Parallel Sessions

 

There will be 13 parallel sessions, and at most 7 simultaneously.
The rôle of the parallel session coordinators is to select among the proposed contributions those which will be accepted in the colloquium and to decide whether a given contribution will have 30 or 20 minutes oral presentation or poster session presentation. The proposals must be made in the registration page, including a title and an abstract. In case additional information is needed, the parallel session’s coordinators can be contacted directly.


Topics:

Physics-oriented sessions:

P1. Atomic and Molecular Physics, Quantum Chemistry
 
P2. Condensed Matter, Crystallography, Quasi-crystals
 
P3. Nuclear and Particle Physics, Astroparticles
 
P4. Biology, Complex Systems, Statistical Mechanics
 
P5. Classical and Quantum Optics, Quantum Information
 
P6. Classical and Quantum Theories, Quantum Measurement
 
P7. Classical, Semi-classical and Quantum Chaotic Systems

 

Mathematics-oriented sessions:  

M1. General Relativity, Cosmology and Differential Geometry
 
M2. Quantum Field Theory in Minkowski and Curved Space times, Conformal and Topological Field Quantum Theories, Algebraic Topology
 
M3. Algebraic Methods, Deformations and Generalizations: Hopf algebras, Quantum Groups, W-algebras
 
M4. Quantum Gravity, Strings, Loop Quantum Gravity, Quantum Cosmology
 
M5. Integrable, Super-integrable and Quasi-integrable Systems, Non-linear Systems, Superalgebras, Supersymmetry
 
M6. Lie algebras and Groups, Clifford algebras, Representation Theory, Special Functions

Coordinators:

P1. Nelson Velho (UFRJ, Rio; faria at if.ufrj.br), Ginette Jalbert (UFRJ, Rio; ginette at if.ufrj.br), Alexandre Braga da Rocha (UFRJ, Rio; rocha at iq.ufrj.br)
 
P2. Tobias Micklitz (CBPF, Rio; tobias at cbpf.br), Nami Svaiter (CBPF, Rio; nfuxsvai at cbpf.br), Humberto Belich (UFES, Vitoria; belichjr at gmail.com), Jean-Pierre Gazeau (U. Paris Diderot, Paris, gazeau at apc.in2p3.fr)
 
P3. Sergio Duarte (CBPF, Rio; sbd at cbpf.br),  Hilário Gonçalves  (CEFET-RJ, Rio; harg at cefet-rj.br), Ulisses Barres (CBPF, Rio; ulisses at cbpf.br)
 
P4. Richard Kerner (UPMC, Paris; richard.kerner at upmc.fr), Piergiulio Tempesta (ICMAT, Madrid; piergiulio.tempesta at icmat.es), Fernando Nobre (CBPF, Rio; fdnobre at cbpf.br)
 
P5. Antonio Zelaquett Khoury (UFF, Rio, khoury at if.uff.br), Ivan Oliveira (CBPF, Rio; Ivan at cbpf.br), Roberto Sarthour (CBPF, Rio; sarthour at cbpf.br), Alexandre Martins (CBPF, Rio; amsouza at cbpf.br)
 
P6. Maurice de Gosson (U. Vienna; maurice.de.gosson at univie.ac.at)
 
P7. Caio Lewenkopf (UFF, Rio; caio at if.uff.br)
 
M1.  Ívano  Soares (CBPF, Rio; ivano at cbpf.br), Richard Kerner (UPMC, Paris; richard.kerner at upmc.fr)
 
M2. Ugo Moschella (U. Studi dell'Insubria Varese; ugo.moschella at uninsubria.it), Jose HelayÎl (CBPF, Rio; helayel at cbpf.br)
 
M3.  Lígia  Rodrigues (CBPF, Rio; ligia at cbpf.br), Marco Rego-Monteiro (CBPF, Rio; regomont at cbpf.br), Oleg Ogievetsky (CPT, Marseille; ogievetsky at cpt.univ-mrs.fr)
 
M4. Quantum Gravity, Strings, Loop Quantum Gravity, Quantum Cosmology: Resp. Simone Speziale (CPT, Marseille; simone.speziale at cpt.univ-mrs.fr), Nelson Pinto (CBPF, Rio, nelsonpn at cbpf.br), Ricardo Scherer (UFRRJ, Rio; rscherer at ufrrj.br)
 
M5. Naruhiko Aizawa (Osaka Pref. U., Osaka; aizawa at mi.s.osakafu-u.ac.jp), Itzhak Roditi (CBPF, Rio; roditi at cbpf.br), Zhanna Kuznetsova (UFABC, S„o Paulo; zhanna.kuznetsova at ufabc.edu.br)
 
M6. Jean-Pierre Gazeau (U Paris Diderot, Paris; gazeau at apc.in2p3.fr), Roldão Rocha (UFABC, São Paulo; roldao.rocha at ufabc.edu.br)

 
Schedule:

 

TUE (whole day), WED (only morning), THU (whole day):
9 – 10:30, Coffee break (30 min), 11 – 12:30
Lunch break (1h30 hs)
14:00 – 15h30, Coffee break (30 min), 16:00 – 18h00.


Poster sessions: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, during coffee and lunch breaks