Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual

Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual

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What is Quantum Field Theory?

2011, Sep 14 -- Sep 18

Organizers:
M. Aguado (MPI, Garching), F. Falceto, G. Luzón (U. Zaragoza), D. García-Alvarez (U. C. Louvain), J.L. López (U. P. Navarra), J.M. Muñoz-Castañeda (U. Leipzig)

Thursday, September 15
  • 09:30h
  • What is Quantum Field Theory?
     J. I. Latorre
  • 10:15h
  • Probability as notion of state in quantum and classical theory
     V. Manko
  • 11:00h
  • New Lattice Gauge Theories from Quantum Computation
     M. A. Martín-Delgado
  • 12:15h
  • Global gauge anomalies in two dimensions
     K. Gawedzki
  • 13:00h
  • Infinite Matrix Product States and Conformal Field Theory
     G. Sierra
     
     
  • 16:00h
  • Quantum field theory: the spectral point of view
     F. Lizzi
  • 16:45h
  • From quantum field theory to quantum gravity and back
     J. L. F. Barbón
  • 18:00h
  • What is a quantum field on a noncommutative space-time?
     A. Ibort
  • 18:45h
  • Effective approach and decoupling in QFT
     I. Shapiro

    Friday, September 16
    • 09:30h
    • The equivalence theorems and the manifestly Lorentz invariant formulation of nonabelian gauge theories, suitable for nonperturbative calculations
       A. A. Slavnov
    • 10:15h
    • What is Quantum Field Theory? Beyond Special Relativity
       J. L. Cortés
    • 11:00h
    • The Geometrical Formulation of Quantum Theory, will it help?
       G. Marmo
    • 12:15h
    • Considerations on Non-perturbative Quantum Field Theory
       A. González-Arroyo
    • 13:00h
    • Gross-Neveu Condensates: Integrability at Work
       G. Dunne
       
       
    • 16:00h
    • Planar QED description of graphene: from the Hall effect to nanodevices
       E. M. Santángelo
    • 16:45h
    • Counting in the Landscape
       A. Seguí
    • 18:00h
    • Quantum Zeno effect and dynamics
       S. Pascazio
    • 18:45h
    • On Feynman path integrals for Quantum Fields
       L. J. Boya

      Saturday, September 17
      • 09:30h
      • Lower dimensional Field Theory and ocurrences of topological defects in Condensed Matter
         J. Sánchez-Guillén
      • 10:15h
      • Modified gravity: new paradigm for unified description of the universe evolution
         S. Odintsov
      • 11:00h
      • Casimir effect and delta potential scattering
         J. M. Muñoz
      • 12:15h
      • Renormalization Group Flows and Supersymmetry
         A. Wipf
      • 13:00h
      • Self avoiding walks and Field theory
         P. K. Mitter

        This session has received financial support from the following institutions:

        • logo CSIC
        • Gobierno de Aragón
        • Ministerio de educación y ciencia
        • DPH
        • Universidad de Zaragoza
        • Ayuntamiento de Benasque

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