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a Feynman integral?

Christian Bogner (HU Berlin)
2012/02/10, 16:00
HU Berlin, at RUD 25 room 1.023
About what?

Computations in perturbative Quantum Field Theory typically involve a certain kind of integral, the so-called Feynman integrals. Without assuming prior knowledge of particle physics, I will point out some of the main ideas on why we need these integrals and how they arise from certain graphs. In the end I will briefly point out some recently developed interrelations with modern mathematics.