II SUMMER SCHOOL IN
The Ludwig-Maximillians-University, Muenchen, (Germany), the Max-Planck-Institute of Physics, Muenchen, (Germany), the Institute of Physics, Beograd, (Yugoslavia), and the Faculty of Sciences, Nis, (Yugoslavia) are organizing the II SUMMER SCHOOL IN MODERN MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS. The School will be held September 1-12, 2002 in Kopaonik, Yugoslavia. (September 1 is arrival and September 12 is departure day.) This activity is a part of the WIGV initiative. An information about the first school can be found on http://www.phy.bg.ac.rs/mphys1/
School's programme is mainly oriented to some recent developments in Quantum Field Theory and Superstring Theory
Lecturers will be asked to give around 3 lectures, starting from an introductory level which should be gradually advanced. A few seminars, which are of introductory character and of interest for understanding modern mathematical physics, will be also provided.
To give an opportunity to participants to present report on their current research, a part of this meeting will be organized as a workshop.
The number of participants is expected to be about 60. The organizers wish to encourage the active participation of young researchers from former Yugoslavia and the Balkan region. Therefore, the organizers will attempt to cover the living and travel expenses for these participants as much as possible.
The organizers of the School will also take care to:
1) Support Yugoslav experts and young scientists in
Mathematics and Theoretical Physics to create active
collaboration and fruitful research in modern
Mathematical Physics; 2) Revive connections and
collaboration between colleagues from different republics
of former Yugoslavia; and 3) Improve scientific relations
with colleagues from Europe and the rest of the world.
The conference fee is 80 Euro, and 40 Euro for students and accompanying persons. The hotel price for participants is 30 Euro per day.
II Summer School in Modern Mathematical Physics