The international seminar on asymptotic safety was founded in spring 2011, with the intention of bringing the asymptotic-safety community together, and providing a platform for talks on asymptotic safety in and beyond quantum gravity, as well as related topics in quantum gravity and quantum field theory.

Upcoming seminars

Cristóbal Laporte: Evidence for a novel shift-symmetric universality class from the functional renormalization group

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Wetterich’s equation provides a powerful tool for investigating the existence and universal properties of renormalization group fixed points exhibiting quantum scale invariance. Motivated by recent works on asymptotically safe scalar-tensor theories, we develop a novel approximation scheme which projects the functio...

Jens Boos: Asymptotic safety and gauged baryon number

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We consider a model with gauged baryon number that may be rendered asymptotically safe when gravitational effects above the Planck scale are taken into account. We study the ultraviolet fixed points in this theory and determine the restrictions on the parameter space of the model at the TeV scale following from the ...

The organizers

If you are interested in attending the seminars and joining the community, please contact Aaron Held or Marc Schiffer to join the corresponding mailing list.

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Astrid Eichhorn

Astrid is an Associate Professor at CP3-Origins, University of Southern Denmark, Villum Young Investigator and Perimeter Institute Visiting Fellow. She works on building connections in quantum gravity: connections between quantum-gravity approaches, connections between fundamental theory and phenomenology, and connections between neighboring research communities. more

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Aaron Held

Aaron works on phenomenological constraints in quantum and classical effective field theories of gravity. Currently, DAAD Prime Fellow at Jena University and The Princeton Gravity Initiative.

Marc Schiffer

Marc works on asymptotically safe gravity-matter systems using functional and lattice methods. Currently, Postdoctoral researcher at Perimeter Institute.