First, there are the notes of a block course that I have in the summer on how to fix some mathematicla lose ends in QFT (notes written by our students Mario Flory and Constantin Sluka):
Lecture notes of a block course explaining why quantum field theory might be in a better mathematical state than one gets the impression from the typical introduction to the topic. It is explained how to make sense of a perturbative expansion that fails to converge and how to express Feynman loop integrals and their renormalization using the language of distribtions rather than divergent, ill-defined integrals.
Then there are the contributions to a seminar on "Foundations of Quantum Mechanics" (including an introduction by your's truly) that I taught a year ago. From the contents:
- C*-algebras, GNS-construction, states, (Sebastian)
- Stone-von-Neumann Theorem (Dennis)
- Pure Operations, POVMs (Mario)
- Measurement Problem (Anupam, David)
- EPR and Entanglement, Bell's Theorem, Kochen–Specker theorem (Isabel, Matthias)
- Decoherence (Kostas, Cosmas)
- Pointer Basis (Greeks again)
- Consistent Histories (Hao)
- Many Worlds (Max)
- Bohmian Interpretation (Henry, Franz)
See also the seminar's wiki page.