Maxim Mai, University of Bonn.
Hadron colour confinement, a phenomenon central to Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD), presents a formidable challenge in theoretical physics. The non-perturbative nature of confinement necessitates innovative approaches to the production of and reaction mechanisms between these subatomic particles. In the pursuit of comprehending the fundamental constituents of matter, particle resonances assume a pivotal role. Through the utilization of advanced methodologies like 𝑆-Matrix formulations, more profound insights into resonance phenomena and their effects on the dynamics of particle interactions can be attained. This research paper embarks on a mathematical journey that holds the potential to shed light on the intricate structure of particle interactions. With a specific focus on the 𝜌(770) resonance, the analysis delves into the mathematical modelling of the 𝑇-Matrix.
Verma, Mayul, "Resonance Signatures in 𝜋+𝜋− Scattering: Theoretical Analysis and Interpretation" (2023). 2023 REYES Proceedings. 2.