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New Developments in Conformal Field Theory Above Two Dimensions (CFT)
March 6-8, 2017

Talks

Title/SpeakerSlidesVideos
The Lightcone Bootstrap and the Spectrum of the 3d Ising CFT,David Simmons-Duffin, IAS Slides Click here
A scaling theory for the long-range to short-range crossover, Slava Rychkov, CERN Blackboard talk Click here
QFT phases via methods of dynamical systems,Sergei Gukov, Caltech Slides Click here
Seeking fixed points in scalar field theories, Hugh Osborn, Cambridge University Slides Click here
Comments on conformal higher spin theory, Arkady Tseytlin, Imperial College London Slides Click here
Current interactions from nonlinear higher-spin equations and holography, Misha Vasiliev, LPI Slides Click here
Three dimensional QED and QCD with massless fermions, Rajamani Narayanan, FIU Slides Click here
Frontiers of the Spinning Bootstrap, David Poland, Yale University Slides All talks are indexed in one link

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S-matrix bootstrap revisited,João Penedones, EPFL Slides
QFT: A new hope,Emanuel Katz, Boston University Slides
ETH in CFT, Anatoly Dymarsky, University of Kentucky Slides
Phases of 4d N=1 gauge theories with fundamental and adjoint matter, Jennifer Lin, IAS Blackboard talk
On VEVs Of Line Defects In d=4,N=2 Theories, Greg Moore, Rutgers University Slides
Large N Tensor Models,Grigory Tarnopolsky, Princeton University Slides
Instability of the conformal phase in QED3,Lukas Janssen, Dresden University Slides
Duality in 2+1d, Nathan Seiberg, IAS Slides Click here
Three-dimensional dualities, quantum symmetries and topological phases, Francesco Benini, IAS & SISSA Slides Click here
Dualities in 2+1 dimensions, Andreas Karch, University of Washington Slides Click here
Fixed-point collisions and tensorial order parameters in some relativistic and non-relativistic field theories,Igor Herbut, Simon Fraser University Slides Click here
Joint CFT/QHE panel discussion G. Moore
N. Read
N. Seiberg
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