Description



The conference aims to provide a forum for communicating recent work on mathematical and conceptual aspects of quantum theory. It is meant to foster collaboration and help build a community that so far has been dispersed and fragmented in Mexico. The participation of both researchers and advances students is welcome.
Topics include:

foundations of quantum theory

axiomatic approaches to quantum field theory

quantization

quantum gravity

quantum information theory

theoretical quantum optics

coherent states

topological order




Organizers


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Daniele Colosi
ENES UNAM Morelia
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Alejandro Corichi
CCM UNAM
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Homero Díaz
FCFM - UMSNH
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Robert Oeckl
CCM UNAM
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José Antonio Zapata
CCM UNAM

Format


The conference consist of four longer talks each morning from Wednesday 20 to Friday 22 June. After lunch shorter contributed talks take place. There are no parallel sessions. In case the slots for talks are insufficient a poster session will be included.




Registration and Expenses

There is no registration fee. Lunch and coffee breaks during the conference are provided by the organizeras at no cost to the participant. For this reason, the total number of participants is limited. We recommend early registration. Please provide title and abstract on the registration form if you would like to give a talk. We ask all students wishing to participate for a letter of recommendation to be sent to the organizers




Fellowships (Becas)

We offer a small number of fellowships (becas) for students to cover acommodation expenses.

To apply for a fellowship you have to register before May 28.




Accomodation



Participants are accomodated in hotels in the center of Morelia. Transport between the city center and the UNAM Campus will be provided by the organizers. This page will be updated soon with more information on recommended hotels.




Registration

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Program

Confirmed Speakers:

Yesenia Arredondo

ENES UNAM Morelia

Jasel Berra

Univ. Autónoma de San Luis Potosí.


Alberto Güijosa

ICN UNAM.


Benito Alberto Juárez

ICN UNAM

Are semi-classical problems well posed?

Andrei Klimov

Univ. de Guadalajara

From the discrete phase-space to the measurement space: macroscopic description of quantum fluctuations

Alberto Molgado

Univ. Autonoma de San Luis.


Christian Schubert

IFM UMSNH

Path integral quantization in curved spaces

José Antonio Vallejo

Univ. Autonoma de San Luis Potosí

Teoria cuantica de campos escalares no Arquimedianos

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Elmar Wagner

IFM UMSNH

Noncommutative Geometry explained by example: the magnetic monopole and others




Eduardo Nahmad

ICN UNAM

A First Step Towards a Deterministic and Local Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

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Chryssomalis Chryssomalakos

Toponomic quantum computation




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