2022 Simons Collaboration on the Nonperturbative Bootstrap Annual Meeting

Date & Time

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Conference Organizer: Leonardo Rastelli

As in previous years, the Simons Collaboration on the Nonpertubative Bootstrap Annual will be one of the focal events of the year. PIs, postdocs and students will update each other about recent developments, exchange ideas in informal discussions, and plan the upcoming year;s research activities.

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    9:30 AMSlava Rychkov | Twist accumulation in conformal field theory: a rigorous approach to the lightcone bootstrap
    10:30 AMBREAK
    11:00 AM Ning Su | Skydiving to Bootstrap Islands: an Algorithm for Dynamically Constrained SDP
    12:00 PMLUNCH
    1:00 PMZohar Komargodski | Large Quantum Numbers: from Large Charge to Large Spin through a Large Vortex
    2:00 PMBREAK
    2:30 PMXi Yin | Solving lattice quantum field theories with convex optimization
    3:30 PMBREAK
    4:00 PMAmi Katz | Thermalization and chaos in a 1+1d QFT


    9:30 AMSilviu Pufu | Discrete chiral symmetry and mass shift in lattice Hamiltonian approach to Schwinger model
    10:30 AMBREAK
    11:00 AMSimon Caron-Huot | An eye for the bulk: excited states in holography
    12:00 PMLUNCH
    1:00 PMPedro Vieira | The Light Side of the Complex Spin Plane and Newton's Dark Magic
  • Accommodationsplus--large

    Group A – PIs & Speakers
    Business-class airfare for flights over 5 hours
    Hotel accommodations for up to 3 nights
    Reimbursement of Local Expenses

    Group B – Out-of-town Participants
    Economy Airfare
    Hotel Accommodations for up to 3 nights
    Reimbursement of Local Expenses

    Group C – Local Participants
    No funding provided besides hosted conference meals.

    Group D – Remote Participants
    A Zoom link will be provided.

    Personal Car
    For participants in Groups A & B driving to Manhattan, the James NoMad hotel offers valet parking. Please note there are no in-and-out privileges when using the hotel’s garage; therefore, participants are encouraged to walk or take public transportation to the Simons Foundation.

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    Participants in Groups A & B who require accommodations are hosted by the foundation for a maximum of three nights at The James NoMad Hotel. Any additional nights are at the attendee’s own expense. To arrange accommodations, please register at the link above.

    The James NoMad Hotel
    22 E 29th St
    New York, NY 10016
    (between 28th and 29th Streets)

    For driving directions to The James NoMad, please click here.

  • COVID-19 Policyplus--large

    ALL in-person meeting attendees must be vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus with a World Health Organization approved vaccine, be beyond the 14-day inoculation period of their final dose, and provide proof of vaccination upon arrival to the conference. Acceptable vaccines can be found at the bottom of this page on the WHO’s site.

  • Reimbursement and Travel Policyplus--large

    Any expenses not directly paid for by the Simons Foundation are subject to reimbursement based on the foundation’s travel policy. An email will be sent within a week following the conclusion of the meeting with further instructions on submitting your expenses via the foundation’s web-based expense reimbursement platform.
    Receipts are required for any expenses over $25 USD and are due within 30 days of the conclusion of the meeting. Should you have any questions, please contact Emily Klein.

  • Contactsplus--large

    Registration and Travel Assistance
    Claudio Proserpio
    Ovation Travel Group
    Phone: +1 646-998-9865
    Mobile: +1 646-320-2634

    Meeting Questions and Assistance
    Emily Klein
    Event Coordinator, MPS, Simons Foundation
    (646) 751-1262

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