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SUMMARY:Antipodal (Self)-Duality in Planar N=4 Super-Yang-Mills Theory
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UID:indico-contribution-2959-12346@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Lance Dixon ()\nIn planar N=4 super-Yang-Mills theor
y\, some scattering amplitudes and form factors that evaluate to multiple
polylogarithms can be bootstrapped\, or constructed without knowing the pr
ecise Feynman integrals\, in some cases through eight loops. This allows a
window into high orders of perturbation theory for certain scattering pro
cesses. Remarkably\, the 6-gluon amplitude and the 3-gluon form factor of
the chiral stress tensor multiplet are related by a mysterious “antipoda
l” duality. This duality incorporates the antipode map of the Hopf alge
bra for multiple polylogarithms\, which reverses all the entries in the sy
mbol\, thus exchanging the role of branch cuts and derivatives. It has be
en checked now through eight loops. Moreover\, it is a consequence of an
antipodal self-duality (ASD) of the 4-gluon form factor. Although ASD has
only been checked through two loops\, it reduces to the previous duality
in (multi)-collinear limits\, suggesting that it too holds to all orders.
The underlying physical reason for the duality is still a mystery\, and i
t remains unclear whether any version of it holds in more general theories
or processes.\n\nhttps://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/1234
6/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12346/
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SUMMARY:Computing motives: an approach to irrationality proofs for periods
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230215T090000Z
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UID:indico-contribution-2959-12340@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Daniel Juteau ()\nFollowing Francis Brown\, I will e
xplain why certain questions in number theory\, like irrationality of zeta
values\, make it desirable to be able to compute some mixed Tate motives
of moduli spaces. Then I will explain an algorithm devised by Clément Dup
ont in his Ph.D. thesis for that purpose\, and its implementation in the p
ackage MotivesForBiarrangements\, which uses CAP (Categories\, Algorithms\
, and Programming)\, a GAP project developed in Siegen.\n\nhttps://indico.
scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12340/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12340/
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SUMMARY:Amplitudes\, Ansätze and Algebraic Geometry
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230215T103000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230215T110000Z
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UID:indico-contribution-2959-12341@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Ben Page ()\nMulti-particle scattering amplitudes be
yond tree level are complicated functions of many variables. In practical
computations\, amplitudes are organized as a linear combination of transce
ndental functions with rational functions as coefficients. The computation
of these rational functions in cutting-edge cases poses a significant cha
llenge. In the modern approach\, these rational functions are computed by
using numerical evaluations to constrain an Ansatz. An important problem i
s thus to construct Ansätze for the rational functions that contain very
few free parameters.\n\nIn this talk\, we discuss an approach to construct
ing compact Ansätze for rational functions in amplitudes by making use of
their non-trivial behavior in singular limits. This behavior imposes powe
rful constraints on the analytic structure of the rational functions\, whi
ch we then use to construct compact partial fractions Ansätze. Understand
ing and implementing these constraints is a non-trivial problem that we so
lve using tools from (computational) algebraic geometry. Specifically\, we
interpret the constraints as statements of membership of the numerator of
the rational function to certain "ideals" of polynomials\, as prescribed
by the "Zariski-Nagata" theorem. We will discuss the computational bottlen
ecks which arise in this framework\, as well as potential directions for b
reaking them.\n\nhttps://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12341
/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12341/
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SUMMARY:Massively parallel computer algebra and its application to the com
putation of Feynman integrals
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DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230214T150000Z
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UID:indico-contribution-2959-12337@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Janko Böhm ()\nIn this talk\, I will first discuss
the Singular/GPI-Space project which aims to bring together computer algeb
ra systems and the workflow management system GPI-Space to perform massive
parallel computations. I will illustrate how GPI-Space leverages a coord
ination language based on the idea of Petri nets to efficiently model algo
rithms. Focusing on specific use cases\, I will demonstrate how our approa
ch can be applied\, with a particular emphasis on algorithmic methods for
Feynman integrals in high-energy physics.\n\nhttps://indico.scc.kit.edu/ev
ent/2959/contributions/12337/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12337/
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SUMMARY:Intersection Numbers from Electromagnetism to Quantum Field Theory
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230216T110000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230216T120000Z
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UID:indico-contribution-2959-12358@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Pierpaolo Mastrolia ()\nElaborating on the recent de
velopments concerning Feynman integrals' calculus\, I shall introduce Inte
