New Frontiers in Theoretical Physics XXXVI Convegno Nazionale di Fisica Teorica

Cortona (Arezzo)

Cortona (Arezzo)

Palazzone Scuola Normale Superiore

  • Alberto Lerda
  • alberto merlano
  • Alberto Santambrogio
  • Aldo Cotrone
  • Alessandro Nada
  • Alessandro Podo
  • Alessio Caddeo
  • Alfredo Bonini
  • Andrea Marzolla
  • Andrea Mitridate
  • Anna Ceresole
  • Antonello Provenzale
  • Arsenii Titov
  • Asja Jelic
  • Carlo Heissenberg
  • Carlo Maccaferri
  • Claudio Bonanno
  • Damiano Anselmi
  • Daniele Dominici
  • Dario Francia
  • Davide Billo
  • Eligio Lisi
  • Enrico Olivucci
  • Enrico Onofri
  • Ferruccio Feruglio
  • Filippo Camilloni
  • Fiorenza Donato
  • Francesco Bigazzi
  • Francesco Galvagno
  • Francesco Sgarlata
  • Fulvia De Fazio
  • Fulvio Ricci
  • Gabriele Martelloni
  • Gabriele Spada
  • Gabriele Tartaglino-Mazzucchelli
  • Gabriella Ardizzoia
  • Gaetano Luciano
  • Gian Paolo Vacca
  • Gianluca Grignani
  • Giulio Francesco Aldi
  • Giulio Salvatori
  • Giuseppe Clemente
  • Guido Martinelli
  • Igor Pesando
  • Ivano Basile
  • Jose Francisco Morales
  • Kenichi Konishi
  • Leonardo Castellani
  • Leonardo Trombetta
  • Lorenzo Bartolini
  • Lorenzo Bianchi
  • Lorenzo Maffi
  • Lorenzo Quintavalle
  • Luca Griguolo
  • Luca Mattiazzi
  • Luca Smaldone
  • Luciano Petruzziello
  • Lucrezia Ravera
  • Luigi Delle Rose
  • Mahmoud Safari
  • Manuel Accettulli Huber
  • Marco Billo'
  • Marco CIRELLI
  • Marco Muccino
  • Marco Panero
  • Marco Piva
  • Marco Rossi
  • Maria Cristina Diamantini
  • Maria Paola Lombardo
  • Marialuisa Frau
  • Marisa Bonini
  • Massimiliano Lattanzi
  • Matteo Azzola
  • Matteo Parisi
  • Matteo Poggi
  • Michael Korsmeier
  • Michelangelo Mangano
  • Michelangelo Preti
  • Michele Caselle
  • Michele Lupattelli
  • Niccolò Cribiori
  • Nicola Gorini
  • Nicolao Fornengo
  • Nicolò Primi
  • Noppadol Mekareeya
  • Orlando Luongo
  • Paolo Gambino
  • Pasquale Calabrese
  • Pietro Ferrero
  • pietro grassi
  • Raffaella Burioni
  • Remo Garattini
  • Riccardo Antonelli
  • Riccardo Finotello
  • Sandro Uccirati
  • Sara Bonansea
  • Silvia Penati
  • Simone Mezzasoma
  • Stefania De Curtis
  • Stefano Baiguera
  • stefano bolognesi
  • Stefano Giusto
  • Stefano Lanza
  • Stefano Massai
  • Tetyana Pitik
  • Valentina Forini
  • Vito Antonelli
  • vittorio del duca
    • 8:40 AM
      Registration and Opening
    • Morning Session
      • 1
        Lepton Flavour Universality in B decays
        B decays mediated by both charged currents and neutral currents have provided hints of violation of lepton flavour universality. I shortly review the present experimental results and the global fits when new physics is invoked. I illustrate a plausible SM extension providing an explanation of the anomalies in terms of new physics at or above the TeV scale and described by an effective field theory. Finally, I discuss the main constraints to this general framework: the impact of electroweak radiative corrections on a consistent interpretation of the data and the constraints coming from collider physics.
        Speaker: Ferruccio Feruglio (Padova University)
      • 2
        Particle cosmology: from neutrinos to stringy inflation
        Cosmological observations represent a powerful tool to constrain particle physics, often complementary to laboratory experiments. In my talk I will focus on two distinct examples of such an interplay between cosmology and particle physics, namely neutrino physics and inflation. After briefly reviewing the relevant cosmological datasets, in the first part of the talk I will show how observations of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) and of the distribution of large scale structures (LSS) in the Universe constrain the properties of the relic neutrinos, as well as of additional light relic particles in the Universe like sterile neutrinos, axions or majorons. In the second part of the talk, I will discuss how string-inspired model of inflation can explain the observed "low-ell anomaly" in the CMB power spectrum, i.e., the lack of large-scale correlations.
