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Mathematica Summer School on Theoretical Physics

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  • 8th edition (2016) – Matrix Models
    • Day 1 – Introduction to Mathematica and Matrix Models
    • Day 2 – Perturbation theory
    • Day 3 – Non-planar effects and integrability
    • Day 4 – Advanced Mathematica and 2MM
    • Day 5 – Matrix models and N=4 SYM
  • The Mathematica Summer School on Theoretical Physics
  • 7th edition (2015) – Entanglement
    • Day 1 – Entropies, Gaussian States, Inflation
    • Day 2 – Tensor Networks, Quantum Cosmology, Oscillators
    • Day 3 – Holographic Entanglement Entropy, MERA
    • Day 4 – RG and Tensor Networks, c-Theorems
    • Day 5 – Advanced Mathematica, Replica Trick, Bounds
    • Day 6 – Holographic Entanglement Entropy, Advanced Mathematica
  • The 6th edition (2014) – Selected Topics in Holography
    • Day 1 – Introduction (to Mathematica, OPE, QGP)
    • Day 2 – Higher Spin, GR Methods and P-mu
    • Day 3 – GR hands-on, Higher Spin
    • Day 4 GR hands-on, 1 loop HS, Graphics
    • Day 5 GR hands-on, Advanced Mathematica
    • Day 6 – Student presentations and very advanced Mathematica
  • 5th edition (2013) – Conformal Field Theories in Higher Dimensions and the Conformal Bootstrap
    • Day 1 – Introduction to Correlation Functions in CFTs
    • Day 2 – 3pt functions in AdS/CFT and OPE in CFTs
    • Day 3 – Correlation fns in N=4 SYM, Conformal Blocks, Embedding
    • Day 4 – Advanced Conformal Bootstrap
    • Day 5 – Bounds, Deffects and Escher
  • 4th edition (2012) – Integrability and Super Yang-Mills
    • Material from the 4th edition
      • Take-home Problems
      • Day 1 – Introduction, Heisenberg and Oscillator
      • Day 2 – Algebraic Curve and Coordinate Bethe Ansatz
      • Day 3 – Algebraic Bethe Ansatz, Flat Space Analogies and Coset
      • Day 4 – Algebraic Bethe Ansatz II and Relativistic Integrable Theories
      • Day 5 – Yang-Baxter, Delta Bosons, Contact Terms
      • Day 6 – Advanced Mathematica, BA & Luscher, Conf. Sym.
      • Day 7 – C123 and Chains, Finite Size, Advanced Mathematica
      • Day 8 – C123 data, OPE and N=4
      • Day 9 – C123 continuation, Hidden Symmetry
      • Day 10 – C123 conclusions, the Konishi operator
  • 3rd edition (2011) – Scattering Amplitudes and AdS/CFT
    • Material from the 3rd edition
      • Day 0 – Introduction(s)
      • Day 1 – Introduction, Tools, Corr. Func.
      • Day 2 – Strong coupling, Tools, Recursions
      • Day 3 – Unitarity, Recursion, Symbols
      • Day 4 – Unitarity, Symbols, Cusp Dimension
      • Day 5 – Symbols, Advanced Topics, Wrap-up
  • 2nd Edition (2010) – Condensed Matter and Two-dimensional physics
    • Survey
    • Apply
    • Material from the 2nd edition
      • Day 0 – Mathematica and Condensed Matter 101
      • Day 1 – DMRG and AdS/CFT
      • Day 2 – DMRG and AdS/CFT
      • Day 3 – Nanowires, Graphene and Hubbard
      • Day 4 – Graphene
      • Day 5 – Graphene
    • Timetable
  • 1st edition – Integrability and Gauge/String dualities
    • List of participants of the 1st edition
    • Schedule
    • Material from the 1st edition
      • Day 1 – Classical motion in Anti de-Sitter
      • Day 2 – Coordinate Bethe Ansatz
      • Day 3 – Feynman Diagrams
      • Day 4 – Symmetry and S-matrices
      • Day 5 – Advanced Topics
      • Day 6 – Wolfram
      • Material from selected participants
  • Gallery

8th edition (2016) – Random Matrix Theory and applications

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The next edition of the Mathematica Summer School on Theoretical Physics will take place at Humboldt University (Campus Adlershof), Berlin, Germany, from the 15th to the 19th of August of 2016. The school topic is Random Matrix Theory and its applications. More information and the application form is available here .

Lecturers include:

Alexander Migdal “Large Matrices in Physics and Finance”
Vladimir Kazakov (ENS Paris)
Alexei Morozov (ITEP, NRNU MEPhI, IITP Moscow)
Joao Caetano (ENS Paris)
”From Integrable Field Theories to Feynman Graphs and Vice-versa via Matrix Models”
Jason Harris (Wolfram)
Nikolay Gromov (King’s College London)

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Organizers Nikolay Gromov, Vladimir Kazakov, Pedro Vieira

Registration fee The registration fee is of 100 Euro per person. It covers coffee breaks, lunches and a conference dinner (BBQ).

Accommodation The accommodation is not centrally arranged, however, we blocked some rooms in hotels on the campus and the HU guesthouse in Mitte. More information can be found here .

