York, 1-5 July 2019
Rigorous construction of interacting quantum field theory (QFT) models in 4 spacetime dimensions is one of the biggest challenges of mathematical physics. There are several difficulties that one has to overcome and these are both of conceptual and technical nature. Many decades of research on interacting models in QFT resulted not only in better understanding of the physics involved, but also gave rise to new, interesting mathematics.
The aim of this conference is to bring together experts working on different aspects of interacting QFT to present recent results and discuss perspectives for future directions. The main discussion topics will be:
- Axiomatic systems for QFT: progress in constructing interacting models.
- Renormalization: analytic and combinatorial aspects.
- Infrared problem: progress and perspectives.
The list of speakers and the schedule will be available soon. If you are interested in participation, please contact the organizer Kasia Rejzner.
The workshop will be hosted at King’s Manor, which is a lovely historical building right in the city centre.