Prof. Yoshiaki Goto

General Education, Otaru University of Commerce, Japan

Researcher in:

  • twisted (co)homology groups
  • Hypergeometric functions
  • Special functions

Lecture's title: "Co-Homology Groups and Intersection Theory”

Dr. Claudia Fevola

Centre Inria de Saclay, France

Claudia is interested in algebraic geometry and connections to combinatorics, real algebraic geometry, and nonlinear algebra. Her current research focuses on algebro-geometric questions in particle physics and integrable systems.

Lecture's title: “Topology and Geometry of Euler-Mellin-Feynman integrals”

Prof. Marco Bertola

Concordia University, Monréal, Canada

Expert in:

  • Mathematical Physics
  • Integrable systems
  • Inverse problems
  • Asymptotics in nonlinear integrable equations
  • Moduli spaces

Lecture's title: “Riemann Surfaces and cohomology”

Prof. Tiziano Peraro

Università degli Studi di Bologna, Italy

His main scientific interests are the development and usage of advanced techniques for making theoretical predictions in quantum field theory, focusing on scattering amplitudes and their usage for high-precision phenomenology for collider experiments. He is author of public codes, such as Ninja, regularly used in phenomenological studies for LHC, and FiniteFlow, which has been used to produce cutting-edge results for amplitudes and form factors, both analytic and numeric.

Lecture's title: “Intersection Numbersand Finite Fields”