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Friday 27.05.  Saturday 28.05. 

QCD  Holography I 
Grundling 09:00  10:15 
Helling 09:00  9:40 
Coffee break  Ferreira 09:40  10:20 
Grundling 10:45  12:00 
Coffee break 
Lunch  Holography II 
QED  Kay 10:50  11:30 
Deckert 14:00  14:40 
Zahn 11:30  12:10 
Leopold 14:40  15:20 
Lunch 
Ruzzi 15:20  16:00 
Noncommutative spacetime 
Coffee break  Jong 14:40  15:20 
C*Algebras  Géré 15:20  16:00 
Bischoff 16:30  17:10 
Informal discussions 
Giorgetti 17:10  17:50 

Tornetta 17:50  18:30 

Conference dinner 19:30 
 Hendrik Grundling: QCD on an infinite lattice : Dynamics and ground states. Slides
In a C*algebra context, we generalize the finite lattice model
for Hamiltonian QCD developed by Kijowski & Rudolph,
to an infinite lattice. In particular, we construct its dynamical
automorphism group and obtain ground states for it.
We start with the field algebra for the finite lattice in a natural representation.
We then generalize this representation to the infinite lattice,
and construct a Hilbert space which has represented on it all the local algebras
(i.e. kinematics algebras associated with finite connected sublattices)
equipped with the correct graded commutation relations.
Next, on this Hilbert space we consider a suitably large C*algebra which
contains all the local algebras. On this algebra we prove that there is a
one parameter automorphism group, which is the pointwise norm limit
of the local time evolutions along a sequence of finite sublattices,
increasing to the full lattice. This is our global time evolution.
(The proof is an application of methods developed by Nachtergaele & Sims).
We then take as our field algebra the C*algebra generated by
the orbits of all the local algebras w.r.t. the global time evolution.
Thus the time evolution creates the field algebra.
The time evolution is strongly continuous on this choice of field algebra,
though not on the original larger C*algebra.
We define the gauge transformations, explain how
to enforce the Gauss law constraint, and show that the dynamics
automorphism group descends to the algebra of physical observables.
Finally, we prove that gauge invariant ground states exist.
 Marcel Bischoff: Generalized Orbifolds in Algebraic Conformal QFT Slides
We will introduce a notion of fixed points by quantum operations for nets of observables, which generalizes fixed points by finite groups of global gauge automorphisms, socalled orbifolds. We will give a classification of such actions on completely rational chiral conformal nets and discuss structural results like the DHR representation theory for such fixed points nets.
 Dirk Deckert: Ultraviolet properties of the spinless Yukawa model Slides
In a joint work with A. Pizzo we consider the oneparticle sector of the spinless Yukawa model, which describes the interaction of a nucleon with a real field of scalar massive bosons (neutral mesons). The nucleon as well as the mesons have relativistic dispersion relations. In this model we study the dependence of the nucleon mass shell on the ultraviolet cutoff Λ. For any finite ultraviolet cutoff the nucleon oneparticle states are constructed in a bounded region of the energymomentum space. We identify the dependence of the ground state energy on Λ and the coupling constant. More importantly, we show that the model considered here becomes essentially trivial in the limit Λ→∞ regardless of any (nucleon) mass and selfenergy renormalization. This result again raises the question in which sense such models can be renormalized nonperturbatively.
In this talk, we describe the construction of a quantum state for a scalar field on antide Sitter (AdS) spacetime, subject to appropriate boundary conditions. We show how this can be achieved by considering a quantum state on the conformal boundary of AdS through a holographic relation. We also investigate whether it enjoys a suitable Hadamardlike condition. We finish by commenting on how this construction can be generalised to asymptotically AdS spacetimes. This work has been made in collaboration with Claudio Dappiaggi.
 Antoine Géré: Perturbatively finite gauge models on the noncommutative threedimensional space R^3_λ Slides
We show that natural noncommutative gauge theory models on R^3_λ can accommodate gauge invariant harmonic terms, thanks to the existence of a relationship between the center of R^3_λ and the components of the gauge invariant 1form canonical connection. This latter object shows up naturally within the present noncommutative differential calculus. Restricting ourselves to positive actions with covariant coordinates as field variables, a suitable gaugefixing leads to a family of matrix models with quartic interactions and kinetic operators with compact resolvent. Their perturbative behavior is then studied. We find that the amplitudes of the ribbon diagrams for the models of a subfamily of these matrix models for which the interactions have a symmetric form are finite to all orders in perturbation. This result extends finally to any of the models of the whole family of matrix models obtained from the above gaugefixing. The origin of this result is then discussed.
