Past events

Past events

The following SAGEX events have already taken place:

European Study Group with Industry

Start date: April 11, 2021

End date: April 16, 2021

Location: Online (Durham University)

European Study Group with Industry

A week-long online workshop, bringing together mathematicians and private sector companies to solve the real and important issues that companies are facing today.

SAGEX Mathematica & Maple School

Start date: January 4, 2021

End date: January 13, 2021

Location: Online

Online school featuring courses in Mathematica and Maple relevant to the area of quantum scattering amplitudes within theoretical physics. The School will include five lecture series:

Advanced Topics in Mathematica (Wolfram Inc)

Differential Equations and Calculation of Feynman Integrals (Claude Duhr)

Introduction to Algebraic Geometry (Yang Zhang)

Large Ansatze and Finite-Field Methods (Ben Page) 

Introduction to Maple (Maplesoft Inc)

as well as three projects to be carried out collaboratively by teams of students.

Open to a limited number of external participants. Registration is now closed.

3rd SAGEX workshop

Start date: July 27, 2020

End date: July 28, 2020

Time: AM

Location: Via Zoom

ESR workshop talks.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the 3rd SAGEX workshop will take place via Zoom. The meeting will be AM only, on both days.

Soft skills training will also be provided, details TBC.

2nd SAGEX workshop

Start date: February 24, 2020

End date: February 28, 2020

Location: Humboldt University Berlin

2nd SAGEX workshop

ESR workshop talks, soft skills training (presentation skills, academic writing and outreach).

2nd SAGEX training school

Start date: February 17, 2020

End date: February 21, 2020

Location: Humboldt University Berlin

2nd SAGEX training school

Scientific training school covering:

Vernacular of the S-matrix (Jacob Bourjailly)
(Elliptic) multiple zeta values (Johannes Broedel)
Amplitudes meet experiments (Lance Dixon)
Spinning massive particles and black holes (Alexander Ochirov)
Feynman integrals (Erik Panzer)

Open to a limited number of external participants, advance registration required.