KITP Program: Confinement, Flux Tubes, and Large N
(Jan 3 - Feb 11, 2022)
Coordinators: Sergei Dubovsky, Monica Guica, Igor R. Klebanov, and Pedro Vieira
Scientific Advisors: David Gross and Michael Teper

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Time Speaker Title
1/05, 10:30 AM All Participants
Meet & Greet
1/06, 10:30 AM All Participants Discussion: Questions to address during the program[Video][CC]
1/07, 10:30am Sergei Dubovsky
Review of confining strings[Video][CC]
1/10, 10:30 AM Guzman Hernandez Chifflet
U. de la Rep├║blica
Yang-Mills glueball vs closed effective strings[Video][CC]
1/11, 10:30 AM Xi Yin
Discussion: Confining vs fundamental strings[Video][CC]
1/12, 10:30 AM Aleksey Cherman
Universal deformations[Slides][Video][CC][Chat]
1/13, 10:30 AM Marina Krstic Marinkovic
ETH Zurich
Overview of lattice gauge theory techniques for flux tubes and related quantities[Video][CC]
1/14, 10:30 AM Andrea Guerrieri
Tel Aviv Univ.
Review of fluxtube S-matrix bootstrap[Video][CC]
1/18-24 Conference: Flux tubes, Quark Confinement and Exotic Hadrons
1/25, 11:00 AM Misha Shifman
Soliton Vortex Strings in Yang-Mills: A Journey in the Opposite Direction[Slides][Video]
1/25, 3:00 PM Andrei Smilga
Polytech Nantes
Informal Talk
1/26, 11:00 AM Lance Dixon
A New Duality in Planar N=4 SYM Scattering and Possible Flux Tube Implications[Video][CC]
1/27, 11:00 AM Joe Minahan
Uppsala Univ.
N=1 super Yang-Mills in 7 and 5 dimensions[Video]
1/28, 11:00 AM Edgar Shaghoulian
Univ. of Penn
Higher form symmetries and large-N "confinement" in gauge/gravity duality
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