Dear members of the scientific community,

especially those working in mathematical and particle physics and related fields, we are pleased to invite you to the international conference

Selected Topics in Mathematical and Particle Physics
Prague 2009

which is organized by fourth institutions : Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University Prague, Institute of Physics of the AS CR, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague and Nuclear Physics Institute of the AS CR on the occasion of Prof. Jiří Niederle 70th birthday.

It will be held in Prague, Czech Republic on May 5-7, 2009 in New York University in Prague (Male namesti 11, CZ-110 00 Prague 1).

The preliminary scientific program

includes the following topics:
  • Quantum and Geometric Aspects of Supersymmetric Theories,
  • Higher-Spin Theories,
  • String Theories,
  • New Symmetries in Mathematics and Physics,
  • Particle physics (what we can expect from LHC, extra-dimensions,...).
The programme of the Conference includes about nine (40 minutes) talks scheduled for three morning sessions. Further contributions (30 minutes talks) will be presented during afternoon sessions.

List of talks

Azcarraga Jose A. de : On n-ary algebras
Bandos Igor: SDiff gauge theories, BLG model and its N=8 superspace formulation
Bičák Jiří: Gravitomagnetism
De Rujula Alvaro: The threat of dark science
Doebner Heinz-Dietrich : Nonlinear Symmetries in Quantum Mechanics
Engelen Jos: The physics of Tera scale
Faddeev Ludwig: Discrete evolution for the zero mode of quantum Liouville model
Fedoruk Sergey: Superconformal Calogero models as a gauged matrix mechanics
Fischer Jan: On the class of functions represented by an asymptotic perturbation expansion in QCD
Furlan Paolo: A Finite Liouville Dress for c<1 Boundary Degenerate Matter.
Gazeau Jean Pierre: Moment problem and coherent states quantization
Hořava Peter: Quantum Gravity in Detailed Balance
Ivanov Evgeny: Models of multiple M2 branes in N=3 harmonic superspace
Jenni Peter: The ATLAS Experiment Entering Operation
Kerner Richard: Ternary symmetries and the Lorentz group
Kotecký Roman: Gradient models: renormalisation group in action
Krivonos Sergey: N=4 superconformal n-particle mechanics
Lukierski Jerzy: Twistorial string models
Meissner Krzysztof: Conformal Symmetry and the Standard Model
Mickelsson Jouko: From gauge anomalies to gerbes and gerbal actions
Nikitin Anatoly: Chern-Simons model in (1+3)-dimensional Minkowski space
Randjbar-Daemi Seifallah: Branes, Tensions and Spectrum in 6D Supergravity
Schnabl Martin: Prospects of String Field Theory
Sissakian Alexei: Research program and innovation zone of JINR
Sorokin Dmitri: Higher-Spin Triplets in the Frame-like Formulation
Stuchlík Zdeněk: The role of the relict cosmological constant in astrophysical phenomena
Todorov Ivan: Gauge Symmetry and Howe Duality in 4d Conformal QFT Models
Znojil Miloslav: Time-dependent Hilbert spaces in quantum theory

