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Spinning S-matrix bootstrap in 4d

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I will start by explaining the (recently proposed) numerical S-matrix bootstrap approach on the simplest example of scalar particle scattering. I will then outline a number of interesting directions this approach opens up. In the main part of my talk I will focus on one of those directions, namely the bootstrap of scattering amplitudes of particles with spin in 4d. I will explain the theoretical framework, show the most recent numerical results and discuss future applications.

This talk is part of the Theoretical Physics Colloquium series.

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