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9th Tux Workshop on Quantum Gravity

After the 2021 edition had to be cancelled due to Covid-19, the tradition of Tux winter workshops on quantum gravity shall be resumed in 2022. The next workshop in the series is scheduled for February 14-18, 2022 in Tux (Austria).

Facing sky-rocketing Covid-19 figures, we have been discussing whether an on-site workshop is both advisable and legally possible. Concerning legal issues (see also below) we do not anticipate any restrictions that completely interdict such meetings; nevertheless, we expect several obligations like mask mandates or vaccination requirements. Concerning advisabilitiy, the situation has been much more controversial. Finally, we decided to indeed organize Tux 2022, but this time as a hybrid workshop (both on-site in Tux and online) and with split responsibilities: the in-presence parts will be in the sole responsibility of Jerzy Lewandowski.

Organizers

Christian Fleischhack christian.fleischhack ...... math.upb.de Universität Paderborn
Jerzy Lewandowski jerzy.lewandowski ....... fuw.edu.pl Uniwersytet Warszawski

The organizers are glad to be assisted this year by

Mehdi Assanioussi mehdi.assanioussi ....... fuw.edu.pl Uniwersytet Warszawski
Ilkka Mäkinen ilkka.makinen ....... fuw.edu.pl Uniwersytet Warszawski

Please replace the dots and spaces by @.

Registration

Please register your participation in the workshop by e-mail to the conference address

tuxworkshop . . . . . . . . fuw.edu.pl (spaced dots to be replaced by "@")

as soon as possible, and before Friday, December 17, 2021. Please let us know whether you plan to be on-site in Tux or on-line only. If you will come to Tux, please also indicate your dates of arrival and departure.

Please send title and abstract of your proposed talk to the same address. The deadline for talk submission is Thursday, January 13, 2022, although earlier submission is strongly encouraged.

Please let us know if your name, affiliation and talk details shall not be published at the website.

Schedule

The schedule is now available.

Further Information

Scope

The aim is to bring together experts on loop quantum gravity and related topics. In general, the topics of the workshop include  

  • All approaches to loop quantum gravity (e.g. canonical, covariant, GFT)
  • Other approaches to quantum gravity and their relation to LQG
  • LQG related quantum gravity phenomenology
  • Quantum gravity topics of general interest
  • GR and differential geometry topics of general interest

First and foremost, we would like to invite you to take part in the meeting and to submit a talk.

Covid-19

The pandemic situation is very volatile. We cannot give a comprehensive account on all the rules as they may also depend on time and on the country you are living in or coming from. The following information is to be considered as a guideline.

First, as a rule of thumb: if you are fully vaccinated (including booster shot) and not coming from a virus variant area, you can expect (as of today, Jan 5, 2022) to be allowed to come to Tux and to attend the workshop. Please also expect that there are certain additional requirements on the spot like mask mandates.

Now, more in detail. In general, the rules affect us mainly in four different areas: entry to Austria, restrictions within Austria, the workshop itself, the situation in Tux outside Tux center.

Entry to Austria: At present, the main rules are given by the "Einreiseverordnung" (in German). As of Feb 7, 2022, you may qualify for an entry without quarantine if you are fully vaccinated (usually 2 jabs) or past SARS-CoV-2 infection and if you meet at least two out of the following three conditions

  1. Having received a booster shot
  2. Being tested negative
  3. Not been to a virus variant area within 10 days prior to arrival

Note that there are certain time limits for how long the last shot, infection, or test may have been ago.

As of Feb 7, 2022, the list of virus variant areas is empty. Note that citizenship is not relevant in this regard, but physical presence.

Austria in general: Since very recently, if you stay in a hotel, you have to be fully vaccinated or recovered. The same applies to restaurants. There are FFP2 mask mandates, in particular, for public transportation.

Workshop itself: In general, organizers are responsible for the compliance with any on-site rules. At present, they comprise that you have to be fully vaccinated or recovered to enter Tux center. Organizers (here: Jerzy Lewandowski) are responsible to check the status of the participants. Note that Tux Center is a registered testing site, so they can test the people that need tests. There is also a requirement that anybody has to sit at the same spot in the seminar room every time. Further policies may involve mask mandates or runny-nose exclusions (people having respiratory symptoms might not be allowed to enter the venue).

Tux in general: At present, we have no idea what will be the regulations concerning restaurants etc. in February. Therefore, we decided not to officially organize a start-up or conference dinner. Of course, feel free to gather for dinner as far as it is allowed, if you like to and if you think it is responsible.

