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Aspects of Amplitudes
from 13 June 2016 to 02 July 2016 Nordita, Stockholm
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Scattering amplitudes in relativistic quantum theories possess a multitude of remarkable hidden structures and correspondences. They are of vital importance for high-precision comparisons of theory and experiment at the LHC, yet they also have the promise of revealing fundamentally new approaches to quantum field theory and of exposing interrelations that unify gauge theories, gravity, and string theory. This program will provide a meeting ground to communicate the current themes and recent progress in various areas of theoretical physics touched by scattering amplitudes. This includes N = 4 SYM, higher-loop QCD, perturbative gravity, string amplitudes, polylogarithms, Grassmannians and the amplituhedron, soft theorems, twistor strings, color-kinematics duality and double-copy properties of gravity, supergravity UV behavior, and more.

Participants include:

  • Samuel Abreu
  • Alexandros Anastasiou
  • Simon Badger
  • Niklas Beisert
  • Marcus Berg
  • Johan Bijnens
  • Emil Bjerrum-Bohr
  • Rutger Boels
  • Jacob Bourjaily
  • Lars Brink
  • Andreas Brandhuber
  • Johannes Broedel
  • Simon Caron-Huot
  • John Joseph Carrasco
  • Eduardo Casali
  • Marco Chiodaroli
  • Lance Dixon
  • Claude Duhr
  • Oluf Engelund
  • Bo Feng
  • Marialuisa Frau
  • Einan Gardi
  • Yvonne Geyer
  • Monica Guica
  • Murat Gunaydin
  • Song He
  • Johannes Henn
  • Enrico Herrmann
  • Yu-tin Huang
  • Harald Ita
  • Gregory Korchemsky
  • David Kosower
  • Kirill Krasnov
  • Kasper Larsen
  • Alberto Lerda
  • Carlos Mafra
  • Lorenzo Magnea
  • Lionel Mason
  • Raffaele Marotta
  • David McGady
  • Joseph Minahan
  • Ricardo Monteiro
  • Matin Mojaza
  • Dhritiman Nandan
  • Josh Nohle
  • Alexander Ochirov
  • Donnal O’Connell
  • Olof Ohlsson Sax
  • Erik Panzer
  • Ettore Remiddi
  • Radu Roiban
  • Rodolfo Russo
  • Robert Schabinger
  • Oliver Schlotterer
  • Chia-Hsien Shen
  • Vladimir Smirnov
  • Stephan Stieberger
  • David Skinner
  • Marcus Spradlin
  • Martin Sprenger
  • Bo Sundborg
  • Lárus Thorlacius
  • Piotr Tourkine
  • Gabriele Travaglini
  • Jaroslav Trnka
  • Pierre Vanhove
  • Leonardo Vernazza
  • Anastasia Volovich
  • Christopher White
  • Matthias Wilhelm
  • Ellis Yuan
  • Yang Zhang

Application deadline: 15 March 2016. Application form.

The program will be immediately followed by the Amplitudes 2016 International Conference 4-8 July, 2016.

The program is supported through funding from Nordita, Uppsala University and the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation.

Nordita Uppsala University Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation


Dates: from 13 June 2016 09:00 to 02 July 2016 18:00
Location: Nordita, Stockholm
Room: 122:026
Chairs: JOHANSSON, Henrik
BERN, Zvi
DI VECCHIA, Paolo
BRITTO, Ruth
ARKANI-HAMED, Nima

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