Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

Non-Perturbative Aspects of Quantum Field Theory

1 January - 19 June 1997

Organisers: D Olive (Swansea), P Van Baal (Leiden), P West (King's College, London)

A Newton Institute Euroconference

DUALITY AND SUPERSYMMETRIC THEORIES

7 - 18 April 1997

This meeting comprises an advanced school that presents an account of electromagnetic duality and its generalisations. The courses will include introductory lectures on supersymmetric gauge theories, supergravity theories, solitons and string duality. They will also cover more advanced topics including monopole moduli spaces, Seiberg-Witten theory, D-branes and M-theory. The school is directed towards advanced graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and researchers.

Organising Committee:

DI Olive (Swansea, Wales), P West (King's, London)

Lecturers:

C Bachas (Ecole Polytechnique)
T Eguchi (Tokyo)
J Gauntlett (QMW, London)
G Gibbons (Cambridge)
J Harvey (Chicago)
C Hull (QMW, London)
N Manton (Cambridge)
DI Olive (Swansea, Wales)
B Zumino (Berkeley)
P West (King's, London)

Grants: The conference is supported by a grant from the European Union which will provide funding towards the registration, travel and subsistence costs of selected young (under 35 years years for men and 40 years for women) participants. Applications from those living in Greece, Ireland and Portugal are particularly encouraged. Self-supporting applicants of any age or nationality are welcome.

Applications: The workshop will take place in DAMTP for the first week and the remainder at the Newton Institute. Accommodation for participants will be provided at nearby Selwyn College. The conference package costs 750 which includes registration fees, accommodation, breakfast and evening meals plus lunch and refreshments during the days that lectures take place.

Completed application forms should be sent to Heather Dawson at the Newton Institute, 20 Clarkson Rd, Cambridge, UK, CB3 0EH.

Closing Date for the receipt of applications is 28 February 1997

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