        Speaker: Massimiliano Lattanzi (Università di Ferrara)
    • 10:50 AM
      Coffee Break
    • Parallel Sessions (Aula 2)
      • 3
        Beyond Positivity Bounds in EFTs
        Speaker: Francesco Sgarlata (SISSA)
      • 4
        Propagation of information in turning flocks of starling
        Speaker: Asja Jelic (ICTP)
      • 5
        The SU(3) equation of state with non-equilibrium methods
        Speaker: Alessandro Nada (DESY)
      • 6
        Topological properties of the CP^{N-1} models in the large-N limit
        Speaker: Claudio Bonanno
    • Parallel Sessions (Sala Papacello)
      • 7
        AdS5 black strings in the stu model of FI-gauged N = 2 supergravity
        Speaker: Matteo Azzola (Università degli Studi di Milano and INFN Milano)
      • 8
        New D-term and de Sitter vacua in supergravity
        Speaker: Niccolò Cribori (University of Padova)
      • 9
        Hidden Symmetries of Supersymmetric Free Differential Algebras
        Speaker: Lucrezia Ravera (INFN, Sezione di Milano)
      • 10
        Curvature squared invariants in 6D N=(1,0) supergravity
        Speaker: Gabriele Tartaglino-Mazzucchelli (KU-Leuven)
    • 1:00 PM
    • Afternoon Session
      • 11
        Nambu-Goldstone Composite Higgs(es)
        I’ll review the implications of composite Higgs scenarios from a theoretical and phenomenological point of view. They represent a natural possibility for the Electroweak Symmetry Breaking induced by a strong dynamics giving rise to new composite particles. These are ideal targets for the LHC program because they can produce visible effects without conflict with direct bounds.
        Speaker: Stefania De Curtis (INFN Firenze)
      • 12
        Entanglement and thermodynamics in non-equilibrium isolated quantum systems
        Entanglement and entropy are key concepts standing at the foundations of quantum and statistical mechanics. In the last decade the study of the non-equilibrium dynamics of isolated quantum systems revealed that these two concepts are intricately intertwined. Although the unitary time evolution ensuing from a pure initial state maintains the system globally at zero entropy, at long time after the quench local properties are captured by an appropriate statistical ensemble with non zero thermodynamic entropy, which can be interpreted as the entanglement accumulated during the dynamics. Therefore, understanding the post-quench entanglement evolution unveils how thermodynamics emerges in isolated quantum systems.
        Speaker: Pasquale Calabrese (SISSA)
    • 4:10 PM
      Coffee Break
    • Parallel Sessions (Aula 2)
      • 13
        Supersymmetry versus Compositeness: 2HDMs tell the story
        Speaker: Luigi Delle Rose (University of Firenze)
      • 14
        On the role of neutrino mixing in accelerated proton decay
        Speaker: Luciano Petruzziello
      • 15
        Dynamical generation of fermion mixing
        Speaker: Luca Smaldone (University of Salerno)
      • 16
        Viability of A4, S4 and A5 Lepton Flavour Symmetries
        Speaker: Arsenii Titov (IPPP, Durham University)
    • Parallel Sessions (Sala Papacello)
      • 17
        Twining Genera of K3
        Speaker: Nicola Gorini (University of Padova)
      • 18
        Localization of effective actions in Open Superstring Field Theory
        Speaker: Alberto Merlano (University of Torino and INFN)
      • 19
        Elliptic non-Abelian DT invariants
        Speaker: Matteo Poggi (SISSA)
      • 20
        Higher-Spin Asymptotic Symmetries, Charges and Soft Theorems
        Speaker: Carlo Heissenberg (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa)
    • Morning Session
      • 21
        Still searching for Dark Matter
        I will briefly overview the current Dark Matter theory panorama, and the phenomenology of the searches. I will put some emphasis on some emerging directions that depart from the beaten path.
        Speaker: Marco Cirelli (LPTHE Jussieu)
      • 22
        Holographic correlators and the information paradox
        Some signatures of information loss are imprinted in the correlators containing the heavy operators dual to the black hole microstates. By using the classical geometries dual to particular microstates, we will compute some of these correlators and show how information is preserved already in the large N limit.
