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Invited Lecturers

Thermal quantum field theoryJ. Berges, Universität Heidelberg
Kinetic theoryJ.-P. Blaizot, CEA Saclay
Physics of the quark-gluon plasmaM. Joyce, Paris
Heavy ion collisionsA. Krasnitz, Universidade do Algarve, Faro
The early universeG. D. Moore, McGill University
Cosmological inflationV. Mukhanov, LMU München
P. Reimann, Universität Bielefeld
D. T. Son, University of Washington Seattle
D. Teaney, Brookhaven National Laboratory

This Summer School will cover recent developments in non-equilibrium field theory and their applications to cosmology and to relativistic heavy ion physics. There will be invited lectures and contributed talks by the participants. It is open to PhD students and young postdoctoral researchers. The number of participants is limited to 40. The workshop is supported by the Deutsch-Französische Hochschule - Université Franco-Allemande and the DFG Research Group "Matter under Extreme Conditions".


First Announcement
Lectures
Poster (509kB jpg file)
List of Participants
Schedule
Travel information
Lectures and Talks (Video and audio streams, Transparencies, Presentations)
Photo Gallery

The audio and video streams are online now! You can watch a video or hear an audio RealPlayer stream. You need the new realplayer9-codecs which, for UNIX/Linux users, are downloadable from Real.com. From there you can also download the free RealPlayer for various Unix systems.
You find the links to the streams on the Lectures and Talks (Transparencies, Presentations) page.

We like to thank the Audio-Visual center, University of Bielefeld, for producing the video and audio files.


Organizers

Rudolf Baier, Universität Bielefeld
Dietrich Bödeker, Universität Bielefeld
François Gelis, CEA Saclay
Michael Joyce, LPNHE Université Paris VI
Frithjof Karsch, Universität Bielefeld
Dominique Schiff, LPT Université Paris XI


Conference Secretariat:

Gudrun Eickmeyer, Fakultät für Physik, Universität Bielefeld,
D-33615 Bielefeld, Germany
e-mail: gudrun@physik.uni-bielefeld.de
WWW: Particle Physics Group


Last updated: November/19/2003