Quantum Gravity (QG) is one of the most fundamental and longest standing issues of modern physics. There are now several candidate theories for QG (strings, loops, nonperturbative quantum field theories) and it is important to understand how to extract from them testable predictions. This is needed not only to solve old riddles (like singularities or the quantum aspects of black holes physics) but possibly also to deal with new ones, such as the nature of dark energy.
Fortunately in recent times there has been a flourishing of ideas and proposals on how to test mesoscopic (high-energy but still sub- Planckian) effects of different QG scenarios. This field of research goes under the general heading of QG phenomenology. It provides ways to put constraints on possible QG effects (for example departures from Lorentz invariance) but also stimulates new conjectures about the nature of the spacetime fabric and its behaviour near the Planck scale. In particular a key question is to understand how General Relativity arises at low energy from theories of QG.
The aim of this workshop is to put together different communities which are involved in this study: from pure theoreticians to phenomenologists to experimentalists, giving a broad view of the field through a series of colloquia aimed at a general audience (so that the gap between different communities could be bridged) and via daily, organized, discussion times.
The organisers thank the QG research networking programme of the ESF for financial support for the workshop.
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proceedings index |
proceedings index |
Recent Gravitational Experiments and their Implications for Particle Physics
PoS(QG-Ph)001 |
A string approach to quantum back reaction and gravitational collapse
PoS(QG-Ph)002 pdf |
On the theory and phenomenology of spacetime symmetries at the Planck scale
PoS(QG-Ph)003 pdf |
Vacuum and semiclassical gravity: a difficulty and its bewildering significance
PoS(QG-Ph)004 pdf |
Quantum fields, Noether charges and Hopf algebra spacetime symmetries
PoS(QG-Ph)005 pdf |
"Superluminal" scalar fields and black holes
PoS(QG-Ph)006 pdf |
Probing effects of modified dispersion relations with Bose--Einstein condensates
PoS(QG-Ph)007 pdf |
Non-minimal coupling as a mechanism for spontaneous symmetry breaking on the brane
PoS(QG-Ph)008 pdf |
Gravitational Effects of Spontaneous Lorentz Violation
PoS(QG-Ph)009 pdf |
Loop Quantum Gravity and Effective Theory
PoS(QG-Ph)010 pdf |
Proposal for quantum gravity phenomenology with violation of discrete symmetries
PoS(QG-Ph)011 pdf |
Effective Field Theories of Gravity
PoS(QG-Ph)012 |
Induced gravity and entaglement entropy of 2D black holes
PoS(QG-Ph)013 pdf |
Mode creation and phenomenology of inflationary spectra
PoS(QG-Ph)014 pdf |
Extended Gravity: Theory and Phenomenology
PoS(QG-Ph)015 pdf |
Why things fall
PoS(QG-Ph)016 pdf |
What the Pierre Auger Observatory can and cannot tell about Quantum Gravity Phenomenology: spectrum, composition and origin of the highest energy Cosmic Rays
PoS(QG-Ph)017 pdf |
Observables of Quantum Gravity at the LHC
PoS(QG-Ph)018 pdf |
Black Hole Information in a Detector (Atom) - Field
PoS(QG-Ph)019 pdf |
Einstein-æther gravity: a status report
PoS(QG-Ph)020 pdf |
Quasi-normal mode analysis in BEC acoustic black holes
PoS(QG-Ph)021 pdf |
Searching for Quantum Gravity with Neutrino Telescopes
PoS(QG-Ph)022 pdf |
Scalar field on kappa-Minkowski space, star product, and the issue of Lorentz invariance
PoS(QG-Ph)023 pdf |
Fixed points of quantum gravity
PoS(QG-Ph)024 pdf |
Quantum Gravity and Emergent Locality
PoS(QG-Ph)025 |
How precisely should we test Lorentz invariance?
PoS(QG-Ph)026 pdf |
LIV from String Theory
PoS(QG-Ph)027 pdf |
QG phenomenology constraints potentialities of next space gamma-ray experiments
PoS(QG-Ph)028 pdf |
Inflation in Quantum Loop Cosmology
PoS(QG-Ph)029 pdf |
Group field theory as the microscopic quantum description of the spacetime fluid
PoS(QG-Ph)030 pdf |
Constructing QFT's wherein Lorentz Invariance is broken by dissipative effects in the UV
PoS(QG-Ph)031 pdf |
Space-time regions as "subsystems"
PoS(QG-Ph)032 pdf |
LIV limits from GRBs
PoS(QG-Ph)033 |
Backreaction from weakly and strongly non-conformal fields in de Sitter spacetime
PoS(QG-Ph)034 pdf |
Lessons from (2+1)-dimensional quantum gravity
PoS(QG-Ph)035 pdf |
Quantum back-reaction problems
PoS(QG-Ph)036 pdf |
Physics and Astrophysics with Ultra-High Energy Cosmic Radiation
PoS(QG-Ph)037 pdf |
The seeds of cosmic structure as a door to Quantum Gravity Phenomena
PoS(QG-Ph)038 pdf |
Dumb holes
PoS(QG-Ph)039 pdf |
Quantum corrections in the Myers-Pospelov model: a progress report
PoS(QG-Ph)040 pdf attachments |
"Superluminal" scalar fields and cosmology
PoS(QG-Ph)041 |
Analogue spacetimes: toy models for "quantum gravity''
PoS(QG-Ph)042 pdf |
Fermi-point scenario for emergent gravity
PoS(QG-Ph)043 pdf |
On the phenomenon of emergent spacetimes:An instruction guide for experimental cosmology
PoS(QG-Ph)044 pdf |