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EPP Theory Seminar: Gregory Korchemsky (Saclay, IPhT)

Title of Talk: Energy flow correlations: from QCD to conformal collider and back

Abstract:Energy flow correlations are infrared finite observables playing an important role in the collider physics studies.They describe the angular distribution of the energy that flows through calorimeters separated by some relative angles in the final state created by a source. In this talk, I will present a new approach to computing these observables in gauge theories that exploits their relation to correlation functions and bypasses the use of scattering amplitudes.  To illustrate the power of this approach, I will describe the calculation of the energy-energy correlation in the maximally supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory and discuss its relation to the analogous QCD expression.


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