Please note that all the information we have provided here, is informal and not legally binding. Also we will not be able to communicate any future changes in the rules. However, if we do become aware of some relevant changes, we will let you know.

(All information as of February 7, 2022.)

Contact
E-mail tuxworkshop........fuw.edu.pl   (with the dots replaced by @)

You may also feel free to contact any of the organizers.

Venue

Tux-Center
Lanersbach 401
6293 Tux
Austria

Finances

This year's conference is supported by Paderborn University. Therefore, there will again be no conference fee.

At the same time, however, we do not expect to have any financial support available directly for participants.

Travel

The nearest train station for long-distance trains is Jenbach; from Jenbach there is a light train to Mayrhofen and then a bus to Tux.

The nearest airports are Munich and Innsbruck. There is also an affordable shuttle service from Munich airport.

Accomodation

There is a tourist service that can find accommodation according to your specifications and help with the booking. You can also book online on the their website (see "search and book"), but it may also be helpful to call them, as not all places are bookable online. They speak English:

Phone +43 5287 8506
Fax +43 5287 8508
E-mail info............tux.at   (with dots replaced by @)

Please notice that the conference venue is in Tux-Lanersbach. If you stay in Hintertux or in Finkenberg, you would have to take a bus to get there.

Participants
Asier Alonso-Bardaji University of the Basque Country
Ibai Asensio Pol Radboud University
Mehdi Assanioussi University of Warsaw
Sepideh Bakhoda Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen
Charlie Beil University of Graz
Michał Bobula University of Wroclaw
Suddhasattwa Brahma University of Edinburgh
Andrea Calcinari University of Sheffield
Alicia Castro Bermudez Radboud University
Eugenia Colafranceschi University of Nottingham
Grzegorz Czelusta Jagiellonian University
Anne-Catherine de la Hamette University of Vienna
Roukaya Dekhil Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Mihailo Djordjevic University of Belgrade
Andrzej Dragan University of Warsaw
Maciej Dunajski University of Cambridge
Max Joseph Fahn Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen
Christian Fleischhack Paderborn University
Laurent Freidel Perimeter institute
David García Heredia Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Alejandro García-Quismondo CSIC
Steffen Gielen University of Sheffield
Kristina Giesel Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen
Christophe Goeller Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Mateo Pascual Gomez-Cuetara University of Western Ontario
Muxin Han Florida Atlantic University
Matthew Hogan Texas Tex University
Alexander Jercher Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Viktoria Kabel Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information
Wojciech Kaminski University of Warsaw
Igor Kanatchikov Nat'l Quantum Information Center, Sopot
Maciej Kolanowski University of Warsaw
Maciej Kowalczyk University of Wrocław
Simon Langenscheidt Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Jerzy Lewandowski University of Warsaw
Klaus Liegener -
Hongguang Liu Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen
Gaoping Long South China University of Technology
Yasmine M'hirsi Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen
Ilkka Mäkinen University of Warsaw
Luca Marchetti Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Mercedes Martín-Benito Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Anupam Mazumdar University of Groningen
Guillermo A. Mena Marugán CSIC
Lucía Menéndez-Pidal University of Nottingham
Lisa Mickel University of Sheffield
Jakub Mielczarek Jagiellonian University
Jonas Neuser Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen
Rita Neves Complutense University of Madrid
Jan Novak -
Javier Olmedo University of Granada
Daniele Oriti Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Xiankai Pang Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Tomasz Pawłowski University of Wrocław
Andreas Pithis Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Jorge Pullin Louisiana State University
Tijana Radenković University of Belgrade
Saeed Rastgoo York University
Hanno Sahlmann Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen
Vinicius M. G. Silveira Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Shupeng Song Beijing Institute of Technology
Pavle Stipsić University of Belgrade
Johannes Thürigen University of Münster
Tomasz Trzesniewski University of Wroclaw
Deepak Vaid National Institute of Technology Karnataka
Marko Vojinovic University of Belgrade
Wolfgang Wieland Austrian Academy of Sciences
Ruijue Yan Beijing Normal University
Anniela M. R. Zarate Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen
Xiangdong Zhang South China University of Technology
Cong Zhang University of Warsaw

(as of February 6, 2022)

Visa

Please note that we can not support visa applications in most cases.

2023

The 10th Tux workshop on quantum gravity is preliminarily planned to take place on Feb 13-17, 2023. We hope that we will be able to then fully return to the traditional Tux workshop style. You may find information about previous editions via the following links:

Also, in 2023, Norbert Bodendorfer and Hanno Sahlmann are expected to return as co-organizers; unfortunately, this year, for various reasons, they cannot join us.

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