SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
The program of parallel sessions has been announced [see below]
Opening speech will be made by Chair E. Brezin
Presentation of the FFP series: General purpose, History and Philosophy, by B. Sidharth.
Plenary Program
Timeframe 
Tuesday July 06 
Wednesday, July 7 
Thursday, July 8 
Friday, July 9 

Session Chair 
09h  09h45 
Registration 
J.L.Puget 
Inflation and Dark Energy R.Durrer 
Parallel Session 
09h45  10h30 
Welcome Civil Authority Sc.Opening Talk E.Brézin Int.Opening Chair International B.G.Sidharth 
Clocks and Fundamental Tests 
From Laser Cooled Atoms to Quantum Simulators J.Dalibard 
Quantum Information with Photons and Atoms P.Grangier 

Coffee Break 
10h30  11h 
Coffee Break 
Coffee Break 
Coffee Break 
Coffee Break 
Session 
11h  11h45 
The Big Bang Befor and After : Some New Developments R.Penrose 
Signatures of String Unification 
Inflationary Cosmology on Trial P.Steinhardt 
J.Ellis 
11h45  12h30 
The Uses of Infinity : Emergent Phenomena in Physics J.Butterfield 
Finite and infinite dimensional representations of Hamiltonian structures 
Quantum Information Processing with Superconducting Circuits M.Devoret 
Where is Knowledge ? J.Stachel 

Lunch 
12h30  14h 
Lunch 
Lunch 
Lunch 
Lunch 
Session 
14h  14h45 
The Dark Side of Galaxy Formation J.Silk 
Poster 
Poster 
A.Zeilinger 
14h45  15h30 
The Dark Matter Problem 80 years after Zwicky P.Salati 
Parallel Session 
Parallel Session 
The emergence of Quantum Mechanics


Parallel Session 
Parallel Session 

Coffee Break 
15h30  16h 
Coffee Break 
Coffee Break 
Coffee Break 
End of the Conference : 15h30
 
Session 
16h  16h45 
The LHC at CERN: 
Parallel Session 
Parallel Session 

Parallel Session 
Parallel Session 

16h45  17h30 
P.Fayet 
Parallel Session 
Parallel Session 

Parallel Session 
Adjourn : 17h10 

Adjourn : 17h30 
Adjourn : 17h30 

18 h 
Welcome Cocktail 
Visit to Orsay Museum and Official Dinner 
Invited speakers
General overview communications :
 Gerard't Hooft (Spinoza Institute, The Netherlands) The emergence of Quantum Mechanics
 Anton Zeilinger (University of Vienna, Austria)
 Roger Penrose (Oxford, England) The Big Bang, Before and After : Some New Developments

Big Bang Cosmology / Dark Energy
 Paul Steinhardt (Princeton University, USA) Inflationary Cosmology on Trial
 JeanLoup Puget (IAS, France)
 Ruth Durrer (Geneve university, Switzerland) Inflation and Dark Energy

Dark Matter/Astroparticles
 Pierre Fayet (LPT, ENS, France)
 Joseph Silk (Oxford, England) The Dark Side of Galaxy Formation
 Pierre Salati (LAPTH, France) The Dark Matter Problem 80 years after Zwicky

Particle physics and Fundamental Interactions
 Daniel Fournier (LHC, France) The LHC at CERN: startup,very first results and prospects
 Costas Bachas (LPT, ENS, France) Signatures of String Unification
 John Ellis (CERN, Switzerland)
 Christophe Salomon (LKB, ENS, France) Clocks and Fundamental Tests

From Entanglement to Quantum Information and Quantum Gas
 Philippe Grangier (Institut Optique Palaiseau, France) Quantum Information with Photons and atoms
 Michel Devoret (Yale University, USA & College de France, France) Quantum Information Processing with Superconducting Circuits
 Jean Dalibard (LKB, ENS, France) From laser cooled atom to Quantum Simulators

Epistemology, History of Physics
 Jeremy N. Butterfield (Cambridge, England) The Uses of Infinity : Emergent Phenomena in Physics
 Frederic Helein (Paris Diderot University, France) Finite and infinite dimensional representations of Hamiltonian structures
 John Stachel (Boston University, USA) Where is Knowledge
Parallel Program
Wednesday, July 7
Timeframe 
Big Bang Cosmology / Dark Energy 
Particle physics and Fundamental Interactions 
Epistemology, History of Physics 

Session 
14h45  15h05 
Loop Quantum Gravity and the early universe Barrau Aurelien

