About Us

Students to Students Split Summer School is made by students of Theoretical and Mathematical physics masters programme at LMU in collaboration University of Split. The goal of the school is to cover some of the basic concepts in fields of theoretical and mathematical physics in a non traditional way and then presenting current research in these areas. It will take place in Split, Croatia. Target group for this conference are Bachelor and Master students.

Georgeous view on Split riva

What is Our Goal?

We expect the audience to gain an insight into basic content and ideas of field theories including both, the mathematical and the physical approach. Also, our goal is to show not only topics regarding these areas which students can find in regular textbooks but also to discuss topics which are usually not covered in a regular course. Furthermore, lectures will be accompanied by discussion sessions. We will conclude the conference with a social event- a unique fusion of tra- ditional food: Bavarian-Dalmatian breakfast

Fields covered in the summer school are divided into four main parts:

  • Quantum mechanics from mathematical point of view
  • Gravitation and Cosmology
  • Quantum Felds and it's application
  • String theory and Conformal Field theory
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2017
September 18-23

Split
Croatia

50
Tickets

14
Speakers

Program

Lecture Abstracts

The idea of Part I is to first introduce basic mathematical concepts for Mathematical Quantum Mechanics. Example of these are Hilbert spaces, bounded and unbounded operators, the spectral theorem, selfadjointness of operators and why we need it. Then, we will focus on physical interpretations of quantum mechanics and finally conclude with a more advanced topic.
Part II will ofer a quick overview of concepts and ideas in basic diferen- tial geometry, which will allow us to present a geometric approach to gravity, Einstein's theory of general relativity, from a modern perspective. The need of geometry instead of a conventional field-driven force and its consequences will be discussed. Also, the basic concepts in cosmology will be introduced.
This field ofers a very rich amount of possible topics. Therefore, the content depends strongly on the speakers. A possible direction is particle physics, including the contrast of classical interpretations of particles with quantum field theory. Another idea would be making connections to string theory such that the relation of QFT and strings gets apparent.
Part IV deals with basics in string theory and conformal field theory as an application to strings. This includes introducing the fundamental ideas in string theory, dealing with some core results of the basic theory which enable the audience to participate in discussions, and finally describe some more advanced topic, viewing string theory as a field of current research.

Student Lecturers

Ivana Babić

Anamaria Hell

LlorenÇ Espinosa Portales

Otari Sakhelashvili

David Wierichs

Michael Zantedeschi

Gloria Odak

Francesco Romano

Guest Lectures

Saša Krešić-Jurić

Faculty of Science, University of Split

Research interests: Mathematical physics, noncommutative spaces, integrable systems
Selected publications:

  • (with S. Meljanac and T. Martinić) Realization of bicovariant differential calculus on the Lie algebra type noncommutative spaces, J. Math. Phys. 58 (2017), 071701.
  • (with S. Meljanac and T. Martinić) The Weyl realizations of Lie algebras, and left—right duality, J. Math. Phys. 57 (2016), 051704.
  • (with S. Meljanac and R. Štrajn) Differential algebras on kappa-Minkowski space and action of the Lorentz algebra, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A 27 (10) (2012), 1250057.
  • (with S. Meljanac) Differential structure on kappa-Minkowski space, and kappa'Poincare algebra, Int. J. Mod. Phys. A, 26 (20) (2011), 3385--3402.
  • (with S. Meljanac) Noncommutative Differential Forms on the kappa--deformed space, J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 42 (2009), 365204.
  • (wih S. Meljanac) Generalized kappa--deformed spaces, star--products, and their realizations, J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 41 (2008), 235203.

Daniel Denegri

CEA-Saclay and CERN/Phys. Dept.

