The past years have seen remarkable advances in our understanding of scattering
amplitudes in gauge and gravity theories. Topics will include new perturbative
approaches such as generalized unitarity, recursion relations, symbols,
differential equations, twistor
variables, integrability methods and the
OPE, scattering equations, the amplituhedron and the positive Grassmannian, color-kinematics duality
and gravity double-copy properties, among other topics. These ideas have led to
substantial progress, not only in supersymmetric gauge and gravity theories, but
also in our ability to perform difficult phenomenologically relevant
calculations for LHC physics.
Organizers, speakers and participants gather for a group photo at the IAS building.