This is a field which deals with fundamental problems of physics, and is entangled with philosophical problems, although it is not completely philosophical. Fortunately, foundational problems of physics have recently attracted the attention of some of the first rate physicists of our time. In fact, it has been the research on some of the foundational problems that has led to the development of some new fields, such as quantum information and quantum computers.
A two-day conference on the recent progress in foundations of physics is planned by and held at School of Physics, Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences (IPM) Tehran. This is intended to provide advanced research information about the on-going activities in the hot topics and on-going activities in the contemporary and the foundations of physics.
The forth conference on Foundations of Physics is devoted to researchers and interested students to discuss and debate on fundamental issues in Quantum Physics and related areas.The conference will be held on 16 and 17 December, 2015.
M. Roshan and F. Shojai,
" Energy-momentum squared gravity"
Phys. Rev. D 94, 044002 (2016).
I. Bókkon, F. Scholkmann, V. Salari, N. Császár, G.Kapócs,
"The possible role of endogenous spontaneous ultra-weak photon emission in the formation of eye-specific retinogeniculate projections before birth"
Reviews in the Neurosciences (2016).
N. Császár, F. Scholkmann, V. Salari, I. Bokkon,
"Phosphene perception is due to ultra-weak photon emission produced in various parts of the visual system: glutamate in the focus"
Reviews in the Neurosciences (2016).
V. Salari, F. Scholkmann, I. Bokkon, F. Shahbazi, J. Tuszynski,
"The physical mechanism for retinal discrete dark noise: thermal activation or spontaneous ultraweak photon emission?"
Plos One (2016).
F. Taher Ghahramani and A. Tirandaz,
"Perturbative Treatment of Quantum to Classical Transition in Chiral Molecules: Dilute Phase vs. Condensed Phase."
J. Phys. B (2016).
H. R. Naeij and A. Shafiee,
"Double-Slit Interference Pattern for a Macroscopic Quantum System."
Found. Phys., 46, 1634-1648 (2016).
H. R. Naeij and A. Shafiee,
"Momentum Uncertainty Relation for an Open Macroscopic Quantum System"
J. Stat. Phys., 165, 1141-1152 (2016)
M. J. Kazemi, M. H. Barati and J. Khodagholizadeh,
"n the Lorentz invariance of the Square root Klein-Gordon Equation."
(Arxiv:1410.5041)
- Measurement problem in quantum mechanics
- Theoretical and experimental investigation of quantum non-locality
- Bell-type and Leggett-type entanglements
- New formalisms of quantum mechanics
- New applications of Bohmian mechanics
- New interpretations of quantum mechanics
- Many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics
- Quantum thermodynamics
- Macroscopic quantum systems
- Decoherence theory
- Principles of quantum chaos
- Fundamental problems in general and special relativity
- Fundamental problems of cosmology
- Principles of dark matter and dark energy
- Realism in the modern physics
- Concept of information and entropy
- Concept of order in modern physics
- Role of information in modern sciencev
- Concept of time in different contexts (thermodynamics, cosmology and ...)
- Quantum biology
- Evolution and natural selection in modern biology
- Consciousness in modern physics
The researchers interested to present their work for us in our monthly seminars, please contact Dr. Afshin Shafiee: afshin.shafiee at gmail.com
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Lecturer(s): Farhad Taher Ghahramani
From : IPM, School of Physics
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