Third Erlangen Fall School on Quantum Geometry


Department Mathematik, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

Erlangen, September 15-18 2014



The Erlangen Fall Schools on Quantum Geometry are a series of interdisciplinary schools on mathematical physics topics surrounding geometry and quantisation. They address postdocs and PhD students from both subjects and aim to provide an overview as well as an in-depth understanding of current research topics at the interface of mathematics and physics.

Courses

The Third Erlangen Fall School on Quantum Geometry involves three intensive lecture series on:

Each lecture series consists of approximately 6 hours of lectures as well as problem and discussion sessions. They are aimed at a mixed audience of mathematicians and physicists and are accessible to PhD students and postdocs. Abstracts, references, further reading and lecture notes are given on the programme page.


Registration and Support

Participants should register on the school's registration page by July 31 2014. There is a limited amount of funding to provide financial support to PhD students and young researchers. If you require funding to cover your travel and/or acomodation cost, please indicate so on the registration form.


Organisers


Travel and Directions

The workshop will take place in Erlangen, which is a university town in the south-east of Germany in the region of Franconia. It is easy to reach by a combination of air and train travel. For detailed travel instructions, see our travel and directions page. The conference venue is the Department of Mathematics, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Cauerstraße 11, 91058 Erlangen. (Map, Campus Map ) The talks will take place in the lecture theatre Hörsaal 12 on the first floor.

Background

The Third Erlangen Fall School on Quantum Geometry is an activity of the Emerging Fields Project Quantum Geometry and funded by the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg via its Emerging Fields Initiative. Further information on the previous schools can be found here: