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Since the beginning, Quantum Physics has been very tightly connected with Mathematics, a link further strengthened by the subsequent developments of
Quantum Field Theory and Particle Physics, of General Relativity - both classical and quantum - and Astrophysics, of Many Body Theory and Solid State Physics, up to Quantum Information and its possible applications to quantum computers.
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The aim of the conference is to present the most recent aspects of research in these fields through the talks of the most known and active international researchers involved in them. There will also be some public lectures (Alain Connes, Noam D. Elkies,...), intended to attract a broader audience towards mathematics, physics, and related subjects.*

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We shall also celebrate the 60th birthday of our friend and colleague Roberto Longo.
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D. Bahns

D. Buchholz

S. Carpi

A. Connes

J. Cuntz

S. Doplicher

R. Haag

M. Izumi

V. Kac

Y. Kawahigashi

G. Lechner

C. Pinzari

D. Buchholz

S. Carpi

A. Connes

J. Cuntz

S. Doplicher

R. Haag

M. Izumi

V. Kac

Y. Kawahigashi

G. Lechner

C. Pinzari

S. Popa

K. H. Rehren

K. Rejzner

C. Salomon

R. Seiringer

Y. Tanimoto

S. Vaes

D. Voiculescu

S. Warzel

M. Weiner

F. Xu

S. T. Yau

K. H. Rehren

K. Rejzner

C. Salomon

R. Seiringer

Y. Tanimoto

S. Vaes

D. Voiculescu

S. Warzel

M. Weiner

F. Xu

S. T. Yau

C. De Concini, A. De Sole, S. Doplicher, G. Gallavotti, A. Giuliani, T. Isola, G. Jona-Lasinio, G. Morsella, G. Piacitelli, G. Ruzzi.

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