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Amplitudes 2021 - NBIA International Summer School
Provider: Faculty of Science

Activity no.: 5914-21-11-31
Enrollment deadline: 09/08/2021
Date and time09.08.2021, at: 00:00 - 13.08.2021, at: 16:00
Regular seats
ECTS credits2.50
Contact personJulie Meier Hansen    E-mail address: juliemh@nbi.ku.dk
Enrolment Handling/Course OrganiserEmil Bjerrum-Bohr    E-mail address: bjbohr@nbi.ku.dk

This intensive school will cover various modern topics in scattering amplitudes. Topics include post-Minkowskian gravity, QCD phenomenology and scattering amplitudes, amplituhedron and integrability, and celestial amplitudes. The lecture series will focus on presenting one recent significant computation in each of the above topics, going through detailed computations and introducing relevant concepts along the way.

Please see under "Remarks" for further information re. Covid-19.

Guest lecturers (subject to change due to Covid situation)

- Professor Yu-tin Huang, Physics Department National Taiwan University, Taiwan
- Professor Gudrun Heinrich, Max Planck Institute, Germany
- Professor Anastasia Volovich, Department of Physics Brown University, USA

Local lecturers:
- Asc. Prof. N. Emil J. Bjerrum-Bohr
- Professor Poul Henrik Damgaard
- Asst. Prof. Cristian Vergu

2.5 ECTS for active participation and attendance of all lectures, about 5-6 hours a day.
Three hour/day for self-study for work on assigned exercises before tutorial scheduled at the end of every day for questions and exercises.

Important re. Covid-19:

In-person participation will only be allowed if health and travel regulations allow. Planning is under way for simultaneous online participation for those unable to come.

For more info, updates, and registration, please go to the school's webpage:


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