Symposium in Memory of Harald Fritzsch
Harald Fritzsch has made outstanding contributions to the development of modern particle physics. He was a pioneer of QCD, the gauge theory of strong interactions, and contributed significantly to Grand Unified Theories and to the flavour physics of quarks and leptons.
The Arnold Sommerfeld Center is organizing a scientific Symposium in Honor of Harald Fritzsch and his lasting contributions to Theoretical Physics.
14:15 - 14:30 Dieter Lüst, Introduction
14:30 - 15:05 Willibald Plessas, Quarks and QCD
15:05 - 15:40 Hans Peter Nilles, The Flavor Puzzle: Textures and Symmetries
15:40 - 16:15 coffee break
16:15 - 16:50 Johannes Blümlein, Precision QCD: 50 Years Later
16:50 - 17:25 Siggi Bethke, Look how it Runs!
Gerhard Buchalla (LMU, Munich)
Dieter Lüst (LMU and MPI, Munich)
Zhi-zhong Xing (IHEP, Beijing)
ASC, Lecture Hall A 348