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A superconformal bootstrap approach to the "simplest" Argyres-Douglas theory

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We start by a review of numerical and analytical conformal bootstrap techniques at our disposal. We then use these tool to approach the “simplest” Argyres-Douglas theory, a four-dimensional N=2 strongly coupled superconformal field theory. We “zoom in” to the theory by specifying Coulomb branch data, and obtain strong constraints on its operator spectrum and OPE coefficients. We conclude with an outlook for the prospects of approaching other strongly coupled N=2 conformal theories.

This talk is part of the Quantum Fields and Strings Seminars series.

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