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6th International Workshop on Pseudo Hermitian Hamiltonians in Quantum Physics (16th-18th of July 2007)         Special Issue in J. Phys. A.

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The proposed meeting is to be the sixth in a series of three-day meetings on non-Hermitian and quasi-Hermitian Hamiltonians in quantum physics and related topics. The conference will cover

• quasi-Hermitian Hamiltonians in quantum mechanics
• quantum field theories with indefinite metric
• (C)PT-symmetry in non-Hermitian systems
• supersymmetry in non-Hermitian systems
• Lie algebraic and Krein space methods
• Moyal products and non-Hermitian systems
• integrability and exact solvability of non-Hermitian systems
• dissipative systems
• non-Hermitian versions of random matrix models
• spectral problem in non-Hermitian systems
• numerical methods
• exceptional points
Invited speakers include:

Carl Bender (Washington University, St Louis, USA)
Patrick Dorey (Durham University, UK)
Thomas Curtright (University of Miami, USA)
Hendrik Geyer (University of Stellenbosch, South Africa)
Joshua Feinberg (University of Haifa, Israel)
Ali Mostafazadeh (Koc University, Istanbul, Turkey)
Michael Ogilvie (Washington University, St Louis, USA)
Roberto Tateo (University of Turin, Italy)
Miloslav Znojil (Rez Nuclear Physics Institute, Prague, Czech Republic)

All participants, and in particular students, are very much encouraged to volunteer for talks!

Previous conferences were held in Prague, Istanbul, Stellenbosch and Bologna. A central webpage covering the entire series can be found here.

This meeting is supported by the London Mathematical Society and the Mathematical and Theoretical Physics Group of the Institute of Physics and co-organized by the Doppler Institute for mathematical physics and applied mathematics.

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