        Speaker: Stefano Giusto (University of Padova)
    • 10:50 AM
      Coffee Break
    • Parallel Sessions (Aula 2)
      • 23
        On the Lagrangian formulation of Gravity as a double-copy of two Yang-Mills theories
        Speaker: Pietro Ferrero (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa)
      • 24
        Poincaré shapes the 3-point scattering amplitude for any masses and spins. And BMS?
        Speaker: Andrea Marzolla (University of Firenze)
      • 25
        Amplituhedron meets Jeffrey-Kirwan Residue
        Speaker: Matteo Parisi (University of Oxford)
      • 26
        Hyperbolic Geometry and Amplituhedra in 1+2 dimensions
        Speaker: Giulio Salvatori (University of Milano)
    • Parallel Sessions (Sala Papacello)
      • 27
        Production cross sections of cosmic antiprotons
        Speaker: Michael Korsmeier (Torino University)
      • 28
        Bounds on the Dark Matter lifetime from Cosmic Dawn
        Speaker: Andrea Mitridate (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa)
      • 29
        Dark Matter from adjoint fermions
        Speaker: Alessandro Podo (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa)
      • 30
        Consistent models of Dark Energy after GW170817 and GRB170817A
        Speaker: Leonardo Trombetta (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa)
    • 1:00 PM
    • Afternoon Session
      • 31
        Superstrings, lattice and AdS/CFT
        I will discuss perturbative and non-perturbative approaches to the quantization of the superstring sigma-models relevant in AdS/CFT, reporting in particular on the use of lattice field theory methods in this context.
        Speaker: Valentina Forini (City University London and Humboldt Univerisity Berlin)
      • 32
        Earth’s climate as a complex system
        Planetary climates are complex systems composed of many interacting components. In the case of Earth, the atmosphere, oceans, cryosphere, geosphere and biosphere interact nonlinearly on a multitude of spatial and temporal scales, generating feedback mechanisms that lead both to climate variability on all time scales, as well as to long-term stability of the climate system that has allowed life persistence in the last 3.5 billion years. In this lecture, I shall review some of the basic feedback mechanisms that control Earth climate, addressing the role of the biosphere and the physical and chemical characteristics that make our planet habitable. The role of anthropic influence on climate, mainly through emission of greenhouse gases and land-use changes, if finally discussed, together with possible climate change mitigation options such as carbon capture and sequestration.
        Speaker: Antonello Provenzale (CNR Institute of Geosciences and Earth Resources)
    • 4:00 PM
      Coffe Break
    • Parallel Sessions (Aula 2)
      • 33
        Fakeons, Lee-Wick models and quantum gravity
        Speaker: Damiano Anselmi (University of Pisa)
      • 34
        Modified Unruh effect from Generalized Uncertainty Principle
        Speaker: Gaetano Luciano (University of Salerno)
      • 35
        The ultraviolet behavior of quantum gravity with fakeons
        Speaker: Marco Piva (University of Pisa)
    • Parallel Sessions (Sala Papacello)
      • 36
        Wilson lines as superconformal defects in N=2 theories
        Speaker: Lorenzo Bianchi (Queen Mary University of London)
      • 37
        Correlators between Wilson loop and chiral operators in N=2 conformal gauge theories
        Speaker: Francesco Galvagno (University of Torino and INFN)
      • 38
        A new hat for the ABJM matrix model: exact computation of latitude Wilson loops
        Speaker: Luca Griguolo (Parma University)
    • Special Session
      • 39
        GenHET- The new EU Working Group on gender issues in Theoretical Physics
        The new permanent EU Working Group on the gender issue in Theoretical Physics will be presented, with primary focus on its origin, motivations, its composition, aims, present and future activities. The talk will be followed by an open discussion to which everybody will be invited to participate.
        Speaker: Silvia Penati (University of Milano-Bicocca)
    • 6:30 PM
      Aperitivo Wine and Cheese
    • Morning Session
      • 40
        Flavor Physics for Non-Experts
        Several aspects of flavour physics, including the recent experimental ``anomalies” in leptonic decays,  are critically reviewed  and future developments discussed.
        Speaker: Guido Martinelli (University of Rome La Sapienza)
      • 41
        Localization and non-perturbative dynamics in supersymmetric gauge theories
        I review localization techniques and their applications to the study of supersymmetric gauge theories.