Talk schedule
May 5, 09:20Opening
May 5, 09:30-10:10Faddeev LudwigDiscrete evolution for the zero mode of quantum Liouville model
May 5, 10:10-10:50Sissakian AlexeiResearch program and innovation zone of JINR
May 5, 11:20-12:00De Rujula AlvaroThe threat of dark science
May 5, 12:00-12:40Engelen JosThe physics of Tera scale
May 5, 14:00-14:30Jenni PeterThe ATLAS Experiment Entering Operation
May 5, 14:30-15:00Mickelsson JoukoFrom gauge anomalies to gerbes and gerbal actions
May 5, 15:00-15:30Nikitin AnatolyChern-Simons model in (1+3)-dimensional Minkowski space
May 5, 16:00-16:30Bičák JiříGravitomagnetism
May 5, 16:30-17:00Kotecký RomanGradient models: renormalisation group in action
May 6, 09:30-10:10Hořava PeterQuantum Gravity in Detailed Balance
May 6, 10:10-10:50Lukierski JerzyTwistorial string models
May 6, 11:20-12:00Randjbar-Daemi SeifallahBranes, Tensions and Spectrum in 6D Supergravity
May 6, 12:00-12:40Todorov IvanGauge Symmetry and Howe Duality in 4d Conformal QFT Models
May 6, 14:00-14:30Fischer JanOn the class of functions represented by an asymptotic perturbation expansion in QCD
May 6, 14:30-15:00Gazeau Jean PierreMoment problem and coherent states quantization
May 6, 15:00-15:30Kerner RichardTernary symmetries and the Lorentz group
May 6, 16:00-16:30Znojil MiloslavTime-dependent Hilbert spaces in quantum theory
May 6, 16:30-17:00Stuchlík ZdeněkThe role of the relict cosmological constant in astrophysical phenomena
May 6, 17:00-17:30Furlan PaoloA Finite Liouville Dress for c<1 Boundary Degenerate Matter.
May 7, 09:30-10:10Doebner Heinz-Dietrich Nonlinear Symmetries in Quantum Mechanics
May 7, 10:10-10:50Azcarraga Jose A. de On n-ary algebras
May 7, 11:20-12:00Schnabl MartinProspects of String Field Theory
May 7, 12:00-12:40Sorokin DmitriHigher-Spin Triplets in the Frame-like Formulation
May 7, 14:00-14:30Meissner KrzysztofConformal Symmetry and the Standard Model
May 7, 14:30-15:00Ivanov EvgenyModels of multiple M2 branes in N=3 harmonic superspace
May 7, 15:00-15:30Bandos IgorSDiff gauge theories, BLG model and its N=8 superspace formulation
May 7, 16:00-16:30Krivonos SergeyN=4 superconformal n-particle mechanics
May 7, 16:30-17:00Fedoruk SergeySuperconformal Calogero models as a gauged matrix mechanics

List of participants

Organizing committee

Č. Burdík (Chairman), M. Bednář, J. Fischer, L. Hlavatý, J. Hořejší, J. Hošek, R. Leitner, O. Navrátil, S. Pošta, M. Schnabl, V. Šimák, P. Závada.

International advisory committee

E. Ivanov (Chairman-Dubna), J.A. de Azcarraga (Valencia), J. Dobeš (Prague), J. P. Gazeau (Paris), M. Havlíček (Prague), J. Chýla (Prague),R. Kerner (Paris), J. Lukierski (Wroclaw), J. Mickelsson (Stockholm), A. G. Nikitin (Kiev), D. Sternheimer (Keio and Bourgogne).

Registration

Persons interested in participating are kindly asked to fill in the registration form.

Accommodation

Acommodation directly in Villa Lanna or in the Academy Residence can be arranged via Organizing committee. Please inform us in advance since it can take some time to proceed booking. Conference e-mail address is burdik@kmlinux.fjfi.cvut.cz. There are many other possibilities for accommodation in historical center of Prague. See for example websites: www.visitprague.cz, www.hotel-prag.info, www.hotelsprague.cz or www.toprague.cz.

Proceedings

Proceedings of this conference will be published in Acta Polytechnica. For rules how to prepare manuscripts see general guidelines for authors .

Travel and Tourist information

You can reach Villa Lanna from the airport either by taxi or by public pransport (use public transport, direct bus No. 119, direction Dejvická, see this scheme; take metro A to the Hradčanská station, Vila Lanna is located about 10 minutes walk from here; at night between 01-05 a.m. you can use bus 510 and tram 51, see this scheme). You can download the map of Prague city center suitable for sightseeing here.

If you plan to use a taxi in Prague it is recommended to use yellow taxi AAA.

Contact

prof. Čestmír Burdík

Department of Mathematics
Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering
Czech Technical University
Trojanova 13, CZ-120 00 Prague
Czech Republic
Phone: (+420) 224 358 549
FAX (+420) 224 918 643
E-mail: burdik@kmlinux.fjfi.cvut.cz
WWW: http://www.km.fjfi.cvut.cz/conference/st2009/

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