Standard model; Strong interactions; Effective field theories; Dispersion relations; Search for new physics
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After the start of the operations at the LHC and a first year of running,the particle physics community is still looking for hints, if not of a goodand clear signal, of physics beyond the standard model (SM). There areseveral hints coming from flavour physics, but none of them is conclusiveyet. In the latter field, more than ever, progress is achieved by severalsmall improvements both on the experimental as well as on the theoreticalside, whose common aim is to accumulate and make clearer the evidence ofdeviations from the SM.After the completion of a generation of high-precision experiments inflavour physics, a new series of yet higher precision experiments is beingprepared: NA62 at CERN, Project X and the new $(g-2)_\mu$ experiment atFermilab, kaon-physics experiments at JPARC, as well as the SuperBfactories in Japan and in Italy (I mention only the experiments which haveto do with hadronic physics and omit those investigating flavour violationsin the leptonic sector). These experiments call for improved theoreticalcalculations to match the level of precision they aim at.The main goal of this project is to improve our calculations ofstrong--interaction effects for low-energy observables which are ofinterest in flavour physics. In this way we can, as a minimal goal,increase the precision of our knowledge of fundamental parameters of the SMwhich we determine from experiments or, in the best case, detect signals ofphysics beyond the SM. The tools we use to deal with strong interactionsare: chiral perturbation theory (CHPT), nonrelativistic effective fieldtheory (NREFT), dispersion relations and numerical lattice calculations.Although we do not directly perform the latter, we apply effective fieldtheory methods which help in doing the necessary extrapolations before onecan use the numerical results in connection with phenomenology. At thelevel of precision now reached in calculating low-energy strong interactioneffects, isospin violations matter -- NREFT and ChPT are the tools whichallow us to take these effects also into account.