On 27 October this workshop will bring together philosophers and physicists inspired by the work of Miklós Rédei to discuss new work on the foundations of quantum physics.

Professor Miklós RédeiProfessor Miklós Rédei, a Doctor of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, is Professor of Philosophy and Head of Department at LSE’s Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method. Since earning his PhD in 1982, our hero Professor Rédei has been a constant leading influence on the philosophy and the foundations of physics, especially in the application of mathematical techniques to clarify the philosophical foundations of quantum theory. His friends and colleagues also know him as an indefatigable source of inspiration, charm, and poetic commentary on both Nature and Humanity. To thank him for this (and a great deal more), they arranged a conference in his honour, on the occasion of his 65th birthday.

Speakers include: Klaus Fredenhagen, Márton Gömöri, Balázs Gyenis, Zalán Gyenis, Gábor Hofer-Szabó, Kasia Rejzner, Bryan W. Roberts, László Szabó, Giovanni Valente, and Charlotte Werndl.


Please register if you plan to come! Registration is free, and available via the link below.
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Friday talks take place at LSE in room 2.06 of the Lakatos Building (LAK), and the Thursday reception takes place Old Building (OLD) in the 5th floor Senior Common Room. For further help finding your way, see the LSE Maps and Directions website, or the Lakatos building special needs access guide via DisabledGo.

Programme (Talk Titles TBA)

Thu, 26 Oct: OLD 5th Floor

18:00–20:30 Opening Lecture and Wine Reception

Fri, 27 Oct: LAK 2.06

10:00–10:45 Balázs Gyenis and Zalán Gyenis
10:45-11:30 Giovanni Valente
11:30–12:00 Coffee Break
12:00–12:45 László Szabó and Márton Gömöri
12:45–13:30 Kasia Rejzner
13:30–15:00 Lunch Break (on your own)
15:00–15:45 Bryan W. Roberts
15:45-16:30 Charlotte Werndl
16:30-17:00 Coffee Break
17:00-17:45 Klaus Fredenhagen
17:45-18:30 Gábor Hofer-Szabó
18:30-19:00 To the pub! For more discussion.
19:00-beyond Dinner

Event Preparation

For students who would like to prepare for this event, the organisers strongly recommend Quantum Logic in Algebraic Approach by Miklós Rédei, Lotte in Weimar by Thomas Mann, and Titan by Gustav Mahler.


LSE offers convenience childcare services near campus. Visit the LSE Nursery Homepage for more information and to apply.
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Balázs Gyenis and Bryan W. Roberts