## Carlos Rodriguez

About me

I'm a physicist interested in the mathematical aspects of scattering amplitudes in general, and of

*string* scattering amplitudes in particular.

I did my PhD at Uppsala University, under the supervision of Oliver Schlotterer.

I'm currently a member of Anna-Laura Sattelberger's research group as a postdoc at the Max Planck

Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences at Leipzig, in the context of the ERC Synergy Grant

UNIVERSE PLUS.
Some research interests

The evaluation of Feynman integrals as Laporta taught us requires huge amounts of *linear* algebra.

But one can also use tools of *nonlinear* algebra to "skip" steps of these computations, and even to

better understand the answers. How much more can we learn of Feynman integrals using nonlinear

algebra, and can we do it efficiently? Auspiciously, the same mathematical tools work for Feynman

integrals work for string amplitudes.

I'm also interested in the intersection of Mathematics, Physics and Machine Learning.
Publications

You can find my publications here.
Contact information

You can contact me by e-mail.