The Seminar was organized by Robert Oeckl and José Antonio Zapata and held at the IMATE-UNAM, Morelia.
|date - time||speaker||*||subject|
|0208 - 09:00||planning session|
|0215 - 09:00||O. Müller||Why quantum gravity (QG)? Why not coupling quantum field theory (QFT) to classical general relativity (GR)?|
|0222 - 09:00||R. Oeckl||P||Conceptual issues and overview|
|0229 - 09:00||D. Colosi||QFT path integral approach to QG: background metric + fluctuations at tree level, one loop and non-renormalizability|
|0307 - 09:30||J. A. Zapata||Effective QFT approach to QG. Quantum and classical corrections to Newton's grav. + QFT at low energies. Measurable effects.|
|0314 - 09:30|
|0328 - 09:30||M. Dohse||R||Euclidean QG, wave function of the universe, no boundary proposal|
|0404 - 09:30|
|0411 - 09:30||F. Haas||P R||Canonical treatment of classical GR. 3+1 ADM formulation. Classical observables.|
|0422 - 16:45||D. Colosi||P R||Quantum geometrodynamics|
|0428 - 12:00||M. Bustamante||P||Connection variables and Ashtekar approach to classical GR|
|0502 - 09:30||M. Bustamante||P||Loop Quantum Gravity|
|0509 - 09:30|
|0512 - 12:00|
|0516 - 09:30||M. Dohse||P N||Spin foam models of quantum gravity|
|0523 - 09:30|
|0530 - 09:30|
|0606 - 09:30||F. Haas||P||Quantum Gravity in 2+1 Dimensions|
|0613 - 16:30||R. Oeckl||Quantum Gravity as a TQFT and the General Boundary Formulation|
* = supplementary material: P = presentation, N = notes, R = list of references.
Last updated 12 January 2010.