Research in Teams Project: Amplitude Evolution I: Initial State Evolution

Research Project:
Amplitude evolution is a new paradigm to design and analyze parton branching algorithms, and used in its own right to set up parton branching algorithms which perform the evolution at the level of a fundamental density operator. Building on our previous expertise we will address questions related to the evolution of initial states in hadronic collisions.

Research Team: 
Jeffrew Forshaw (U Manchester), Patrick Kirchgässer (Lund U), Maximilian Löschner (Karlsruher IOT), Simon Plätzer (U Vienna)

Coming soon.


Name Affiliation
Simon Plätzer University of Graz


Name Affiliation
Patrick Kirchgaesser Lund University
Maximilian Löschner Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Peter Majcen University of Vienna
Ines Ruffa University of Vienna
At a glance
Research in Teams
Aug. 23, 2021 — Sept. 17, 2021
Erwin Schrödinger Institute
Simon Plätzer (U of Graz)