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For updates on, and registration for, MHQP-2008 please visit the Programme Page at IMS.

General Information

IMS Programme MHQP-2008 on
MATHEMATICAL HORIZONS FOR QUANTUM PHYSICS
28 July - 21 September 2008

This programme aims at bringing together mathematicians, whose work has a bearing on quantum physics, with researchers in mathematical physics and theoretical physics, whose work will benefit from the mathematical progress. The collaboration between these scientists of different background, different expertise, and different scientific culture will bear fruit on the research of all participants by intellectual cross-fertilization.

MHQP-2008 is composed of four Sessions:

Prof. Huzihiro Araki (Kyoto) is the Programme Coordinator.

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Session 1

Session 1 is held during weeks 1-3, 28/07-17/08/2008. It is devoted to Quantum Control and Dynamics.
Session Organizer: Prof. Goong Chen (Texas A&M)

Topical Problems

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Session 2

Session 2 is held during weeks 3-5, 11-31/08/2008. It is devoted to Operator Algebras in Quantum Information.
Session Organizers: Prof. Burkhard Kümmerer (Darmstadt); Prof. Hans Maassen (Nijmegen)

Topical Problems

tbc = to be confirmed

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Session 3

Session 3 is held during weeks 5-7, 25/08-15/09/2008. It is devoted to Non-equilibrium Statistical Mechanics.
Session Organizer: Prof. Claude-Alain Pillet (Toulon)

Topical Problems

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Session 4

Session 4 is held during weeks 6-8, 1-21/09/2008. It is devoted to Strongly Interacting Many-Particle Systems.
Session Organizer: Prof. Heinz Siedentop (Munich)

Topical Problems

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Contact

For registration and updates visit the MHQP-2008 Page at IMS.

Please send all messages regarding the programme to mhpq@physics.nus.edu.sg.

Programme Coordinator
Huzihiro Araki

Session Organizers
1-Goong Chen
2-Burkhard Kümmerer, Hans Maassen
3-Claude-Alain Pillet
4-Heinz Siedentop

Local Organizing Committee
Berge Englert - phyebg@nus.edu.sg
Kwek Leong Chuan - phyklc@nus.edu.sg
Jun Suzuki - physj@nus.edu.sg

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