Scientific program information
- Begin: Monday morning (8 a.m.), July 15, 2019
- End: Saturday evening (6 p.m.), July 20, 2019
Overview invited talks (30 min)
These talks should cover a somewhat broader area or a few related topics.
Shorter invited talks (20 min)
These talks should deal with promising progress in developing and understanding particular topics or techniques related to the scope of the conference.
Due to the shortage of time (slots) for invited talks, the scientific committee invites also special invited poster contributors.
Public evening lectures
Several public lectures will be given by exceptional speakers in the form available for a broader audience.
- Duration of the invited talks will be communicated to individual speakers after the participation of most speakers is confirmed.
- Apart from a talk, every invited speaker can additionally contribute by one invited poster.
- At the conference web pages you will find the up to date lists of both invited speakers and invited poster contributors.
All talks and invited posters are invited by the Scientific Committee.
No contributed talks are assumed.
Contributed (non-invited) presentations
Regular participants (who are not invited by the Scientific Committee) are encouraged to submit one or two poster contributions. The Scientific Committee will decide poster acceptance.
Public evening lectures (subject to change)
- William Phillips (NIST and University of Maryland, Gaithersburg)
- Harrison Schmitt (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
- Rainer Weiss (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Other possible scientific events
The FQMT'19 program will feature concerts of classical music performed by world-class musicians, held at outstanding venues of the city. Both the scientific program and the musical program are intended as a complement to one another, where scientists and musicians are encouraged to mingle and share their knowledge and experience.