        Speaker: Francisco Morales (INFN, Section of Rome "Tor Vergata")
    • 10:50 AM
      Coffee Break
    • Parallel Sessions (Aula 2)
      • 42
        Gravitational lensing by black holes: theory and applications
        Speaker: Giulio Francesco Aldi (University of Salerno)
      • 43
        Entropy for a Rotating Black Hole
        Speaker: Remo Garattini (University of Bergamo)
      • 44
        Black hole microstates in string theory
        Speaker: Stefano Massai (University of Chicago)
      • 45
        Volume and complexity for warped AdS black holes
        Speaker: Stefano Baiguera (University of Milano-Bicocca)
    • Parallel Sessions (Sala Papacello)
      • 46
        Confinement and asymptotic freedom with Cooper pairs
        Speaker: Maria Cristina Diamantini (University of Perugia)
      • 47
        Integrability of Fishnet QFT in any dimension
        Speaker: Enrico Olivucci (University of Hamburg)
      • 48
        Planar N=4 Wilson loops/amplitudes and Integrability
        Speaker: Alfredo Bonini (University of Bologna)
      • 49
        Strongly deformed N=4 SYM in the double scaling limit as an integrable CFT
        Speaker: Michelangelo Preti (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris)
    • 1:00 PM
    • Afternoon Session
      • 50
        Neutrino Masses and Mixings: Status and Challenges
        The status of neutrino masses and mixings within the standard three-neutrino framework is presented. The combination of current data coming from oscillation experiments provides interesting constraints on the known mass-mixing parameters, as well as intriguing hints on the unknown ones. Concerning the latter, particularly interesting indications are emerging in favor of nearly maximal leptonic CP violation and of normal (i.e., quark-like) mass spectrum ordering, while the octant of the largest mixing angle remains undetermined. The combination of oscillation and non-oscillation data (coming from neutrinoless double beta decay searches and from cosmological surveys) is shown to set bounds to the absolute neutrino mass scale in the sub-eV range. We also discuss some of the challenges posed by the completion of the standard three-neutrino framework and by the search for new physics beyond it.
        Speaker: Eligio Lisi (INFN, Bari)
      • 51
        Amplitudes (in the Standard Model and beyond)
        In the last few years, a lot of progress has been made in understanding the analytic and algebraic structure of multi-loop scattering amplitudes. I shall review some of that progress for amplitudes at weak coupling.
        Speaker: Vittorio Del Duca (ETH Zurich and INFN LNF)
    • 4:10 PM
      Coffee Break
    • Parallel Sessions (Aula 2)
      • 52
        From the Sakai-Sugimoto Model to the Generalized Skyrme Model
        Speaker: Lorenzo Bartolini (University of Pisa)
      • 53
        Holographic phase transition in N=4 defect theory
        Speaker: Sara Bonansea (University of Florence)
      • 54
        Three-forms: from Supergravity To Flux Compactifications
        Speaker: Stefano Lanza (University of Padova)
    • Parallel Sessions (Sala Papacello)
      • 55
        The natural structure of scattering amplitudes
        Speaker: Manuel Accettulli-Huber (University of Padova)
      • 56
        Renormalization group and epsilon expansion for multicritical box^k scalar theories
        Speaker: Mahmoud Safari (University of Bologna and INFN)
      • 57
        Spectral Methods in Causal Dynamical Triangulations
        Speaker: Giuseppe Clemente (University of Pisa and INFN)
      • 58
        λφ^4 at NNNNNNNNLO
        Speaker: Gabriele Spada (SISSA)
    • Morning Session
      • 59
        Gravitational Waves; where we are where we go
        The observations of gravitational waves from the merger of binary black holes and from a binary neutron star coalescence followed by a set of astronomical measurements is the first striking example of investigating the universe by multi-messenger astronomy. In this talk we review these results and then we will focus on the middle and long term evolution of the gravitational wave detectors with emphasis to their perspectives for the advancement on physics and astronomy.
        Speaker: Fulvio Ricci (University of Rome Sapienza & INFN Sezione di Roma)
      • 60
        LHC and beyond: future perspective for High Energy Physics
        Speaker: Michelangelo Mangano (CERN)
    • 10:50 AM
      Coffee Break
    • Final Session
      • 61
        Future challenges for INFN
        Speaker: Fernando Ferroni (University of Roma La Sapienza and INFN)