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Non-Perturbative Functional Methods in Quantum Field Theory

A Triangle Workshop in Theoretical Particle Physics

Jan. 23 - 25, 2008
Hévíz, Hungary
[kep] organized by
Eötvös Loránd University Budapest

in cooperation with

Karl-Franzens Universität Graz,
Rudjer Boskovic Institute Zagreb
University of Zagreb

The main goal of the workshop is to bring together researchers actively investigating collective features of strong matter using variants of Dyson-Schwinger equations. We offer opportunity to participants to present in some detail their research subjects including the latest results. Plenty of time will be left for discussions with the hope that such personal encounters might efficiently initiate cooperation among groups geographically located within a circle of 200 km radius from Hévíz. In particular, delocalisation of young doctoral students and post-docs is strongly envisaged.

The workshop is open also to interested researchers from other institutions of the former Triangle Collaboration.

Scientific program: The subjects of the talks announced cover phenomenological and theoretical aspects of the Dyson-Schwinger approach to QCD, effective scalar theories of strong matter in vacuum and also in different environments. Special emphasis will be devoted to technical procedures of truncating the SD-hierarchy, treatment of symmetry breaking, explicit construction of renormalised (finite, cut-off independent) equations and their numerical solutions.

Contributed talks: Each speaker will have 30 minutes for presentation followed by 10 minutes of discussing the presented ideas.
The actual list of talks announced by the participants

Location: The workshop will be hosted by Hotel Aquamarin, Hévíz. Single and double bed accomodations will be offered corresponding to the requests received in advance from the participants. Participants and accompanying persons will have free access to the swimming pool of the hotel from 7am to 8pm.

Road planning suggests the following optimal roads to access Hévíz, assuming everyone arrives by car:
Graz-Hévíz             Zagreb-Hévíz             Budapest-Hévíz           

Finances: The participation fee is HUF 19.000 (cca. EUR 75), which includes two nights with breakfast, 4 meals and the coffee and mineral water served in the session breaks. The fee is to be paid on spot to the reception desk of the hotel except those receiving financial support of the organizers.

The workshop is supported financially by the bilateral Croatian-Hungarian scientific cooperation project Hrws-4/2004 and by the International Workshop series in Theoretical Physics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Hungarian participants will be supported by the Hungarian National Research Fund (OTKA).

An extra dinner, not included into the above indicated fee, is offered the 24th of January to the interested participants in the Wine-Museum of Keszthely giving opportunity to test the finest wines of the Balaton area.

Further information can be requested by writing to patkos(at)galaxy.elte.hu

- As of December 18, 2007-