Department of Theoretical Physics|
University of Vienna
November 26 - 28, 2004
"ADVANCES IN QUANTUM FIELD THEORY"
We kindly ask all participants to fill in the online
application form as soon as possible.
Accommodation will be provided in nearby pensions and hotels, preferably
in two-bed rooms as the number of one-bed rooms is rather limited.
If you prefer other hotels or if you are applying later than by
the end of October we kindly ask you to directly address yourself
to www.info.wien.at .
We invite applications for talks and posters from researchers working
in areas related to the focus of the seminar. Junior participants,
including advanced graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and
junior faculty, will be given priority. There are fellowships available
covering the hotel and part of the local expenses. Our financial
resources make it necessary to limit the number of supported junior
participants who will be selected among the applicants.
Applications for support should be submitted before Oct. 10, 2004.
Please fill in the online application form correspondingly and arrange for one letter of recommendation to
be emailed to
firstname.lastname@example.org . You will be notified
by the second half of October.
The seminar will start on Friday Nov. 26 at 09:00 and end on Sunday
Nov. 28 at lunch time; it will take place at
"Großer Hörsaal des Instituts für
Boltzmanngasse 5 / 3rd floor
Registration will begin on Friday at 08:30 outside
the lecture hall. At registration you will be asked to pay the registration
fee of € 40 (except for students). Payment must be by cash;
we cannot accept credit cards.
In addition to the seminars we cordially invite you attend the poster
and discussion sessions on Friday and Saturday afternoon. There
will be a Conference Party on Saturday evening.
The conference is running on a limited budget so we will not be
providing pens, paper, conference bags etc. Copies of the schedule,
list of participants etc. will be available, however.
Please feel free to get in touch with us at
email@example.com for more information.
Further details of the seminar will be posted at http://www.univie.ac.at/vienna.seminar/
as they become available.
We remain with sincere regards, yours
(last updated: 06/10/2004)