Autumn School

From Poisson Geometry to Quantum Fields on Noncommutative Spaces


The official Autumn School poster can be found here



Poisson Geometry, deformation quantization and noncommutative geometry can be seen as among the most attractive paths from a classical world to the quantum world in the realm of geometry. The autumn school aims to develop the connection between different research areas in these three fields with a strong emphasize on the applications in quantum field theory on noncommutative spaces. With our school we aim to gather leading experts in their fields and give young scientists, PhD students and young Postdocs the unique opportunity to see not just these fields of research but also their relations being developed in a series of lectures.

Poster Session

During the school we will have not only lecture series but also poster sessions by the participants. This way, we hope to stimulate discussions between the lecturers and the participants giving them the opportunity to present their own research on a large forum. We kindly ask to include a suggestion for a poster topic in your application.


The autumn school lectures will be held at the Department of Mathematics of Würzburg University. Würzburg is an old, typical German-style university town. It is located on the Main river and is surrounded by picturesque vineyards. One of Würzburg's crown jewels is the ancient Marienberg Fortress that guards city and river. Würzburg can easily be reached by train from Frankfurt international airport (90 minutes).

Application and Financial Support

The registration fee is 135€ and the number of participants is limited. Financial support for travel expenses and accomodation is available for all participants. We will contact successful applicants by email immediately after the decision is made.
This autumn school is funded by VW Foundation
Since there is only a limited number of participants, we expect the successfull applicant to attend the whole school.


Local organizers

  • Stefan Waldmann, Chiara Esposito, Thorsten Reichert, Matthias Schötz