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Conference Venue

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Campus Adlershof
Erwin Schrödinger-Zentrum, Lecture Hall 0.115
Rudower Chaussee 26
12489 Berlin

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7th edition (2015) – Entanglement

The last edition of the Mathematica Summer School on Theoretical Physics took place at Perimeter Institute, Waterloo, Canada, from the 24th to the 29th of August of 2015. The school topic was Entanglement. More information here . Lecturers:

– Horacio Casini (Centro Atómico Bariloche, Argentina)
– Nikolay Gromov (Kings College, UK)
– Jason Harris (Wolfram Research, US)
– Juan Maldacena (Insitute for Advanced Studies, US)
– Robert Myers (Perimeter Institute, Canada)
– Guifre Vidal (Perimeter Institute, Canada)
– Wilke van der Schee (MIT, US)
– Pedro Vieira (Perimeter Institute, Canada)

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Mathematica Summer School on Theoretical Physics

Menu

  • 8th edition (2016) – Matrix Models
    • Day 1 – Introduction to Mathematica and Matrix Models
    • Day 2 – Perturbation theory
    • Day 3 – Non-planar effects and integrability
    • Day 4 – Advanced Mathematica and 2MM
    • Day 5 – Matrix models and N=4 SYM
  • The Mathematica Summer School on Theoretical Physics
  • 7th edition (2015) – Entanglement
    • Day 1 – Entropies, Gaussian States, Inflation
    • Day 2 – Tensor Networks, Quantum Cosmology, Oscillators
    • Day 3 – Holographic Entanglement Entropy, MERA
    • Day 4 – RG and Tensor Networks, c-Theorems
    • Day 5 – Advanced Mathematica, Replica Trick, Bounds
    • Day 6 – Holographic Entanglement Entropy, Advanced Mathematica
  • The 6th edition (2014) – Selected Topics in Holography
    • Day 1 – Introduction (to Mathematica, OPE, QGP)
    • Day 2 – Higher Spin, GR Methods and P-mu
    • Day 3 – GR hands-on, Higher Spin
    • Day 4 GR hands-on, 1 loop HS, Graphics
    • Day 5 GR hands-on, Advanced Mathematica
    • Day 6 – Student presentations and very advanced Mathematica
  • 5th edition (2013) – Conformal Field Theories in Higher Dimensions and the Conformal Bootstrap
    • Day 1 – Introduction to Correlation Functions in CFTs
    • Day 2 – 3pt functions in AdS/CFT and OPE in CFTs
    • Day 3 – Correlation fns in N=4 SYM, Conformal Blocks, Embedding
    • Day 4 – Advanced Conformal Bootstrap
    • Day 5 – Bounds, Deffects and Escher
  • 4th edition (2012) – Integrability and Super Yang-Mills
    • Material from the 4th edition
      • Take-home Problems
      • Day 1 – Introduction, Heisenberg and Oscillator
      • Day 2 – Algebraic Curve and Coordinate Bethe Ansatz
      • Day 3 – Algebraic Bethe Ansatz, Flat Space Analogies and Coset
      • Day 4 – Algebraic Bethe Ansatz II and Relativistic Integrable Theories
      • Day 5 – Yang-Baxter, Delta Bosons, Contact Terms
      • Day 6 – Advanced Mathematica, BA & Luscher, Conf. Sym.
      • Day 7 – C123 and Chains, Finite Size, Advanced Mathematica
      • Day 8 – C123 data, OPE and N=4
      • Day 9 – C123 continuation, Hidden Symmetry
      • Day 10 – C123 conclusions, the Konishi operator
  • 3rd edition (2011) – Scattering Amplitudes and AdS/CFT
    • Material from the 3rd edition
      • Day 0 – Introduction(s)
      • Day 1 – Introduction, Tools, Corr. Func.
      • Day 2 – Strong coupling, Tools, Recursions
      • Day 3 – Unitarity, Recursion, Symbols
      • Day 4 – Unitarity, Symbols, Cusp Dimension
      • Day 5 – Symbols, Advanced Topics, Wrap-up
  • 2nd Edition (2010) – Condensed Matter and Two-dimensional physics
    • Survey
    • Apply
    • Material from the 2nd edition
      • Day 0 – Mathematica and Condensed Matter 101
      • Day 1 – DMRG and AdS/CFT
      • Day 2 – DMRG and AdS/CFT
      • Day 3 – Nanowires, Graphene and Hubbard
      • Day 4 – Graphene
      • Day 5 – Graphene
    • Timetable
  • 1st edition – Integrability and Gauge/String dualities
    • List of participants of the 1st edition
    • Schedule
    • Material from the 1st edition
      • Day 1 – Classical motion in Anti de-Sitter
      • Day 2 – Coordinate Bethe Ansatz
      • Day 3 – Feynman Diagrams
      • Day 4 – Symmetry and S-matrices
      • Day 5 – Advanced Topics
      • Day 6 – Wolfram
      • Material from selected participants
  • Gallery
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Day 6 – Wolfram

The last day of the school was devoted to a lecture by Jason Harris (Wolfram Research) on several application of Mathematica 7, on the usage of demonstrations, on the Notation package and on several selected topics specially adapted to this summer school.

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