All 2018 Amplitudes summer school lectures, hosted by Mathematics and Physics (QMAP).


Nima Arkani-Hamed, Zvi Bern, Jacob Bourjaily, Claude Duhr, Eric D'Hoker, Song He, Yutin Huang, Alexander Postnikov.


Scattering amplitudes are the arena where quantum field theory directly confronts experiment, and the precise predictions are crucial for the beyond Standard Model searches at particle colliders such as LHC. At the same time, scattering amplitudes have revealed beautiful and intriguing mathematical structures and patterns which suggest that our fundamental understanding of quantum field theory is far from complete. The study of scattering amplitudes has been a very active area of research over the past few years, with applications ranging from precision calculations for the LHC through new approaches to gauge theories and gravity and ending with exciting connections to pure mathematics.

Student Research Presentations

Cameron Langer, Matteo Parisi, Ryota Kojima, Stefan Stanojevic, Gongwang Yan, Hadleigh Frost, Giulio Salvatori, Nicholas Early, Akshay Yelleshpur Srikant, Julio Parra-Martinez, Ekta Ekta, Simone Zoia, Alex Edison, Gregor Kälin, Michael Enciso, Isobel Nicholson, Mariana Carrillo Gonzalez, Sebastian Mizera, Matthew Heydeman, Alfredo Guevara, Stefan Nekovar, Callum Jones, Zhewei Yin, Shruti Paranjape, James Bonifacio, Marios Hadjiantonis, Christian Broennum-Hansen, Herschel A. Chawdhry, Taushif Ahmed, Vasily Sotnikov, Joe Farrow, Nat Levine, Pranjal Nayak, Sangmin Choi, Michal Pazderka, Vsevolod Chestnov, Sourav Raha, Haoyu Sun, Ana Lucia Retore.