Click each talk’s link to view a video as well as the slides of the talk:

- Rudolf Haag – Local Algebras: A look back at the early years and at some successes and missed opportunities
- Klaus Fredenhagen – The impact of the algebraic approach on perturbative quantum field theory
- Sergio Doplicher – Algebraic Perspectives in Interacting Classical Field Theories
- Jakob Yngvason – The Borchers-Uhlmann Algebra and its Descendants
- John E. Roberts – Cohomology in the service of AQFT
- Roberto Longo – Standard Subspaces and Applications to Quantum Field Theory
- David E. Evans – Operator Algebras: Impact of AQFT on Subfactors and K-theory
- Daniele Guido – Gromov-Hausdorff limits in quantum field theory
- Gandalf Lechner – Deformations of operator algebras and the construction of quantum field theories
- Stephen J. Summers – Yet More Ado About Nothing: The Remarkable Relativistic Vacuum State
- Robert M. Wald – Axiomatic Quantum Field Theory in Curved Spacetime
- Rainer Verch – A Guided Tour to Concepts and Developments in Quantum Field Theory on Curved Spacetime
- Stefan Hollands – Perturbative Quantum Field Theory and Vertex Algebras
- Chris J. Fewster – Perspectives on local covariance
- Romeo Brunetti – Algebraic Perspectives in Interacting Classical Field Theories
- Valter Moretti – QFT in curved spacetimes containing null-like boundaries and bulk to boundary correspondence