Présentation de MULTI-LOOP-2019

The purpose of the workshop will be (1) to review the state of the art in mathematical and computer algebra methods devoted to multi-loop Feynman diagram computations (2) to examine the most recent applications of such techniques in various areas (3) to confront the different approaches and discuss their interplay. The workshop will combine both world-leading experts in the developments of the techniques as well as scientists from various backgrounds (classical and quantum gravitation, particle physics, mathematical physics, gauge theory, integrability, string theory, statistical mechanics, condensed matter physics,...) interested in the application of the techniques to specific problems.

The three main topics that will be covered are :

  • Perturbative computations for gravitational-wave generation (post-Newtonian and -Minkowskian expansion)
  • New mathematical methods (in quantum  field  theory and string theory)
  • Statistical mechanics and condensed matter physics applications
The workshop will be held in Paris at Sorbonne Université from Tuesday 14  to Wednesday 15 of May 2019.
Registration is free of charge but mandatory
(it includes coffee breaks, lunch and conference dinner).
The workshop is supported by FRIF (Fédération de Recherche : Interactions Fondamentales), ILP (Institut Lagrange de Paris), Sorbonne Université, CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique), IPhT (Institut de Physique Théorique de la Direction de la Recherche Fondamentale (DRF)) and ANR (Agence Nationale de la Recherche).
Organizing committee:
Guillaume Faye (SU, CNRS, IAP -- GRECO)
Sofian Teber (SU, CNRS, LPTHE)
Piotr Tourkine (CERN & SU, CNRS, LPTHE)
Pierre Vanhove (IPhT, CEA-Saclay)
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