rsection Theory for twisted de Rham co-homology\, and mainly discuss the i
mpact of Intersection Numbers on the Vector-Space structure of special fun
ctions appearing in Mathematics and Physics.\n\nhttps://indico.scc.kit.edu
/event/2959/contributions/12358/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12358/
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SUMMARY:Faster modular IBP solving via Ratracer and tricks
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230214T160000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230214T163000Z
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UID:indico-contribution-2959-12534@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Vitaly Magerya ()\nI'd like to present Rational Trac
er\, a solver of systems of Integration-By-Parts relations (and more) base
d on modular arithmetic methods\, and explain how using new programming id
eas we can achieve lower evaluation times and higher flexibility for pract
ical IBP solving.\n\nhttps://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/1
2534/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12534/
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SUMMARY:Integration-By-parts-Reduction using syzygies
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230214T153000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230214T160000Z
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UID:indico-contribution-2959-12338@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Bakul Agarwal (KIT)\nIntegration By parts Reduction
to master integrals is an essential step in most modern multi-loop scatter
ing amplitude calculations. In recent years\, IBP reduction based on syzyg
y methods has become increasingly popular\, allowing the calculation of ma
ny challenging processes. We will discuss our approach to calculate these
syzygies using linear algebra and finite field based methods\, as well as
a few example calculations where these were successfully employed.\n\nhttp
s://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12338/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12338/
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SUMMARY:Mathematical Structures in Massive Operator Matrix Elements
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230215T153000Z
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UID:indico-contribution-2959-12345@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Johannes Blümlein ()\nIn this talk we will elaborat
e\, among others\, on root-valued alphabets and elliptic structures in Mas
sive Operator Matrix Elements\, together with concrete phenomenological re
sults at O(a_s^3).\n\nhttps://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/
12345/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12345/
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SUMMARY:Computer Algebra Methods for Feynman Integrals
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DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230215T150000Z
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UID:indico-contribution-2959-12344@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Carsten Schneider ()\nWe report on a collection of c
omputer algebra algorithms and their implementations that have been used i
n recent calculations of massive and massless 3-loop Feynman integrals. Am
ong them we will focus on symbolic summation and integration methods\, (pa
rtial) linear differential and difference equation solvers and the large m
oment method. A specific feature of all the techniques is that the represe
ntation of the closed form output can be given within the class of iterati
ve integrals and sums defined over general letters in terms hyperexponent
ial functions and hypergeometric products.\n\nhttps://indico.scc.kit.edu/e
vent/2959/contributions/12344/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12344/
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SUMMARY:The Function Space of N=4 Scattering Amplitudes in the Regge Limit
to all Orders
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230215T110000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230215T113000Z
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UID:indico-contribution-2959-12342@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Robin Marzucca ()\nI will review a recent mathematic
al technique to efficiently compute scattering amplitudes in the forward s
cattering limit of N=4 SYM and explain how it can be used to fully determi
ne the function space of scattering amplitudes in this limit to all orders
in perturbation theory.\n\nhttps://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contribu
tions/12342/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12342/
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SUMMARY:One-loop hexagon integral to higher orders in the dimensional regu
lator
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230215T133000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230215T140000Z
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UID:indico-contribution-2959-12343@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Antonela Matijašić ()\nThe state–of–the–art
in current two–loop QCD amplitude calculations is at five-particle scatt
ering. In contrast\, very little is known at present about two–loop six
–particle scattering processes. Computing two–loop six–particle proc
esses requires knowledge of the corresponding one–loop amplitudes to hig
her orders in the dimensional regulator. In this talk\, I will show the an
alytic results for the one–loop hexagon integral to higher\norders in di
mensional regulator obtained via differential equations. I will discuss th
e function alphabet for general D–dimensional external states\, function
space up to weight\ntwo and one–fold integral representation up to weig
ht four for all integrals in the integral basis. Finally\, I will discuss
the difference between the conventional dimensional regularization and the
four–dimensional helicity scheme at the level of the master integrals.
