Frontiers of Fundamental Physics: Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium "Frontiers of Fundamental and Computational Physics", Udine, Italy, 26-29 September 2004

الغلاف الأمامي
B. G. Sidharth, Furio Honsell, Alessandro De Angelis
Springer Science & Business Media, 18‏/09‏/2007 - 387 من الصفحات

The Sixth International Symposium "Frontiers of Fundamental and Computational Physics", Udine, Italy, 26-29 September 2004, aimed at providing a platform for a wide range of physicists to meet and share thoughts on the latest trends in various, mainly cross-disciplinary research areas. This includes the exploration of frontier lines in High Energy Physics, Theoretical Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology, Astrophysics, Condensed Matter Physics, Fluid Mechanics. Such frontier lines were unified by the use of computers as an, often primary, research instruments, or dealing with issues related to information theory.

The book contains contributions by Nobel Laureates Leon N. Cooper (1972) and Gerard ‘t Hooft (1999), and concludes with two interesting chapters on new approaches to Physics Teaching.



Audience
Graduate students, lecturers and researches in Physics

 

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COSMOLOGICAL THEORIES OF SPECIAL AND GENERAL RELATIVITY I
3
COSMOLOGICAL THEORIES OF SPECIAL AND GENERAL RELATIVITY II
12
THE UNIVERSE IS SPATIALLY FLAT WITHOUT DARK MATTER
21
BLACK HOLES AND THE INFORMATION PARADOX
29
A QUANTUM APPROACH TO COSMOLOGY
30
MY FOCUS ON THE QUANTUM SOURCE OF GRAVITY
37
VACUUM DECAY BY PBRANES PRODUCTION
45
SUPERSTRONG INTERACTING GRAVITONS AS A MAIN ENGINE OF THE UNIVERSE WITHOUT EXPANSION OR DARK ENERGY
50
CLUSTERS OF MATTER AND ANTIMATTER A MECHANISM FOR COLD COMPRESSION
210
UNDERSTANDING THE NUCLEON SPIN
221
THE MASS AND SPIN OF THE MESONS BARYONS AND LEPTONS
231
EQUALITY AND IDENTITY AND INDISTINGUISHABILITY IN CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM MECHANICS FROM THE POINT OF VIEW O...
239
NUMERICAL MODELLING OF QUANTUM STATISTICS IN HIGHENERGY PHYSICS
246
FRONTIERS OF HIGH ENERGY COSMIC RAYS
255
WILL ANTIHYDROGEN LIGHT SHINE?
263
PHYSICS POTENTIAL OF THE ATLAS EXPERIMENT
267

GENERALIZED COSMOLOGICAL CONSTRAINTS ON NEUTRINO OSCILLATIONS RELAXED OR STRENGTHENED
55
ATTRACTIONS OF AFFINE QUANTUM GRAVITY
61
GRAVITATIONAL TUNNELLING OF RELATIVISTIC SHELLS
68
THREEDIMENSIONAL RELATIVISTIC SIMULATIONS OF ROTATING NEUTRONSTAR COLLAPSE TO A KERR BLACK HOLE
75
GRAVITATIONAL WAVE SOURCES
83
MODEL ANALYSIS OF GRAVITATIONAL SHELL COLLAPSES
92
THE DEUTERON AND THE BIG BANG
103
ASTROPHYSICAL APPLICATIONS OF THE THEORY OF SCALE RELATIVITY
107
MAKING MAPS OF THE REESSCIAMA EFFECT
115
STATIONARY POINTS OF SCALAR FIELDS COUPLED TO GRAVITY
123
THE DENSITY MATRIX DEFORMATION IN QUANTUM AND STATISTICAL MECHANICS OF THE EARLY UNIVERSE
131
Foundations of Physics
135
DARK ENERGY CHAOTIC FIELDS AND FUNDAMENTAL CONSTANTS
137
HOW FUNDAMENTAL IS GRAVITATION?
147
SCALEDEPENDENT STOCHASTIC QUANTIZATION
155
PRINCIPIA GEOMETRICA PHYSICAE
162
DO REAL NUMBERS OBSCURE REAL PHYSICS?
175
CANTORIAN SPACE IN NATURE AND DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
183
MATHEMATICAL STRUCTURE OF INDIVIDUAL QUANTUM STATES
191
THE CLOCK PARADOX
195
Nuclear and HighEnergy Particle Physics and Astrophysics
209
A GLOBAL OPTIMIZATION ALGORITHM FOR FINITE DENSITY QUARK MATTER
273
MULTIPHOTON APPROACH ON PAIR PRODUCTION UNDER THE LIGHT OF RECENT EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL INVESTIGA...
278
THE HIGH TEMPERATURE STANDARD MODEL
285
THE MAGIC EXPERIMENT AND ITS FIRST RESULTS
290
NEURAL NETWORKS FOR GAMMAHADRON SEPARATION IN MAGIC
297
GAMMARAY ASTROPHYSICS WITH AGILE
303
SIMULATING THE HIGH ENERGY GAMMARAY SKY SEEN BY THE GLAST LARGE AREA TELESCOPE
309
DARK MATTER DETECTION IN GAMMA ASTROPARTICLE EXPERIMENTS
315
CONTRIBUTION OF PULSARS TO THE GAMMARAY BACKGROUND AND THEIR OBSERVATION WITH THE SPACE TELESCOPES GLAS...
321
DATA MINING IN GAMMA ASTROPHYSICS EXPERIMENTS
327
GRID SERVICES FOR THE MAGIC EXPERIMENT
333
Complex Systems
338
TOWARDS A PHYSICAL MODEL FOR MEMORY
339
PATTERNS AND DISSIPATIVE WAVES INCLUDING SOLITONS IN LATTICES AND AT INTERFACES
340
A COMPUTATIONAL APPROACH TO FOLDING AND AGGREGATION PHENOMENA
355
INTERFACE DEPINNING FROM WEDGES WITH A CENTRAL RIDGE
359
New Approaches to Physics Teaching
364
LEARNING PROBLEMS RELATED TO THE CONCEPT OF FIELD
365
MENTAL MODELS AND TEACHINGLEARNING SEQUENCES
381
INDEX OF AUTHORS
385
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B.G. Sidharth got his B.Sc. (Mathematics Honors), M.Sc. and PhD from Calcutta University. After working for several years in Quantum Scattering, Dr. Sidharth’s work entered on the fundamental problems facing Physics today. His 1997 papers, contrary to the ruling paradigm, predicted a dark energy driven accelerating Universe with a small cosmological constant. Remarkably, this was confirmed in 1998. His work deals with fuzzy spacetime and the unification of interactions and similar problems within this context. Besides a large number of research publications in international journals, Dr. Sidharth also authored and edited a number of books. In addition he has lectured widely in the United States, Canada, Europe and other places.

B.G. Sidharth is the founder-director of the B.M. Birla Science Centre, Hyderabad, India, and its constituent, the International Institute for Applicable Mathematics and Information Sciences, Hyderabad, and Udine, Italy. He was associated with the International Center for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy, for many years having been a Senior Associate. Dr. Sidharth is on the Editorial / Advisory boards of international journals, institutes and award committees. Last but not least he played host to many Nobel Laureates and other physicists of World importance.

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