Uncertainty relation on a Planckian lattice and applications to micro black holes Scardigli Fabio 
In practice, is quantum mechanics a unified theory? On the impact of multiple interpretations on research 
15h05  15h25 
Planck scale oscillations in Dark Energy B. G. Sidharth 
Gauge structure in particle mixing Blasone Massim 
Causality and Quantum Theory Kauark Leite Patricia 

15h25  15h45 
Recent Observations on CMB at high multipoles and AP3M computations at such scales Marius Josep Fullana i Alfonso 
Towards canonical quantum gravity for 3+1 geometries admitting maximally symmetric twodimensional surfaces Melas Evangelos 
Free fall and selfforce : an historical perspective Spallicci Alessandro 

Coffee Break 
15h30  16 h 
Coffee Break 
Coffee Break 
Coffee Break 
Session 
16h  16h20 
Sloan Digital Sky Survey and Hubble Ultra Deep Field Data Imply a New Cosmological Model Alexander Franklin Mayer 
The heat kernel for a scalar field in planar curved space Department of Mathematics Kamath Gopinath 
The Diminishing Experimental Challenge to the Standard Model of Particle Physics Perovic Slobodan 
16h20  16h40 
The Big Bang and the Red Shift Richard Kriske 
Alternative Description of Matter Keller Jaime 
Is presentism compatible with Relativity ? Besnard Fabien 

16h40  17h 
Is spacetime really curved ? An experimental test Consoli Maurizio 
Lessons from world crystal on role of torsion in gravitational physics Kleinert Hagen 
Evolution of the concept of dimension and potential impact in physics Journeau Philippe 

17h  17h20 
Relational Triangleland Edward Anderson 
Universe in Brane World Scenario Saaidi Khaled 
Learning to Cooperate for Progress in Physics Dickau Jonathan 

17h20 17h40 
Constraining Fundamental Physics with present and future CMB Experiments Galli Silvia 
On rotating wave approximation, irreversible time evolution and entropy Vitiello Giuseppe 

17h4018h 
Infrared divergence of pure Einstein gravity contributions to
cosmological density power spectrum Jaichan Hwang 
Can NegativeEnergy States Remove the Infinities of QFT ? Payandeh Farrin 
Thursday, July 8
Timeframe 
Big Bang Cosmology / Dark Energy 
From Entanglement to Quantum Information and Quantum Gas 
Epistemology, History of Physics 

Session 
14h45  15h05 
Cosmological Big Bounce Transition
Piechocki Wlodzimierz

How to detect the Gravity included Phase Shift in Labs ? He JianE 
Some Mathematics for Biological Theories : Randomness and Organisations, as AntiEntropy in Darwin's Evolution Longo Giuseppe 
15h05  15h25 
Running Cosmological Constant and Running Newton Constant in Modified Gravity Theories Garattini Remo 
Spineur sans extension spatiale et faisabilité de l'ordinateur quantique Michel Gondran 
The difficult appropriation of quantum ideas outside the frontiers of fundamental physics Picholle Eric 

Coffee Break 
15h25  15h40 
Coffee Break 
Coffee Break 
Coffee Break 
Session 
15h40  16h 
Atoms of Dark matter from new stable quarks and leptons Khlopov Maxim 
Effects of magnetic field and confining potential on spontaneous coherence of exciton polaritons in coupled quantum wells and dots embedded in optical microcavity Kaputkina Natalia 
From Galilean relativity to quantum gravity : three issues, c, h, G, concerning time, matter and inertia Provost JeanPierre 
16h  16h20 
Stochastic growth of quantum fluctuations during inflation Marozzi Giovanni 
Quantum kinetic equation for hierarchic systems Mikhail Ataisky 
Organisation Temporal Platonic Metaphysics Mikovic Aleksandar 

16h2016h40 
Cosmology at the Frontier of Neutrino Physics Swanson Molly 
Electromagnetic Theory of the
Nuclear Intearction. Application to
the Deuteron 2H 
Friday, July 9
Timeframe 
Big Bang Cosmology / Dark Energy 
Particle physics and Fundamental Interactions 
Epistemology, History of Physics 

Session 
9h  9h20 
Indirect searches for dark matter with Cherenkov telescopes Brun Pierre 
Semiclassical limit to nonclassical dynamics Paul Thierry 
The problem of time in quantum gravity Alexis De Saint Ours 
9h20  9h40 
3rd Year Cosmological Results Guy Julien 
Universal Behavior in Classical Chaos Kröger Helmut 
Is cosmology a historical science? Grignon Claude 