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Dr. Andrzej Horzela
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Dr. Andrzej Horzela (Books)

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by Edward Kapuscik, Andrzej Horzela

Pages: 645
Publisher: World Scientific Pub. Co. Inc.
Year: 2002
ISBN: 9810248873
ISBN: 978-9810248871

Websites: merlin.fic.uni.lodz.pl/EKapuscik

Proceedings of the Second Intl Symposium held July 18-21, 2001 in Krakow, Poland. This book presents the up-to-date status of quantum theory and the outlook for its development in the 21st century. The covered topics include basic problems of quantum physics, with emphasis on the foundations of quantum theory, quantum computing and control, quantum optics, coherent states and Wigner functions, as well as on methods of quantum physics based on Lie groups and algebras, quantum groups and noncommutative geometry.

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by Andrzej Horzela, Edward Kapuscik

Pages: 127
Publisher: C. Roy Keys Inc. (Apeiron)
Year: 2002
ISBN: 0968368980
ISBN: 978-0968368985

Papers presented at a workshop on Extensions of Quantum Physics held in Krakow, Poland, October 12-15, 2000. The workshop was devoted to controversial new experimental results in quantum tunnelling and their theoretical interpretation, including such topics as superluminal signal velocities and the locality problem, localization of photons in tunneling, preferred reference systems in Maxwell electrodynamics, and tunnelling through many-barrier and many-layer systems.

Table of Contents

  • G. Nimtz, A. Haibel, A. A. Stahlhofen, and R.-M. Vetter. On Universal Properties of Tunneling
  • G. C. Hegerfeldt. Particle Localization and the Notion of Einstein Causality
  • A. S. Shumovsky. Locality of Quantum Electromagnetic Radiation
  • J. Leon. Time of Arrival in Classical and Quantum Mechanics
  • J. Rembielinski. Superluminal Phenomena and the Phenomenological Maxwell Equations
  • V. S. Barashenkov and M. Z. Yuriev. Sub- and Superluminal Velocities in Space with Vector Time
  • V. S. Olkhovsky, E. Recami, and G. Salesi. Superluminal Tunneling through Two Successive Barriers
  • A. M. Gabovich, V. M. Rozenbaum, and A. I. Voitenko. Tunneling in Two- and Three-layer Systems with Allowance for Dynamic Image Forces
  • B. Segev. Tunneling in the Wigner Representation
  • M. Heller. Geometric Structure of the Big Bang
  • L. Kostro. The Quantities c4/G and c5/G and the Basic Equations of Quantum Mechanics
  • P. Machnikowski, P. Magnuszewski, and A. Radosz. Stability of the Bell-shaped Excitations in Discrete Models of Molecular Chains