There is an apparent trend towards geometrization of physical theories. During the last 20 years, the most successful mathematical models for the description and understanding of physical systems have been based on the Lie theory in its widest sense and various generalizations, for example, deformations of it. This proceedings volume reflects part of the development. On the mathematical side, they report on representations of Lie algebras, quantization procedures, non-commutative geometry, quantum groups, etc. Furthermore, possible physical applications of these techniques are discussed (eg. quantization of classical systems, derivations of evolution equations, discrete and deformed physical systems). The volume complements "Generalized Symmetries in Physics".