Regular Seminar David Schaich (Liverpool)
Lattice field theory provides a non-perturbative regularization suitable for strongly interacting systems, which has proven crucial to the study of quantum chromodynamics among many other theories. Lattice investigations of supersymmetric field theories have a long history but often struggle due to the interplay of supersymmetry with the lattice discretization of space-time. I will discuss a way around these difficulties for d-dimensional supersymmetric Yang--Mills theories with at least 2^d supercharges. After informally reviewing some highlights of the lattice formulation, I will survey a selection of results from recent and ongoing numerical studies, including tests of holographic dualities.