Advanced School on

Supersymmetry in the

Theories of Fields,

Strings and Branes

 

Santiago de Compostela, Spain

July 26-31, 1999

Transparencies of the lectures


The 1999 Advanced Summer School at Santiago de Compostela will be devoted to Supersymmetry in Field, String and Brane Theory. The School will accept around 60 researchers from Monday July 26 till Saturday July 31. A limited number of grants are available.
List of Lecturers:

I. Antoniadis
Ecole Polytechnique
H. Schnitzer
Brandeis University
D. Gross
Univ. of California at Santa Barbara
A. Sen
Mehta Research Institute
G. 't Hooft
University of Utrecht
J. Sonnenschein
Tel Aviv University
J. Maldacena
Harvard University
S. Wadia
Tata Inst. of Fundamental Research


List of Topics:

AdS/CFT correspondence
M-theory
String/M-theory phenomenology
Non-perturbative aspects of supersymmetric gauge theories
Duality in string and brane theory
Holography
Black hole physics
Organizers:

José M. F. Labastida (University of Santiago de Compostela)

José L. F. Barbón (University of Utrecht)

Advisory Committee:

Domenec Espriu (Universidad de Barcelona), José M. F. Labastida (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela), Javier Mas (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela), Santiago Peris (Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona), Mariano Quirós (CSIC), Germán Sierra (CSIC) and Vicente Vento (Universidad de Valencia)

Financial Support:

The Advanced School is supported by the Ministerio de Educación y Cultura of Spain, the Plan Xacobeo 99, the Xunta de Galicia , the University of Santiago de Compostela and the GEFT.


Organization of the School:

The Advanced School will take place in the facilities of the Residencia San Martín Pinario. A block of rooms for the participants has been reserved in the Residencia. The rates are 4500 PTA per person and night for a double room, and 5700 PTA per person and night for a single room. These prices include breakfast and lunch. Participants must also pay a fee of 15000 PTA. This includes a reception at the Residencia in the evening of Monday 26, a guided visit to the historic part of the town, and the school banquet.

Transparencies of the lectures

Useful Information

Participants

Registration form

Accommodation and fee

Program

About Santiago de Compostela

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For further information please contact:

J. M. F. Labastida
Advanced School on Supersymmetry on the Theories of Fields, Strings and Branes
Depto. de Física de Partículas
Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
15706 Santiago de Compostela
Spain

E-mail: labasti@fpaxp1.usc.es

Fax:   34    981 520676

Electronic registration is preferred.


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