Rethinking the contributions of Alessandro: part I
Welcome and foreword15m
Angelo Rivetti(I.N.F.N. Turin), Emily and/or Oliver D'Adda, Ermanno Vercellin(Unito)
Alessandro D'Adda: a not at all ordinary man25m
The first adventure in string theory with Alessandro25m
I tell the story of a very unusual collaboration called "Ademollo et al." or better "il supergruppo" in which former students and young collaborators of Sergio Fubini and Tullio Regge, including
Alessandro, in the early 70's joined their efforts to transform the dual resonance model into a full-fledged string theory.
Memories of Alessandro25m
Paolo Di Vecchia
Rethinking the contributions of Alessandro: part II
From Regge calculus to D'Adda calculus: the contribution of Alessandro to quantum gravity and matrix models25m
Sapporo-Torino collaboration for lattice supersymmetry25m
I would like to talk about the summary of our collaboration
with Alessandro D’Adda for lattice supersymmetry developed
in last 20 years.
Super Yang-Mills on Lattice with Link Approach and Numerical Simulations25m
Rethinking the contributions of Alessandro: part III
Covariant hamiltonian supergravity25m
Theoretical (kind of) physics of the brain25m
From dual amplitudes to string field theory… and back25m
I give a brief overview on recent results in string field theory (SFT) concerning infrared divergent string amplitudes. SFT is constructed in such a way that it reproduces string amplitudes when these are finite. When these are divergent on the other hand, the amplitudes computed from SFT are finite and unambiguous. These amplitudes capture fundamental quantities like vacuum energy shifts and allow to make firm statements about background independence in string theory.
I take the opportunity to point to historical papers from Alessandro and collaborators which pioneered several topics I discuss.
Rethinking the contributions of Alessandro: part iv