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Tag: quantum field theory
The discovery of a set of peculiar quantum field theories opened up a bounty of unsolved problems. Two Perimeter researchers…
/Mar 24, 2020
A thriving new body of research has revived an old tool – the bootstrap – and is using it as…
/Jan 31, 2020
Whether they are probing higher dimensions or trampling over boundaries, Kevin Costello and Davide Gaiotto are having a blast –…
/Nov 06, 2019
For a decade, physicists have been asking a tantalizing question: could a mathematical tool lifted from condensed matter physics be…
/Apr 26, 2019
The theory that governs the interactions of quarks and gluons inside atoms has long been an intractable mathematical snarl. Perimeter…
/Feb 08, 2019
Perimeter researchers are pulling from physics and mathematics to connect two ways of understanding nature, writes Dan Falk.
/Jun 01, 2018
New research from Perimeter shows that two of the strangest features of quantum mechanics – entanglement and negative energy –…
/Apr 21, 2015
Perimeter researchers have solved a long-standing problem in quantum field theory by mathematically “cutting soap bubbles into pieces.”
/Jun 03, 2014