Here’s what this year’s foundational conference calendar looks like at the moment:

- November 2-5: PSA 2006, Vancouver, Canada. This is the Biennial meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association and there are a few sessions on quantum theory.
- November 28 – December 3: QCMC 2006, Tsukuba, Japan. This is really a quantum information, computation and optics meeting, but there are often a few talks relevant to foundations.
- March 5-9: APS March Meeting 2007, Denver, Colorado. The Topical Group in Quantum Information organized special sessions on the foundations of quantum theory last year, so I imagine it won’t be a major focus this time round. However, I haven’t seen the list of sessions for this year yet, it’s a good opportunity to find out what’s going on in the rest of physics, and at least there will be some quantum information.
- March 26-28: Quantum Interaction, Stanford, USA. This is a bit of an oddball meeting aimed at applying ideas from QM to Artificial Intelligence.
- March 29-31: 15th UK and European Meeting on the Foundations of Physics, Leeds, UK. With a special session on quantum information.
- April: Operational Probabilistic Theories as Foils to Quantum Theory, Cambridge, UK. This one is an invitation only 2-week event, so please don’t write to the organizers asking to come or they will get very annoyed with me.
- June 11-16: Quantum Theory: reconsideration of foundations-4: The 80 years of the Copenhagen Interpretation, Vaxjo, Sweden. This will be the last in this conference series. Apparently, you can only reconsider the foundations so many times. No info on the website yet, but it will probably appear soon.
- I haven’t seen any official announcements yet, but apparently there will be TWO meetings in celebration of 50 years since the publication of Everett’s paper on the relative state interpretation of QM, better known as many-worlds, one at Perimeter Institute and one at Oxford University.

If anyone knows of any other relevant meetings then please let me know and I’ll post an update.