Program on Mathematical Aspects of Scattering Amplitudes

CMSA 20 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA, United States

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Event Series Colloquium

Liouville Theory and Weil-Petersson Geometry

CMSA Room G10 CMSA, 20 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA, United States

Colloquium Speaker: Sarah Harrison (Northeastern University) Title: Liouville Theory and Weil-Petersson Geometry Abstract: Two-dimensional conformal field theory is a powerful tool to understand the geometry of surfaces. Liouville conformal field […]

Event Series Member Seminar

On using ML for Economics

CMSA Room G10 CMSA, 20 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA, United States

CMSA Member Seminar Speaker: Sergiy Verstyuk Title: On using ML for Economics Abstract: I will introduce some tools from the field of machine learning and discuss how they can be leveraged to get […]

Mathematical Aspects of Scattering Amplitudes Lecture

CMSA Room G10 CMSA, 20 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA, United States

Mathematical Aspects of Scattering Amplitudes Lecture Speaker: Jacob Bourjaily, Penn State Title: The Algebraic and Transcendental Structure of Perturbative QFT

Event Series Member Seminar

On the landscape of 4d N=2 SCFTs

CMSA Room G10 CMSA, 20 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA, United States

CMSA Member Seminar Speaker: Robert Moscrop, Harvard CMSA Title: On the landscape of 4d N=2 SCFTs Abstract: Four-dimensional conformal field theories with sufficient (N = 2) supersymmetry are highly constrained. So much […]

Event Series Colloquium

Errors and Correction in Cumulative Knowledge

CMSA Room G10 CMSA, 20 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA, United States

Colloquium Speaker: Madhu Sudan, Harvard University Title: Errors and Correction in Cumulative Knowledge Abstract: Societal accumulation of knowledge is a complex, and arguably error-prone, process. The correctness of new units […]