From perturbative to non-perturbative QFT
Quantum field theories describing the dynamics of the fundamental constituents of nature are mostly understood in their perturbative regime. Overcoming this limitation is still one of the main challenges of theoretical and mathematical physics not only because there is a need to understand and control fields in their non-perturbative regime but also since perturbation theory needs mathematical justification in terms of rigorous proofs for the limits of its applicability.
Progress towards these goals has been made in recent years both in terms of new methods as well as application to particular QFT models. The aim of this workshop is to bring together experts of these various lines of research to foster interaction and mutual understanding which structures and methods are needed for a successful step from perturbative to non-perturbative QFT.
This workshop is planned in close coordination with the related workshop "Stochastic Analysis meets QFT - critical theory", 12-14 June 2023.
Dario Benedetti (Paris-Saclay)
Joseph Ben Geloun (Paris-Sorbonne)
Michael Borinsky (Zürich)
David Broadhurst (Open University)
Sylvain Carrozza (Dijon)
Astrid Eichhorn* (Odense)
Razvan Gurau (Heidelberg)
Sabine Harribey (Stockholm)
Alexander Hock (Oxford)
Thomas Krajewski (Marseille)
Luca Lionni (Heidelberg)
Roberto Percacci (Trieste)
Antonio D. Pereira* (Nijmegen/Niterói RJ)
Vincent Rivasseau (Paris-Saclay)
Reiko Toriumi (Okinawa)
Zhituo Wang (Harbin)
Video recordings of the talks are posted (when the speakers agree) in this Playlist on the YouTube channel "Mathematics Münster". (Note: Clicking on the link will take you to the YouTube website. During this process, data will be transmitted to YouTube.)
Please register for the workshop From pertubative to non-pertubative QFT (14-16 June) via: wwuindico.uni-muenster.de/event/1899/
Registration for the related workshop Stochastic Analysis meets QFT - critical theory (12-14 June) is possible here: wwuindico.uni-muenster.de/event/1851/
Support and child care
Child care is available free of charge for all participants of the workshop.
Venue and Travel Information
The conference takes place in room SRZ 216/217 on the second floor of the seminar building located at
Detailed travel information can be found on the MM websites.
You are welcome to download the poster and display it at your institution.
The conference is supported by the DFG project "Non-perturbative Group field theory from combinatorial Dyson-Schwinger equations and their algebraic structure II" and the Cluster of Excellence Mathematics Münster.