The elliptic/missing Feynman integrals

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A lot of progress has been made in multiloop computations in recent years due to a deeper understanding of iterated polylogarithmic integrals. As we increase the number of loops or scales, a new class of elliptic integrals arises which need to be explored and for which new techniques and algorithms must be developed.  

The workshop will take place during June 5- June 9 2017 at ETH Zurich and aims to bring together the major experts on this topic in mathematics and theoretical physics. 

Visiting Scientists

  • Luise Adams, Mainz U. 
  • Christian Bogner, Humboldt U., Berlin
  • Roberto Bonciani, Rome U. 
  • Johannes Brödel, Humboldt U., Berlin
  • Claude Duhr, CERN/Louvain
  • Falko Dulat, Stanford
  • Ulf Kühn, Hamburg U.
  • Nils Matthes, Max Plank Inst., Bonn
  • Andreas von Manteuffel, Michigan State U.
  • Bernhard Mistlberger, CERN
  • Francesco Moriello, Trinity Coll., Dubliin
  • Erik Panzer, Oxford U. 
  • Lorenzo Tancredi, Karlsruhe


Babis Anastasiou, Vittorio del Duca, Claude Duhr

Workshop organized under the aegis of the Pauli Center for Theoretical Studies


                                        SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

All talks will take place at  HIT E41.1

Tuesday, June 6

Time Speaker Title
10:00 - 10:30 Claude Duhr 
Welcome & Introduction
10:30 - 11:30 Roberto Bonciani 
Two-Loop Matrix Elements and Elliptic Integrals
14:00 -15:00 Nils Matthes Some arithmetic aspects of superstring amplitudes

Wednesday, June 7 

Time Speaker Title
10:00 - 11:00 Lorenzo Tancredi A window on elliptic Feynman integrals and beyond
14:00 - 15:00 Luise Adams Feynman integrals and iterated integrals of modular forms

Thursday, June 8 

Time Speaker Title
10:00 - 11:00 Francesco Moriello Two-loop integrals for Higgs + jet production with full top-quark mass dependence
14:00 - 15:00 Erik Panzer


Various guises of elliptic iterated integrals


Friday, June 9 

Time Speaker Title
10:00 - 11:00 Christian Bogner Analytic continuation of the kite and the equal mass sunrise integral
11:30 - 12:30 Johannes Brödel Elliptic multiple zeta values: twisting at genus one

                                    SOCIAL EVENTS (by invitation)

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Wolfgang-Pauli-Str. 27, 8093 Zürich

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