The Planck Scale II

XXXV Max Born Symposium

Wroclaw, Poland, 7 - 12 September 2015


Scientific advisory committee:

  • Giovanni Amelino-Camelia (Rome)
  • Laurent Freidel (Waterloo)
  • Steve Giddings (Santa Barbara)
  • Rob Meyers (Waterloo)
  • Hermann Nicolai (Golm)
  • Carlo Rovelli (Marseille)

Organizing Committee:

  • Jerzy Kowalski-Glikman (Chair)
  • Andrzej Borowiec
  • Francesco Cianfrani
  • Andrzej Frydryszak
  • Giacomo Rosati
  • Tomasz Trzesniewski
  • Aneta Wojnar

The scientific programme of the meeting concentrated on five major issues
(in alphabetical order):

  • Black holes and the information problem
  • Cosmology
  • Loops and spin foams
  • Quantum gravity phenomenology
  • String theory perspective on quantum gravity problem (including AdS/CFT)

The aim of the meeting was to gather researchers working on various aspects of quantum and semiclassical gravity, so that different perspectives on the quantum gravity problem could have been presented. By creating an opportunity to discuss the outstanding problems and results obtained within diverse approaches and frameworks, the meeting provided an updated panoramic view on physics at Planck scale.

Conference venue:
Building of Faculty of Physics and Astronomy,
Wroclaw University, 50-204 Wroclaw, pl. Maxa Borna 9

The Jubilee of the 70th Anniversary of the Polish Academic Community in Wroclaw.

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