For a two week period between the 22nd August until the 2nd of September the NBIA and NBI theory groups will host a Copenhagen conference.
A wide range of topics will be addressed. New computational methods, many of which have their origin in string theories, have deepened our understanding of perturbative gauge theory amplitudes. At the same time, holography has provided a new tool to study gauge theory theory phenomena at strong coupling. We are now beginning to see their impact in predictions for both SM and BSM phenomenology and understanding non-perturbative QCD.
The focus will be on:
- Physics beyond the standard model
- New structures in scattering amplitudes
- Strings at strong coupling