The aim of the Modave Summer School in Mathematical Physics is to study recent topics in theoretical physics of fundamental interactions. In practice, the school consists of a series of lectures, supposed to begin with the basics, be synthetic and as self-contained as possible.
The Modave Summer School in Mathematical Physics is organized by PhD students from belgian universities (ULB,VUB,KUL) exclusively for PhD students and post-docs, and is supported by the International Solvay Institutes.
Lectures of this ninth edition of the school presented in these proceedings include:
Introduction to Black Hole Evaporation, Localization and supersymmetry on curved space, Entanglement entropy, Holographic superconductors, and Physics from the S-matrix: Scattering Amplitudes without Lagrangians.