# Program and slides of the talks

**Wednesday, Sept. 21**

- 10:00
**Detlev Buchholz**(University of Göttingen):

*Infrared Problems and Sector Analysis. Old Wisdom and Recent Progress.* - 11:30
**Riccardo Guida**(Institut de Physique Théorique, CEA Saclay):

*All-order uniform bounds for the massless Euclidean φ4 -Theory*

- 14:30
**Abdelmalek Abdesselam**(University of Virginia):

*Massless quantum field theory over the reals and p-adics, a probabilistic point of view (Part I)*

On Wednesday, the official opening of the Research Centre Erwin Schrödinger Institute at the University of Vienna takes place (independent of this program). You might be interested in the talk

- 16:30
**Wendelin Werner**(University Paris-Sud, Orsay):

*Random surfaces and their geometry*

**Thursday, Sept. 22**

- 10:00
**Abdelmalek Abdesselam**(University of Virginia):

*Massless quantum field theory over the reals and p-adics, a probabilistic point of view (Part II)* - 11:30
**Jacques Magnen**(CPHT Polytechnique and CNRS):

*Diagrams and bounds for a simple group field theory model* - 14:30
**Thomas Chen**(University of Texas at Austin):

*Mean field limits for interacting Bose gases and the Cauchy problem for the Gross-Pitaevskii hierarchies*

- 16:00
**Detlev Buchholz**(University of Göttingen):

*Operator Algebras and the Construction of Quantum Field Theories*

**Friday, Sept. 23**

- 10:00
**Yves Sirois**(LLR Polytechnique and CNRS):

*Higgs Boson(s) and TeV Scale Physics at the LHC* - 11:30
**Andre Hoang**(University of Vienna):

*Soft-Collinear Effective Theory – a quantum field theory for jets at colliders*

- 14:30
**Emery Sokatchev**(Universite de Savoie and CERN):

*Hidden symmetries of scattering amplitudes*

- 17:00
**Arthur Jaffe**(Harvard University):

*The Physics and Mathematics of Quantum Fields*[SCHRÖDINGER LECTURE]

**Monday, Sept. 26**

- 10:00
**Stefan Weinzierl**(University Mainz):

*Precision calculations for the LHC* - 11:30
**Wojciech Dybalski**(TU Munich):

*Inclusive cross-sections in relativistic and non-relativisic QED* - 14:30
**Alessandro Pizzo**(UC Davis):

*Solution of the Infrared Catastrophe Problem in non-relativistic QED*

- 15:30
**Claudio Dappiaggi**(University of Pavia):

*On the quantization of Maxwell’s equations in curved space-times*

**Tuesday, Sept. 27**

- 10:00
**Karl-Henning Rehren**(University of Göttingen):

*AdS-CFT and the renormalization of interactions of fields with continuous mass* - 11:30
**Roberto Longo**(Universita Tor Vergata, Rome):

*Thermal States in CFT and Boundary QFT on the Interior of the Lorentz Hyperboloid*

- 14:00
**Chris Fewster**(University of York):

*What makes a theory of physics the same in all spacetimes?*

- 15:30
**Henning Bostelmann**(University of York):

*Characterization of Local Operators in Factorizing Scattering Models*

**Wednesday, Sept. 28**

- 10:00
**Jonathan Dimock**(University of New York State):

*The renormalization group according to Balaban* - 11:30
**Pronob Mitter**(University of Montpellier):

*Finite range renormalization group*

- 14:30
**Ugo Moschella**(Univ. of Insubria):

*Tachyons in the de Sitter universe*

**Thursday, Sept. 29**

- 10:00
**Jacques Bros**(Institut de Physique Theorique, CEA Saclay):

*Two-point functions of interacting field theories in de Sitter spacetime and the production of unstable modes at small coupling* - 11:30
**Henri Epstein**(IHES):

*Hypergeometric identities from QFT on Anti-de Sitter space-time*

- 14:30
**Bert Schroer**(FU Berlin and CPPF Rio de Janeiro)

*The foundational origin of integrability in quantum field theory*

**Friday, Sept. 30**

Young Researchers’ Session

- 10:00
**Daniela Cadamuro**(University of Göttingen)

*Characterization of**local operators in factorizing scattering models, Part II* - 10:30
**Katarzyna Rejzner**(University of Hamburg)

*Gauge theories in the algebraic approach to perurbative quantization* - 11:30
**Christoph Köhler**(University of Vienna)

*Infinite spin representations and deformations* - 12:00
**Albert Much**(University of Leipzig)

*Symplectic structures in quantum field theory*