Foundational and structural aspects of gauge theories

from Thursday, 25 May 2017 (17:30) to Friday, 2 June 2017 (18:00)
Mainz Institute for Theoretical Physics, Johannes Gutenberg University (02.430)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
29 May 2017
30 May 2017
31 May 2017
1 Jun 2017
2 Jun 2017
AM
09:50 Welcome Address   (02.430)
10:00 Viability of the Asymptotic Safety scenario beyond renormalizability? - Prof. Martin Reuter (Universität Mainz)   (02.430)
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11:00 Coffee Break   (02.430)
11:30 Weak signals of quantum spacetime from electromagnetic interactions of neutral dark matter - Prof. Gerardo Morsella (University of Rome "Tor Vergata")   (02.430)
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10:00 From factorization algebras to twisted functorial field theories - the topological case - Dr Claudia Scheimbauer (University of Oxford)   (02.430)
11:00 Coffee Break   (02.430)
11:30 BV formalism in functorial QFT in Lorentzian and Euclidean signature - Dr Kasia Rejzner (University of York)   (02.430)
10:00 The locally convex Weyl algebra - Prof. Stefan Waldmann (Universität Würzburg)   (02.430)
11:00 Coffee Break   (02.430)
11:30 Topological charges and spacelike linearity in QED - Dr Giuseppe Ruzzi (University of Rome "Tor Vergata")   (02.430)
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10:00 Higher structures in Dijkgraaf-Witten theories - Prof. Christoph Schweigert (Universität Hamburg)   (02.430)
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11:00 Coffee Break   (02.430)
11:30 Supersymmetric gauge theories and geometric representation theory - Prof. Richard Szabo (Heriot-Watt University)   (02.430)
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10:00 A noncommutative approach to the quantisation of lattice gauge theories - Dr Francesca Arici (University of Nijmegen)   (02.430)
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11:00 Coffee Break   (02.430)
11:30 Massive vector bosons: an indication for non-compatibility of the Higgs mechanism with the renormalization group flow - Dr Michael Dütsch (Universität Göttingen)   (02.430)
PM
12:30
Lunch Break (until 14:30) (02.430)
14:30 An IDEAL characterization of FLRW spacetimes - Dr Igor Khavkine (University of Milan)   (02.430)
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15:30 Coffee Break   (02.430)
16:00 Hyperbolic Differential Complexes - Prof. Pedro Lauridsen Ribeiro (University of Sao Paolo)   (02.430)
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17:00 Non-existence of natural states for Abelian Chern-Simons theory - Dr Simone Murro (Universität Regensburg)   (02.430)
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12:30
Lunch Break (until 14:30) (02.430)
14:30 Towards homotopical algebraic quantum field theory - Dr Alexander Schenkel (University of Nottingham)   (02.430)
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15:30 Coffee Break   (02.430)
16:00 Background-independence in gauge theories - Mr Mojtaba Taslimitehrani (Universität Leipzig)   (02.430)
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17:00 A perturbative renormalizability of SU(2) Yang-Mills theory in four-dimensional Euclidean space which is based on the Flow Equations of the renormalization group - Mr Alexander Efremov (University of Paris)   (02.430)
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12:30
Lunch Break (until 14:30) (02.430)
14:30 Non-relativistic QED in different gauges - Dr Wojciech Dybalski (Technische Universität München)   (02.430)
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15:30 Coffee Break   (02.430)
16:00 Scattering of atoms and non-locality of the vacuum in QED - Mr Maximilan Duell (Technische Universität München)   (02.430)
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17:00 Extending the algebraic construction of integrable QFTs - Dr Daniela Cadamuro (Technische Universität München)   (02.430)
12:30
Lunch Break (until 14:30) (02.430)
14:30 Hopf algebra gauge theories on ribbon graphs - Prof. Catherine Meusburger (Universität Erlangen)   (02.430)
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15:30 Coffee Break   (02.430)
16:00 Weyl quantization for gauge theories in terms of projective limits of graphs - Dr Alexander Stottmeister (University of Rome "Tor Vergata")   (02.430)
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17:00 Stability of thermal states in perturbative algebraic quantum field theory - Mr Federico Faldino (University of Genoa)   (02.430)
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