Opportunities for Lattice QCD in quark and lepton flavor physics

@article{Lehner2019OpportunitiesFL,
  title={Opportunities for Lattice QCD in quark and lepton flavor physics},
  author={Christoph Lehner and Stefan Meinel and Thomas Blum and Norman H. Christ and Aida X. El-Khadra and Maxwell T. Hansen and Andreas S. Kronfeld and J. W. Laiho and Ethan T. Neil and Stephen R. Sharpe and Ruth S. Van de Water and Usqcd Collaboration},
  journal={The European Physical Journal A},
  year={2019},
  volume={55},
  pages={1-19}
}
Abstract.This document is one of a series of white papers from the USQCD Collaboration. Here, we discuss opportunities for Lattice QCD in quark and lepton flavor physics. New data generated at Belle II, LHCb, BES III, NA62, KOTO, and Fermilab E989, combined with precise calculations of the relevant hadronic physics, may reveal what lies beyond the Standard Model. We outline a path toward improvements of the precision of existing Lattice QCD calculations and discuss groundbreaking new methods… 
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