Information on intensive lectures [2/11-13, 2019]
We will be hosting an intensive lecture course on on "Nonperturbative aspects of QFT: Anomaly, Semiclassics, and Applications."
The lecturer is Yuya Tanizaki (RIKEN BNL Research Center, Brookhaven National Laboratory).
※ There is no need for registration.
※ If you need accommodations, please contact Ms. Kipum Oh (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Date & time
2/11 (Mon) : 10:00 - 12:00, 15:00 - 17:00
2/12 (Tue) : 10:00 - 12:00, 15:00 - 17:00
2/13 (Wed) : 10:00 - 12:00, 15:00 - 17:00
Title: Nonperturbative aspects of QFT: Anomaly, Semiclassics, and Applications
1: Introduction to basics of QFTT
1-1 Formulation of QFT
1-2 Global symmetry
1-3 Gauge redundancy
2: Anomaly, Anomaly matching
2-1 't Hooft anomaly
2-2 Anomaly matching condition
2-3 Simple examples
3: 2d sigma model and Haldane conjecture
3-1 What is Haldane conjecture
3-2 2d sigma model and anomaly
4: 4d non-Abelian gauge theories
4-1 Pure Yang-Mills theory, Dashen phenomena at theta=pi, and anomaly
4-2 Chiral symmetry of QCD, Perturbative anomaly, and Discrete anomaly
5: Semiclassical study of asymptotically free theories with compactifications
5-1 Failure of semiclassical method in asymptotically free theories
5-2 Revival of semiclassics, adiabatic S^1 compactification
5-3 Justification of adiabatic compactification in view of anomaly
Ki-Seok Kim (POSTECH)
Yunkyu Bang (POSTECH)
Yuji Hirono (APCTP/POSTECH)