n 2004 it has been shown that scattering amplitudes can be expressed by

glueing together simple three-point on-shell amplitudes. These so-called

BCFW-recursion relations can for instance be used to proof the explicit

form of the n-gluon scattering amplitude as conjectured by Parke and

Taylor. Moreover, the basic building blocks, the three-point on-shell

amplitudes, are, apart from a...

Using unconventional SUSY, we construct a model that allow us to obtain a theory that is chiral and contains dynamical gravity, therefore resembling the structure of the Standard Model and General Relativity. We review the main features of Zanelli's unconventional SUSY that allow us to couple matter fields in a gauge invariant way. We will discuss the difficulties, advantages and future tasks...

In this talk we will present first numerical calculation of the Odderon intercept and slope obtained with IR-regulator approach.

Feynman integrals (FIs) play a central role in quantum field theory (QFT). They comprise the coefficients of weak-coupling expansions within theoretical particle physics, allowing for high-precision comparisons of theory with collider experiments with the ultimate goal of discovering new elementary particles.

Given this strong phenomenological motivation, FIs form interesting objects to...

Weyl semimetals (WSMs) are a new class of topological materials that exhibit a bulk Hall effect and a chiral magnetic effect. The topological contribution of these unusual electromagnetic responses can be characterized

by an axion term $\theta \mathbf{E} \cdot \mathbf{B}$ with space and time dependent axion angle $\theta(r,t)$. In this presentation I will show the electromagnetic fields...