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Scattering Amplitudes & the Multi-Regge Limit 2014




Monday 10


09:55 Welcome

10:00 Lipatov [Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute]

              Effective actions for reggeized gluons & gravitons

11:00 Coffee

11:30 Ivanov [Sobolev Institute of Mathematics, Novosibirsk]

         Mueller-Navelet jets

12:15 Beuf [Santiago de Compostela]

         Improving the kinematics for low-x QCD evolution equations

13:00 Lunch

15:00 Balitsky [JLAB & Old Dominion University]

              High energy scattering & evolution of Wilson lines

16:00 Coffee

16:30 Caron-Huot [Niels Bohr & Princeton IAS] 

         Wilson line factorization and Multi-Regge limit


18:00 Reception at the IFT


Tuesday 11


10:00 Fadin [Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk]

              Impact factors for reggeon-gluon transitions in the next-to-leading order

11:00 Coffee

11:30 Chirilli [Ohio State University]

         Solution of the NLO BFKL equation & gamma^* gamma^* cross-section at NLO

12:15 Grabovsky [Novosibirsk]

         NLO evolution equation for 3-quark Wilson loop with conformal invariance

13:00 Lunch

15:00 Bartels [Hamburg]

         Construction of Regge contributions in N=4 SYM for n=7 in N=4 SYM

16:00 Coffee

16:30 Johansson [CERN]

              Pure Gravities via Color-Kinematics Duality for Fundamental Matter



Wednesday 12


10:00 Papa [Cosenza]

         Calculation of impact factors relevant for QCD processes in MRK & QMRK

10:45 Coffee

11:10 Hentchinski [Brookhaven National Laboratory]

           The Mueller-Tang impact factor at next-to-leading order for quark induced jets

11:50 Chachamis [IFIC Valencia]

          Monte Carlo analysis of MRK & QMRK

12:30 White [Argonne National Laboratory]

          Past, present, and future multi-Regge theory

13:30 Lunch


Thursday 13


10:00 Magnea [Torino]

         Infrared structure of gauge amplitudes in the Regge limit

11:00 Coffee

11:30 Vacca [Bologna]

         Effective action for Reggeon Field Theory & Functional Renormalization Group             

12:15 Sizov [King's College London]

      Quantum Spectral Curve at Work: From Small Spin to Strong Coupling in N=4 SYM

13:00 Lunch

15:00 Basso  [Ecole Normale Superieure]

         Flux-tube methods for scattering amplitudes in planar N=4 SYM theory

16:00 Coffee

16:30 Sprenger [DESY]

         Calculating amplitudes in the multi-Regge regime of strongly coupled N=4 SYM



Friday 14


10:00 White [Glasgow]

         Fun with gravitational Wilson lines

11:00 Coffee

11:30 Colferai [Firenze]

         Improved effective action model & self-consistent metric in planckian scattering

12:30 Vazquez-Mozo [Salamanca]

         Color-Kinematics duality, scalars, and the Regge limit

13:30 Lunch

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