With this\, the one–loop integral basis is ready for two–loop amplitud
e applications.\n\nhttps://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/123
43/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12343/
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SUMMARY:Progress on 3-loop Feynman integrals for 4-point 1-mass processes
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230216T103000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230216T110000Z
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UID:indico-contribution-2959-12348@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Nikolaos Syrrakos ()\nhttps://indico.scc.kit.edu/eve
nt/2959/contributions/12348/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12348/
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SUMMARY:Elliptic substructure of 2-loop kites and 3-loop tadpoles
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230215T080000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230215T090000Z
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UID:indico-contribution-2959-12339@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: David Broadhurst ()\nThe generic 2-loop kite integra
l has 5 internal masses. Its\ncompletion by a sixth propagator gives a 3-l
oop tadpole\nwhose substructure involves 12 elliptic curves. I shall show\
nhow to compute all such kites and their tadpoles\, with 200\ndigit precis
ion achieved in seconds\, thanks to the procedure\nof the arithmetic-geome
tric mean for complete elliptic\nintegrals of the third kind. The number t
heory of 3-loop\ntadpoles poses challenges for packages such as HyperInt.\
n\nhttps://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12339/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12339/
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SUMMARY:Motivic Galois theory for Feynman integrals via twisted cohomology
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230216T090000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230216T100000Z
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UID:indico-contribution-2959-12347@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Clément Dupont ()\nI will report on ongoing joint w
ork with Francis Brown\, Javier Fresán\, and Matija Tapušković\, in whi
ch we prove that dimensionally regularized Feynman integrals are closed un
der the action of the motivic Galois group\, termwise in the epsilon expan
sion. This fits into a larger framework of motivic Galois theory for algeb
raic Mellin transforms\, where the main protagonists are formal versions o
f « twisted » cohomology groups for algebraic varieties.\n\nhttps://indi
co.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12347/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12347/
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SUMMARY:A tale of two packages\, pfd-parallel and NeatIBP\, for the multi-
loop computations
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230214T133000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230214T140000Z
DTSTAMP;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20240419T154157Z
UID:indico-contribution-2959-12336@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Yang Zhang ()\nIn this talk\, we are glad to introdu
ce two packages\, pfd-parallel and NeatIBP\, based on computational algebr
aic geometry\, aiming at cutting-edge computations for multi-loop Feynman
integrals. The former one\, powered by Singular and the massive paralleliz
ation framework GPI/space\, implements multivariate partial fraction algor
ithms for simplifying analytic coefficients in multi-loop computations. Th
e latter one which implements the syzygy/Module intersection IBP method in
a parallelized way\, can generate much shorter IBP systems comparing with
those from Laporta algorithm. Several nontrivial examples would be presen
ted with the two packages.\n\nhttps://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contri
butions/12336/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12336/
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SUMMARY:Computing intersection numbers with a rational algorithm
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230214T104500Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230214T111500Z
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UID:indico-contribution-2959-12335@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Gaia Fontana ()\nIntersection theory allows to explo
it the vector space structure obeyed by Feynman integrals\, turning the de
composition to master integrals into the calculation of the projection of
a vector into a basis\, via scalar products called intersection numbers. I
n this talk I will discuss how the calculation of intersection numbers can
be achieved via a purely rational algorithm\, through the systematic use
of polynomial series expansions\, and its implementation over the finite f
ields using the FiniteFlow program.\n\nhttps://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/29
59/contributions/12335/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12335/
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SUMMARY:Recent progress in the reconstruction of multi-loop amplitudes
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230214T101500Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230214T104500Z
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UID:indico-contribution-2959-12334@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Tiziano Peraro ()\nI will discuss recent progress in
techniques for generating and reconstructing multi-loop scattering amplit
udes. I will focus on novel developments in physical projectors\, reductio
n to master integrals and partial fraction decomposition\, as well as thei
r combination with finite fields and rational reconstruction methods.\n\nh
ttps://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12334/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12334/
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SUMMARY:The ice cone family and iterated integrals for Calabi-Yau varietie
s
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230214T090000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230214T093000Z
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UID:indico-contribution-2959-12333@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Christoph Nega ()\nIn this talk I will explain how o
