Date: 2019-05-13 - 2019-05-15
Location: Grenoble, France
Relativistic Mathematical Physics in Grenoble, France
The mathematics of relativistic theories is presently subject to considerable advances thanks to dynamic developments at the interface of partial differential equations, pseudo-Riemannian geometry, scattering theory and quantization techniques.
The tools that have emerged to cope with difficulties induced by spacetime horizons, conformal boundaries and trapping phenomena have proved to be very robust and are expected to be directly useful outside of their original context. This strongly motivates the need for a transfer of knowledge between mathematical physicists specialized in different problems related to relativistic theories, especially General Relativity, inverse problems, scattering theory and Quantum Field Theory.
The aim of this meeting is to bring together experts and young researchers with the goal of addressing challenging problems at the intersection of those rapidly growing research areas.
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