8-12 June 2020
Padova
Europe/Rome timezone

Exact techniques are invaluable tools to advance our understanding of physical phenomena. They have played a crucial role in the development of theoretical physics since its very inception, and continue to unveil deeper and deeper mathematical and physical structures thereof. This conference will review major latest advances obtained by means of exact techniques, with particular emphasis on


- Exact results in string and quantum field theory
- Exact results in AdS/CFT
- Integrable models, their deformations and applications
- Two- and higher-dimensional CFTs and SCFTs
- Bootstrap approaches to CFT and QFT
- Scattering amplitudes


The conference is planned to feature around 20 invited scientific talks by renowned senior scientists and young emerging leaders in their fields, on research topics which are of general interest and reflect the latest advances in the above topics. Given the broad and inter-disciplinary scope of the meeting, speakers will strive to be particularly pedagogical. The program will also include ample time for discussions.

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Europe/Rome
Padova
Aula Ippolito Nievo
Via VIII Febbraio n. 2 35122 Padova

Organizing Committee:
Riccardo Borsato (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela)
Marius de Leeuw (Trinity College, Dublin)
Kurt Lechner (Uni PD & INFN PD)
Pieralberto Marchetti (Uni PD & INFN PD)
Marco Matone (Uni PD & INFN PD)
Alessandro Sfondrini (ETH Zurich)
Dmitri Sorokin (INFN, Sezione di Padova)
Stijn van Tongeren (Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin)
Roberto Volpato (Uni PD & INFN PD)
Paola Zenere (Uni PD) – Conference Secretary

Scientific Advisory Committee:
Niklas Beisert (ETH Zurich)
Giulio Bonelli (SISSA, Trieste & INFN TS)
Davide Fioravanti (INFN, Sezione di Bologna)
Sergey Frolov (Trinity College, Dublin)
Luca Griguolo (Uni Parma & INFN PR)
Igor Klebanov (IAS, Princeton)
Charlotte Kristjansen (Niels Bohr Inst., Copenhagen)
Juan Maldacena (IAS, Princeton)
Giuseppe Mussardo (SISSA, Trieste & INFN TS)
Silvia Penati (Uni Milano Bicocca & INFN MIB)
Valentina Giangreco Puletti (Uni Iceland)
Emery Sokatchev (LAPTH, Annecy)
Matthias Staudacher (Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin)
Roberto Tateo (Uni Torino & INFN TO)
Arkady Tseytlin (Imperial College, London)