Upon application, prospective participants are asked to propose three papers (highlighting a preference for one of them) that they would like to deeply understand and discuss with their peers. Suitable papers should be about interesting, puzzling, or not fully explored research programs in the field of fundamental quantum physics instead of just following up on results that are strictly technical. Notice that, due to time constraints, suitable papers should not require a too specific prior knowledge and should have a contained length (definitely not exceeding the maximal length of 50 pages). Moreover, the applicants cannot propose papers of which they are co-authors.
Application procedure:
  • Fill in the application form.  You will notably be asked to provide links to the three proposed papers accompanied by a short text that motivates the choice of that paper for the workshop (e.g., why do the questions it addressed can be interesting for the community? Or, why should a controversial claim be better understood/rebutted?)
  • Also send the three proposed papers (in their most updated version) via email as attached pfd files to:, clearly indicating the preferred one.
Applications are now closed. Applicants will be notified about their possible acceptance no later than May 31st.




Accepted participants will then be requested to pay a fee of 300,00 Euros (which includes accommodation, shuttle to the location, and meals for the whole week).
Depending on fund availability, a partial or total fee refund after the workshop, may be possible.
We also try to offer financial support, in particular fee waivers. Applicants should indicate whether they are in need of such support.


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