PoS - Proceedings of Science
CORFU2019
CORFU2019 31 August - 25 September Corfù, Greece

The Corfu Summer Institute meetings consist of a series of high quality scientific events aiming in the training of young researchers as well as the exchange of knowledge and the collaboration among experienced scientists in the research area of Elementary Particle Physics and Gravity.

Editorial Board:

Konstantinos Anagnostopoulos National Technical University of Athens

Carlo Angelantonj University of Torino

Athanasios Chatzistavrakidis Rudjer Bošković Institute

Dumitru Ghilencea IFIN-HH, Bucharest

Jan Kalinowski University of Warsaw

Fedele Lizzi Università di Napoli Federico II and INFN

Jun Nishimura KEK Theory Center

Denjoe O'Connor Dublin Instite of Advanced Studies

Hervé Partouche Ecole Polytechnique - CNRS

Margarida Nesbitt Rebelo CFTP/IST, University of Lisbon

Harold Steinacker Vienna University

Richard Szabo Heriot-Watt University

Dimitris Varouchas CNRS, LAL, Orsay

Patricia Vitale INFN, Napoli and University of Napoli Federico II

George Zoupanos National Technical University of Athens

        

CORFU2018
CORFU2018 31 August - 28 September, 2018 Corfu, Greece

The Corfu Summer Institute meetings consist of a series of high quality scientific events aiming in the training of young researchers as well as the exchange of knowledge and the collaboration among experienced scientists in the research area of Elementary Particle Physics and Gravity.

Editorial Committee:
Konstantinos Anagnostopoulos, National Technical University of Athens
David Berman, Queen Mary University of London
Athanasios Chatzistavrakidis, Rudjer Bošković Institute, Zagreb                           
Dumitru Ghilencea, IFIN-HH, Bucharest       
Fotios Diakonos, University of Athens       
Jan Kalinowski, University of Warsaw       
Athanasios Kapoyannis, University of Athens
Margarida Nesbitt, Rebelo CFTP/IST, U. Lisboa
Antonios Tsapalis, Hellenic Naval Academy   
Dimitris Varouchas, CNRS, LAL, Orsay       
George Zoupanos, National Technical University of Athens  

CORFU2017
CORFU2017 2-28 September 2017 Corfu, Greece

The Corfu Summer Institute meetings consist of a series of high quality scientific events aiming in the training of young researchers as well as the exchange of knowledge and the collaboration among experienced scientists in the research area of Elementary Particle Physics and Gravity.

CORFU2016
CORFU2016 31 August - 23 September, 2016 Corfu, Greece

The Corfu Summer Institute meetings consist of a series of high quality scientific events aiming in the training of young researchers as well as the exchange of knowledge and the collaboration among experienced scientists in the research area of Elementary Particle Physics and Gravity.

CORFU2015
CORFU2015 1-27 September 2015 Corfu, Greece
The Corfu Summer Institute meetings consist of a series of high quality scientific events aiming in the training of young researchers as well as the exchange of knowledge and the collaboration among experienced scientists in the research area of Elementary Particle Physics and Gravity.
CORFU2014
CORFU2014 3-21 September 2014 Corfu, Greece
The Corfu Summer Institute meetings consist of a series of high quality scientific events aiming in the training of young researchers as well as the exchange of knowledge and the collaboration among experienced scientists in the research area of Elementary Particle Physics and Gravity.
Corfu2012
Corfu2012 September 8-27, 2012 Corfu, Greece
CORFU2011
CORFU2011 September 4-18, 2011 Corfu, Greece
The Corfu Summer Institute meetings consist of a series of events aiming in the training of young researchers as well as the exchange of knowledge and the collaboration between experienced researchers in the research area of Elementary Particle Physics.
CNCFG2010
CNCFG2010 September 8 – 12, 2010 Corfu, Greece

It is generally expected that due to the interplay between gravity and quantum mechanics, the classical picture of smooth spacetime manifolds should be replaced by some kind of quantum geometry at very short scales.

Much research has been devoted to this question in the past from various points of view. In particular, the study of quantum field theory on non commutative spacetimes has been developed as an effective approach to study physical models on quantum spaces. The workshop focused mainly

  1. on various aspects of field theories defined on non commutative spaces and
  2. on the relation among quantum , non commutative geometries and gravity in different approaches.

Foreword

corfu98
corfu98 6-20 September 1998 Kerkyra, Greece

Editorial Board
Antoniadis Ignatios, Koutsoumbas G., Tracas D. N., Zoupanos G. (chairman)