@inproceedings{0a00fccf6a2e43b693462323bbbc5667,

title = "The Chirality-Flow Formalism for Standard Model Calculations",

abstract = "Scattering amplitudes are often split up into their color (su(N) ) and kinematic components. Since the su(N) gauge part can be described using flows of color, one may anticipate that the su(2 ) ⊕ su(2 ) kinematic part can be described in terms of flows of chirality. In two recent papers we showed that this is indeed the case, introducing the chirality-flow formalism for standard model calculations. Using the chirality-flow method—which builds on and further simplifies the spinor-helicity formalism—Feynman diagrams can be directly written down in terms of Lorentz-invariant spinor inner products, allowing the simplest and most direct path from a Feynman diagram to a complex number. In this presentation, we introduce this method and show some examples.",

keywords = "Chirality flow, Feynman rules, Spinor-helicity formalism",

author = "Joakim Alnefjord and Andrew Lifson and Christian Reuschle and Malin Sj{\"o}dahl",

year = "2022",

doi = "10.1007/978-981-19-4751-3_34",

language = "English",

isbn = "9789811947506",

series = "Springer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics",

publisher = "Springer Gabler",

pages = "387--394",

editor = "Vladimir Dobrev",

booktitle = "International Workshop on Lie Theory and Its Applications in Physics",

address = "Germany",

note = "14th International Workshop on Lie Theory and Its Applications in Physics, LT 2021 ; Conference date: 21-06-2021 Through 25-06-2021",

}