1 Suffolk St. London SW1Y 4HG, United Kingdom
*Suggested arrival date: Sunday, May 1, 2016

The Organizing Committee

Misha Gekhtman (Notre Dame)
Amihay Hanany (Imperial College)
Jonathan Hauenstein (Notre Dame)

Yang-Hui He (City University, London)
Malte Probst (University of Heidelberg)

Mathematics has built a strong foundation for solving various problems in physics. In recent years, a number of exciting advances in high energy physics have been developed by using the newly discovered mathematical objects called cluster algebras. Cluster algebras have been uniquely suited for simplifying and carrying out massive calculations (e.g., related to scattering amplitudes), and formalizing and unifying key observations previously made by theoretical physicists. This workshop will bring together both leading world experts and young researchers working on applications of mathematical theory of quivers and bipartite graphs to problems in high energy physics.

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The Conference is supported by the National Science Foundation, Notre Dame Department of Mathematics, the Notre Dame College of Science, and the Center for Mathematics at Notre Dame.


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