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Lectures Archive 2013
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The c/a theorem and QFT in curved spacetime
Graham Shore, Swansea University
The c/a theorem is a fundamental result in quantum field theory constraining the nature of renormalization group flows and the relation of UV and IR physics. In the first part of these lectures, we will review early attempts to generalise the 2dim Zamolodchikov ctheorem to ...
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Bound states in gauge theory
Paul Hoyer, University of Helsinki
The aim of understanding hadrons as bound states of QCD motivates a study of how atoms emerge in QED perturbation theory. The properties of atoms in motion illuminate relativistic effects on bound states, such as Lorentz contraction in quantum physics. The Dirac equation results from ...
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Higher spin theories
Dario Francia, Scuola Normale Superiore Pisa
In these lecture we shall provide an introduction to the basics of higherspin theory. We shall start with the general structure of the free theory (metriclike and framelike approaches in flat and (A)dS bkg, for symmetric and mixedsymmetry fields) to then move to ...
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Introduction to Gauge Theory
An advanced course titled 'Introduction to Gauge Theory' will be given by José Figueroa O'Farrill, Bernd Schroers, Brendan Owens and Christian Sämann as part of the Scottish Mathematical Sciences Training Centre (SMSTC) this September. The course will cover the geometry of gauge theory and applications of gauge theory in ...
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