Schedule Jan 14, 2004
Next-to-Leading Order QCD Programs: Status and Prospects
John Campbell (Argonne)

We review the state-of-the-art next-to-leading order (NLO) QCD programs that are available to aid our understanding of present and future collider physics experiments. Following a discussion of current challenges and open problems, we will discuss recent novel advances in methods for performing NLO calculations. These provide exciting opportunities for broadening the scope of NLO programs to complicated processes that, while experimentally interesting, are not calculable at present.

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