The Modave Summer School in Mathematical Physics is a summer school organised by and aimed at Ph.D. students. The school provides blackboard lectures given by young researchers. The lectures cover core subjects that contribute to the backbone knowledge of the participants working in the field of theoretical and mathematical physics, which includes topics in General Relativity, Quantum Field Theory and String Theory.
This year marks the 17th edition of the school! As for the previous years, the ULB, VUB, KUL and UMONS will join their forces to propose a unique scientific and human experience in the heart of the Belgian countryside.
We will do our best to organize this year’s edition in Modave. However, if the sanitary situation does not allow it, a substitute Summer School will take place in Brussels.
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Modave is a charming Belgian village near Huy in the natural region of Condroz. The school takes place at the centre Les Cent Fontaines, which offers a nice sanctum for physics, mathematics and many other activities.
The school's program is already available here!
You can also download the official poster (PDF, 9 338 Ko) of the XVII Modave School!
The school takes place from the 13th to the 18th of September 2021. Participants are expected to arrive on Monday the 13th of September in the afternoon. A welcome drink is organised upon arrival, followed by a dinner. The lectures are given from Tuesday morning to Saturday afternoon and social activities are organised throughout the week. Finally, the departure is planned on Saturday the 18th of September in the end of the afternoon, after the last lecture. All these informations are given temporarily and are subject to change according to the evolution of the sanitary crisis.
The easiest way to reach Modave is by train. The closest train station is located at Huy and a shuttle service from and to this train station will be arranged for all the participants. More information can be found on the Belgian National Railroad Company (SNCB/NMBS) website. Also, the organising committee remains available at all time to discuss practical details at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ankit Aggarwal (ULB), Sergio Ernesto Aguilar Gutierrez (KUL), Martin Bonte (ULB), Lorenzo Cimino (UMONS), Marine De Clerck (VUB), David De Filippi (UMONS), Arnaud Delfante (UMONS), Vasko Dimitrov (KUL), Adrien Druart (ULB), Ludovic Ducobu (UMONS), Adrien Fiorucci (ULB), Kwinten Fransen (KUL), Yegor Goncharov (UMONS/U. de Tours), Philip Hacker (VUB), Maria Knysh (VUB), Lorenzo Küchler (ULB/KUL), Yan Liu (ULB), Ludovico Machet (ULB/KUL), Daniel Naegels (ULB), Pierluigi Niro (ULB/VUB), Antoine Pasternak (ULB), Maxim Dmitrievich Pavlov (VUB), Simon Pekar (UMONS), Antoine Somerhausen (ULB), Colin Sterckx (ULB), Rob Tielemans (KUL), Jesse van Muiden (KUL), Romain Vandepopeliere (ULB), Quentin Vandermiers (ULB), Vincent Van Hemelryck (KUL), Annelien Vekemans (KUL), Xuao Zhang (KUL) and Sofia Zhidkova (VUB).
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