Gravitation and Mathematical Physics Division (DGFM) of the Mexican
Physical Society (SMF) is organizing
its XI School.
organized the "Mexican School on Gravitation
and Mathematical Physics" every two years. The
main goal of our schools is to discuss and exchange current ideas
physics in a pedagogical manner. Each school is devoted to a
particular subject. Traditionally, we have invited world leaders in
specific topics, among these we can mention A. Ashtekar,
B. Carter, G. Gibbons, M. Heusler, W. Israel, F. Mueller-Hoisen, R.
Myers, Y. Neeman, L. Randall, R. Sorkin, P. Van Nieuwenhuiz. The
last School focused on Reaching a Century of General Relativity and included courses and lectures
by C. Will, T. Padilla, D. Page, I. Sawicki, A. Tolley, F. Guzmán, E. Linder
On this ocassion,
the subject of the School will be "Quantum Gravity: schemes, models and phenomenology."
program will include several courses and plenary talks, and a number of
short invited talks. There will also be time for parallel
talks, and space for poster presentations.