 Luca Giorgetti: Braided categories of endomorphisms in QFT Slides
In the algebraic formulation of (rational) CFT, the collection of ”local observables” completely determines its positive energy ”particle states” via DHR theory. The latter, mathematically speaking, gives a map between local nets of von Neumann algebras and braided tensor categories of endomorphisms. Spins, dimensions, fusion rules of sectors arise as numerical invariants of the DHR category, considered as an abstract braided tensor category. Here we report on our analysis of the ”braided action” of the DHR category on a single local algebra, interpreted as an additional invariant of the DHR construction. Exploiting the characteristic left/right trivialization feature of the DHR braiding (which has no counterpart in purely categorical contexts) we give a way of deriving completeness of the invariant, i.e., reconstruct the local algebras and the dynamics in the vacuum sector. This is joint work with K.H. Rehren: [arXiv:1512.01995].
 Robert Helling: Holographic theories: An Invitation Slides
Since its first appearance in a string theory context in 1998, the AdS/CFT correspondence has been advocated to be of use many areas including heavy ion collisions, hydrodynamics, and superconductors. What all have in common is that the holographic prescription is used to write down an effective theory that is conjectured to describe the relevant long wavelength physics. We will describe the underlying claim that this approach provides a novel way to encode a quantum theory besides the free field (and perturbation theory of weakly coupled (quasi)particles) and using 2d conformal invariance. If this claim can be substantiated this might also be of relevance for constructive endeavors.
 Jins De Jong: Partition function approaches to the vacuum sector of Φ^4_4 theory onthe Moyal plane
The GrosseWulkenhaar model is the most promising candidate for an exactly solvable nontrivial quantum field theory in four dimensions. The vacuum sector of this model is the quartic generalization of the Kontsevich model. Studying this from the partition function instead of the SchwingerDyson equations highlights different aspects of this and closely related models. In particular, it is expected to contain information about the asymptotics of the twopoint function and criticality of the GWmodel.
 Bernard Kay: Entanglement Entropy and Algebraic Holography Slides
The RyuTakayanagi equality (RT) equates the (cut off) entanglement entropy between two complementary regions, R1 and R2, of an equaltime surface for a d+1 dimensional CFT on the conformal boundary of d+2 dimensional AdS with 1/4G times the area of the d dimensional bulk minimal surface which has the junction of R1 and R2 as its boundary. We point out that RT implies that, in Rehren’s ”algebraic holography”, the entanglement entropy between two complementary bulk Rehren wedges equals one quarter of the (cut off) area of their shared ridge. This is because, when R1 and R2 are balls, the RT minimal surface is the shared ridge of the bulk Rehren wedges which Rehrenbiject to the complementary boundary doublecones whose bases are R1 and R2. We argue this observation supports the suggestion in that the AdS/CFT correspondence is not an equivalence but rather a bijection between just the matter (i.e. nongravity) operators of the bulk and the boundary CFT operators. If time, we will also discuss connections with the author’s ”mattergravity entanglement hypothesis”.
 Nikolai Leopold: Derivation of Maxwells equations from nonrelativistic QED Slides
We consider the PauliFierz Hamiltonian which describes a quantum system of nonrelativistic identical particles coupled to the quantized electromagnetic field. We study the time evolution in a meanfield limit where the number N of charged particles gets large while the coupling to the radiation field is rescaled by N^(1/2). At time zero we assume that almost all charged particles are in the same onebody state (a BoseEinstein condensate) and we assume also that the Bose excitations of the radiation field are not present (vacuum state) or are close to a coherent state. We then show that at later times and in the limit N → ∞ the charged particles remain in a BoseEinstein condensate, with the time evolution approximately described by the HartreeMaxwell system of equations, which models the coupling of a nonrelativistic particle to the classical electromagnetic field. Our result is obtained by an extension of Peter Pickls “method of counting” to condensates of charged particles in interaction with their radiation field. This is a joint work with Peter Pickl.
