was the main organizer of
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PseudoHermitian Hamiltonians
in Quantum
Physics VII
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the meeting with subtitle
Quantum Physics with NonHermitian Operators
took place in the territory of
PEDRO PASCUAL
BENASQUE CENTER FOR SCIENCE
during June 29  July 11, 2008.
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the list of
talks
the list of
participants
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the sample of topics discussed during the Workshop:


PERTURBATION THEORY FOR
QUASIHERMITIAN MODELS

RELATIVISTIC NONHERMITIAN PHENOMENOLOGY

(C)PT SYMMETRY IN FIELD THEORY

OPTICS, MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMICS, COSMOLOGY

SUPERSYMMETRIC AND LIE ALGEBRAIC METHODS

EXACTLY SOLVABLE MODELS AND
WKB AND NUMERICAL CONSTRUCTIONS

ALGEBRAIC AND MOYAL PRODUCT METHODS
 EFFECTIVE THEORIES IN MANYBODY PROBLEMS
 EXCEPTIONAL POINTS AND RESONANCES
 KREIN SPACES AND RELATED RIGOROUS RESULTS
 QUASIHERMITIAN MODELS BEYOND QUANTUM MECHANICS

NONHERMITICITY IN STATISTICAL PHYSICS

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the
proceedings of our seventh meeting will be published in
SYMMETRY,
INTEGRABILITY
and GEOMETRY:
METHODS and
APPLICATIONS
(SIGMA)
with the deadline of submissions set on
November 15th, 2008
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in context of the preceding Workshops consult:
J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 41 (2008), pp. xxx  yyy,
which is the special issue related to our sixth meeting
(in London);
the previous, older
special issue of
Czech. J. Phys. 56 (2006) pp. 885  1064
was informally related to our fifth meeting in Bologna;
the regular proceedings of the
Workshop Nr. 4
appeared
in
J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 39 (2006), Nr. 32, pp. 996310261.
The proceedings of the preceding
Workshop Nr. 3
filled the dedicated September issue of
Czech. J. Phys. 55 (2005) pp. 1045  1192.
The proceedings of the second
Workshop Nr. 2
appeared in the October issue a year earlier:
Czech. J. Phys. 54 (2004) pp. 1005  1148
while the proceedings of the first
Workshop Nr. 1 (organized in the year
2003)
may be found in the January issue of the same year:
Czech. J. Phys. 54 (2004) pp. 1  156.
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any related queries may be addressed:
by email, to
znojil@ujf.cas.cz
or by ordinary mail, to
Miloslav Znojil
Nuclear Physics Institute,
250 68 Rez, Czech Republic
or via fax or phone:
Fax : +420  220 940 165 (M. Z.)
Phone : +420  266 173 286 (M.Z., office)
or via the
global webpage of the whole
conference series.
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Post scriptum:
remember that in 2009, there will be a big math.phys. conference in Prague.
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last update: July 2008.