Research interests: Elementary Particle physics, LHC physics, CMS experiment
Selected publications:

  • Number of papers in connection with the discovery of W,Z bosons in the years1980-90 and Higgs boson discovery in 2012 papers before and afterwards, I took a key part in these discoveries
  • book: “L’Aventure du grand collisionneur LHC – Du big bang au boson de Higgs”, EDP Science, Les Ulis, Paris 2014, (in French), English version in preparation
  • “CERN, LHC i eksperimenti, CMS I Higgsov bozon u perspektivi” popularizacjoni clanak na hrvatdskom u: Hrvatska Revija, 2/2017, Juli 2017

Oscar Cata

Universität Siegen

Research interests: Effective theories of electroweak symmetry breaking; flavor physics; dark matter.

Registration

There is no participation fee for this summer school. However, participants should take care of the accommodation. You can submit your application online. The registration deadline is 1.9.2017.

Do you want to reserve accommodation through us?

If the answer is yes please submit the following information

Event Schedule

This is the schedule of the summer school. Welcome speech and all lectures will take place at amphitheater A1-1 at Faculty of Science.

You can also download it here: Schedule

The program is available here: Program

Organization Team

This conference wouldn be possible without the help of our team!

Scientific Advisors

Ante Bilušić

Ante Bilušić

Robert Helling

Robert Helling

Organization Committee

Anamaria hell

Anamaria Hell

pave pilić

Pave Pilić

Program Committee

Anamaria hell

Anamaria Hell

Llorenc Espinosa Portales

Llorenc Espinosa Portales

Otari Sakhelashvili

Otari Sakhelashvili

David Wierichs

David Wierichs

Michael Zantedeschi

Michael Zantedeschi

About Split

Split is the second-largest city of Croatia and the largest city of the region of Dalmatia. It also one of the oldest cities in the region as it was founded in the 3rd or 2nd century BCE as the Greek colony of Aspfialathos. However, the first permanent resident of Split was Roman Emperor Diocletian. In 305 BCE he built his famous Diocletian's Palace as a place to spend his retirement. The site was most likely chosen due to being near to Salona, the capital of the province of Dalmatia at that time, but also having a secure port and a more immediate access to the open sea in the case of an attack. After the Romans abandoned the site, the Palace remained empty for several centuries. In the 7th century, nearby residents ed to the walled palace in an efort to escape invading Avars. Since then the palace has been occupied, with residents making their homes and businesses within the palace basement and directly in its walls. Today palace is filed with shops and restaurants. Split is also famous for its beaches. There are many beaches in Split Croatia, ranging from sandy to pebble ones. Most of the beaches are southeast of Split's harbor all the way to Podstrana village. Others are at the foot of Marjan hill, mostly rocky, bordered by a pine forest and with good local bus connections. In nearly all Split beaches the sea water is very clean and calm, without tides, under water currents or high waves. The sea temperature is comfortably warm from mid May to mid October.

Photos of Split

Event Location

Students to students summer school will take place at the building of Faculty of Science in Split. Accommodation of participants of the school will be organised at the students dormitory which is located at University campus.

PMF Split

Traveling

There are many ways to reach Split: The airport is located near Split. It takes about 40 minutes by bus from the airport to Split. Most of the information can be found here: http://www.split-airport.hr/index.php?lang=en There is everyday relation Ancona(Italy) - Split by ferry during the summer. For more information please visit: http://www.blueline-ferries.com/ Here you can find information about train connections with Split: http://www.udaljenosti.com/vozni- red-vlakova/ Split is also reachable by modern highway (A1) and bus. Information about connection via bus can be found here: http://www.ak-split.hr/EN/index.html

Accomodation

There is an option to reserve accomodation through us. We offer two packages. Both accommodations are located at student dorm "Dr. Franjo Tuđman" which is located 5 minutes by walk from the university where the school will take place. The first option includes single room with breakfast for 6 days. The cost of this package is 175 euros per person. The second option includes bed in a room for two people with breakfast for 6 days. The cost of this package is 150 euros. If you are interested in one of these option please contact us via email. However, if you would rather reserve accomodation on your own, we will gladly help you with providing informations for further search.

Contact Us

If you have any question contact us at the information listed below

Email: s2s4@pmfst.hr