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