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Many interesting strongly interacting Quantum Field Theories are not amenable to analytical treatment. This workshop will focus on systematic numerical approaches to such theories relying on the quantum Hamiltonian, including Truncated Spectrum Approach, Light Front Quantization, Matrix Product States and Tensor Networks. Such methods provide a viable alternative to Lattice Monte Carlo simulations. Their advantage is the ability to access real-time observables, and to study Renormalization Group flows originating from strongly-interacting fixed points.



Speakers will include:

    Giuseppe CARLEO  (ETH Zurich)
    Sophia CHABYSHEVA (University of Minnesota Duluth) 
    Philippe CORBOZ (University of Amsterdam)
    Joan ELIAS-MIRÓ  (SISSA, Trieste)
    John HILLER (University of Minnesota Duluth)
    Andrew JAMES (University College London)
    Giuseppe MUSSARDO (SISSA, Trieste)
    Frank POLLMANN (TUM Munich)   
    Gábor TAKÁCS (Budapest University of Technology and Economics) 
    Guifré VIDAL (Perimeter Institute, Waterloo) 
    Karel VAN ACOLEYEN (University of Gent) 
    Matthew WALTERS (Boston University) 


   Ami KATZ (Boston University)
   Robert KONIK (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
   Slava RYCHKOV (IHES and ENS)
   Balt VAN REES (Durham University)

Supported by: the Simons Collaboration on the Non-perturbative Bootstrap http://bootstrapcollaboration.com/

Démarre 8 janv. 2018 09:00
Finit 12 janv. 2018 18:00
Marilyn and James Simons Conference Center
35, route de Chartres 91440 Bures-sur-Yvette