The following pages are meant as an informal introduction to asymptotic safety and as a guide to the literature.
Asymptotic Safety FAQs
These FAQs are getting out of date. They may still serve as a general introduction, but they do not reflect the current state of the field.
a relatively complete annotated bibliography on the subject, in roughly chronological order, including a list of papers on closely related arguments.
ERG2016, ICTP, Trieste, September 19-23 2016
group approaches to quantum gravity Perimeter Institute,
april 22-25, 2014
|Dario Benedetti, Pedro Machado and
Perimeter Institute, 11/2009
|Daniel Litim, myself, Carlo Pagani,
Pointe de l'Observatoire,
Aussois (ERG 2012) 09/2012
|Daniel Litim, Astrid Eichhorn, Alfio
Perimeter Institute, 10/2012
myself, Daniele Oriti,
University of Waterloo, 10/2012
Theory of Fields: Effective or Fundamental? A talk by
Steven Weinberg at CERN, July 7, 2009
Talk by M. Shaposhnikov at "Why m_H=126 GeV?"http://workshops.ift.uam-csic.es/WMH126/program.html
The workshop Asymptotic Safety - 30 Years Later was held at the Perimeter Institute on November 5 – 8, 2009. Full video coverage is available here.
Gravity at high energy A talk by Steven Weinberg at Strings 2010
Last update 02/06/2016