Claude Duhr



Centre for Cosmology, Particle Physics and Phenomenology - CP3
Université catholique de Louvain
2, Chemin du Cyclotron - Box L7.01.05
B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve

+32 10 47 8185

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People responsibilities
Samuel Abreu (FNRS - FNRS-CR) (member since October 2018)
Matteo Becchetti (ERC) (member since March 2019)
I work in the area of theoretical particle physics, with a particular focus on the computation of higher-order corrections in SM and on the study of the Large-N limit of QCD.

PhD students
Zhengwen Liu (ERC) (member since June 2016)
I am interested in analytic computations in quantum field theories, with current focus on modern techniques of calculating scattering amplitudes.
Robin Marzucca (ERC) (member since September 2015)
PhD student in theoretical particle physics, working on the mathematical structures of scattering amplitudes. Special interest in elliptic polylogarithms.
Martin Michel (PDR - FRIA) (member since September 2016)
Computation of quark mass effects in Higgs gluon fusion.
Bram Verbeek (ERC) (member since October 2015)
PhD student in theoretical physics, interested in the mathematical structure of scattering amplitudes.

Former members
Research directions:
Theories of the fundamental interactions
Phenomenology of elementary particles

Active projects
Céline Degrande, Claude Duhr, Zhengwen Liu, Fabio Maltoni

An automated framework for BSM phenomenology that allows one to compute Feynman rules from a Lagrangian.

External collaborators: Céline Degrande (CERN) Benjamin Fuks (Jussieu).
Mathematical Structure of Feynman Integrals and Scattering Amplitudes
Claude Duhr, Robin Marzucca, Bram Verbeek

Analytic and algebraic properties of multi-loop integrals are analysed in the view of devising new mathematical tools for precision computations in QFT.

External collaborators: Samuel Abreu (Universität Freiburg) Ruth Britto (Trinity College Dublin) Einan Gardi (University of Edinburgh).
Multi-loop scattering amplitudes in N=4 Super Yang-Mills
Claude Duhr, Robin Marzucca, Bram Verbeek

Multi-loops scattering amplitudes in N=4 Super Yang-Mills are analysed in the light of the integrability of the theory in the planar limit.

External collaborators: Vittorio Del Duca (ETH Zurich & INFN Frascati) Lance Dixon (SLAC) James Drummond (University of Southampton) Falko Dulat (SLAC) Georgios Papathanasiou (SLAC).
Precision Phenomenology at the LHC
Claude Duhr, Martin Michel

Higher order corrections to key processes at the LHC (Higgs,...) are computed to higher orders in perturbation theory.

External collaborators: Babis Anastasiou (ETH Zurich) Vittorio Del Duca (ETH Zurich & INFN Frascati) Falko Dulat (SLAC) Elisabetta Furlan (ETH Zurich) Thomas Gehrmann (Universität Zurich) Franz Herzog (Nikhef) Achilleas Lazopoulos (ETH Zurich) Bernhard Mistlberger (CERN).

Non-active projects
Publications in CP3
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Number of publications as CP3 member: 50 Download BibTeX

Last 5 publications


CP3-19-34: An analytic solution for the equal-mass banana graph
Johannes Broedel, Claude Duhr, Falko Dulat, Robin Marzucca, Lorenzo Tancredi, Brenda Penante

Submitted to JHEP
Refereed paper. July 4.
CP3-19-19: Higgs production in bottom-quark fusion to third order in the strong coupling
Claude Duhr, Falko Dulat, Bernhard Mistlberger

Submitted to PRL.
Refereed paper. April 19.
CP3-19-17: PolyLogTools -- PolyLogs For The Masses
Claude Duhr, Falko Dulat

Submitted to JHEP
Refereed paper. April 14.
CP3-19-15: The Full-Color Two-Loop Four-Gluon N = 2 Super-QCD Amplitude
Claude Duhr, Henrik Johansson, Gregor Kälin, Gustav Mogull, Bram Verbeek

Refereed paper. April 8.
CP3-19-07: Elliptic polylogarithms for Feynman parameter integrals
Johannes Broedel, Claude Duhr, Falko Dulat, Brenda Penante, Lorenzo Tancredi

Submitted to JHEP
Refereed paper. February 24.

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