 Giuseppe Ruzzi: Nonlinear facets of the electromagnetic quantum field Slides
We recall basic concepts underlying the universal C*algebra of the electromagnetic quantum field putting emphasis on the underlying cohomological ideas. Then we point out how nonlinear modifications of the e.m. quantum field lead to meaningful representations of the universal C*algebra violating a strong form of regularity. In particular, we construct representations with quantum currents and representations with topological charges. The talk is based on an joint work with D. Buchholz, F. Ciolli and E. Vasselli [LMP 2016] and on a work in progress with the same authors.
 Gabriele Tornetta: The Bivariant Cuntz Semigroup and Classification of Stably Finite C*algebras Slides
In this talk I will present a bivariant extension of the Cuntz semigroup and show how to use it to classify all unital and stably finite C*algebras in a way that closely resembles the celebrated KirchbergPhillips classification of purely infinite C*algebras by KKtheory.
 Jochen Zahn: Generalized Wentzell boundary conditions and holography Slides
We study a free scalar field subject to boundary conditions involving second order derivatives, i.e., of generalized Wentzell type. For the classical system, we establish wellposedness of the Cauchy problem and causal propagation. We quantize the system canonically and discuss the relation between the bulk and the boundary field. Based on arXiv:1512.05512.
The workshop will take place at the Institute for Advanced Study of the TU München (Garching campus, metro stop "GarchingForschungszentrum" U6).Directions ^{} The map shows the position of the venue.
We kindly ask you to take care of your hotel reservation. We reserved rooms in the Hotels Ibis Munich City North Hotel ^{} (90,50€ per night and person, incl. breakfast) in Munich and Hotel Hoyacker Hof ^{} (75€ per night and person, incl. breakfast) in Garching, both with convenient public transport connection to GarchingForschungszentrum. Please use the keyword LQPWorkshop to guarantee the prices indicated above. We suggest that you make a reservation as early as possible, since the reserved rooms are only available until the 18th of April (Ibis Hotel) and 6th of May (Hotel Hoyacker Hof) respectively and last minute lodging costs may be very high in Munich. Of course, you may choose any other accommodation, but if you are applying for financial support please try to stay within the above price range. In case of any problems with the hotel reservations, do not hesitate to contact us. The conference dinner will take place at Hackerhaus ^{} on Friday the 27th of May.
Marcel Bischoff  Vanderbilt University 
Detlev Buchholz  Universität Göttingen 
Francesco Bussola  Università di Pavia 
Daniela Cadamuro  Universität Göttingen 
Fabio Ciolli  Università di Roma "Tor Vergata" 
Jins de Jong  WWU Münster 
Simone Del Vecchio  Università di Roma "Tor Vergata" 
DirkAndré Deckert  LudwigMaximiliansUniversität München 
Nicolò Drago  University of Genova 
Federico Faldino  University of Genova 
Hugo Ferreira  INFN Pavia (Università di Pavia) 
Francesco Fidaleo  Università di Roma "Tor Vergata" 
Felix Finster  Universität Regensburg 
Klaus Fredenhagen  Universität Hamburg 
Antoine Géré  University of Genova 
Luca Giorgetti  Università di Roma "Tor Vergata" 
Hendrik Grundling  University of New South Wales 
Robert Helling  LudwigMaximiliansUniversität München 
Stefano Iovieno  University of Rome La Sapienza 
Onirban Islam  Universität Leipzig 
Alexis Kassiteridis  LudwigMaximiliansUniversität München 
Bernard Kay  University of York 
Thorsten Lang  FAU ErlangenNürnberg 
Nikolai Leopold  LudwigMaximiliansUniversität München 
Bruno Nachtergaele  UC Davis 
Carlos Ignacio Pérez Sánchez  Universität Münster 
KarlHenning Rehren  Universität Göttingen 
Kasia Rejzner  University of York 
Stefano Rossi  Università di Roma "Tor Vergata" 
Giuseppe Ruzzi  Università di Roma "Tor Vergata" 
Ko Sanders  Universität Leipzig 
Jan Schlemmer  Universität Münster 
Herbert Spohn  Technische Universität München 
Yoh Tanimoto  Università di Roma "Tor Vergata" 
Mojtaba Taslimitehrani  MPI Leipzig 
Alexey Tochin  University of Bergen 
Luca Tomassini  Pescara/Tor Vergata 
Gabriele Tornetta  University of Glasgow 
Ezio Vasselli  Università di Roma "Tor Vergata" 
Rainer Verch  Universität Leipzig 
Raimar Wulkenhaar  WWU Münster 
Jochen Zahn  Universität Leipzig 
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