Is the world local or nonlocal? What is the nature of quantum nonlocality? Is the world intrinsically interconnected at the physical level? What is the role of the scientific observer? The Fetzer Franklin Fund (FFF) announces the key note and plenary speakers for its upcoming EmQM15 Symposium on “Emergent Quantum Mechanics”. The Opening Key Note Lecture will be given by Prof. Yakir Aharonov. EmQM15 is the Third International Symposium about Quantum Mechanics based on a "Deeper Level Theory". The Symposium will take place at the Vienna University of Technology on October 23-25, 2015. Lead organizers Gerhard Grössing (Austrian Institute for Nonlinear Studies, Vienna) and Jan Walleczek (FFF, Phenoscience Laboratories, Berlin) invite the participation of anyone with an interest in (i) the future of quantum mechanics and (ii) how new insights into quantum phenomena may change long-held assumptions about the nature of physical reality. This event is free of charge. For more information about EmQM15 and for registration please go to www.emqm15.org.