Amplitudes in the LHC eraOct, 15 2018 - Nov, 23 2018
Vittorio Del Duca, ETH Zürich & INFN LNF, Claude Duhr, CERN & Uni. Louvain, Falko Dulat, SLAC
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Theoretical tools for precision physics (Conference) - Oct, 29 2018
Scattering amplitudes describe the high-energy interactions of elementary particles and are central to theoretical predictions for processes at the "Large Hadron Collider" (LHC) at CERN in Geneva. Recent years have revealed that scattering amplitudes hide a wealth of mathematical structure, whose study is not only interesting in its own right, but may eventually lead to a new approach to perform computations in particle physics. A lot of progress is being made regarding the computation of perturbative amplitudes in gauge and gravity theories, resulting in a novel interdisciplinary field of research connecting algebraic geometry and number theory to string and gauge theories, and thus eventually to LHC phenomenology through the computation of precision observables. The aim of this program is to bring together experts from theoretical physics and mathematics in order to advance our understanding of the mathematics underlying scattering amplitudes in field and string theory. Ultimately, the goal will be to deepen our knowledge of the mathematics underlying theoretical physics and to use advances in pure mathematics and string theory to develop powerful new computational tools for scattering amplitudes and precision predictions for collider experiments.
- Differential equations, iterated integrals and elliptic functions.
- Algebraic structures associated to scattering amplitudes.
- Loop integrands, ambitwistors and algebraic geometry.
- Integrable structures in scattering amplitudes.
- Multi-loop computations for LHC physics.
|Oct, 15 2018 - 14:30||V. Del Duca||Welcome||Introduction|
|Oct, 16 2018 - 14:30-15:30||Chris Wever||The Higgs pT distribution||Talk||Slides|
|Oct, 17 2018 - 14:30-15:30||Nicolas Deutschmann||Associated bbH production||Talk||Slides|
|Oct, 18 2018 - 14:30-15:30||Tiziano Peraro||Functional reconstruction of multi-loop QCD amplitudes||Talk|
|Oct, 19 2018 - 14:30-15:30||Franz Herzog||Geometric subtraction for real radiation at NNLO||Talk||Slides|
|Oct, 22 2018 - 14:30||Falko Dulat||Welcome||Introduction|
|Oct, 23 2018 - 14:30-15:30||Lorenzo Magnea||Factorization and Subtraction beyond NLO||Talk||Slides|
|Oct, 25 2018 - 14:30-15:30||Ruth Britto||Reduction of hypergeometric integrals||Talk|
|Oct, 26 2018 - 14:30-15:30||Alex Ochirov||IR structure of two-loop four-gluon amplitude in N=2 SQCD||Talk||Slides|
|Nov, 05 2018 - 14:30-15:00||Claude Duhr||Welcome||Introduction|
|Nov, 05 2018 - 15:00-16:00||Jorrit Bosma||Maximal Cuts in Arbitrary Dimension in the Baikov Representation||Talk|
|Nov, 06 2018 - 14:30-15:30||Giulio Salvatori||Positive Geometries for 1-loop Integrands||Talk|
|Nov, 07 2018 - 14:30-15:30||Matt von Hippel||Calabi-Yaus and Other Animals||Talk||Slides|
|Nov, 08 2018 - 14:00-15:00||Andrew McLeod||Cluster Algebras, Steinmann Relations, and the Lie Cobracket in planar N=4 sYM||Talk||Slides|
|Nov, 08 2018 - 15:00-16:00||Pierpaolo Mastrolia||Feynman Integrals and Intersection Theory||Talk|
|Nov, 09 2018 - 10:30-11:30||Lance Dixon||Feynman at 100||Talk||Slides|
|Nov, 12 2018 - 15:00-15:30||Claude Duhr||Introduction||Introduction|
|Nov, 13 2018 - 14:30-15:30||Piotr Tourkine||Higher loop integrand relationship in gauge theories at higher loops from string theory||Talk|
|Nov, 14 2018 - 14:30-15:30||Jan PLefka||New results for Einstein-Matter amplitudes||Talk|
|Nov, 15 2018 - 14:30-15:30||Zhengwen Liu||Scattering equations in Multi-Regge Kinematics||Talk|
|Nov, 16 2018 - 14:30-15:30||James Matthew||Steps Toward a Two Loop Graphical Coproduct||Talk|