The purpose of these tables is to maintain a schedule of scientific talks and discussions relevant to your program.


Before you depart, PLEASE fill out an activity report and report your publications to KITP. The KITP needs feedback from the community: this not only serves help to improve and develop our services; it also provides an evaluation tool that is crucial to our continued funding.

Any manuscript for which the KITP's facilities are used, and any research which is started and/or completed at the KITP should have the following acknowledgment: This research was supported in part by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. NSF PHY11-25915. Please also list the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics as an institutional affiliation, if at all possible.

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Week 1
Time
Place*
Speaker
Title
Comments, Links,...
Mon, Apr 3
1:30pm
SSR
All Participants
Organizational meeting

Wed, Apr 5
10:30 am
SSR
Oliver Schlotterer
Strings tying gauge theories to gravity and scalar theories

Wed, Apr 5
1:30 pm
Aud
Arkady Tseytlin
Comments on conformal higher spin theory

Fri, Apr 7
10:30am
SSR
J.J. Carrasco and H. Johansson
Einstein-Yang-Mills amplitudes, spontaneous symmetry breaking, mass and equivalence


Week 2
Time
Place*
Speaker
Title
Comments, Links,...
Mon, Apr 10
10:30am
Aud
All Participants
Andy Strominger
Organizational meeting
Lecture 1 on Infrared structure of gauge theory
Lecture notes:
https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.05448
Mon, Apr 10
1:30 pm
Aud
Andy Strominger
Lecture 2 on Infrared structure of gauge theory

Wed, Apr 12
10:30am
SSR
Matt von Hippel
Bootstrapping Higher-Loop Amplitudes in Planar N=4 sYM

Wed, Apr 12
1:30pm
Aud
Tomek Lukowski
Integrable spin chains for scattering amplitudes


Week 4
Time
Place*
Speaker
Title
Comments, Links,...
Mon, Apr 24
1:30pm
SSR
Ruth Britto
Cut integrals: residues, geometry, and relations
https://arxiv.org/abs/1702.03163
Wed, Apr 26
10:30 am
AUD
James Stankowicz
Solving Landau Equations and Planar Three-Loop N = 4 super-Yang–Mills

Fri, Apr 28
10:30am
AUD
All participants
Jacob Bourjaily
Grassmannian Discussion


Week 5
Time
Place
Speaker
Title
Comments, links,/...
Mon
May 1
1:30 pm
AUD
Bo Feng
Expansion of EYM amplitude and BCJ numerator
arXiv:1703.01269
arXiv:1702.08158
Organizational Meeting
May 1 is not a holiday in the United States.
Wed
May 3
10:30 am
AUD
Eric D'Hoker
Topics in superstring amplitudes beyond tree level

Wed
May 3
1:30 am
AUD
Yvonne Geyer
Ambitwistor Strings beyond tree level

Fri
May 5
10:30 am
AUD
Tim Adamo,
Eric D'Hoker,
Arthur Lipstein, Ricardo Monteiro, Stephan Stieberger etc.
Discussion: Standard string theory and twistor string theory beyond tree level.


Week 6
Time
Place
Speaker
Title
Comments, links,/...
Mon
May 8
12:00pm
AUD
Lance Dixon
KITP Director's blackboard lunch:
Scattering amplitudes: the most perfect microscopic structures in the universe

Mon
May 8
1:30 pm
AUD
Chia-Hsien Shen
The Kinematic Algebra of the Nonlinear Sigma Model

Organizational meeting
Wed
May 10
10:30 am
AUD
Nima Arkani-Hamed
Spacetime Reconstruction from the S-Matrix

Wed
May 10
1:30 am
AUD
Nima Arkani-Hamed
On the Geometry and Algebra of Loops

Fri
May 12
10:30 am
AUD
Enrico Herrmann
Prescriptive Unitarity


Week 7
Time
Place
Speaker
Title
Comments, links,/...
Mon
May 15
1:30pm
AUD
Till Bargheer
Analytic continuations: From the multi-collinear tothe multi-Regge limit

Wed
May 17
10:30 am
AUD
Lance Dixon
Gluing Ladders into Fishnets
See 1705.03545
Wed
May 17
1:30 am
AUD
Florian Loebbert
Yangian Symmetry for Fishnet Feynman Graphs
See 1704.01967
Fri
May 19
10:30 am
AUD
Yang Zhang
Feynman/Baikov representations, IBPs and differential equations


Week 8
Time
Place
Speaker
Title
Comments, links,/...
Mon
May 22
1:30pm
AUD
Xi Yin
The c=1 string theory S-matrix revisited

Wed
May 24
10:30 am
AUD
Niklas Beisert
Yangian symmetry and integrability
of planar N=4 sYM theory

Wed
May 24
1:30 pm
AUD
Radu Roiban
On generalized double copy or double copy
without manifest color/kinematics duality


Week 9
Time
Place
Speaker
Title
Comments, links,/...
Wed
May 31
10:30 am
AUD
Johannes Broedel
One-loop open-string amplitudes:
a laboratory for elliptic multiple zeta values

Wed
May 31
1:30 pm
AUD
Dhritiman Nandan
Multi-soft gluons and current algebras at null infinity
See 1610.03841

Week 10
Time
Place
Speaker
Title
Comments, links,/...
Mon
June 5
1:30pm
AUD
Steve Giddings
Gravitational scattering at high energies (overview/discussion)

Wed
June 7
10:30 am
AUD
Walter Goldberger
Classical gravitational radiation and the double copy 1

Wed
June 7
1:30 pm
AUD
Walter Goldberger
Classical gravitational radiation and the double copy 2

Fri
June 9
1:45 pm
MSR
Donal O'Connell
Perturbative black holes from the double copy


Week 11
Time
Place
Speaker
Title
Comments, links,/...
Mon
June 12
1:30pm
AUD
Piotr Tourkine
Higher-loop amplitude monodromy relations in string and gauge theory
arXiv:1608.01665
Wed
June 14
10:30 am
AUD
Callum Jones
Soft Theorems and Effective Field Theory

Wed
June 14
1:30 pm
AUD
Yu-tin Huang
On the exactness of the subleading soft theorems

Fri
June 16
10:30 am
AUD
Lionel Mason
From null geodesic scattering to the gravitational S-matrix

Week 12
Time
Place
Speaker
Title
Comments, links,/...
Mon
June 19
1:30pm
AUD
David Poland
From Bootstrap to Gravity

Wed
June 21
10:30 am
AUD
Julio Para-Martinez
Towards the origin of enhanced cancellations in gravity theories

Wed
June 21
1:30 pm
AUD
David Kosower
Evanescence, curvature and the anomaly

Week 13
Time
Place
Speaker
Title
Comments, links,/...
Mon
June 26
1:30pm
AUD
Marco Chiodaroli
Yang-Mills-Einstein amplitudes from the double copy

Wed
June 28
10:30 am
AUD
Eduardo Casali
Scattering on plane waves and the double copy

Wed
June 28
1:30 pm
AUD
Mao Zeng
Unitarity cuts and UV divergences

The purpose of these tables is to maintain a schedule of scientific talks and discussions relevant to your program.


Before you depart, PLEASE fill out an activity report and report your publications to KITP. The KITP needs feedback from the community: this not only serves help to improve and develop our services; it also provides an evaluation tool that is crucial to our continued funding.

Any manuscript for which the KITP's facilities are used, and any research which is started and/or completed at the KITP should have the following acknowledgment: This research was supported in part by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. NSF PHY11-25915. Please also list the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics as an institutional affiliation, if at all possible.