Université
Blaise Pascal

Laboratoire de mathématiques UMR 6620

GDR CNRS Renormalisation

Projet ANR Modunombres

Clermont- Ferrand, October 14/15 th. 2010

Laboratoire de mathématiques UMR 6620

GDR CNRS Renormalisation

Projet ANR Modunombres

Clermont- Ferrand, October 14/15 th. 2010

Feynman
graphs in physics, combinatorics,

homological algebra and category theory

Registration and financial support Access Schedule Participants

homological algebra and category theory

Registration and financial support Access Schedule Participants

Feynman graphs lie in the heart of
perturbative Quantum Field Theory, as a combinatorial device for
computing probabilities of various interactions. They are deeply
related to important algebraic structures : Hopf algebras, homological
algebra, categories,... which can shed some light on the underlying
physics, as shown e.g. by the work of A. Connes and D. Kreimer, using
the Hopf algebra structure in renormalization. The present meeting aims
to let specialists of graphs under these various aspects to meet
together.

Speakers
will include:

Emily Burgunder (Toulouse)

Joachim Kock (Barcelona)

Dirk Kreimer (IHES & Boston University)

Jean-Christophe Novelli (Marne la Vallée)

Jean-Yves Thibon (Marne la Vallée)

Walter Van Suijlekom (Radboud)

Emily Burgunder (Toulouse)

Joachim Kock (Barcelona)

Dirk Kreimer (IHES & Boston University)

Jean-Christophe Novelli (Marne la Vallée)

Jean-Yves Thibon (Marne la Vallée)

Walter Van Suijlekom (Radboud)