28 November 2019
King's College London
Europe/London timezone

Questions and enquiries can be directed to Dries Seynaeve.

The UK-QFT meetings provide a unique opportunity to bring together researchers from the UK communities (and overseas), who are working at the forefronts of quantum field theory (QFT) and quantum gravity research across high-energy physics, cosmology and astro-particle physics.  Past topics have covered both perturbative and non-perturbative aspects of QFT, and included, for example, the quantum effective action, functional renormalization group approaches, non-equilibrium phenomena, phase transitions and topological defects (and all from the mathematical perspective of the underlying QFT description).  The history of the meetings can be found at https://sites.google.com/view/uk-qft.

Postgraduate students and post-doctoral researchers are strongly encouraged to attend and present their work through short accessible talks, providing an inspiring and informal environment for early-career researchers (as well as established academics) to engage with one another and the rest of the UK community.  The meetings are held on a single day, and there are no registration fees, so as to ensure the widest possible participation.

 or join the mailing list at https://sites.google.com/view/uk-qft for information from the UK-QFT community.

The organizers would like to acknowledge the support of the High Energy Particle Physics Group of the Institute of Physics.

King's College London
Seminar Room 3, Prideaux Building, St Thomas' Campus
163 Lambeth Palace Rd, South Bank, London SE1 7JU
Registration for this event is currently open.