Theoretical Physics Seminar: Yasha Neiman
This is the 34th biweekly session of the OIST Theoretical Physics Seminar.
In this seminar series, we pretend to have a theoretical physics department, and tell each other informal stories over drinks and snacks.
Except no drinks and snacks, because people stopped consuming them for some reason. If you want them back, let me know.
Speaker: Yasha Neiman (Quantum Gravity).
Title: "Spinor-helicity variables and complex-variable magic in Yang-Mills theory".
I will give an introduction to the use of spinor-helicity variables and BCFW recursion in scattering calculations, inspired by our current work on Yang-Mills scattering in de Sitter space.