Correlation functions in integrable gauge theories


Correlation functions in integrable gauge theories

Evan WIlliams Theatre
Peter Hall Building


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In the last two decades integrability has found an unexpected application to describe the planar limit of conformal, higher dimensional gauge theories. The most outstanding example is that of the supersymmetric N=4 gauge theory in four dimension, known to be dual to string theory on AdS5 x S5 background. In this talk I will explain how the computation of correlation functions of gauge-invariant operators can be done by using a geometrical decomposition in terms of non-local form factors, and give a few exemples of problems that are left to solve.


  • Dr Didina Serban
    Dr Didina Serban, Institut de Physique Théorique, Saclay