Lattice Invited Talk

Taku Izubuchi (Brookhaven National Lab)

 Lattice QCD calculations for particle physics

To test our current understanding of the fundamental law of particle
physics, accurate theoretical calculations and precise experimental results are
needed to meaningfully confront each other. The anomalous magnetic moment of
muon, (g-2)_mu, provides one of the most stringent tests of this kind. Current
and future experimental accuracies, 0.54 ppm and 0.14 ppm, respectively, require
theoretical calculations of QCD contributions.  I will review recent progress of
Lattice QCD calculations of (g-2)_mu, including recent algorithmic developments
on statistical and systematic error reductions.