Matt von Hippel

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Phd: SUNY Stony Brook 2014

Area of Research:
Email: mvonhippel@perimeterinstitute.ca
Phone: x6622

Research Interests

I develop new approaches to calculating scattering amplitudes in gauge theories, in particular in N=4 super Yang-Mills. I am also interested in using such approaches to investigate the more mysterious corners of quantum field theory, such as the (2,0) theory in six dimensions.

Awards

  • President's Award for Distinguished Doctoral Students, Stony Brook University
  • Max Dresden Prize, Physics Department, Stony Brook University
  • Simons Award, Simons Foundation

Recent Publications

  • Lance J. Dixon, Matt von Hippel, "Bootstrapping an NMHV amplitude through three loops", JHEP 1410, 065 (2014), arXiv: 1408.1505 [hep-th]
  • Lance J. Dixon, James M. Drummond, Matt von Hippel, and Jeffrey Pennington, "Hexagon functions and the three-loop remainder function", JHEP 1312, 049 (2013), arXiv: 1308.2276 [hep-th]
  • Zvi Bern, John Joseph Carrasco, Lance J. Dixon, Michael R. Douglas, Matt von Hippel, and Henrik Johansson, "D = 5 maximally supersymmetric Yang-Mills theory diverges at six loops", Phys. Rev. D 87, 025018 (2013), arXiv: 1210.7709 [hep-th]
  • Lance J. Dixon, James M. Drummond, Claude Duhr, Matt von Hippel, Jeffrey Pennington, "Bootstrapping six-gluon scattering in planar N = 4 super-Yang-Mills theory", PoS(LL2014)077, arXiv: 1407.4724 [hep-th]

Seminars

  • "Hexagon Functions: Three Loop MHV and Beyond", Caltech
  • "Hexagon Functions: Bootstrapping the Three-Loop Remainder Function", Brandeis University
  • "Hexagon Functions: Bootstrapping the Three-Loop Remainder Function", SCGP Physics and Mathematics of Scattering Amplitudes Program
  • "Hexagon Functions: Bootstrapping the Three-Loop Remainder Function", Brown University
  • "Symbol Methods for the MHV Remainder Function in N=4 Super Yang- Mills", Stony Brook University