Causal sets is an approach to quantum gravity, where spacetime is replaced by a causal set. It is fundamentally discrete, and the causal relations between spacetime elements is the only structure that remains. A complete theory should have (i) kinematics (ii) dynamics and (iii) phenomenology. In this contribution we will explore the dynamical part of the theory, focusing on recent developments. We will analyse (a) classical dynamics of the causal set, (b) quantum dynamics of matter and fields on a classical causal set and finally (c) quantum dynamics of the causal set.
|Number of pages||1|
|Journal||Journal of Physics: Conference Series|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|