the results of the Monte-Carlo simulation and discuss the phase structure in SU(2) multiple Higgs models. And also, we would like to discuss the mechanism of color confinement in non-Abelian gauge theories.