New Developments in AdS3/CFT2 HolographyMar, 20 2017 - May, 12 2017
Jan de Boer, Amsterdam U. (Netherlands), Riccardo Borsato, NORDITA (Sweden), Matthias Gaberdiel, ETH Zurich (Switzerland), Olof Ohlsson Sax, NORDITA (Sweden), Alessandro Sfondrini, ETH Zurich (Switzerland),Bogdan Stefanski, jr., London City U. (UK), David Tong, Cambridge U. (UK), Alessandro Torrielli, Surrey U. (UK)
Classical and quantum aspects of the AdS3/CFT2 correspondence (Conference) - May, 02 2017
Recent developments in AdS3 black-hole physics (Focus Week) - Apr, 10 2017
AdS3: theory and practice (School) - Mar, 27 2017
Two of the key problems of modern theories of fundamental interactions are the under-standing of strongly coupled gauge theories and quantum gravity. Holographic duality, through the celebrated work of Maldacena, connects these two seemingly very different problems; it does so via a strong/weak correspondence, making it possible to infer the behavior of strongly coupled gauge theory from a weakly coupled theory of gravity and vice versa. This striking conjecture has fundamentally reshaped the way we think of gauge and gravity theories in the quantum regime.
A quantitative description of gauge/string duals with little or no supersymmetry would likely lead to a much better understanding of strongly coupled phenomena such as confinement or black-hole entropy, making their study an important goal of the community. However, a quantitative framework of generic dualities remains very ambitious. Instead, it may be useful to identify examples which have interesting dynamical behaviour that also retain some simplifying features that allow for a quantitative analysis.
The AdS3 /CFT2 duality is an ideal toy-model for such investigations. Since it has a relatively small amount of supersymmetry (half of the maximally supersymmetric AdS5 /CFT4 example) it allows for a rich dynamics. At the same time, AdS3 /CFT2 plays an important role in a variety of diverse problems in theoretical physics including the strong-coupling dynamics of two-dimensional gauge theories, dynamics of three-dimensional black-holes, quantum instanton moduli space of four-dimensional gauge theory, microscopic entropy counting in five-dimensional black-holes, higher-spin spin symmetries and integrable models, to name but a few. As a result, there are a number of approaches to understanding this duality, each with its own set of tools.
The principal aims of this workshop are:
1. To review recent progress in AdS3 /CFT2.
2. To assemble a critical mass of leading international researchers in order to stimulate collaboration and inspire new developments.
3. To contribute to the research training of young researchers in Italy, Europe and world-wide.
Applications for the workshop and the school closed on October 31. Should you wish to submit a late application, please contact the organisers at email@example.com
- Gauge linear sigma models
- Two-dimensional conformal field theories
- Black holes
- Four-dimensional instantons
- Higher-spin symmetries
|Mar, 19 2018 - 09:59||Efrat Gerchkovitz||to be announced||Seminar|
|Mar, 20 2017 - 11:00||Sumit Das||Entanglement Scaling in Quantum Quenches||Seminar|
|Mar, 21 2017 - 11:00||Per Kraus||Into the bulk with conformal blocks||Seminar|
|Mar, 23 2017 - 11:00||Chris Hull||Strings, fields and geometry||Seminar|
|Mar, 23 2017 - 14:30||David Tong||On Particle-Vortex Duality||Seminar|
|Mar, 23 2017 - 16:00||Massimo Bianchi||On micro-state geometries of 4-d black-holes and their stringy origin||Seminar|
|Mar, 24 2017 - 11:00||Takuya Okuda||Supersymmetric vortex defects in two dimensions||Seminar|
|Apr, 03 2017 - 11:00||Shlomo Razamat||2d dualities from 3d dualities||Seminar|
|Apr, 04 2017 - 10:15||Efrat Gerchkovitz||to be announced||Seminar|
|Apr, 04 2017 - 11:30||Eva Llabres & Charlotte Sleight||Spinning (geodesic) Witten diagrams||Seminar|
|Apr, 07 2017 - 10:15||Ida Zadeh||to be announced||Seminar|
|Apr, 07 2017 - 11:30||Romuald Janik||Gluing and wrapping: from the Octagon to the SFT vertex||Seminar|
|Apr, 19 2017 - 11:00||Antal Jevicki||Solving the SYK Model||Seminar|
|Apr, 20 2017 - 11:00||Daniel Grumiller||Soft Heisenberg hair on AdS3||Seminar|
|Apr, 20 2017 - 14:30||George Jorjadze||SL(2,R) string in light-cone gauge||Seminar|
|Apr, 21 2017 - 11:00||Bo Sundbord||Profiles of stringy and higher spin black holes||Seminar|
|Apr, 26 2017 - 11:00||Sergey Frolov||Free field representation of the Zamolodchikov-Faddeev algebra and form factors of the SU(N) x SU(N) Principal Chiral Field model||Seminar|
|Apr, 27 2017 - 11:00||Cheng Peng||Vector models and generalized SYK models||Seminar|
|Apr, 27 2017 - 14:30||Joris Raeyemaekers||Multi-centered AdS3 solutions: from conformal blocks to W-branes||Seminar|
|Apr, 28 2017 - 14:00||Ben Hoare||3d kappa-Poincare R-matrix and scattering in 3 dimensions||Seminar|
|Apr, 28 2017 - 15:15||Marius de Leeuw||One-point functions in AdS/CFT||Seminar|
|May, 08 2017 - 11:00||Alexandre Belin||Universality of Sparse d>2 Conformal Field Theory at Large N||Seminar|
|May, 09 2017 - 11:00||Yunfeng Jiang||Integrable defects and entanglement entropy||Seminar|
|May, 10 2017 - 11:00||Sanjaye Ramgoolam||Combinatorics and geometry of primary fields in free four dimensional CFTs||Seminar|
|May, 11 2017 - 11:00||Danilo Diaz||On holographic Weyl anomalies and Rényi entropy coefficients||Seminar|
|May, 12 2017 - 11:00||Yuji Satoh||A world-sheet approach to T-folds||Seminar|