Ellis Yuan

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Area of Research:
Phone: x7053

Research Interests

So far I have been mainly exploring the mathematical structures and properties of scattering amplitudes in various field theories as well as superstrings.

Information about my publications can be found on INSPIRE.
Details about my research, my CV and some supplementary materials of my works can be found on: http://ellisyeyuan.wordpress.com/

Recent Publications

  • F. Cachazo, S. He, EYY, Scattering Equations and KLT Orthogonality, Physical Review D 90, 065001 (2014), arXiv: 1306.6575
  • F. Cachazo, S. He, EYY, Scattering of Massless Particles: Scalars, Gluons and Gravitons, Journal of High Energy Physics 07 (2014) 033, arXiv: 1309.0885
  • H. Gomez, EYY, N-Point Tree-Level Scattering Amplitude in the New Berkovits' String, Journal of High Energy Physics, 04(2014), 46, arXiv: 1312.5485
  • F. Cachazo, S. He, EYY, Scattering in Three Dimensions from Rational Maps, Journal of High Energy Physics 10 (2013) 141, arXiv: 1306.2962
  • EYY, Virtual Color-Kinematics Duality: 6-pt 1-Loop MHV Amplitudes, Journal of High Energy Physics, 05(2013), 70, arXiv: 1210.1816
  • Einstein-Yang-Mills Scattering Amplitudes From Scattering Equations, F. Cachazo, S. He, EYY, arXiv: 1409.8256
  • Are Soft Theorems Renormalized?, F. Cachazo, EYY, arXiv: 1405.3413
  • \alpha'-Expansion of Open String Disk Integrals via Mellin Transformations, EYY, arXiv: 1402.1066
  • Scattering of Massless Particles in Arbitrary Dimensions, F. Cachazo, S. He, EYY, arXiv: 1307.2199

Seminars

  • Scattering Equations: Recent Developments and Applications. 2014-06-11, Amplitudes 2014, IPhT/CEA-Saclay.
  • Are Soft Theorems Renormalized?, 2014-05-21, Department of Physics, Brown University.
  • \alpha'-Expansion of Open String Disk Integrals via Mellin Transformations, 2014-02-21, String Group Meeting
  • Scattering of Massless Particles in Arbitrary Dimension, 2013-07-12, String Group Meeting
  • Virtual Color-Kinematics Duality: 6-pt 1-Loop MHV Amplitudes, 2012-11-16, String Group Meeting