Shui-Ming Hu University of Science and Technology of China
Savely Karshenboim Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics
Zong-Chao Yan University of New Brunswick

Invited Lecturers

Greg Adkins Franklin & Marshall College Positronium: the quintessential QED bound state
Andrzej Czarnecki University of Alberta Introduction to Non-relativistic QED
Applications of NRQED
Vladimir Dzuba UNSW Sydney Calculation of relativistic effects in many-electron atoms and ions
Michael Eides University of Kentucky Effective Dirac equation and hyperfine splitting in muonium
Savely Karshenboim Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics,
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Different sectors of bound state QED
Vladimir I. Korobov Joint Institute for Nuclear Research Variational method for the bound states in quantum mechanics
NRQED approach for studying the hydrogen molecular ions and antiprotonic helium
Krzysztof Pachucki University of Warsaw QED of H, He and H2: theoretical approach
QED of H, He and H2: computational methods and results
Vladimir A. Yerokhin St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University Calculations of QED effects to all orders in the binding nuclear field: electron self-energy
Vladimir M. Shabaev St. Petersburg State University QED theory of high-Z few-electron ions
Stefano Laporta University of Padua Calculations of higher-loop QED form factors and application to bound states