Work­shop LQP 30

The 30th Workshop on Foundations and Constructive Aspects of Quantum Field Theory took place on June 22/23, 2012 at Paderborn University.

Spacetime Coordinates

The workshop started on Friday, June 22, at 2 pm. It ended on Saturday, June 23, around 3 pm. All talks were given in Lecture Hall D2 (D building, ground floor, see campus map)


If you would like to participate – it's too late, sorry.


A list of participants registered so far is available here.


You may download the program of the workshop in PDF or just see below:

Friday, June 22, 2012

Location: Lecture Hall D2, Building D, Paderborn University, Warburger Straße 100, Paderborn

Name Talk Time
  Welcome address 14:00–14:10
Michał Wrochna
Universität Göttingen
On-shell extension of distributions 14:10–14:50
Walter van Suijlekom
Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
Moduli spaces of instantons on toric noncommutative manifolds 14:55–15:35
  coffee break 15:40–16:10
Nicola Pinamonti
Università degli Studi di Genova
The horizon problem in quantum spacetime 16:10–16:50
  break 16:55–17:25
Benjamin Bahr
Cambridge University
Spin foam models: Towards diffeomorphism-invariant
path integral measures
Alexander Stottmeister
Universität Erlangen/Nürnberg
Gauge symmetry exchange and its relation to dynamics
with applications to general relativity
  dinner 19:30


Saturday, June 23, 2012

Location: Lecture Hall D2, Building D, Paderborn University, Warburger Straße 100, Paderborn

Name Talk Time
Hanno Gottschalk
Bergische Universität Wuppertal
Triviality of the effective action in the AdS/CFT correspondence
for quantum fields with exponential interaction
Jochen Zahn
Universität Göttingen
The effective theory of strings 09:55–10:35
  coffee break 10:40–11:10
Marco Benini
INFN Pavia
Relative Cauchy evolution for the electromagnetic field 11:10–11:50
Alexander Schenkel
Bergische Universität Wuppertal
Linear bosonic and fermionic quantum gauge theories
on curved spacetimes
  lunch break 12:40–13:30
Wolfgang Junker
A representation theorem for Hadamard states
and some applications
Wojciech Dybalski
Université Paris-Sud
Asymptotic completeness of two-body scattering in a class
of translationally invariant, non-relativistic QFT