ne can compute ice cone integrals in two dimensions for arbitrary loop ord
er and which mathematical structures show up in this procedure. Using a le
ading singularity analysis we can find two copies of the banana graph whic
h are related to period integrals on Calabi-Yau varieties. This observatio
n allows us to express also the ice cone through iterated Calabi-Yau perio
d integrals. Furthermore\, I will explain how the usage of the canonical v
ariable q can help to understand these iterated integrals better.\n\nhttps
://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12333/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12333/
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SUMMARY:Interpolation\, Rational Reconstruction and Modular Algorithms
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230214T080000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230214T090000Z
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UID:indico-contribution-2959-12332@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Claus Fieker ()\nI will give a survey about interpol
ation\, evaluation\, and\nreconstruction methods for multivariate polynomi
al and rational problems with applications in linear algebra and Groebner
basis. This will include both asymptotically fast as well as practical al
gorithms.\n\nhttps://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12332/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12332/
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SUMMARY:Constraining the Analytic Properties of Feynman Integrals
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230213T163000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230213T170000Z
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UID:indico-contribution-2959-12331@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Andrew McLeod ()\nThe analytic properties of Feynman
integrals are heavily constrained by basic physical principles such as ca
usality and locality\; however\, the specific implications of these princi
ples remain only partially known. In this talk\, I will describe two metho
ds for deriving concrete constraints on the analytic structure of Feynman
integrals. The first of these methods leverages information about the asym
ptotic expansion of these integrals around singular points\, while the sec
ond takes into account homological information about the spaces of momenta
that describe on-shell scattering processes. I will illustrate these meth
ods in examples involve generic masses.\n\nhttps://indico.scc.kit.edu/even
t/2959/contributions/12331/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12331/
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SUMMARY:Epsilon-factorised differential equations for non-trivial geometri
es
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230213T153000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230213T163000Z
DTSTAMP;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20240419T154157Z
UID:indico-contribution-2959-12330@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Stefan Weinzierl ()\nThe method of differential equa
tions is a popular method to compute Feynman integrals. It is particular p
owerful if the differential equation can be cast into an epsilon-factorise
d form. In this talk I will discuss how this can be achieved for Feynman i
ntegrals which are related to non-trivial geometries like Calabi-Yau manif
olds.\n\nhttps://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12330/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12330/
END:VEVENT
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SUMMARY:2D fishnet integrals and Calabi-Yau geometries
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230213T140000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230213T150000Z
DTSTAMP;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20240419T154157Z
UID:indico-contribution-2959-12329@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Claude Duhr ()\nWe argue that Yangian-invariant l-lo
op fishnet integrals in 2 dimensions are closely related to a family of Ca
labi-Yau l-folds. \nThis allows us to reduce the computation of these inte
grals to the computation of the Calabi-Yau periods. The periods are soluti
ons of the Picard-Fuchs differential equations\, which in turn are determi
ned by the Yangian symmetry. Finally\, we show that the values of these f
ishnet integrals admit a natural interpretation as the quantum volume of t
he Calabi-Yau.\n\nhttps://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/1232
9/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12329/
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
SUMMARY:Wilhelm Killing -- Life and mathematical achievements
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230213T131000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230213T140000Z
DTSTAMP;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20240419T154157Z
UID:indico-contribution-2959-12328@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Wolfgang Hein ()\nFebruary 11\, 2023 marks the 100th
anniversary of the death of Wilhelm Killing. Far from all scientific cen
ters\, Killing formulated a research program that is still relevant today
and has significantly influenced mathematical research for a century\, nam
ely the structure theory of Lie algebras. The 100th anniversary of Killing
's death is an appropriate opportunity to honour Killing's merits which he
has earned in tireless work for research and teaching\, with a short port
rait\, albeit very incomplete.\n\nhttps://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/co
ntributions/12328/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12328/
END:VEVENT
BEGIN:VEVENT
SUMMARY:Welcome
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230213T130000Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20230213T131000Z
DTSTAMP;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20240419T154157Z
UID:indico-contribution-2959-12327@indico.scc.kit.edu
DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Jan Piclum (University of Siegen)\, Mohamed Barakat
(University of Siegen)\, Robin Brüser (University Siegen)\, Tobias Huber
(Siegen U)\nhttps://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12327/
LOCATION:Emmy Noether Campus
URL:https://indico.scc.kit.edu/event/2959/contributions/12327/
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