At
present the theoretical frontier has reached the level when for
certain, mostly inclusive
processes, we can perform all order perturbative QCD
resummations. The results are
usually expressed as evolution equations, which govern the
variation of scattering amplitude as the energy of the process
increases. These evolution
equations in QCD aim to replace the old Reggeon
calculus, broadly used for high
energy hadron phenomenology.

On theoretical side I am looking for an effective field theoretical description of high energy phenomena, which are traditionally discussed in terms of the Regge phenomenology. The ultimate goal is to derive and solve an effective Reggeon Field Theory (RFT) as the correct limit of QCD at high energies. The derivation is based on leading order perturbative resummation and includes various non-linear effects induces by high gluon densities of colliding particles.

Apart of purely theoretical interest in understanding the high energy limit of QCD, the RFT should be an important tool for collider phenomenology . These are deep inelastic scattering experiments at HERA and eRHIC, as well as hadron and heavy ion collisions at the LHC, RHIC and TeVatron. One of the central questions to be studied is the effect of high energy resummation on proton structure functions. The latter are broadly used for computing scattering processes at hadron colliders. Precise knowledge of proton structure functions is crucial for many experiments, and especially for the success of the research program at the LHC.

On theoretical side I am looking for an effective field theoretical description of high energy phenomena, which are traditionally discussed in terms of the Regge phenomenology. The ultimate goal is to derive and solve an effective Reggeon Field Theory (RFT) as the correct limit of QCD at high energies. The derivation is based on leading order perturbative resummation and includes various non-linear effects induces by high gluon densities of colliding particles.

Apart of purely theoretical interest in understanding the high energy limit of QCD, the RFT should be an important tool for collider phenomenology . These are deep inelastic scattering experiments at HERA and eRHIC, as well as hadron and heavy ion collisions at the LHC, RHIC and TeVatron. One of the central questions to be studied is the effect of high energy resummation on proton structure functions. The latter are broadly used for computing scattering processes at hadron colliders. Precise knowledge of proton structure functions is crucial for many experiments, and especially for the success of the research program at the LHC.