Algebraic
Quantum Field Theory
The first 50 years

Göttingen,

July 29-31, 2009

Satellite Conference
of the International Congress on Mathematical Physics


Prague 2009


Registration

List of Participants

Program





Video recordings

Slides


SPEAKERS

Romeo Brunetti (Trento) (pdf)
Sergio Doplicher (Rome) (pdf)
David Evans (Cardiff) (pdf)
Chris Fewster (York) (pdf)
Klaus Fredenhagen (Hamburg) (pdf)
Daniele Guido (Rome) (pdf)
Rudolf Haag (Hamburg) (pdf)
Stefan Hollands (Cardiff) (pdf)
Gandalf Lechner (Vienna) (pdf)
Roberto Longo (Rome) (pdf)
Valter Moretti (Trento) (pdf)
John Roberts (Rome) (pdf)
Stephen Summers (Gainesville) (pdf)
Rainer Verch (Leipzig) (pdf)
Robert Wald (Chicago) (pdf)
Jakob Yngvason (Vienna) (pdf)

AIMS AND SCOPE

Fifty years after the seminal paper, written by Rudolf Haag in Göttingen, appeared in the Lille proceedings, Algebraic Quantum Field Theory has accumulated a wealth of celebrated insights. Recent developments have opened new and promising perspectives. The conference will provide an overview of the many modern facets of this approach.


Location

Institute for Theoretical Physics
Friedrich-Hund-Platz 1
D-37077 Göttingen

Organizers

Dorothea Bahns - Detlev Buchholz - Pierre Martinetti - Karl-Henning Rehren

Courant Research Centre "Higher Order Structures in Mathematics"
and

Institute for Theoretical Physics
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen