Regensburg Conference 2010, September 28 - October 1
Conceptual and mathematical advances in the search for a unified framework
Regensburg Danube promenade

In the tradition of the meetings in Blaubeuren (2003 and 2005) and Leipzig (2007), the aim of this conference is to bring together physicists and mathematicians working in quantum field theory and general relativity, and to encourage scientific discussions on fundamental and conceptual issues. Selected talks will introduce different directions of research, in a way as non-technical and easily accessible as possible. The conference is also intended for young researchers on the graduate and post-graduate level.

Confirmed invited participants:

  • Christian Bär (Potsdam)
  • Julian Barbour (Oxford)
  • Helga Baum (Berlin)
  • Andreas Döring (Oxford)
  • Michael Dütsch (Göttingen)
  • Thomas Elze (Pisa)
  • Bertfried Fauser (Birmingham)
  • Chris Fewster (York)
  • Christian Fleischhack (Paderborn)
  • Klaus Fredenhagen (Hamburg)
  • Domenico Giulini (Hannover)
  • Dietrich Häfner (Grenoble)
  • Christian Hainzl (Tübingen)
  • Stefan Hollands (Cardiff)
  • Ines Kath (Greifswald)
  • Claus Kiefer (Köln)
  • Michael Kiessling (Rutgers)
  • Jerzy Kijowski (Warszawa)
  • Renate Loll (Utrecht)
  • Dieter Lüst (München)
  • Robert Oeckl (Morelia)
  • Daniele Oriti (Golm)
  • Gerd Rudolph (Leipzig)
  • Miguel Sánchez (Granada)
  • Alexander Strohmaier (Loughborough)
  • Blake Temple (Davis)
  • Stefan Teufel (Tübingen)
  • Rainer Verch (Leipzig)
  • Mu-Tao Wang (Columbia)


  • Felix Finster, Olaf Müller, Marc Nardmann, Jürgen Tolksdorf (Regensburg)
  • Eberhard Zeidler (Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, Leipzig)

This is a joint conference of the University of Regensburg and the National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina.

Supported by:

  • Logo of the Regensburg University Foundation
  • Logo of the Leopoldina National Academy of Sciences
  • Logo of the Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach Foundation
  • Logo of the Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences, Leipzig
  • Logo of the International Association of Mathematical Physics
  • Logo of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
  • (You can obtain additional information by clicking on the sponsor logos.)

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